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PRESENTING 

1922 Year Book of British Columbia 

A COMPILATION OF THE WONDERFUL RESOURCES 

OF THE PROVINCE. SUMMARIZED FROM OFFICIAL 

SOURCES. 

Gazetteer & Alphabetical Directory 

DESCRIBING 2334 CITIES, TOWNS. VILLAGES AND 
SETTLEMENTS. SHOWING BUSINESS FIRMS. CITI- 
ZENS. FARMERS. FRUIT-GROWERS. LUMBERMEN. 
FISHERMEN. MINERS. ETC.. INCLUDING A LIST OF 
TRADE-NAMED ARTICLES MANUFACTURED OR 
REPRESENTED IN BRITISH COLUMBIA. ALSO A DES- 
CRIPTION OF 5017 MOUNTAINS. LAKES, RIVERS. 
STREAMS. INLETS. ETC.. WITHIN THE PROVINCE. 

Classified Business Directory 

E>>1BRACING A STANDARD INDEX OF THE BUSINESS 
INTERESTS OF THE PROVINCE LISTED UNDER 
714 CLASSIFICATIONS. CONSTITUTING A COM- 
PLETE AND AUTHORITATIVE BUYERS INDEX USED 

BY DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS. 
CANADIAN TRADE COMMISSIONERS. PURCHASING 
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Index to Advertisers 



Abbotsford — Abbotsford Lbr Mining 
& Development Co Ltd 

" Weir's Garage 

Alberni — Alberni Garage 

Armstrong — Okanagan Garage .- . 

Chiilliwack — Central Taxi 

Cloverdale — Central Garage 

" Highway Garage 

Courtenay — ^Hardy Geo J 

Cranbrook — Courier (The) 

Esquimau — Yarrows Ltd 

Fernie — ^Fernie Tire Surgery 

" Kootenay Garage 

Kamloops — How John H 

" Johnstone D B Side Lines 

" Leland Hotel .... 

" Lund H ;; 

" Macintyre & Chalmers 

Classified "Barristers" 

" Wain C L 

Kelowna — Chapman D & Co Ltd 

" Jenkins Co Ltd 

" Okanagan Loan & Inv Co 

" Simpson S M 

Mission City Catherwood J A 

Nanaimo — City Taxi Co .... 

" Gray W W 

" Herald Ptg & Pub Co 

" Nanaimo Free Press 

" Planta A E Ltd 

" Windsor Hotel 

Nelson — -Canada Drug Co 

" Choquette Bros 

" Howe Electric Co 

" Hume Hotel 

" Nelson Auto Co 

" Nelson Brewing Co Ltd 

" Nelson Hardware Co 

" Nelson Iron Works Ltd 

" Nelson Transfer Co 

" Waters T H & Co 

" West Kootenay Equipment & Con- 
struction Co 

" West Transfer Co 

" Wood Vallance Hardware Co 

New Westminster — Belyea & Co Ltd 

" Columbian Co Ltd 

" Columbian College 

" Mayers Jos 

" Reliable Auto Painters 

" Russell Hotel 

" Trapp T J & Co Ltd 

" Westminster Iron Works Ltd 

" Westminster Marine Ry Co 

North Vancouver— Smith Alex & Co.. 
Penticton — Boothe T H ....Side Lines 
Port Alberni — Evans Wm ..., 

" Pt Alberni Boat & Launch Works 

" Port Alberni Garage 

" Somass Hotel 

Prince George — Alexandra Hotel 

" Andersen A P 

" Anderson Karl 

" Booth A H - 

" City Ctg & Transfer Co 

" Corless Ltd 

" Fenwick Geo W 

" Hughes & Drake 

" Mclnnis & Wilson 

" Peck & Gillis Co Ltd 

" Perry Harry G & Co 

" Prince George Drug Co 

" Prince George Real Est Co 

Prince Rupert— Albert & McCaCfery 
Ltd 

" Atlas Boiler Works 

" Central Hotel 

" Dybhavn & Hanson 

" Prince Rupert Boat House 

" Prince Rupert Dry Dock Shipyard 

" Prince Rupert Warehousing Co .... 

" Sinclair Fisheries Ltd 

" Ward Electric & Marine Sup Co 
Salmon Arm — Minday Engrg Co 

" Pangman L B 



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Salmon Arm — Salmon Arm Observer 

Sidney — Sidney Mills Ltd 

Smithers — City Transfer 

" Henry Wm S 

" Hotel Bulkley 

Terrace — Bleecker Dr H G 

" Gilbert C R 

" Kenney Bros & Co 

" Little George 

" Terrace Motors 

Trail— Crown Point Hotel 

Vancouver — Advertising Novelty 

Manufacturing Co ....Side Lines 

" Alberta Lumber Co Ltd 

'* Angel Engraving Co ....Side Lines 
" Art Engraving & Colortype Co 

Side Lines 

" Balfour Guthrie & Co 

" Barnhart Bros & Spindler 

" Barr & Anderson Ltd 

" Barrett Co Ltd Side Lines 

" Battery House Ltd Side Lines 

" Biggs Anderson Odium Ltd 

Side Lines 

" Blackburn J & Son Side Lines 

" Boyd J W Side Lines 

" B C Barber Supply & Sundries 

Ltd Side Lines 

" B C Carbon & Ribbon Co 

" B C Commercial SchL.Side Lines 

" B C Electric Ry Co 

" B C Monumental Wks Ltd 

Side Lines 

" B C Nurseries Co Side Lines 

" B C Optical House 

" B C Permanent Loan Co 

" British Industries Ltd 

Back Cover 

" Brown Bros & Co Ltd 

Back Cover and Side Lines 

" Brown Eraser & Co Ltd 

" Cammell Laird & Co Ltd 

" Campbell Storage Co Ltd 

" Canada Daily News Ltd 

" Canada Metal Co Ltd 

" Canadian Allis Chalmers Ltd 

" Canadian Financiers Trust Co 

" Canadian Gen Electric Co 

" Canadian Ice Machine Co 

" Canadian Northwest Steel Co Ltd 
" Canadian Wood & Coal Co 

,....Side Lines 

" Cassidy's Ltd Side Lines 

" Cawston Machinery Co Ltd 

Front Cover and 

" Central Sheet Metal Works 

" Ceperley Rounsefell & Co 

Front Cover and 

" Chrvstal E & Co Ltd. ...Side Lines 
" Clarke & Stuart Backbone 

and Page Inside Back Cover 
" Cleland-Bell Eng Co....Side Lines 

" Cline Walter 

" Columbia Paper Co Ltd 

" Columbia Ptg Ink & Roller Co 

" Conley Mail Order House 

Side Lines 

" Continental Daily News 

" Cornish & Cooper 

" Crane Ltd 

" Crehan Mouat & Co 

" Crosby Printing Co Side Lines 

" Cylinder Grinders Ltd 

" Dawson Art Stone Works 

" Deelev Fred 

" DeLaval Co Ltd 

" DeLong A Z 

" Dickson's Importing Tea & Coffee 

Ltd Side Lines 

" Dominion Drag Saw Co Ltd 

" Dominion Pistons Ltd 

" Dominion Rubber System Ltd 

" Dun R G & Co Back Fly Leaf 

" Eastman Advertising Co 

" False Creek Lumber Co 



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780 
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888 



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764 
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Vancouver — Foreign Finance Co 

Side Lines 
" General Administration Society.... 835 

" General Battery Service 

Bottom Stencil 

" Gibson's Ltd 792 

" Goertz Frederick 876 

" Good Eats Cafe 836 

" Graham Electric Co 876 

" Grosvenor Hotel 838 

" Gunn J G 876 

" Gutta Percha & Rubber Ltd 838 

" Hall Machine Works 881 

" Hanbnry J & Co Ltd ....Side Lines 
" Haney Charles X 

Classified "Barristers" 

" Harrison F E 794 

" Hayward & Scott 878 

" Hazeldine Printing Co..Side Lines 

" Heather G G & Co Side Lines 

" Herondale Farm Ltd. ...Side Lines 

" Hevwood & Co Ltd 878 

" Hodgson Plbg & Htg Co 878 

" Holt B & Co Ltd Side Lines 

" Instruments Ltd 87S 

" Johnson B L & Co Side Lines 

" Johnston Joshua 880 

" Jones C H & Son Ltd 796 

" Jones Geo 880 

" Letson & Burpee 798 

" Letts P F Side Lines 

" Linde Can Refrigeration Co 880 

" Lindsav Pleasure Boats Ltd 840 

" Lipt-ett Edward 880 

" London & B N A Co Ltd 840 

" McClarv Manufacturing Co 882 

" McFarland Jos W Co 882 

" McLennan McFeely & Co Ltd 800 

" Macaulay & XicoUs 842 

" Mack Battery Service Co 842 

" Manufacturers Assn of B C 802 

" Massey-Harris Co Ltd 844 

" Modern Office Supply Co 

Side Lines 

" Monarch Life Assce Co 

Outside Cover 

" Montreal Trust Co 846 

" Moodv T Glendon Side Lines 

" Morgan & Co 846 

" Motion Skreenadz Ltd 

Front Cover and 766 

" Murphy & Chapman 

Inside Front Cover 

" Mutual Life of Canada 

Side Lines 

" National Ctg & Whsing Co ,— 843 

" National Drug & Chemical Co ...... 848 

" National Industrial Corp 882 

" National Machinery Co 850 

" National Steel Car Corp Ltd 

Top Stencil 

" North American Life Assce Co 

Side Lines 

" Northern Electric Co 850 

" Northwestern Mutual Fire 

Side Lines 

" Nugent H M & Co 882 

" Office Specialty Mfg Co 3 

" Pacific Coast Dev Co Ltd 

Side Lines 

" Pacific Coast Lumberman 1157 

" Paris P Shoe Mfg Co.. Side Lines 
" Parsons & Reynolds —Side Lines 

" Pemberton & Son 852 

" Potts Edward E 804 

" Progress Publishing Co Ltd 852 

" Purdy R C Ltd Side Lines 

" Rainsford & Co Ltd 854 

" Reliance Motor & Mach \Vorks .... 806 

" Robertson-Godson Co Ltd 854 

" Robertson H Roy 884 

" Robertson & Pennock Ltd 

Front Stencil 

" Rogers A H 88 « 

" Rogers C H 

Back Cover and Side Lines 

" Royal Bank of Canada 

Back Cover and 808 



Vancouver — Ryan E J Contracting Co 

" Scale Shop Ltd Side Lines 

" Seaport Agencies Ltd 

Front Cover 

" Securities Corp of BC 

" Shaw Hedley Milling Co 

" Sims Martin Co 

" Slade A P & Co 

" Small & Boyes 

" Smith, Davidson & Wright Ltd „ 

" Spray L R 

" Steffens-Colmer Studio 

Side Lines 

'• Stephenson (Jack) Ltd 

" Stevenson & Hoyland 

" Success Business College 

Side Lines 

" Sun Publishing Co Side Lines 

" Switzer Bros Ltd Side Lines 

" Tait J S & Co Ltd 

" Thomson, Ross & Co 

" Thorpe & Co Ltd Side Lines 

" Timewell D C Side Lines 

" Toronto G^n Trusts Corp 

" Union Ins Society of Canton Ltd 

Classified Insert 

" Vancouver Credit Service 

Side Lines 

" Vancouver Daily Province 

" Vancouver Engineering Works .... 
" Vancr Ins & Vessel Agency Ltd 

" Vancouver Lumber Co Ltd 

" Vancr Mach Depot Ltd 

" Vancr Stove & Heater Co 

" Vulcan Iron Works Ltd 

" Wadds Geo T 

" West Coast Lbr Co Ltd 

" W^estern Oil & Supply Co 

*' "Westminster Brewery Ltd 

" Willcox Peck & Hughes 

" Williams A R Machinery Co Ltd 

" Wilson J C Ltd 

" Winch R V & Co Ltd 

Backbone and 

" Woodwards Ltd Side Lines 

" World Ltd 

" Wrigley Printing Co Ltd 

Classified Insert 

" Yorkshire & Canadian Trust 

Vanderhoof — Heymann Albert 

" Ogston George 

" Paterson Clothing House 

" Richards & Miller 

" Smithers T P 

" Taylor Bros 



Vernon — Dodd A S & Co 
" Kalamalka Hotel 



Victoria — Brett & Ker Ltd 

" Bridgman Jos C 

" B C Land & Inv Agency Ltd 

" Cameron Lumber Co Ltd 

" Canadian Puget Sound Lumber & 

Tin)ber Co Ltd. .Front Cover and 

" Collegiate School 

" Colonist Ptg & Pub Co Ltd 

" Glenshiel Inn 

" Hibben T N & Son Side Lines 

" Jeeves & Lamb Transfer Co 

" Layritz Nurseries Ltd 

Back Cover and Side Lines 

" Lemon Gonnason Co Ltd 

" McCall Bros 

" Marine Iron W'orks Ltd 

" Melrose Co Ltd 

" Retail Merchants Assn 

Side Lines 

" Rithet Consolidated Ltd 

" Shawnigan Lake Lbr Co Ltd 

" Strathcona Hotel 

" Times Printing & Pub Co Ltd .... 
" Victoria Book & Stationery Co .... 

- Side Lines 

" Weiler Auto Supply House 

" Weiler Bros Ltd 

" Ye Olde Cabinet Shoppe 

Edmonton, Alta. — Advertising Novel- 
ty Co Ltd Side Lines 



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BRITISH COLUMBIA 

(Entered Confederation 20th July, 1871) 

Lieutenant-Governor _ _ His Honor Walter Cameron Nichol 

Private Secretary H. J. S. Muskett 

Ezucxmvi: cotthcii. 

Premier. President of the Executive Council and Minister of Railways 

The Honorable John Oliver 

I*rovincial Secretary and Minister of Education Horn John Duncan MacLean, M.D., C.M. 

Attorney-General and Minister of Labor The Hon. Alexander Malcolm Manson. K.C. 

Minister of Lands The Honorable Thomas Dufferin PattuUo 

Minister of Finance and Minister of Industries The Honorable John Hart 

Minister of Agriculture _ The Honorable Edward Dodsley Barrow- 
Minister of Mines and Commissioner of Fisheries The Honorable William Sloan 

Minister of Public Works The Honorable William Henry Sutherland. M.D., C.M. 



i.egisiiAti'Vt: asszzkbIiT 

(Elected Decen^ber 1st. 1920. Term Expires 1925) 



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Anderson. Frederick William Kamloops 

Barrow, Hon. Edward Dodsley Chilliwack 

Bowser, William John „ Vancouver City .. 

Buckham. John Andrew Columbia _ 



Burde. Richard John 

Catherwood, John Alexander 
Clearihue, Joseph Badenoch 
Duncan, Kenneth Forrest .... 

Eslingr. William Kemble 

Farris, John Wallace De Beque .... 

Guthrie, Samuel _ 

Hanes, George Samuel 

Hart, Hon. John 

Henniger. Ezra Churchill 

Hinchliffe. Joshua 

Hunter, William 

Jackson. Malcolm Bruce 

Jones, James William 

Kergin, Herbert Frederick 

VACANT 

Lister, Fred 

Manson, Hon. Alexander Malcolm.. 

Menzies, Thomas 

VAC.\XT „ 

McDonald, Archibald 

MacDonald. Kenneth Cattanach .. 

Mackenzie. Ian Alistair 

McKenzie. William Alexander 

MacLean. Hon. John Duncan 

McRae. John 

Xeelands, Robert Henry 

Oliver, Hon. John 

Paterson, Alexander McDonald .. 
Pattullo, Hon. Thomas Dufferin .. 

Pearson. Thomas 

Perry, Harry George 

Pauline, Frederick Arthur ,„ 

Pooley. Robert Henry 

Ramsay. James " 

Campbell Kenneth 

Schofleld. James Hargrave _ 

Sloan. Hon. William 

Smith. Mrs. Mary Ellen 

Sutherland. Hon. William Henry. 

Uphill. Thomas _ 

Whiteside. David „ 

Yorston. John Mackay 



Constitaenc7 
Represented 



.A.lberni 

Dewdney 

Victoria City ... 

Cowichan 

Rossland 

Vancouver City 

N'ewcastle 

Xorth Vancouver 

Victoria City 

Grand Forks 

Victoria City 

Slocan 

The Islands 

South Okanagan. 

Atlin 

Cranbrook 

Kaslo 

Omineca 

Comox _ 

Vancouver City . 

Lillooet 

Xorth Okanagan. 
Vancouver City . 

Similkameen 

Jreenwood 

Yale 

South Vancouver 

Victoria Citv 

Delta 

rince Rupert .... 

Richmond 

Fort George 

Saanich 

.... Esquimau 

Vancouver City .. 

Xelson City 

Trail 

Xanaimo 

Vancouver City .. 

Revelstoke 

Fernie _ 

X. Westminster.. 
Cariboo 



Fort Office 

Address 



X. Westminster- 
Victoria 

Victoria 

Jolden __. 

Port Alberni 

Mission City 

Victoria 

Duncan 

Rossland 

Victoria 

R.D. 1, Ladysmith 
X'orth Vancouver 

Victoria 

Grand Forks . 

Victoria 

Silverton 

Victoria 

Kelowna 

Alice Arm 



Victoria 
Address 



Prince Rupert 
Camp Lister . 

Sandwick 

Vancouver 

Clinton 

Vernon 

Vancouver 

Penticton 

Victoria 

Agassiz 

South Vancouver 

Victoria 

Ladner 

Victoria 

Point Grey 

Prince George . 

Victoria 

Victoria 

Vancouver 

Xelson 

Trail 

Victoria 

Vancouver 

Revelstoke 

Fernie 

X. Westminster 
Alexandria 



Dominion Hotel 
1144 Dallas Road 
Terrace Ave. 
Dominion Hotel 
Empress Hotel 
Empress Hotel 
1188 Hampshire Rd. 
1166 View Street 
Empress Hotel 
515 Foul Bay Road 
Dominion Hotel 
Metropolis Hotel 
1140 Hilda Street 
Dominion Hotel 
35 Lewis Street 
Strathcona Hotel 
1648 Rockland Ave. 
1227 Oscar Street 
Empress Hotel 



Empress Hotel 

Union Club 

1140 Burdette Ave. 

Dominion Hotel 
Union Club 
Empress Hotel 
321 Michigan St. 
2275 Oak Bay Ave. 
Empress Hotel 
2070 Oak Bay Ave. 
1837 Fern Street 



1710 Fort Street 
Empress Hotel 
Empress Hotel 
940 Foul Bay Road 
1136 Esquimau Rd. 
Strathcona Hotel 



Empress Hotel 
1076 Joan Crescent 
Empress Hotel 
Union Club 
Dominion Hotel 
Union Club 
Dominion Hotel 



10 



PREMIER'S OFFICE— DEPT. PROVINCIAL SECRETARY 



Premier's Office 



PREMIER'S OFFICE 
Premier, President of the Executive Coun- 
cil, Minister of Railways and of Industries. 

Premier Tiie Hon. John Oliver 

Private Secretary James Morton 

DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS 

Premier The Hon. John Oliver 

PACIFIC GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY 

Presiding Director Hon. John Oliver 

Directors: Hon. Alexander M. Manson, At- 
torney-General; Hon. John Hart, Minister 
of Finance. 



General Manager (Vancouver) 

A. B. Buckworth 

Chief Engineer _ A. F. Proctor 

Asst. Engineer R. W. Mclntyre 

Inspector of Equipment Wm. Rae 

Inspectors A. McFee and J. H. Short 

The Pacific Great Eastern Railway will 
be constructed and in operation to Prince 
George, forming connection with the Grand 
Trunk Pacific Railway, in the near future. 

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIES 
Minister of Industries .... Hon. John Oliver 
Commissioner Major D. B. Martyn 



Department of the Provincial Secretary 



Provincial Secretary 

Hon. J. D. MacLean, M.D., CM. 

Deputy Provincial Secretary .... J. L. White 

Sec. Prov. Board of Health 

H. E. Young, M.D., L.L.D. 

Civil Service Commr W. H. Maclnnes 

King's Printer W. H. Cullin 

Librarian and Archivist J. Forsyth 

Supt. of Public Libraries H. Killam 

Director of Prov. Museum F. Kermode 

Sec. B. C. Returned Soldier Commission 

R. D. Smith 

Supt. of Mental Hospital, New West- 
minster H. C Steeves, M.D. 

Bursar Mental Hospital, Essondale 

G. S. Macgowan 

Supt. of Provincial Home, Kamloops 

H. McLean 

Supt. Boys' Industrial School (Essen- 
dale) and Supt. of Neglected Children 
(Vancouver) D. B. Brankin 

The Honorable the Minister of Educa- 
tion and Provincial Secretary is in charge 
of the administration of the Education Of- 
fice, Provincial Museum, Printing Office, 
Provincial Board of Health, all Mental 
Hospitals, Provincial Home, the Legisla- 
tive Library, and the Civil Service Com- 
mission. 

The Provincial Secretary's Office is the 
official medium of communication between 
His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor and 
the Executive Council, and has charge of 
all Orders-in-Council as well as being the 
custodian of the Great Seal. The office 
also deals with the administration of the 
Provincial Elections Act, the Hospital Act, 
and the Civil Service Act. It has also 
charge of all matters respecting destitute 
poor and sick in unorganized districts 
throughout the province, the appointment 
and administration of the Hospital Act, 
including grants to hospitals, refuge homes 
and charitable institutions, the University 
of British Columbia, royal commissions, 
the appointment of notaries public and 
commissioners under the Evidence Act, and 
other matters of a similar nature. 

Department Board of Health 

The Provincial Board of Health consists 
of the Lieutenant-Governor-in-Council, the 
Honorable the Provincial Secretary being 
Chairman. The departmental head is 



known as the Secretary of the Provincial 
Board of Health. 

The Provincial Board of Health deals 
with all matters pertaining to the health 
of the community. The province is divided 
into districts over which a local medical 
officer known as the Medical Officer of 
Health pt the district, presides and who 
reports directly to the Provincial Board of 
Health on all matters of contagious dis- 
eases, sanitation and the general health 
of the public. 

There is a Department of Sanitation, 
consisting of Chief Sanitary Inspector and 
all of the constables of the Provincial 
Police, who are responsible for the sanitary 
conditions in their districts, particularly 
in the public works of construction, rail- 
road construction work and lumber camps. 

The Medical Inspection of Schools is an- 
other branch of the department and all 
school chidren of the province are ex- 
amined medically once a year. 

The Vital Statistics Branch of the Pro- 
vincial Board of Health keeps records of 
all the births, marriages and deaths in 
the province. The province is divided into 
registration divisions and government of- 
ficials act as Deputy Registrars, reporting 
to the head office, and in the head office 
the original certificates of all births, deaths 
and marriages are kept. 

In this department it is absolutely essen- 
tial that we should have, as near as pos- 
sible, the correct knowledge of the popu- 
lation of the province in order that our 
percentages of births, deaths and mar- 
riages 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 enrolment of school children in 
the province. We are able to arrive at 
the number of school children exactly, as 
we have monthly reports from every school 
in the province, and it has been found 
by comparison with other authorities, who 
are endeavoring to find the population but 
by employing other methods, that there is 



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a wonderful agreement as to the results 
obtained by each. 

The plan adopted in regard to basing 
the population on the number of school 
children varies in the different localities, 
and we follow the rule of making allow- 
ances for points where there is a large 
transient population. Where we have such 
a population we multiply the number of 
school children in the district by 6^, 
whereas, in an agricultural district, where 
residence is fixed, we multiply by 5^. For 
example, in Vancouver City we have 18,803 
multiplied by 6^^, making 122,203, as com- 
pared with the Dominion census figure of 
116,700. 

Registration of births, deaths or mar- 
riages may be made at any Government 
office in the province. 

Provincial Iiibrary and Arcliives 

The Provincial Library occupies a new 



wing of the parliament buildings, and i.s 
one of the finest libraries in the Dominion. 
It is fireproof throughout, and equipped 
with all modern library appliances. The 
collection contains upwards of 100,000 
volumes, in every department of know- 
ledge. 

Public Iiibrary Commission 

Supervises the library activities in the 
province, it provides rural districts with 
small collections of books, and also sends 
books for reference purposes to individuals 
by mail, upon application to the Supt. of 
Travelling Libraries, Parliament Buildings, 
Victoria. 

Public Libraries are established in the 
cities of Vancouver, Victoria, New West- 
minster, Xanaimo and Nelson, and Library 
Associations at Duncan, Revelstoke, En- 
derby, Penticton, Princeton, Fernie and 
Prince Rupert. 



Department of Education 



Minister of Education 

Hon. J. D. MacLean, M.D., CM. 

Supt. of Education S. J. Willis 

Asst. Supt. of Education J. D Gillis 

Director of Agricultural Education 

J. W. Gibson 

Industrial and Technical Education 

John Kyle 

Free Text Book Branch J. A. Anderson 

Correspondence Courses J. Hargreaves 

Principal Victoria Normal School 

D. L. McLaurin 

Vancouver Normal School. ...D. M. Robinson 
Inspectors of High Schools: 

Albert Sullivan Victoria 

J. B. DeLong Vancouver 

Inspectors of Public Schools: 

A. E. Miller Revelstoke 

J. T. Pollock Vancouver 

W. H. M. May Victoria 

H. H. MacKenzie Vancouver 

L. J. Bruce Vancouver 

G. H. Gower Prince George 

J. Martin Vancouver 

A. Anstey New ^Vestminster 

A. R. Lord Kelowna 

F. G. Calvert Vancouver 

A. F. Matthews Kamloops 

J. M. Patterson Nanaimo 

A. S. tewart Victoria 

B. G. Daniels Nelson 

H. G. Fraser Prince Rupert 

V. Z. Manning Cranbrook 

British Columbia enjoys the advantages 

of a free non-sectarian system of public 
and high schools. This system, established 
in 1872, has been modified from time to 
time. Thus, for example, when the system 
was first established the full cost of 
erecting school houses, paying the salaries 
of the teachers and meeting the incidental 
expenses of the various districts was met 
by the Provincial Government out of the 
consolidated revenue fund of the province. 
At present only newly established schools, 
termed Assisted Schools, and schools in the 
Esquimau & Nanaimo Railway Belt are 
supported entirely, insofar as teachers' 
salaries are concerned, by the Provincial 



Government. All other schools receive 
grants from the provincial treasury, but 
depend for their main support upon taxes 
levied in the municipalities or in the rural 
school districts, as the case may be. 

The total enrollment at all the public 
and high schools for the year ending June 
30, 1921, was 85,950. The percentage of 
regular attendance was 79.69. The total 
number of teachers employed was 2,734. 
Of this number 251 were employed in the 
high schools, 1,077 in the city graded 
schools, 644 in the rural municipality 
schools, and 762 in the rural and assisted 
schools. There were 52 high schools main- 
tained during the year, these being estab- 
lished in the more settled districts through- 
out the province, or wherever there are 
available twenty children who have suc- 
ceeded in passing the high school entrance 
examination. 

The total cost of education for the year 
was $7,170,029.50, of which amount the 
cities, municipalities, rural and assisted 
districts contributed $4,238,457.25, while 
the grant from the provincial treasury 
amounted to $2,931,572.25. 

Elementary Agricnltnral Education 

The Agricultural Education Branch of 
the Department of Education was insti- 
tuted for the purpose of developing in and 
through the public and high schools of 
the Province a greater interest in the cul- 
tivation of the soil and in the production 
of plants and animals. This is done by 
linking up with the usual nature study 
courses the operative side of instruction 
as carried on in school and home gardens 
and other home studies in agriculture. This 
instruction is given directly by the teacher 
with or without assistance. Summer cour- 



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ses in rural science are held for five weeks 
annually to afford opportunities to teacher 
to get special training for this work. The 
District Supervisors of Agricultural In- 
struction assist public school teachers in 
their respective districts. Their duties 
consist in: 

(1). To give a course in Agriculture, 
extending over two years, to students in 
attendance in high school. 

(2). To assist the public school teach- 
ers of adjoining rural districts in carrying 
out a course of instruction in Elementary 
Agriculture and school or home gardening. 

(3). To conduct extension or continua- 
tion classes in Agriculture at suitable 
points in each district during the winter 
months, open to boys and young men and 
women not in regular attendance at high 
schools. 

(4). To incidentally advise with farm- 
ers throughout the district regarding such 
practical agricultural problems as they are 
immediately concerned with. 

The planning and improvement of school 
grounds also comes under this branch. 
School Boards are assisted in affecting 
such improvements as are agreed on and 
are supplied with trees and shrubs for 
planting the grounds. These are secured 
from the schools department. Provincial 
Nursery, Essondale. 
Manual Training' and Domestic Science 

79 Manual training centres. 

62 Instructors of manual training. 
8,349 Pupils from elementary schools re- 
ceiving instruction. 
1,436 Pupils from high schools receiving 
instruction. 

51 Domestic Science centres. 



46 Instructors of domestic science. 

6,362 Pupils from elementary schools re- 
ceiving instruction. 

1,326 Pupils from high schools receivingf 
instruction. 

irigrht Schools 

Night schools are held in 21 cities and 
municipalities: Anyox, Bevan, Chilliwack, 
Coal Creek, Colwood, Chemainus, Duncan. 
Happy Valley, Merritt, Michel, Metchosin. 
Mission, Nanalmo, North Vancouver, New 
Westminster, Revelstoke, Saanlch, South 
Vancouver, Thrums, Vancouver and Vic- 
toria; with an attendance of 3,201 stud- 
ents. 

Correspondence Courses 

Correspondence courses in coal mining 
and mine surveying, with an enrollment 
of 135 students. 

Correspondence courses in school sub- 
jects for the children living in isolated dis- 
tricts with an enrollment of 300* pupils. 
Technical Courses 

Technical courses for boys are to be 
found in the following places: 

Vancouver, 287 in attendance; Victoria, 
88 in attendance; New Westminster, 68 in 
attendance. 

Home courses for girls Ihave an attend- 
ance as follows: 

Vancouver, 66 students; New Westmins- 
ter, 16 students. 

Commercial courses are provided in the 
following high schools: 

Victoria, 168 students; Vancouver, 386; 
New Westminster, 113; Point Grey, 28;. 
South Vancouver, 68; North Vancouver, 48, 
Nelson, 33; Revelstoke, 27; Kamloops, 26: 
Ladysmith. 19. 



Department of the Attorney-General • 



Officers attached to the general office: 
Attorney-General 

Hon. Alexander M. Manson 

Legislative Counsel A. V. Pineo 

Dep. Attorney-General....W. D. Canter, K.C. 

Inspector of Legal Offices H. J. Crane 

Departmental Solicitor J. W. Dixie 

Registrar of Joint Stock Companies 

H. G. Garrett 

Superintendent of Provincial Police and 

Game Warden W. G. McMynn 

Inspector of Municipalities .... Robt. Baird 

Supt. of Insurance J. P. Dougherty 

Fire Marshall (Vancouver) J. A. Thomas 

Censor of Moving Pictures (Vancouver) 

W. Hepburn 

Official Guardian (Van.)....H. O. Alexandc 
INSPECTOR OF LEGAL OFFICES 

This office exercises a general super- 
vision over all Land Registry Offices, Court 
Registry Offices and Sheriffs' Offices in the 
Province. 

Inspector H. J. Crane 

REGISTRAR GENERAL AND DISTRICT 

REGISTRARS OF TITLE OF LAND 

REGISTRY OFFICES 

Address documents affecting land to the 
District Registrar of Title at the following 
places: 



Victoria. ...F. J. Stacpoole, Registrar-General 

Vancouver Arthur G. Smitli 

New Westminster T. O. Townley 

Kamloops L. Menendez 

Nelson E. S. Stokes 

Prince Rupert H. F. McLeod 

The Land Registration Districts in the 
Province are described: Kamloops, Nelson, 
New Westminster, Prince Rupert and Vic- 
toria, the boundaries of which are defined 
by the Third Schedule of the Land Regis- 
try Act, 1921, being cap. 26, Statutes B.C., 
1921. 

LAW COURTS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 
COURT OF APPEAL 
Mon. J. A. Macdonald, Chief Justice of 
the Court of Appeal: Hon. Archer Martin, 
Hon. W. A. Gallliher, Hon. A. E. McPhil- 
lips. Hon. D. M. Eberts; J. F. Mather, Reg- 
istrar; Charles Macdonald, Sheriff. 

SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH 

COLUMBIA 

Chief Justice Hon. Gordon Hunter 

PUISNE JUDGES 
Hon. Aulay Morrison, Hon. W. H. P. 
Clement, Hon. F. B. Gregory, Hon. D. Mur- 
phy, Hon. W. A. Macdonald. 



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JUDGES OP' THE COUNTY COURTS 
Atlin — F McB. Young, Prince Rupert. 
Cariboo — F. Calder, Ashcroft; H. E. A. 

Robertson, Prince George. 
West Kootenay — J. A. Forin, Nelson. 
East Kootenay — G. H. Thompson, Cran- 

brook. 
Nanaimo — C. H. Barker & Macintosh, Na- 

naimo. 
Victoria — P. S. Lampman, Victoria. 
Westminster — F. W. Howay, New West- 
minster. 
Tale — J. R. Brown, Grand Forks; J. D. 

Swanson, Kamloops. 
Vancouver — H. S. Cayley, D. Grant, H. D. 

Ruggles. 

ADMIRALTY COURT 
Hon. A. Martin 

Registrar B. H. T. Drake, Victoria 

Dep. Dist. Reg J. F. Mather, Vancouver 

STIPENDIARY MAGISTRATE AND 

OFFICIAL GUARDIAN 

H. O. Alexander, Vancouver 

DISTRICT REGISTRARS OF THE SUP- 
REME AND REGISTRARS OE 
THE COUNTY COURTS 

Address chattel mortgages and other 
transfers of personal property and P. O. 
orders for fees to the Registrar of the 
County Court at the following places. Con- 
dition sales must be registered at the 
nearest office of Registry of the County 
Court situate in the city where the chat- ' 
tels are delivered. 

(Note: Those Registries having (c) ap- 
pended are County Court Registries only; 
all others are both Supreme and County 
Court Registries.) 

Alberni (c) Alfred Wood Lee, Alberni 

Ashcroft F. H. C. Wilson, Ashcroft 

Atlin H. P. Paxton, Atlin 

Barkerville (c) L. A. Dodd, Barkerville 

Chilliwack" Justinian Pelly, Chilliwack 

Clinton George Milburn, Clinton 

Cranbrook A. F. Crowe, Cranbrook 

Cumberland (c) .... John Baird, Cumberland 

Cariboo (c) L. A. Dodd, Barkerville 

Duncan (c) J. Maitland Dougall, Duncan 

Fernie R. J. Stenson, Fernie 

Fort George .... T. W. Heme, S. Ft. George 

Golden G. E. Sanborne, Golden 

Grand Forks S. R. Almond, Gd. Forks 

Greenwood .... W. R. Dewdney, Greenwood 

Kamloops E. Fisher, Kamloops 

Kaslo Alfred McQueen, Kaslo 

Ladysmith (c) J. Stewart, Ladysmith 

LiUooet (c) Caspar Phair, Lillooet 

Merritt (c) .... Wm. H. Boothroyd, Merritt 

Midway (c) W. R. Dewdney, Greenwood 

Nanaimo Alex. Forrester, Nanaimo 

Nelson T. M. Bowman, Nelson 

New Denver (c)....A. Mclnnes, New Denver 
N. Westminster ..H. L. W. Tupper, New W. 
150-M. House (c) R. M. McGusty, 150-m. H. 
Peace River Dist. (c) N. H. Wesley. P. Geo 

Pentictoh Vacant 

Quesnel (c) E. C. Lunn, Quesnel 

Revelstoke Arthur Johnson, Revelstoke 

Rossland H. R. Townsend, Rossland 

Smithers J. E. Kirby, Smithers 

Trout Lake (c) ....Oscar Jacobson, Trout L. 

Vancouver J. F. Mather, Vancouver 

Victoria B. H. T. Drake, Victoria 

Vernon Leonard Norris, Vernon 

Wilmer (c) A. M. Sandilands, Wilmer 

Yale (c) , H. Beech, Yale 

OFFICIAL ADMINISTRATORS 
Leask, J., Cranbrook, Cranbrook Elec. Dist. 

Brown, James R., Fairview 

„ Similkameen Electoral Dist. 

Sanborn, J. E., Golden. Columbia Elec. Dist. 
Tuck, D. C, Vernon. Okanagan Elec. Dist. 



Cornwall. F. T., Kamloops 

Kamloops Elec. Dist. 

Cox, R. L.. Victoria County Court Dist. 

Doyle, J. H.. Nelson, Nelson & Trail Elec. D. 
Ellis. Robt. B., Vancouver, County of Vanc'r 
Eraser, Jas. A., Atlin, Atlin Lake Min. Div. 
Grimmett, M. L., Merritt. ..Yale Elec. Dist. 
Hoskins, S. H., Smithers..Omineca Mining D. 
Hewat, R.. Kaslo. Kaslo & Slocan Elec. D. 
Earle. R. R.. K.C., Ashcroft. Lillooet El. D. 
Noble. A.. Revelstoke. .Revelstoke Elec. Dis. 
Kelly. W. C. W.. Summerland 

South Okanagan Electoral Dist. 

King. Chas.. Greenwood. Greenwood EI. D. 
Lunn, E. C. Quesnel. ...Cariboo Elec. Dist. 
Major. H. C. New Westminster 

New Westminster County Court Dist. 

McCallum. Neill. Grand Forks,..G. F. El. D. 
McMullin. John H., Prince Rupert, 

Skeena River & Queen Charlotte Min. Div. 
Stenson, R. J., Fernie ...Fernie Elec Dist. 
Smith, S. McB., Nanaimo 

County of Nanaimo, except Comox El. D. 
Townsend. Herbert R., Rossland 

Rossland Electoral District 

Willard, yy. W.. Cumberland. Comox El. D. 

LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD 
Chairman J^. M. Johnson 

Commissioners — 

Col. Wm. N. Winsby and J. H. Falconer, 
R. E. Hose, Secretary, Belmont House, 
Victoria. 

Branches — Abbotsford, Port Alberni. Ash- 
croft. Atlin, Anyox. Chilliwack. Court- 
enay. Cranbrook, Cumberland, Coquitlam, 
Duncan, Fernie, Grand Forks, Golden. 
Greenwood, Kamloops, Kelowna, Kere- 
meos, Ladner, Ladysmith, Lillooet, Mer- 
ritt, Mission, Michel, Nanaimo, Nelson, 
New Westminster. North Vancouver, Pen- 
ticton. Prince George, Prince Rupert, 
Princeton, Pouce Coupe, Quesnel, Revel- 
stoke, Rossland, Smithers, Stewart. Trail. 
Vancouver. 1. 808 Pender St. W. ; 2. 219 
Hastings E.; 3, 758 Powell St.; 4, 602 
Robson St.; 5, 65-67 Cordova St.; 6, 847 
Beatty St.; 7, 1213 Granville St.; Vernon. 
Victoria, 709 Johnson St.; Williams Lake. 

SHERIFFS 
Jurisdiction Officer Address 

Victoria F. G. Richards, Victoria 

Nanaimo C. J. Trawford, Nanaimo 

Vancouver ...Chas. Macdonald, Vancouver 

New Westminster. H. P. McMartin 

Acting Sheriff. New Westminster 

Cariboo E. S. Peters. Prince George 

Grand Forks-Greenwood 

T. A. Taggart. Grand Forks 

Yale, other than Grand Forks and Green- 
wood D. P. Kimpton. Golden 

Kootenay-Revelstoke ..A. Noble, Revelstoke 

Kootenay, other than Columbia and 

Revelstoke — James D«#^le. Nelson 

Atlin J. Shirley. Prince Rupert 

PROVINCIAL GAOLS AND INDUSTRIAL 
SCHOOLS 

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

Provincial Gaol. Nelson. B.C.. W. R. 
Jarvis. Warden. 

Essondale, office. Court House, Vancou- 
ver. 

Provincial Industrial School for Girls, 
Miss M. W. Bayne, Supt., Cassiar and Union 
Streets, Vancouver, B.C. 

MOTHERS' PENSIONS 
Administered by Workmen's Compensa- 
tion Board, Board of Trade Building, 
Vancouver. 

NEGLECTED CHILDREN AND 
ADOPTIONS 
David B. Brankin, Supt.; Court House. 
Vancouver. 



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PROVINCIAL POLICE 



PROVINCIAL POLICE 
BOUNDARY POLICE DISTRICT 

Chief Constable J. A. Eraser, Greenwood 

Constable G. F. Killam, Grand Forks 

Senior Constable F. Fryer, Princeton 

Constable A. E. Spall, Keremeos 

Constable W. B. Stewart, Midway 

Constable Wm. Lakeland, Fairview 

FORT GEORGE POLICE DISTRICT 

Dep. Inspector, T. W. S. Parsons, 

South Fort George 

Chief Constable.... A. McNeill, S. Ft. George 

Constable H. Avison, South Ft. George 

Constable M. J. Condon, S. Ft. George 

Constable N. H. Mansell, S. Ft. George 

Constable C. F. Oland, Fort George 

Constable S. Service, Hutton 

Constable J. A. Williams, Vanderhoof 

Constable M. Gorman, McBride 

Constable E. J. Brecken, Lucerne 

PEACE RIVER POLICE DISTRICT 
Chief Constable. ...H. Taylor, Pouce Coupe 

Constable W. A. S. Duncan, Pouce Coupe 

Constable E. Forfar, Hudson's Hope 

Constable C. G. Barber, Ft. St. John 

HAZELTON POLICE DISTRICT 

Chief Constable J. Kelly, Smithers 

Constable W. J. Service, Smithers 

Constable Sperry Cline, Hazelton 

Constable A. Fairbairn, Telkwa 

Constable Percival Carr, Burns Lake 

KAMLOOPS POLICE DISTRICT 
Deputy Inspector. ...W. L. Fernie, Kamloops 
Chief Constable. ...Geo. H. Adam, Kamloops 

Constable H. P. Hughes, Kamloops 

Constable and Gaoler.. ..A. Noble, Kamloops 

Constable J. Eggleshaw, Savona 

Constable R. Pritchard, Sicamous 

Constable J. W. Chadwick, Chase 

Constable J. Urquhart, Mount Olie 

Constable F. N. Emmott, Ducks 

NORTH-EAST KOOTENAY POLICE 
DISTRICT 

Chief Constable R. J. Sutherland, Golden 

Constable... F. H. Butwell, Golden 

Constable J. M. Bella, Golden 

Constable W. R. Henley, Athalmer 

Constable F. D. Markland, Revelstoke 

Constable D. A. McDonald, Arrowhead 

SOUTH-EAST KOOTENAY POLICE 

DISTRICT 

Deputy Inspector.. ..W. R. Dunwoody, Fernie 

Constable T. F. C. Salt, Fernie 

Chief Constable W. E. V. Spiller, Fernie 

Constable S. J. McNelly, Coal Creek 

Constable A. "W. Collins, Michel 

Constable G. C. Mortimer, Cranbrook 

Constable G. J. Duncan, Elko 

Constable...^ F. G. Brown, Waldo 

Constable W. Hilton, Natal 

Constable W. H. Laird, Yahk 

Constable A. J. Smith, Corbin 

Constable A. Arden, Kimberley 

Constable G. H. Martin, Wardner 

WEST KOOTENAY POLICE DISTRICT 

Chief Constable Ernest Gammon, Nelson 

Constable H. W. King, Nelson 

Constable P. W. Jupp, Nakusp 

Constable Geo. M. Gunn, New Denver 

Constable J. F. Johnston, Trail 

Constable E. A. Vachon, Salmo 

Constable P. Pentecost, Kaslo 

Constable H. McLaren, Creston 

LILLOOET POLICE DISTRICT 

Chief Constable Geo. H. Ashton, Quesnel 

Constable Wm. Riley, Clinton 

Constable T. Higginbottom, Lillooet 

Constable.F. W. Gallagher, 150-Mile House 
Constable Geo. H. Greenwood, Quesnel 



Constable H. G. Clark, Lillooet 

Constable H. Bishop, Williams Lake 

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

Constable P. E. Bradner, Nanaimo 

Constable A. D. I. Mustart, Nanaimo 

Constable H. J. Shepherd, Ladysmith 

Constable H. N. Wood, Alberni 

Constable J. A. Anderson, Clayoquot 

Constable J. Russell, Courtenay 

Constable F. Varney, Quatsino 

Constable Alex. Dunbar, Cumberland 

PRINCE RUPERT POLICE DISTRICT 
Chief Constable. .A. C. Minty, Prince Rupert 

Constable Alexander Saint, Prince Rupert 

Constable H. Martin, Prince Rupert 

Constable Russell P. Ponder, Massett 

Constable J. P. Scarlett, Stewart 

Constable A. Dryden, Anyox 

Constable R. A. Beavens, Ocean Falls 

Constable D. S. Cameron, Alice Arm 

Constable Robert Gibson, Port Essington 

Constable A. W. Stone, Rivers Inlet 

Constable Frank Broughton, Bella Coola 

Constable Robert Webster, Atlin 

Constable C. A. Mancor, Terrace 

VANCOUVER POLICE DISTRICT 

Deputy Inspector W. Owen, Vancouver 

Chief Constable. .F. Cruickshank, Vancouver 

Senior Constable S. North, Vancouver 

Clerk & Constable. .P. M. Morrey, Vancouver 

Constable J. Mead, Vancouver 

Constable & Cashier. .W. H. Handley, Vanc'r 

Constable C. C. Sharpe, Vancouver 

Constable Murdo Ross, Vancouver 

Constable W. J. Wismer, Vancouver 

Constable J. R. Shannon, Vancouver 

Constable & Detective.... A. Grundy, Vanc'r 

Constable. .J. G. Cunningham 

(Launch "Watla") 

Constable H. J. McDougal, Mission City 

Constable J. Renner, Abbotsford 

Constable R. L. Matthews, Alert Bay 

Constable. ...S. S. Saunders, Britannia Beach 

Constable S. Marshall, Quathiaski Cove 

Constable .'. W. F. Islip. Squamish 

Constable W. H. Hadley, Powell River 

Senior Constable. .J. Mcdonald, N. AVestm'r 
Constable....W. J. Voisey, New Westminster 

Constable H. C. Pyke, Chilliwack 

Constable W. V. Fenton, Ladner 

Constable W. H. Cameron, Sardis 

Constable C. F. Cairns, Pender Harbor 

Constable J. Murray, Port Moody 

VERNON POLICE DISTRICT 

Chief Constable Geo. A. Carter, Vernon 

Constable E. C. Graham, Kelowna 

Constable J. M. Smith, Enderby 

Constable P. Penticost, Vernon 

Constable J. J. McConnell, Penticton 

VICTORIA POLICE DISTRICT 

Superintendent's Office: 

Superintendent....Wm. G. McMynn, Victoria 

Chief Clerk & Cashier.. ..G. A. Hood, Victoria 

Clerk - H. H. Clarke, Victoria 

Clerk C. Clarke, Victoria 

Clerk & Constable T. Conly, Victoria 

Constable R. Peachey, Victoria 

Victoria Office and District: 

Sr. Constable O. Wilkie, Victoria 

Constable Robert Owens, Victoria 

Constable M. C. McPhail, Victoria 

Constable W. Kier, Duncan 

Constable J. N. Rogers, Ganges 

Constable F. E. L. Philp, Sidney 

Constable R. Gidley, Victoria 

Constable E. B. Irving, Luxton 

Provincial Motor License Office, Victoria: 

Clerk and Constable C. A. Booth, Victoria 

Clerk & Constable....G. H. Jennings, Victoria 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 



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YALE POLICE DISTRICT 

Chief Constable R. W. Bo wen, Ashcroft 

Constable A. Strang, North Bend 

Constable W. Greenwood, Hope 

Constable... D. A. Hazelton, Lytton 

Constable P. Badman, Merritt 



GA3IE CONSERVATION BOARD 
M. B. Jackson, K.C., M.P.P., Chairman; F. 
Guimont (Cranbrook) ; Thos B. Booth 
(Xanaimo); W. G. McMynn, Prov. Game 
Warden and Supt. Prov. Police (Victoria); 
F. R. Butler, Sec; Walter Owen, Chief 
Game Insp., Court House, 800 Georgia 
St. W., Vancouver. 



Department of Labor 



Minister of Labor.. ..Hon. Alex. M. Manson 
Deputy Minister of Labor... .J. D. McNiven 

The Provincial Department of Labor was 
established by the "Department of Labor 
Act" in 1917, with powers, duties and func- 
tions as follows: 

To administer the laws of British Co- 
lumbia affecting labor; 

To acquire and disseminate knowledge 
on all matters connected with the indus- 
trial occupations of the people, with a view 
to improving the relations between em- 
ployers and employees; 

To collect such statistical and other in- 
formation respecting trades and industries 
in British Columbia as may be deemed ne- 
cessary or expedient from time to time; 

To ascertain the localities in which me- 
chanics, artisans, or workmen in any par- 
ticular trade or industry are required, and 
wherever practicable assist in supplying 
the demand for such work or labor; 

To ascertain and report upon sanitary 
and other conditions relating to the health, 
comfort and well-being of the industrial 
classes; 

To establish and maintain in the various 
centres of population throughout British 
Columbia employment bureaus and similar 
agencies for obtaining suitable employment 
for workingmen and women; 

To enquire and report as to the estab- 
lishment of new industries in British Co- 
lumbia where it appears that such indus- 
tries can profitably be carried on; 

To enquire into, consider, and report up- 
on the operation of laws in force in other 
parts of the British Empire and in foreign 
countries having for their objects the pro- 
tection, technical training, and welfare of 
the industrial classes, and make such re- 
commendations and suggestions thereon as 
may be deemed advisable; 

To consider and report upon any peti- 
tion for or suggestion of a change in the 
law of British Columbia relating to labor 
and wages or any matter affecting the in- 
dustrial classes, presented or made by any 
trades and labor council or other organiza- 
tion representing those classes, or by any 
other person; 

To perform such other duties as may 
from time to time be prescribed by any 
Act of the Legislative Assembly. 

To further assist in supplying employers 
with labor and workmen with employment, 
a system of Employment Bureaus operated 
by the Department has been established. 



These, with the officials in charge, are as 
follows: 

EMPLOYMENT OFFICES 
James H. McVety, General Superintendent, 

714 Richards St., Vancouver 

Vancouver 

W. S. Dickson Supt., 714 Richards St. 

James Mitchell Asst. Supt., 58 Powell St. 

Miss A. L. Davidson, Supt., 

Women's Branch, 714 Richards St. 

Victoria 

S. Harvey Creech Superintendent 

Cor. Broughton and Langley Sts. 

Miss W. Marlatt Supt. Women's Br. 

Cor. Broughton and Langley Sts. 

Cranbrook 

D. M. Harris Supt., 10 Baker St. 

Fernie 

E. Hooper Supt., Hender.^on Block 

ICamloops 

J. H. How Supt., 246 Victoria St. 

Kelowna 

E. W. Wilkinson Supt., Bernard Ave. 

Nanaimo 

J. T. Carrigan....Supt., Windson Hotel Block 

Nelson 

Gilbert Anderson Supt., 510 Stanley St. 

New Westminster 

M. Standbridge Supt., 44 Eighth St. 

Prince George 

Gordon Sinclair Supt., Fourth Ave. 

Priijce Rupert 

J. M. Campbell.Supt., Cor. Sixth & Third 

Revelstoke 

H. N. Coursier Supt., McKenzie Ave. 

Vernon 

G. E. Street Supt., 104 Barnard Ave. 

MINIMUM WAGE BOARD 
In 1919 the "Minimum Wage Act" was 
passed by the Provincial Legislature estab- 
lishing a Board with powers to ascertain 
the wages paid and the hours and con- 
iiitions of labor and employment in the var- 
ious occupations, trades and industries 
in which females are employed in the 
Province, and to fix the minimum wage, 
the maximum hours and such conditions 
of labor and employment as, in the opinion 
of the Board, may seem necessary or ex- 
pedient for the welfare of employees. Since 
the establishment of the Board orders have 
been issued covering seven groups of fe- 
male employees and embracing practically 
all kinds of labor in which women and 
girls are engaged in the Province. The 
personnel of the Board is as follows: 

CHAIRMAN 
J. D. McNiven..Deputy Minister of Labor, 

Parliament Buildings, Victoria 

MEMBERS 
Mrs. Helen Oregory MacGill 

..Judge of the Juvenile Court, Vancouver 

Thomas Mathews Broker, Vancouver 

Miss Mabel A. Cameron 

Secretary, Parliament Buildings, Victoria 
Miss Margaret Sibbald, Clerk in Vanc'r 

Office, 820 Vancouver Blk., Vancouver 



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DEPT. OF LANDS — DEPT. OF FINANCE 



Department of Lands 



Minister of Lands Hon. T. D. Pattullo 

Secretary to Minister N. A. Watt 

Deputy Minister G. R. Naden 

Assistant to Deputy Minister.. C. B. Peterson 

Statistician J. G. Smitli 

Supt. of Lands H. Cathcart 

Supt. of B.C. Soldier Settlem't....J. W. Clark 

Surveyor-General J. E. Umbach 

Chief Geographer G. G. Aitken 

Chief Draughtsman F. O. Morris 

Comptroller Water Rights. .E. A. Cleveland 

Asst. to Comptroller C. A. Pope 

Chairman Board of Investigation 

J. F. Armstrong 

Supt. of Construction J. C. MacDonald 

Chief Forester P. Z. Caverhill 

Forester — Timber Management 

R. C. St. Clair 

Forester — Forest Protection C. S. Cowan 

Grazing Commissioner T. P. McKenzie 

Lumber Trade Commissioner.. ..W. TurnbuU 

Supervisor of Scalers, Vancouver 

A. L. Bryant 

District Foresters — 

Vancouver L. R. Andrews 

Prince Rupert E. C. Manning 

Vernon A. E. Parlow 

Cranbrook N. Mooi e 

Kamloops E. B. Prowd 

Fort George P.. S. Bonney 

Nelson F. A. Macdonald 

Cariboo J. D. Boyd 

District Engineers — 

Kelovv'na O. F. D. Norrlngton 

Kamloops C. Varcoe 

Nelson W. J. E. Biker 

Cranbrook H. B. Hicks 



A display of B. C. woods is on exhibit in 
Toronto at 51 Yonge Street, under L. L. 
Brown, Lumber Commissioner. 

LAND 

The Province of British Columbia has a 
total area of 238.489,600 acres, of which 
33,722,370 has been disposed of as follows; 

Crown granted (acres) 12,726,274 

In process of alienation 2,082,082 

Transferred to Dominion Govt...l4,775,680 
Railway grants 4,138,331 

This leaves 204,747,230 acres, the title of 
which is at the Crown, made up as follows: 
Timber leases and licenses (acres)..8,458,183 

Coal leases and licensees 720,502 

Grazing and other leases 37,044 

Indian Reserves 712,571 

Park Reserves 940,166 

Game Reserves 895,120 

Timber Reserves 1,686,141 

For B. C. University 771,401 

For sale by auction 189,000 

Grazing and other reserves 102,000 

A total of 2,397,978 acres, augmented by 
the acreage which reverted under the Sol- 
diers' Home&tead Act, including 1,887,000 
acres of surveyed land, has been surveyed 
for pre-emption. 



Department of Finance 



Minister of Finance Hon. John Hart 

Deputy Minister E. D. Johnson 

Asst. Deputy Minister W. A. McAdam 

Comptroller-General A. N. Mouat 

Surveyor of Taxes E. E. Leason 

Assistant Surveyor Vincent C. Martin 

Inspector of Trust Companies and Suc- 
cession & Probate Clerk. ..A. C. Campbell 

Private Secretary Robt. J. Hartley 

Asst. Comptroller-General H. N. Wright 

Purchasing Agent James Paterson 

Auditor of Disbursements H. N. Howard 

Auditor of Revenue A. B. McNeil 

Assessor, Victoria District— .T. H. Leeming 

Collector, Victoria District F. J. Sehl 

Assessor, Vancouver Dist...Geo. W. Cripps 
Collector, Vancouver Dist...J. A. Murchison 

Assessor, New Westminster 

N. R. Brown 

Bureau of Provincial Information 

H. W. Hart 

GOVERNMENT AGENTS AND 
COLLECTORS 

Albernl Arthur G. Freeze 

Anyox..'. John Conway 

Ashcroft Sub. to Kamloops 

Atlin J. A. Eraser 

Clinton George Milburn 

Cranbrook N. A. W^allinger 

Cumberland John Baird 

Duncan J Maitland-McDougall 

Fairview Sub to Penticton 

Fernie R. J. Stenson 

Fort Eraser Fred Eraser 

Fort George T. W. Heme 

Golden G. C. Sandborn 

Grand Forks Sub. to Penticton 

Greenwood Sub. to Penticton 

Kamloops E. Fisher 

Kaslo R. Hewat 



Nanaimo Stanley McB. Smith 

Nelson John Cartmel 

New Westminster F. C. Campbell 

Merritt Sub. to Kamloops 

150-Mile House R. M. McGusty 

Penticton W. R. Dewdney 

Pouce Coupe J. D. Moore 

Prince Rupert J. R. McMuUin 

Princeton.. ..Sub. to Penticton, Hugh Hunter 

Quesnel '. E. C. Lunn 

Revelstoke Arthur Johnson 

Smithers S. H. Hoskins 

Telegraph Creek H. W. Dodd 

Vancouver J. Mahoney 

Vernon M. S. Morrell (coll.) 

L. Norris (agt.) 

Windermere E. W. Sandilands 

PROVINCIAL ASSESSORS 
District Assessor's Name and- Address 

Alberni Arthur J. Freeze, Alberni 

Ashcroft W. C. Adam, Ashcroft 

Atlin J. A. Eraser, Atlin 

Barkerville R. M. McGusty, Quesnel 

Comox A. Aitken, Cumberland 

Cowichan....J. Maitland-McDougall, Duncan 

Fort Steele Wm. Guthrie, Cranbrook 

Galiano Island W. W. Thomas, Galiano 

Golden Roy Moore, Golden 

Kamloops L. Sadlier Brown, Kamloops 

Kettle River S. T. Larson, Fairview 

Lillooet ....John Dunlop, Llllooet 

Mayne Island. ...C. J. McDonald, Mayne Isl. 

Nanaimo Alex. Forrester, Nanaimo 

Nelson Ed. Ferguson, Nelson 

New Westminster N. R. Brown, New W. 

Nicola Sub. to Kamloops 

Omlneca Herbert Welch, Smithers 

Pender Island.. ..A. H. Menzies, Pender Isl. 
Prince Rupert..C. W. Homer, Prince Rupert 



DEPT. OF FINANCE— DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE 



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Princeton S. T. Larson, Princeton 

Quesnel Forks..R. M. McGusty, 150-M. Hse. 

Revelstoke John A. Stewart, Revelstoke 

Salt Spring Island 

T. F. Speed, Ganges Harbor 

Slocan Alfred McQueen, Kaslo 

Telegraph Creek..H. W. Dodd, Telegraph Cr. 
Vernon H. F. Wilmot, Golden 

AGENT-GENERAL FOR B. C. IN 

LONDON 

B. C. House, 1 and 2 Regent St., London. 

England. 
Agent-General F. C. Wade 

The Department of Finance, as the name 

indicates, has control of all the Province's 
financial transactions, the levying and col- 
lection of taxes, and the making of all dis- 
bursements. The general taxes collected 
through the agency of the several assessors 
and collectors throughout the Province are 
paid into the treasury, and all receipts 
from license and other fees and royalties 
collected by other departments are also 
dealt with by this department. 

The Deputy Minister has, under the A[in- 
inster, complete supervision of all branches 
of the Department and of the outside 
agencies. The Inspector of Revenues acts 
as his assistant and pays particular atten- 
tion to revenue matters. 

SURVEYOR OF TAXES 
The Surveyor of Taxes is in charge of 
the assessors and collectors in the thirty 
assessment districts into which the Pro- 
vince is at present divided. He has general 
oversight of the collection of all taxes. 
This branch of the Department has been 
reorganized with a view to a more thor- 
ough and complete assessment of all tax- 
able properties, and collection of all taxes 
and arrears from every source. 

COMPTROLLER-GENERAL 
The Controlling and Audit branch of the 
department has been reorganized by the 
present minister and is now exceptionally 
strong. At the head of the branch is the 
Comptroller-General, an officer of the 
Legislative Assembly, and responsible to 
it alone. The general duties of the Comp- 
troller-General include the evercise of gen- 
eral supervision over all matters relating 
to this branch of the service; responsibility 
for the proper audit of all accounts, both 
at Victoria and, through the medium of 
travelling auditors in all the Government 
agencies throughout the Province; and gen- 



eral direction of the keeping of the ac- 
counts of the Province. These accounts 
have to be kept by double entry and in 
such manner that there shall be shown at 
all times the standing of legislative appro- 
priations and of all other accounts, and 
the precise conditions of the Province. By 
the adoption of the pre-audit system, the 
Comptroller-General has to be satisfied as 
to every proposed payment before the pay- 
ment is made, thus securing a real control 
over the expenditure of public moneys. 
Under the Comptroller-General, in this 
connection, is an Auditor of Disburse- 
ments. For the purpose of evercising an 
audit over the collection of revenue, and 
further insuring that collections are fully 
made, there is under the Comptroller-Gen- 
eral an Auditor of Revenue. 

PURCHASING AGENT 

Through this official all purchases, of 
whatever kind, which may be required for 
public service, are made, and under his 
control is all movable property of the 
Province. It is anticipated that a very 
large saving 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 property will be sold 
instead of being allowed to deteriorate 
and become a source of loss. 

INSPECTOR OF TRUST COMPANIES 

Inspection of trust companies is within 
the jurisdiction of the Minister of Finance. 
The Inspector of Trust Companies is in 
charge of the collection of probate and 
succession duties, a large and important 
source of revenue. 

The collection of the amusement tax is 
made under the supervision of the Min- 
ister of Finance. 

BUREAU OF PROVINCIAL 
INFORMATION 
H. "W. Hart, Clerk in Charge 
The following literature is available for 
distribution: British Columbia Handbook 
No. 1, Agriculture of B. C. No. 8, Game 
of B. C. No. 9. Annual Department Re- 
ports Lands, Mines, Agriculture, Forestry, 
Fisheries, Water Rights, Health and Ekl- 
ucation, also Land Settlement Board book- 
let. 



Department of Agriculture 



Minister of Agriculture. .Hon. E. D. Barrow 

Deputy Minister Dr. D. Warnock, V.S. 

Sec. to Department W. J. Bonavia 

Statistician G. H. Stewart 

Accountant W. T. Andrews 

HORTICULTURAL BRANCH 
Horticulturist, Victoria.. ..W. H. Robertson 
Asst. Horticulturist, Victoria. .E. W. White 
Asst. Horticulturist, Nelson E. C. Hunt 



Dist. Horticulturist, Vernon..W. T. Hunter 
Dist. Horticulturist, Vanc'r....E. W. Clarke 
District Field Inspectors — 

Vernon H. H. Evans 

Salmon Arm C. R. Barlow 

Summerland J. Tait 

Vernon R. A. Newman 

Penticton R. P. Murray 

Kelowna T. M. Anderson 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



District Agricultural & Field Inspectors — 

Creston C. B. Twigg 

Grand Forks Paul C. Black 

INSPECTION BRANCH 

Chief Inspector W. H. Lyne, Vancouver 

Assistant Inspectors — D. Gravet, "Vancou- 
ver; W. J. Graham, Vancouver; H. F. 
Old, Vancouver; M. L. Bird, Vancouver. 

ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT PATHOLOGY 
Plant Pathologist-. ..J. W. Eastham, Vanc'r 
Asst. Entomologist. .M. H. Ruhmann, Vernon 
Asst. Entomologist. ...E. R. Buckell, Vernon 

MARKETS BRANCH 

Markets Branch J. A. Grant, Calgary 

Potato Inspector 

M. H. Gutteridge, Vancouver 

Potato Inspector A. Irving, Vancouver 

LIVE STOCK BRANCH 

Commissioner W. T. McDonald, Victoria 

Poultry Instructor J. R. Terry, Victoria 

Chief Soil and Crop Inspector 

W. Newton, Victoria 

Soil and Crop Inspector.. ..C. Tice, Victoria 
Dlst. Agriculturist..Geo. C. Hay, Kamloops 
Dist. Agriculturist. ...A. L. Hay, Cranbrook 

Veterinary Insp Dr. A. Knight, Victoria 

District Poultry Instructor 

C. W. Traves, Grand Forks 

District Poultry Instructor 

C. Good, New Westminster 

Assistant. Veterinary Inspectors — 

Victoria Dr. S. A. K. White 

Eburne Dr. W. W. Alton 

Armstrong Dr. B. R. Ilsley 

Chilliwack Dr. D. H. McKay 

Duncan Dr. W. T. Brookes 

Vancouver Dr.. M. Sparrow 

Victoria Dr. J. D. Macdonald 

Brand Inspector R. Cahility, Kamloops 

Poultryman W. H. Stroyan, Victoria 

DAIRY BRANCH 

Commissioner Hy. Rive, Victoria 

Dairy Instructor F. Overland 

Milk Record Work 

G. H. Thornberry, Victoria 

Prov. Apiarist W. J. Sheppard, Victoria 

AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS 

The following associations are working 
in co-operation with the Department of 
Agriculture: 

B. C. Dairymen's Association 

H. Rive, Sec, Victoria 

B. C. Stockbreeders' Association 

H. Rive, Sec, Victoria 

B. C. Fruit-Growers' Association 

A. F. Barss, Univ. of B.C., Vancouver 
B. C. Goat Breeders' Association 

G. Pilmer, Sec, Victoria 

B. C. Bee-Keepers' Association (Eraser 

Valley) J. Brookes, Sec, Vancouver 

B. C. Bee-Keepers' Association (Koot- 

enay) W. J. Sheppard, Sec, Nelson 

B. C. Poultrymen's Association 

- J. R. Terry, Sec. 

B. C. Fairs Association 

W. J. Bonavia, Sec, Victoria 

B. C Honey Producers' Association 

W. H. Turnbull, Sec, Sullivan Stn. 

B. C. Wool-Growers' Association 

D. W. Strachan, Sec, Kamloops 

Interior Stockbreeders' Association 

Geo. Hay, Sec, Kamloops 

The 153 Farmers' Institutes and 96 Wo- 
men's Institutes are listed throughout the 
directory. A special list may be had on 
application to the Department, Victoria. 
Women's Institutes of B. C. (Victoria) 

Mrs. V. S. Maclachlan 



LAND SETTLEMENT BOARD 

Director Lt.-Col. R. D. Davies 

District Representatives — D. D. Munro, 

Telkwa, and R. G. Sutton, Prince George. 
Head Office, Government and Superior Sts., 
Victoria. Branches at Vanderhoof and 
Prince George, for convenience of incom- 
ing settlers. 

The Land Settlement Board of British 
Columbia, which was brought into existence 
by the "Land Settlement and Development 
Act" of 1917, has established nine settle- 
ment areas in Central British Columbia, 
as follows: 

Area No. 1 — In vicinity of Telkwa, in 
the Bulkley Valley, comprising 17,000 acres 

Area No. 2 — On north side of the Nechaco 
River, with Vanderhoof as the immediate 
town of importance, comprising 35,000 
acres. 

Area No. 4 — In vicinity of Marten Lake 
Station, 14,000 acres. 

Area No. 5 — On the east side of the 
Eraser River, at Prince George, 18,000 
acres. 

Area No. 6 — Northeast of Smithers, in 
the Bulkley Valley, 5.300 acres. 

Area No. \^ — iSurrounding Rose Lake, 
Cariboo District, fifteen miles east of Wil- 
liams Lake Station, on Pacific Great East- 
ern Railway, 6,500 acres. 

Area No. 8 — On west side of Eraser 
River, north of Alexandria, Cariboo Dis- 
trict, 3,700 acres. 

Area No. 9 — Between Fraser River and 
Ten-Mile Lake, Cariboo District, six miles 
north of Quesnel, 4,800 acres. 

Area No. 10 — Surrounding the three 
settlements of Francois Lake, Colleymount 
and Blckle, on both sides of Francois Lake, 
fifteen miles south of Burns Lake Station, 
on the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. 

Area No. 11 — Along G. T. P., totalling 
19,000 acres. 

Area No. 12 — Adjoins established farms 
in several places. 

Area No. 13 — Is in the Upper Fraser 
Valley between Prince George and Quesnel. 

Area No. 14 — In the Upper Fraser Val- 
ley, Quesnel to Soda Creek. 

These are specially selected lands, situ- 
ated close to transportation, school facili- 
ties, etc., which have been held out of 
cultivation by absentee owners, and which 
the Land Settlement Board is re-buying for 
sale to bona-fide settlers. 

Prices vary from $3.00 to $15.00 per 
acre, according to location andd quality of 
soil. 

Terms are 20 per cent of selling price, 
in cash, on delivery of agreement of sale, 
and the balance as arranged to suit pur- 
chaser, over a period not exceeding fifteen 
years, with interest on the unpaid balance 
at the rate of 7^^ per cent per annum, or 
the prevailing rate at time of sale. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



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Bona-fide residence on the land shall be 
established by the settler to the satisfac- 
tion of the Board within twelve months 
from the date of the agreement of sale, 
and be continued so long as any part of 
the selling price or interest remains un- 
paid. 

Improvements to all cultivable lands 
shall be made equal in value to: 50 cents 
per acre within two years from date of 
agreement of sale; ?1.00 per acre during 
the third year; $1.50 per acre during each 
of the three succeeding years, or a total 
value of improvements to the land of $6.00 
per acre within six years, exclusive of 
buildings and fences. 

Where a sale of lands is made to a re- 
turned soldier, or the widow of a soldier 
who was a resident of British Columbia 
previous to enlistment, and who served 
overseas in the naval or military forces 
of Canada, or in any other of His Majesty's 
naval or military forces, the selling prices 
shall be abated by the deduction there- 
from of the sum of $500.00; provided that 
satisfactory proof of such residence in the 
Province and service overseas shall be 
submitted. This rebate applies only in 
the case of the first purchase of land from 
the Board by a returned soldier. 

The amount payable in cash on delivery 
of an agreement of sale to a returned 
soldier shail be not less than 10 per cent 
of the selling price so abated, but in all 
other respects the terms and conditions of 
sale shall be as hereinbefore set out; pro- 
vided that where the returned solddier ob- 
tains from the Soldier Settlement Board of 
the Dominion Government, on the security 
of the lands sold, a loan of money for the 
purpose of improving or stocking the said 
lands, the lands may be sold to him for 
cash without requiring any observance by 
him of the conditions as to improvements 
herein mentioned. 

No sale of lands shall be made to any 
person who by reason of his religious doc- 
trines or otherwise is averse to bearing 
arms and refuses personal military service 
and therein fails to undertake the full 
responsibility of citizenship, or who, under 
any law, Order in Council or otherwise, 
has for like reason been exempted from 
military service within Canada. 

Pastoral lands may be stocked to the 



satisfaction of the Board, in lieu of the im- 
provements herein mentioned. 

A full section of 640 acres may be sold 
to one settler, if desired, but a quarter- 
section of 160 acres is the usual sized 
allotment in Central British Columbia. 

A branch office of the Land Settlement 
Board is to be found at Prince George, 
where full information as to lands avail- 
able, prices, etc., can be had upon applica- 
tion. Representatives are in attendance to 
show prospective purchasers over the land, 
and assist in every way possible in finding 
suitable locations. 

The Government Agents at Smithers, 
Fort Fraser, Quesnel and 150-Mile House 
are also prepared to furnish information 
regarding the areas within their respec- 
tive districts. 

Further particulars may be had by ad- 
dressing, The Superintendent, Land Settle- 
ment Board, Parliament Buildings, Vic- 
toria, B.C. 

CATTLE CLUBS 

The Land Settlement Board assists in 
the purchase of livestock for settlers in 
outlying districts, where at least six mem- 
bers form what is known as a Cattle Club 
and make a united request to the Board 
for such assistance. Repayment is ar- 
ranged covering three years. 

CREAMERIES 
In keeping with the policy of supplying 
stock to settlers, and in order to insure a 
ready local market for all dairy produce, 
the Government is assisting in the estab- 
lishment of creameries, at several points 
throughout Central British Columbia. One 
of these is at Vanderhoof, in the Xechaco 
Valley, and another at Quesnel, in the 
Cariboo District. 

SILOS 

The rank growth of peavine, vetch and 
other natural grasses, makes the silo a par- 
ticularly adaptable adjunct to a farm in 
Central British Columbia, and the Provin- 
cial Government, through its Department 
of Agriculture, is encouraging the erection 
of silos, wherever possible. Bulletins on 
this and kindred subjects are available 
without charge, upon application to the 
Publication Branch, Department of Agn"i- 
culture, Victoria, B.C. 



THIS DIRECTORY CONTAINS: 

Section I — A year book of British Columbia Development. 

Section II — A directory of over 2300 cities, towns, villages and settlements in 
the Province, including names of rural residents, also 4193 lakes, 
rivers, inlets, mountains are described with location of each. 

Section III — A directory of all business interests in B. C, grouped alphabetically 
according to trade or profession. 
"IF IT'S IN B. C— LOOK UP WRIGLEY'S DIRECTORY" 



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DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



Department of Mines 



Minister of Mines Hon. Wm. Sloan 

Deputy Minister R. F. Tolmie 

Private Secretary Robt. Dunn 

Mineralogist and Assayer.. 

Wm. Fleet Robertson 

Provincial Analyst and Asst. Assayer 

- D. E. Whittaker 

Chief Inspector of Mines — Jas. MacGregor 
Inspector & Examiner, Victoria 

- -Jas. Dickson 

Inspector & Examiner, Coal Creek 

H. E. Miard 

District Inspector, Xanaimo... .Henry Devlin 



District Inspector, 
District Inspector, 
District Inspector, 
District Inspector, 
District Inspector, 
Resident Engineer, 
Resident Engineer, 
Resident Engineer 



Resident Engineer, 
Resident Engineer, 



Resident Engineer, 



Nanalmo ...T. R. Jackson 

Fernie.. ..Robert Strachan 

Merritt J. G. Biggs 

Fernie.. John MacDonald 

Nelson. ...H. H. Johnstone 
HazeIton..J. D. Galloway 
Nanaimo..W. M. Brewer 

, Prince Rupert 

G. A. Clothier 

Grand Forks 

P. B. Freeland 

Revelstoke 

A. G. Langley 

Kamloops Vacant 



GOLD COMMISSIONERS AND MINING RECORDERS 



Miulnsr 
Divisions 


location of 
Ofifice 


Gold 
Commissioner 


Mining: 
Secorder 


Sub-Recorder 


Atlin 


Atlin 




W. G. Paxton 




Sub-office 


Telegraph Crk 




H. W. Dodd 




Haines (U.S.) 




(Com. for taking 

Affidavits) 
H W Dodd 


Risdon M. Odell 


Stikine 


Telegraph Crk 

Boundary 


H W. Dodd 




Sub-office 


H. W. Dodd' 


H W Dodd 


John Wynne 


Liard 


Telegraph Crk 

Porter 


H. W. Dodd 


H W Dodd 


Sub-office 






Obas H. Smith 




McDame Creek 








•• 


Fort St. John 






F. W. Beatton 


Skeena 


Prince Rupert 

Alice Arm 


J. H. McMullin .... 


J. H. McMullin .... 


S C White 


Sub-office 






Kitimat 






Ttlka Carney 


•< 










«' 


Copper City 






L. G. Skinner 


<• 


Terrace 






T. J. Kirkpatrick 


<• 


Stewart Portland... 






J. P. Scarlett 


Nass River 


Anyox .... 


J. H. McMullin .... 
J. H. McMullin .... 

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






Portland Canal 


Stewart 


J. P. Scarlett 

J. H. McMullin .... 





Bella Coola 

Sub-office 


Prince Rupert 

Bella Coola 


Brynild Brynildsen 




Bella Bella 






John A. Pauline 


" 


Ocean Falls 




' 


A. M. Tyson 


Queen Charlotte 

Sub-office 


Queen Charlotte 

Jedway 


J. H. McMullin .... 


John L. Barge 


Isaac ThomDSon 




Mas.set 






R. P. Ponder 


«« 


Lockeport 






William Morgan 






Stephen H. Hoskini? 


Jas. E. Kirby 




Sub-office 


Fcrt Grahame 


T. A. Kerry 




Fort St. James ... 






.Alex. C. Murray 




Manson Creek 






W. B Steele 




Telkwa 






T. J. Thorp 


•• 


Fort St. John . . 






F. W. Beatton 


" 


Copper City 






L. G Skinner 


<• 


-Terrace 






D. H. Kenny 


•• 


New Hazelton.. .. 






L. B. "Warner 


<• 


Fort Eraser 






Fied Fraser 


'1 


Junction Finlay 






Henry Stege 


<• 






T. H. MoCubbin 


•1 


Hazleton 








<• 








R. C. Macdonald 


<• 








W. J. Lutlev 




Lsk 




• 


Jas. L. Bethurum 


Peace River . 


Fort St. John 


S. H. Hoskins 

(at Hazleton) 


F. W. Beatton 




Sub-office 


F. F. Monteith 






L. A. Dodd 




J. D. Moore 






L. A Dodd 






Sub-office 


Quesnel 


L A Dodd' 




E. C. Lunn 




L A Dodd 




T. W. Heme 


<< 


KcBride 

150-Mile House 


L A Dodd 




M. Gorman 


Quesnel 


(at Barkerville) 


It. M. McGusty 


R. M. McGusty 




E C. Lunn 










Wni. Lewder 


<< 


Ei. rkerville 




L. A. Dodd 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



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IHTlaloiis 



Clinton 
Llllcoet 



Famloops 
Sub-offiC3 



Arhcroft .... 
Sub-office 



location of 
Offic* 



Nicola 

Tftle 

Sub-office . 

Similkameen 
Sub-office . 

Vtrnon 



Greenwood 



Clinton 

Lillooet ... 

Kamloops 
Chu Chua 
Vavenby ... 
Albas 



Ashcroft 
Lytton .. 

Merritt .. 



Geo. Milburn 
John Dunlop 
E. Fisher 



Yale ....„ 

Hope 

Princeton 
Hedley 

Vernon 

Greenwood 



Gold 
ConuniBsloner 



E. Fisher (Kam.) 



E. Fisher (Kam.) 

E. Fisher (Kam.) 
E. Fisher (Kam.) 

Hugh Hunter 



Sub-office Vernon 

" JRock Creek 

iBeaverdell 



L. Norris 

W. R. Dewdney .... 



Grand Forks 

Osoyoos 

Sub-office . 



Golden 

"Windermere 

Port Steele 
Sub-office 



Grand Forks 

Oliver 

Olalla 

Hedley 



Golden 

Wilmer 

Cranbrook 

Steele 

Fernie 

Moyie 



Ainsworth 

Sub-office .. 



Slocan 

Sub-office 

Slocan City 

Trout Lake 

Nelson 

Sub-office 



Arrow Lake 
Sub-office 

Rovelstoke . 

Lardeau 

Trail Creek 
Nsinaimo .... 
Sub-office 



Kaslo 

Howser 

Trout Lake ... 
Crawford Bay 
Poplar 

New Denver ... 
Sandon 



Slocan — 

Trout Lake . 

Nelson 

Creston 

Ymir , 

Salmo 

Sheep Creek 

Nakusp 

Vernon 



Xixdng 
Recorder 



Sub-Recorder 




Geo. FenneU 
Hyde Flnley 
C. O. Sjou<rtrtst 



H. P. Christie 



J. A. Murchison „ 
H. Beech _. 



Hugh Hunter 



M. S. Morrell ... 
W. R. Dewdney 



S. R. Almond 
J. R. Brown . 



John Bulman 

(Golden) 
N. S. A. Wallinger 



Ronald Hewat 



S. R. Almond 



H. C. Moore 

E. M. Sandilands 

F. A. Small, .\ctg ... 



A. McQueen 



R. 



J. Stenson Angus Mclnnes 

(Kaslo) I 



Thos. Somerville 



Wm. Greenwood 

Jas. Clarke 
t ^ 

M. S. Morrell 
S. T. Larsen 
E. F. Ketchum 



R. W. Northey 
Jas. Clarke 



Joseph Walsh 
R. J. Stenson 
W. H. Laird 



A. W. Anderson 
"W. Simpson 
Oscar Jacobson 

A- G. Johnston 
W. J. Parham 



R. J. Stenson JThos. McNeish 

R. J. Stenson ©scar Jacobson 

J. C^rtmel E. Ferguson, Actg. 



Alberri . 

Clayoquot 
Quatsino 
A ictoria .. 



N. Westminster. 
Sub-office 



Revelstoke 

Beaton 

Rossland 

N'anaimo 

Ladysmith 

.A.Iert Bay 

Vananda : _ 

Quathiaski Cove... 

Granite Bay 

Campbell River ... 

.•Mberni 

Clayoquot 

Quatsino 

Victoria 



John C^rtmel 



New Westminster 
Harrison Lake 
Chilliwack 



— Vancouver 'Vancouver 



Robt. Gordon 

" (Revelstoke) 
H. R. Townsend.... 
S. McB. Smith 



A. G. Freeze ... 

" (Alberni) 

(Alberni) 

Herbert Stanton .. 

F. C. Campbell 



R. Lamont 
W^m. Dowling 
G. A. Kennington 
Geo. Leece 



Walter Scott 



'M. S. Morrell 

J. Lee Newton R. Brown 

Francis I. Eraser. 
H. R. Townsend... 
S. McB. Smith 



John Stewart 
.(E. H. Robinson 

I Leonard Raper 
.is. Marshall 
.Henry Twidle 
.|T. W. Hanson 



John Mahony 



A. G. Freeze ... 
W^. T. Dawley 



E. Evenson 

Herbert Stanton 
I. Wintemute — 



A. P. Grant 



L. A. Agasiz 
J. Pelly 



22 



DEPT. OF MINES — DEPT. OF FISHERIES 



TWENTV-fBiaHT MII.I.IONS FROM 
MINES IN B.C. IN 1921 

Quantity of Production of Some Valuable 
Minerals Greater, But Price Down 

British Columbia mines in 1921 produced 
minerals which brought in $28,066,641. 

Although the average of metal prices for 
1921 was 31 per cent lower than the aver- 
age for 1920, the decrease in the value of 
the production for 1921 was only 21.06 per 
cent less than the actual value of the pro- 
duction of 1920. which was $35,543,084. 

This means that in 1920, on an average, 
the miners received nearly 50 per cent 
greater an amount than for a similar quan- 
tity of metals in 1921. 

This is the financial handicap from out- 
side sources that our miners have had to 
meet throughout the year, and few of 
them made a profit at these prices, so that 
the mining companies deserve great credit 
for the very good output they made. 

Quantity production of some of the val- 
uable minerals was greater last year than 
in 1920, although the price netted for the 
product was smaller. These are: 

Quantity. Value. 
Gold, ozs. placer) — 

1921 11.660 $ 233,200 

1920 11,080 221,600 

Gold, ozs. (lode) — 

1921 135.663 2,804,154 

1920 120,048 2,481,392 



Lead, lbs. — 

1921 41.402.288 1.693,354 

1920 39,331,218 2,816.115 

Zinc. lbs. — 

1P21 49,419,372 1,952.065 

J9;2f> 47,208,268 3,077,979 

The results obtained prove a very agree- 
able surprise in comparison with other 
mining communities. 

Prospects of Iron Industry 

So far there has been no metallic iron 
produced in British Columbia, but it has 
been strongly advocated in many quarters 
that the conditions are favorable for the 
establishment of an iron-smelting plant 
somewhere on the coast. So far nothing 
definite has materialized, although there 
is apparently a prospect of such a plant 
being established. 

As is well known, there is on the coast, 
in the aggregate, an adequate supply of 
magnetite-iron ore. quite sufficiently free 
from impurities as to be within the Besse- 
mer limit, to supply ore for such a plant. 

Further investigation of the Taseko lim- 
onite deposits was made during 1920 by a 
party sent out by the department of mines. 
The deposits were also examined in detail 
by Dr. J. D. MacKenzie of the geological 
survey of Canada. 

The only shipments of iron ore jnade 
last year were 985 tons from the Good 
Hope. Texada Island, and 24 tons from the 
Puget Sound Iron Company, Texada Island. 



The Fisheries of British Columbia 



Commissioner of Fisheries....Hon. W. Sloan 
Asst. to Commissioner John P. Babcock 

Value of Canadian Pisheries and Standings 
of Provinces 

The value of the fishery products of 
Canada for the year ending December 31st, 
1919? totalled $56,508,479, as against $60,- 
250,514 for the preceding year, notwith- 
standing that the latter was considerably 
greater than in any preceding year. 

During the year 1919 British Columbia 
contributed fishery products of a total value 
of $25,301,607. or 47 per cent, of the total 
for the Dominion. 

As in recent years. British Columbia 
again leads all the provinces of Canada 
in the value of her fishery products. Her 
output for the year exceeded in value those 
of Nova Scotia by $10,129,678. and exceeded 
that of all the other provinces combined 
by $9,267,654. 

The following statement gives in their 
order of rank the value of the fishery pro- 
ducts of the provinces: 

1918 1919 

British Columbia ....$27,282,223 $25,301,607 

Nova Scotia 15,143,066 15,171.929 

New Brunswick 6,298,990 4.979,074 

Quebec 4,568,773 4,258,731 



Ontario 3,175,111 3,410.750 

Prince Edward Is 1,148,201 1,536,844 

Manitoba 1,830,435 1,008,717 

Saskatchewan 447,012 475,797 

Alberta 318,913 333,330 

Yukon 37,820 8.800 



Total $60,250,544 $56,485,579 

The Species and Value of Fish Caugrht in 
Britisli Columbia 

The total value of each species of fish 
taken in British Columbia for the year 
ending December 31st, 1919. is given in 
the following statement: 

Salmon $17,537,166 

Halibut 4,617.484 

Herring 1.109,870 

Whales •. 648,868 

Pilchards 371,871 

Cod 368,838 

Black Cod 116,580 

Flounders. Brill, Plaice, etc 130,940 

Soles 90,848 

Crabs 55,102 

Clams and Quahaugs 47,754 

Red Cod 39.413 

Oysters 38,659 

Perch 19.808 

Crayfish 17,822 

Shrimps 17.528 

Smelts 14,682 

Octopus 6,760 

Sturgeon 5,636 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



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Skate - 3,126 

Oolachans _ _ 2,045 

Fur-Seals 1,294 

Shad - 667 

Tomcod 498 

Hake and Cusk _ 475 

Bass 336 



Whiting 284 

Eels 222 

Fish Oil 35,097 

Fish Offal 450 

Fish Scrap and Fertilizer 19,306 

Total - $25,319,429 



Department of Public Works 



Minister of Public "W^orks, Victoria 

...._ Hon. W. H. Sutherland, M.D. 

Deputy Minister of Public Works, Vic- 
toria J. E. Griffith 

Public Works Engineer, Victoria. ...R. Philip 
Assistant Public Works Engineer, Vic- 
toria G. P. Napier 

Office Engineer, Victoria. ...F. L. Macpherson 
Chief Draftsman, Victoria. ...H. M. Bigwood 

Inspector of Bridges, Victoria 

T. Kilpatrick 

Inspector of Dykes, Victoria. ...Bruce Dixon 

Chief Clerk and Acct., Victoria A. Hood 

Inspector of Electrical Energy, Vancou- 
ver J. Muirhead 

Assistant Inspector Electrical Energy, 

Vancouver H. L. Taylor 

Chief Inspector Boilers, New Westmins- 
ter John Peck 

Inspector Boilers, Vancouver, Geo. Madigan 

Inspector Boilers, Victoria S. Baxter 

Inspector of Alachinery, Victoria 

John Armstrong 

Acting Supt. Wharf, Prince Rupert 

A. M. Daggett 

DISTRICT No. 1 

Dist. Engineer, Victoria....Col. A. E. Hodglns 

Assistant District Engineers: 

Alberni W. P. Beavan 

Duncan H. C. Mann 

Courtenay W. A. Richardson 

General Road Foreman, Thoburn 

P. J. Campbell 

DISTRICT No. 2. 
District Engineer, Court House, New 

Westminster E. H. Verner 

Assistant District Engineers: 

New Westminster E. D. Todd 

General Road Foreman, Vancouver 

P. Wylie 

DISTRICT No. 3. 

District Engineer, Kamloops 

G. B. Whitehead 



General Road Foremen: 

Kamloops A. Dalgleish 

Merritt _ _ F. J. Dawson 

DISTRICT No. 4. 
District Engineer, Penticton....W. K. Gwyer 
Asst. Dist. Engeineer, Vernon....R. M. Taylor 
General Road Foremen: 

Grand Forks _ J- A. McCallum 

Greenwood _ J- Kerr 

Kelowna C. Donnelly 

Hedley „ Finlay Eraser 

DISTRICT No. 5. 

District Engineer, Nelson W. Ramsay 

General Road Foremen: 

Kaslo J. D. Moore 

Kaslo P. J. Gallagher 

Revelstoke J. B. McKenzie 

New Denver _ Arthur Levy 

DISTRICT No. 6. 
District Engineer, Cranbrook....J. C. Brady 
Asst. Dist. Engineer, Golden. ...G. C. Tassie 
Asst. Dist. Engineer, Fernie....H. L. Hayne 
General Road Foremen: 

Cranbrook O. Bristow 

DISTRICT No. 7. 

District Engineer, Prince Rupert 

A. L. Carruthers 

Asst. Dist. Engineer, Smithers....T. Dunlop 

General Road Foremen: 

Atlin H. Molyneaux 

Telegraph Creek I. W. Day 

Prince Rupert P. W. Anderson 

DISTRICT No. 8. 
Dist. Engineer, S. Ft. George .... A. Dixon 
General Road Foreman: 

Pouce Coupe D. Menard 

DISTRICT No. 9. 

Dist. Engineer, Quesnel G. C. McKay 

General Road Foremen: 

Quesnel J. Forsyth 

Clinton H. C. Killeen 



Associated Boards of Trade of British Columbia 



President W. T. Macken, Chilliwack 

Vlce-Pres W. G. Terman, Rossland 

Executive: 

Nlcol Thompson Vancouver 

C. P. W. Schwengers Victoria 

J. N. Harvey Vancouver 

'J. O. Cameron Victoria 

Honorary Secretary: 

W. E. Payne 402 Pender W., Vancouver 

Towns Secretary 

Abbotsford _ N. Hill 

Armstrong T. Aldworth 

Nelson F. A. Starkey 

Invermere „ B. G. Hamilton 

Sidney „ W. H. Dawes 

McKay P. O W. G. Richardson 

Cawston W. L. Lockhart 

Chilliwack P. J. Brown 

Cranbrook W. M. Harris 

Creston _ C. F. Hayes 

Courtenay T. Pearse 



Cumberland _ 

Ladner _ „ H. L. Fraser 

Duncan „ E. W. Ned 

Elko 

Fernie J. F. Spalding 

Fort Steele _ 

Ganges Wm. Mouat 

Golden „ H. G. Lockwood 

Grand Forks _ D. C. Manly 

Greenwood 

Kamloops A. H. Fen wick 

Kaslo _ .'. 

Kelowna D. W. Sutherland 

Keremeos H. C. N. Etches 

Ladysmith J. Stewart 

Langley Prairie 

Port Haney B. T. Matchett 

Merritt :— G. D. Armstrong 

Mission City A. S. Duncan 

Nakusp 

Nanaimo _ T. B. Booth 



24 MUNICIPAL OFFICIALS OF B. C. 



Naramata F. C. Manchester Prince Rupert C. V. Erith 

Nelson E. F. Gigot Quesnel A. S. Vaughan 

New Westminster A. W. Gray Marpole :;:ZZZZZZZ1'"a." Di'Fiskin 

Nicola RoUa I. D. Vanderwater 

North Vancouver J. S. Rogers Rossland Jesse Kemp 

Oliver Salmon Arm K. F. Wiles 

Peachland J. L. Harrison Sidney 

Penticton T. H. Wilson Slocan 

Pitt Meadows W. R. McMyn South Vancouver J. Todd 

Port Alberni Thos. CoUinge Squamish C. Knox 

Port Coquitlam E. F. Wright Summerland S. A. MacDonald 

Port Hammond E. S. Hopper Cloverdale Fabian Hugh 

Port Moody H. Williams Vernon H. F. Beattie 

Pouce Coupe L. W. Cottinngham Victoria Geo. I. Warren 

Princeton P. W. Gregory Williams Lake L. P. Dallaire 

Prince George C. W. Fenwick Stewart 



Municipal Officials 



CITIES 

City Clerk Treasurer Mayor 

Alberni Prescott, W. R. H Motion, J. R. 

Armstrong Fifer, A. J Parks, J. Z. 

Chilliwack Brown, P. J Ash well, J. H. 

Courtenay McCuaig, R Simms, C. 

Cranbrook Roberts, T. M Genest, A. 

Cumberland Mordy, T McDonald, D. R. 

Duncan- Greig, J Miller, R. F. 

Enderby Rosoman, G Smedley, G. H. 

Fernie Moffatt, A. J Henderson, G. G. 

Grand Forks Hutton, J. A Hull, G. H. 

Greenwood Walters, G. S Gulley, T. M. 

Kamloops Jackson, A. W Burton, S. C. 

Kaslo Papworth, W. V Anderson, J. 

Kelowna Dunn, G. H Sutherland, D. W. 

Ladysmith Callin. C. G Walkem, W. W. 

Merritt Gay, F. S Cranna, W. 

Nanaimo Hackwood, H Gough, S Bushby, F. A. 

Nelson Wasson, W. E McHardy, C. F. 

New Westminster . Duncan, W. A Bowell, A. J Johnston, J. J. 

North Vancouver ...Archibald, R. F Lane, C. R Morden, G. H. 

Port Alberni Cronk, E. J Maclntyre, A. D. 

Port Coquitlam Smith, J Mars, A. 

Port Moody Lye, J. J Roe, P. D. 

Prince George Tate, D. G Johnson, J. H. 

Prince Rupert Woods, E. A Vance. W^. D Rochester, H. B. 

Revelstoke Gordon, W. A Bews, W. 

Rossland McLeod, J. A Pitt, A. R. 

Salmon Arm Lingford, R - Newnes, W. 

Slocan Graham, W. E McNeish, T. 

Trail Monypenny, W. E. B Martin, A. J. 

Vancouver McQueen, W Johnstone, J Tisdall, C. E. 

Vernon Edwards, J. G Costerton, C. F. 

Victoria Bradley, E. W Smith, E. C Marchant, W. 

SISTBICTS 

District Clerk and Treasurer Reeve Address 

Burnabv Moore, A. G McLean, A. K Edmonds 

Chilliwack Webb, C. W MacLeod, J. A Chilliwack 

Coldstream Henderson, E Cunliffe, Maj. E. H. Vernon 

Coquitlam Newman, R Marmont, L. E Maillardville 

Delta McDiarmid, N. A Williamson, J. A Ladner 

Esquimau Pullen, G. H Lockley, A. Esquimau 

Eraser Mills Stewart, G. G Scott, Dr. R. H Fraser Mills 

Kent Fooks, H Morrow, J. A. H Agassiz 

Langley Payne, R. A Poppy, D. W Murrayville 

Maple Ridge McFarlane, J. C Mclver, J. A Port Haney 

Matsqui LeFeuvre, J. A McCallum, A Aldergrove 

Mission Batt, J. A Knight, R. E Mission 

North Cowichan ... Crane, C. S Paitson, E. W Duncan 

North Vancouver ... FarmerT J. G McNaught, J. Y North Vancouver 

Pak Bay Blandy, R. F Drake, S. J Oak Bay 

Peachland Dryden, W. Lang, Grant Peachland 

Penticton Bracewell, B. C Chambers, S. J Penticton 

Pitt Meadows McDermott, W Park, W. J Pitt Meadows 

Point Grey Floyd, H Lembke, W. H Kerrisdale 

Richmond Shepherd, S Tilton. J Eburne 

Saanich Cowper, H. C Watson, G. F Royal Oak 

Salmon Arm Lacey, J. E Wilcox, F. E Salmon Arm 



RAILWAY LINES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA 



25 



District 



Clerk and TrAasnrer 



Re«ve 



AddrasB 

South Vancouver 



South Vancouver ... Riley, W. T McClintock, W. F. 

(Gray, A. W., 

Commissioner) .... South Vancouver 

Spallumcheen Wiglesworth, J. R Hassen. M. " Armstrong 

Sumas Yarwood, C. St. G Cook, J. R Huntingdon 

Summerland Nixon, F. J Campbell, J. R Summerland 

Surrey Lemax, C McKenzie, R. D Cloverdale 

West Vancouver ... Ollason, J Vinson, V. V Hollyburn 



R. BAIRD, Inspector of Municipalities. 



BAII.WAT IiINXS IN BRITISH COIiTnOBIA 



British Columbia Electric Railway 
C. H. B. British Colnmbla Xdnes: 

Edson, Kamloops and Vancouver Ry. 

Victoria and Patricia Bay Ry. 

Victoria, Sooke and Shawnigan Lake Ry. 

Canadian North-Eastern Ry. 

Canadian Northern (now Can. Natl. Rys.) 

CJP JSL. British Columbia Unas: 

Main Line (West of Field) 

W^estminster June, and New Westminster 

Nakusp, Sandon and Kaslo 

Sicamous and Okanagan Landing 

Procter Extension (freight only) 

Revelstoke and Arrowhead 

Mission and Huntingdon 

Nelson, Trail and Rossland 

Nelson and Midway 

Nelson and Slocan City 

Lardeau and Gerrard 



Spences Bridge and Nicola (See K.V. Ry.) 
Golden, Lake Windermere and Colvalli 
Elko and Waldo 

Cranbrook, Marysville and Kimberley 
Kettle Valley Lines 

Grand Trunk Pacific (Now Can. Matl. Bys.) 

Edmonton and Prince Rupert 

Dolly Varden Mines Ry. 

E:astern British Columbia Ry. 

Esquimalt and Nanaimo Ry. 

Great Northern Ry. 

Kettle Valley Railway (C.P.R.) 

Morrissey Fernie and Michel Ry. 

Northern Pacific Ry. 

Pacific Great Eastern Ry. 

Portland Canal Short Line (C.N.E.) 

Vancouver, Victoria, and Eastern (now 

G.N.R.) 
Wellington Colliery Railway Co 
White Pass and Yukon Ry. 




HUDSON BAY STEAMER 'BEAVER ' FIRST STEAMBOAT ON THE PACIFIC. IN VICTORIA HARBOR 



26 



CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS 



Canadian National-Grand Trunk Railways 

A National Utility for National Service 

Twenty-two Thousand Miles of Railway Under Operation in the Dominion Between the 

Atlantic and Pacific Oceans 



THE Canadian National-Grand Trunk 
Railways, with which is amalgamated 
the Grand Trunk Pacific Railways 
and Steamships, is a national utility devot- 
ed to the service of the Canadian people, 
engaged also in the important task of col- 
onization and industrial development in 
the richly endowed territory which its 
I'.nes traverses in the nine provinces of the 
Dominion. The system today comprises 
22,000 miles, all of which is under oper- 
ation. Every section of the Dominion is 
reached, and connections are made with the 
United States railways at international 



among a desirable class of people the po- 
tential natural resources and the many 
advantages the Dominion has to offer in 
the fields of agriculture, stock raising, 
orcharding, manufacturing, mining, and all 
branches of human effort and industry. 

The Canadian National-Grand Trunk 
Railways is the short fast route to and 
from the prairies, and affords a short and 
fast route between Central and Southern 
British Columbia and all sections of Al- 
berta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, especi- 
ally the central and northern sections, 
making it the most desirable route for the 




MOUNT ROBSON. THE HIGHEST AND MIGHTIEST IN THE CANADIAN 
ROCKIES, IS PASSED IN FULL VIEW BY CANADIAN NATIONAL TRANS- 
CONTINENTAL TRAINS ONLY. THE MOUNT ROBSON ROUTE. 



border points, east and west, and also with 
finest steamship services on both coasts 
carrying traffic to and from all countries 
in the Orient and Occident. The rolling 
stock equipment is of the highest order, 
and is being constantly increased to meet 
traffic demands. The standard passenger 
trains of the railways are the very embodi- 
ment of travel comfort "The Continental 
Limited." 

Industrial and Kesonrces Department 

To promote land settlement and indus- 
trial development, an Industrial and Re- 
sources Department has been organized, 
with offices in Eastern and Western Can- 
ada, Great Britain and the United States. 
These offices are in charge of men familiar 
with the needs and possibilities of the 
country, who are conducting a well-planned 
practical publicity campaign to make known 



transport of commodities that are inter- 
changed between these provinces. As a 
transcontinental and international carrying 
route its advantages are such that appeal 
to discerning shippers. The service cannot 
be excelled. 

The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway tra- 
verses the heart of Central British Colum- 
bia, serving the choicest touring, agricul- 
tural, mining and industrial districts, in- 
cluding the fertile Bulkley and Nechako 
Valley districts, reaching the coast at 
Prince Rupert. From a tourist point of 
view, some of the grandest scenery of the 
Canadian Rocky Mountains is located on 
the Canadian National System. In fact, 
from its entrance of the mountain country 
through the Yellowhead Pass, Jasper Park 
and Mount Robson Park, along the Bulkley 
and Skeena Rivers, it is a continuous pano- 
rama for unsurpassed mountain scenery. 



CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS 



27 



It is a tour of the thousand wonders. The 
steamships "Prince Rupert" and "Prince 
George," of the steamship service ply be- 
tween Prince Rupert, Anyox and Stewart. 
to the north, and Prince Rupert, Swanson 
Bay, Ocean Falls, Vancouver, Victoria and 
Seattle, to the south. These steamships 
are the finest and fastest in the North 
Pacific Coast regular service, and are 
modern in every detail. The Grand Trunk 
Pacific Steamship Company also have a 
line of vessels operating between Queen 
Charlotte Islands, Prince Rupert and Van- 
couver. The districts of Central British 



which is only four miles distant. 

At Jasper National Park, 4,400 square 
miles of the finest part of the Canadian 
Rockies, has been set aside by the Domin- 
ion Government as a perpetual playground, 
animal sanctuary and Alpine resort. The 
Canadian National have built and operate 
under their own management Jasper Park, 
a '"bungalow" hotel, set on Lac Beauvert, 
in full view of the most remarkable moun- 
tain scenery it is possible to conceive. 

Immediately up the valley to the south 
is Mount Kerkeslin, an imposing monolith, 
11,000 feet, blocks the valley. Swinging 




THE MODERN TWIN-SCREW STEAMSHIPS. PRINCE GEORGE AND 
PRINCE RUPERT. CONNECT THE TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILS AT VAN- 
COUVER WITH ACROSS CANADA LINE TERMINATING AT PRINCE RU- 
PERT. THE SHELTERED INSIDE PASSAGE USED BY THE BOATS IS 
OF SUBLIME BEAUTY AND PERFECTLY SAFE. 



Columbia afford opportunities beyond num- 
ber for farming, dairying, ranching, min- 
ing, lumbering, fishing, etc. 

The route of the Continental Limited, 
the crack all-steel train of Canada, affords 
the finest scenery to the across Canada 
traveller. The canyons of the Fraser and 
Thompson Rivers, in their wild majesty, 
are unique, and are traversed from most 
advantageous viewpoints. The roadbed is 
smooth, the grades easy, the passes low 
and the mountains the highest in Canada. 
All trains stop at Mount Robson, the high- 
est mountain in the Canadian Rockies. The 
view is unsurpassed in the world. Every 
facility is given for viewing the mountain. 



the view to the west, majestic Mount 
Edith Cavell, with its Ghost Glacier, comes 
into view. Farther to the north "The 
Whiskers" Pyramid looms up. Looking 
down the valley of the Athabasca a suc- 
cession of mighty peaks follow one ano- 
ther with kaleidoscopic effects ^nd imme- 
diately behind the Lodge and guarding it 
are the Maligne Range, steep and forbid- 
ding, guarded by Roche Bon Homme. 

Transcontinental passengers may make 
a delightful stop over at Jasper at the 
Lodge at minimjim expense. 

The combination of the two transporta- 
tion systems under one management has 
effected a very strong transportation sys- 



28 



KETTLE VALLEY RAILWAY 



tern. It is felt that the development of 
agricultural and industrial resources will 
be given impetus, which will place British 
Columbia in the forefront in development 
in the next decade. The two routes, which 
are optional, are a powerful drawing card 
for tourists who buy coming west on one 



line and return on the other, and see a 
very large proportion of British Columbia 
and much magnificent scenery. 

Head offices for all these lines and steam- 
ships are located in Vancouver, and the 
different thoroughly organized departments 
are at the service of the public. 



The Kettle Valley Railway 



THE Kettle Valley Railway, through 
Nature's wonderland, is the connect- 
ing link in a new route via the 
Crow's Nest Pass and the Kootenays, 
through the Okanagan Valley and the Co- 
quihalla Pass in the Cascade Mountains to 
the Pacific Coast. 

The interesting and varied characteristics 
and resources of the country traversed by 
this route will claim the attention of the 
traveller, whether the sportsman in search 
of hunting grounds "De Luxe," the fisher- 
man longing for the haunts of the speckled 
trout, the sturdy miner who would wrest 
Nature's riches from the mountain sides, 
the weary business man who feign would 
pause and rest awhile at the fountain of 
youth, the hardy woodsman whose interest 
is awakened by the abundant forests, the 
fruit grower whose thoughts turn back to 
nature, or those of artistic temperament 
who delight in the marvellous scenic at- 
tractions that are not equalled in any of 
the famed mountain routes of the Old 
World. 

Leaving Midway, the valley of the Ket- 
tle River, from which the railway takes 
its name, is followed to its sources, passing 
through Rock Creek, Westbridge and 
Carmi, rich agricultural districts where 
fruit and grain are extensively grown. At 
Carmi there is considerable development in 
gold and silver mining. From here there 
is a gradual ascent to the summit at Mc- 
Culloch station. Within a mile and a 
half of this point are seven lakes, all 
of them abounding with trout. Bear hunt- 
ing is also good in this vicinity, as well 
as for goats at certain seasons. 

Descending the west slope of the moun- 
tains, the Kelowna Valley is soon seen in 
the distance, a panorama beautiful beyond 
comparison, the orchard tracts reaching 
from the shores of the Okanagan Lake to 
the foothills of the mountains, the blos- 
soms of fruit trees mingling with the 
verdant green of the mountain side. 

A very interesting section of this part 
of the line is the Canyon Creek Loops, 
which present some novel engineering 
feats, as well as magnificent scenery. 
Through the rugged rock walls at the 
entrance to the canyon is seen, as if placed 
there for contrast, a glimpse of the fertile 
valley below. 

Passing on along the shores of Chute 



Lake, and down the mountain side, a view 
of the Okanagan Valley, "The California of 
Canada," suddenly bursts into view, the 
placed Okanagan Lake and to the south of 
It Lake Skaha, and between them Pentic- 
ton, the "Tourist City." Bordering the 
lake beautiful homes surrounded by or- 
chards reach to the mountain background 
of the setting. 

Penticton, the city beautiful, the tourists' 
playground, with its mild, even climate, 
never excessively hot or cold, beckons you 
to forget care and become a child again 
among its fruit and flowers. Just across 
the street from the Union Depot is the 
Incola Hotel, operated by the Kettle Val- 
ley Railway, a hostelry where service is 
the first consideration. The rooms are all 
large and well appointed, the spacious ro- 
tunda and wide veranda, as well the sun 
parlor, writing rooms, etc., are all arranged 
for the convenience of the visitor. The 
diningroom has in store a pleasant surprise 
— the eggs, butter, cream, vegetables, fruit, 
etc., are received fresh daily from the Ket- 
tle Valley Railway's exjjerimental farm. 




ALONG THE COLDWATER RIVER 



KETTLE VALLEY RAILWAY 



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The best is none too good. Facing the 
hotel and just across the Lake Shore Drive 
is the bathing beach, the most delightful 
fresh water beach on the continent, where 
bathing may be enjoyed from early spring 
until late autumn. The beach of pure sand 
slopes gradually out for several hundred 
feet, so that small children may bathe in 
perfect safety. The Aquatic Club building 
is adjacent, and its privileges are avail- 
able to visitors. Excellent motor roads 
radiate in all directions, cars are always 
on hand at the several garages, and drives 
may be taken as fancy directs, along the 
Lake Shore Drive to Summerland and 
Peachland, among the orchards, where in 
proper season the luscious peaches, pears, 
apricots, apples, grapes, etc.. may be ga- 
thered. To the south, around Lake Skaha. 
where a magnificent view of the surround- 





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FRUIT ORCHARDS SURROUNDING PENTICTON 

ing country is obtained, on past Swan 
Lake to the International Boundary, or to 
the westward over a mountain pass to the 
Similkameen Valley, the roads over the 
mountains being almost the equal of a. city 
boulevard. Near at hand from the Incola 
Hotel is a nine-hole golf course, where 
the pleasures of the game may be indulged 
in practically all winter. Fishing for 
silverside trout is good in both the Okan- 
agan and Skaha Lakes nearly all the year 
round, and mountain trout are found In 
abundance in any of the numerous streams 
flowing into the lake. In a two-hours' 
journey by train up the east side of the 
lake, those who are fond of deer hunting 
will be in the sportsman's paradise. With 
the unexcelled facilities for bathing, boat- 
ing, motoring, golfing, fishing, hunting and 
other forms of recreation and enjo>Tnent, 
Nature has indeed been lavish in planning 
Penticton and its surrounding environ- 
ments. 

Here is also the southern terminus of 
the line of the Canadian Pacific Railway 
steamers on the Okanagan Lake, a delight- 
ful trip up the lake and return the same 
day may be taken on the palatial steam- 
ers "Okanagan" and "Sicamous." which 
preserve the well-known high standard of 
service on Canadian Pacific boats. 





ABUNDANCE OF SPORT ALONG THE KETTLE VALLEY RAILWAY 



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BRITISH COLUMBIA as an entire 
province offers many attractions to 
the automobilist, but it may be taken 
for granted that once inside the boundary 
of the Province, no matter from what part 
the tourist may come, Vancouver will be 
his Mecca. Victoria, New Westminster, 
Nanaimo, Kelowna, Penticton, Nelson, 
Cranbrook, the beautiful fruit country of 
the Okanagan, high and breezy Kamloops, 
Revelstoke, and many other places are 
sure to prove attractive, but Vancouver 
has a fascination and a beauty all its own. 
A city vocal with the hum of industry, 
a city of myriad lights, its streets full of 
animation and color, its grand park, which 
for scenic beauty has won world wide fame, 
its many centres of intellectual and artistic 
culture, make an irresistible appeal. 

Vancouver is a city of a hundred thou- 
sand souls. Nature has poured out in its 
surroundings a lavish profusion of every 
beauty of earth, and sea, and sky. Moun- 
tains lift their snow white heads to the 
glowing heavens. All about the city are 
valleys, robed in richest green, and gem- 
med with lakes and glittering streams. 
The glory of the sunset, such a sunset as 
can only be seen in Vancouver, is almost 
matched by the splendid tints of the au- 
tumnal forests. At night the shimmering 
stars are mirrored deep in the shining sea. 

Vancouver is a city amidst scenes full of 
beauty and radiant with color, and Van- 
couver is rising to an appreciation of the 
power of beauty, of fragrance, and form 
and color and light — the music of tumbling 
and falling waters. 

All around the city there are spots easily 
reached in the Fraser Valley, Huntingdon, 
Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot 
Springs, Steveston, WhyteclifE, (Horseshoe 
Bay), Buccaneer Bay, Sechelt, Cloverdale, 
Ladner, Mission, and many other beautiful 
spots, which tempt the tourist. 

Vancouver gives you access to the mighty 
Fraser, navigable for one hundred and fifty 



miles, so that if, at any time the motorist 
wishes to change his holiday venue he can 
leave the road for the river. Should he be 
a mountaineer he has but to cross the ferry 
which conveys his car to North Vancouver, 
and within a little while he is among the 
peaks and glaciers, table lands, crevasses 
ana summits which drive such mountaineers 
as Whymper and Longstaffe wild with ec- 
stacy and make them declare that British 
Columbia is a dozen Switzerlands rolled 
into one. 

Howe Sound is dotted with islands. No- 
where is there a more beautiful trip than 
to Bowen Island, where there is excellent 
hotel accommodation. Where can be found 
a more enjoyable trip than that to the 
Wigwam Inn, Indian River. Into the short 
voyage there are crowded experiences such 
as a traveller could hardly hope to have 
in several days of travel. Mountains rise 
here with precipitation into the sky, while 
some seem ascending gentle slopes invit- 
ing a walk more than a climb. So loved, 
so familiar, are these mountains that they 
are called pet names suggested by their 
configuration. "The Lions," no misnomer, 
for the summits of two glorious mountains 
are just like lions couchant guarding the 
portals of the city. Millions of post cards 
of the Vancouver Lions have found their 
way to all corners of the earth. Soldiers in 
the trenches viewed the picture with the 
same affectionate veneration as the Japan- 
ese feel for Fujiyama, the sacred mountain. 

The mountain range of Vancouver has 
also a "Sleeping Beauty," a glorious moun- 
tain top, which, reposing in the evening 
sunlight, seems to rest and breathe and 
one almost expects to see it wake up to 
the joy of life. Gleaming glaciers reflect 
brilliants sunshine in every line of purple, 
yellow, mauve, blue and gold. Vancouver 
is such a city as would have tempted Tur- 
ner to fresh glories. It is a city which 
seems to breathe the spirit of freedom and 
liberty, and many men returning to this 



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MOTORING IN BRITISH COLUMBIA 



city after incarceration in a German prison 
have breathed the exultation of William 
Tell, though he may not have voiced his 
leelings in the identical words which Sher- 
idan Knowles put into the mouth of the 
beauty loving and liberty loving patriot. 

The charm of Vancouver is its happy 
Bohemian unconventional spirit. English 
Bay has not only the sylvan beauty, but 
the primitive freedom of an ancient Eden. 
Should there be an invalid in delicate 
health she can find along the fringe of 
Stanley Park sheltered and wooded nooks 
and corners with the silver sand at her 
feet, and the blue waters within her view, 
where she may bathe in sunshine, and 
where the winds of heaven will not visit 
her cheek too roughly. 

Vancouver is a city for the young and 
for the old A city for the sturdy and 
athletic man and woman. It is a paradise 
for sportsmen, for in their proper seasons 
there are fishing, shooting and big game 
hunting within reach of all. The good 
shot may soon fill his bag with grouse, 
pheasant, duck or mallard. There is sea 
fishing for those who like the more robust 
forms of exercise for rod and line, while 
many a mountain stream will test the skill 
of the most expert fly fisherman. There 
are golf links within easy reach of the 
heart of the city. Baseball grounds so ex- 
cellent that the most famous teams are 
always delighted to play in Vancouver. 
Lacrosse and bowling are pastimes well 
maintained, nor does the city lack atten- 
tion to the aesthetic side of life, for there 
are intellectual and artistic associations, 
clubs and coteries such as cities many 
times the size and age of Vancouver might 
well be proud to boast. 

"The play is the thing," says Hamlet, 
speaking of dramatic matters, and to pa- 
rody the Prince of Denmark, the motorist 
will say with emphasis, "The road is the 
thing" which counts when you are under- 
taking a trip for health or pleasure. You 
may have a good car, the weather may be 
all that you could desire, and the scenery 
enchanting. But if the road is bad, all 
the keen edge will be taken off your en- 
joyment, and the praises you would be 
bestowing on the landscape will give way 
to irreverant cuss words. 

British Columbia has 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. 

You might tour over the whole American 
continent for twelve months and at the 
end of that time if you came to take stock 
of what you have seen, you would recall 
the International Georgian Circuit with the 
greatest amount of pleasure. Into a week's 



tour in this region, which lies between the 
southwest portion of the Canadian province 
and the northwest corner of the United 
States, you would have found every vary- 
ing scenery, delightful prospects of sea 
and sky, and that British Columbia was 
o"f natural beauty "all compact." 

Let us assume for a moment that the 
tourist reaches us from Seattle. He will 
have seen the delightful country of Ta- 
coma and Olympia, and enjoyed the scenic 
drive in the Olympic Peninsula. Having 
been ferried across the strait he will reach 
Victoria, B. C, and there will make the 
acquaintance of the fine highways which 
have with immense labor and at immense 
cost been hewn out of the primitive for- 
est by men, who had a vision of what Bri- 
tish Columbian cities would be, and who 
saw in the "mind's eye" the roads neces- 
sary for linking the companionable popu- 
lation together. 

Vancouver Island, Vancouver City, New 
Westminster, Nanaimo, have all a number 
of delightful pleasant drives and there are 
rival claims as to which are the most 
pleasant. Each city has its admirers and 
its champions, an* there is a friendly 
rivalry, a healthy emulation, which leads 
to the achievement of good results. 

Candor compels us to state that on 
British Columbia the hand of war has been 
laid heavily. Much "man power'' has been 
diverted from useful pursuits to the harm- 
ful, but alas necessary, destructive work 
of fighting in Flanders. Millions of dol- 
lars which would have made and main- 
tained necessary roads in British Colum- 
bia have been necessarily spent in England, 
France and Belgium. But though during 
the past four years construction work has 
been far less than it should have been, 
yet the great main arteries of the Province 
have been kept 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 expensive. In 
matters physical, financial, and one might 
add moral, British Columbia has a repu- 
tation for speedy recuperation, and unless 
there are unforseen 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 tempt- 
ed to go into details of the attractions 
which British Columbia offers to the tour- 
ist, but reasons of space, not want of 
matter, tempt us to summarize. 

The Canadian highways, the neighbor- 
hoods of Cameron Lake, and Alberni, the 
lovely country around Cowichan Lake, the 
beauty of Esquimalt Harbor and the Mala- 
hat Mountains, all these delightful places 
have been often described in terms of the 
warmest admiration. 



RESUME OF BUSINESS CONDITIONS DURING THE YEAR 



35 



Have you a turn in your mind towards 
things scientific you will naturally take 
an interest in Observatory Hill, upon which 
is the second largest telescope in the world. 

Are you a lover of the sea, you will hie 
to Beacon Hill, Victoria, and admire the 
innumerable beautiful bays which lie within 
your view, especially Cadboro Bay, where 
the Royal Victoria Yacht Club has its 
home. 

Let us return to Vancouver City and 
its surrounding beauty spots, such as 
'•Beautiful Burnaby" with its lovely lake, 
on the edges of which several artists have 
built their homes. Mission and Harrison 
Hot Springs, the Carlsbad of Canada, will 
not be neglected by the motorist, and near- 
er to Vancouver City is the Capilano Can- 
yon, famed for its romantic 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, Kam- 
loops and Lillooet, and anybody w^ith a 
feeling for the historic will not forget 
Cariboo, for along the Cariboo trail came 
the pioneers of the Great West. All over 
the great areas we have named there are 
thriving little communities each having its 
own individuality, its special fascinating 
attractions. Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Re- 
velstoke, will certainly be visited by those 
who have the time, and much information 
will be gleaned from those who have seen 
the district grow from small beginnings. 
So healthy is the climate that Time, 
though he may write his wrinkles on the 
brow of the rugged pioneer, yet attacks 
slowly the natural force of vigorous con- 
stitutions and the traveller will be sur- 
prised to find how many old forty-niners 
linger to tell of bygone days, and to pro- 
phesy great things for the British Colum- 
bia of the future. 

Motorists visiting Vancouver can obtain 
road maps and touring information from 
the Vancouver Automobile Club, headquar- 
ters. Hotel Vancouver, the Island Touring 
Bureau, Victoria, and any automobile club 
in the Province. 



RESUME OF BUSINESS CONDITIONS DURING 

THE YEAR 

Sy J. P. D. Malkin, Esq., President Vancouver Board of Trade. 



Lumber: The cut in 1921 was 947 mil- 
lion feet, as compared with 1228 million 
in 1920, a startling reduction. 

This decline in our main industry has 
been reflected in general business to a 
marked degree. 

Pulp and Paper: Newsprint and pulp 
produced in the province was approximate- 
ly 143,000 tons, which is about 10 per cent 
less than in 1920, but I am informed that 
prospects for an increased production in 
1922 are very hopeful. 

Shingles: 1921 production was 2,282,- 
215,000, an increase of 85 million over 
1920. Unfortunately for the Industry, al- 
though the production was greater, the 
value was less, owing to lower markets. 
The value for 1921 was $9,000,000, and for 
1920, $10,000,000. 

In other words, 85 millions more shingles 
produced, and $1,000,000 less received. 

Logs: Total scaled In 1921, 1790 million 
feet as against 2046 million feet in 1920, 
a reduction of 12^4 per cent. 

In the export of logs 1921 was a good 
year, as we find that we shipped 90 million 
feet as against 28 million feet In 1920. 

I cannot emphasize too strongly the 
great need of conserving our enormous 
timber wealth. With so great a wealth 
of standing timber, amounting to 62 per 
cent of the total stand of Canada, we are 



Inclined to forget that we are making 
great inroads upon this vast resource. 

Mining: A decrease of $6,400,000 during 
1921 is reported in the mining industry. 
This was due to a large extent to a world- 
wide stagnation of the metal markets. 
The total value of British Columbia's 
metal output for 1921 amounted to 
$13,232,000, as compared with $19,665,965 
for 1920. 

Coal: The value of the coal output for 
1921 was $13,272,903, as compared with 
$13,450,164 for 1920. There was practi- 
cally no difference in production. The total 
value of British Columbia's mining output 
for 1921 is a little over $28,000,000, as com- 
pared with the value of 1920 of 
$35,543,000. 

The mining interests of the province 
look forward to 1922 as being the begin- 
ning of greater development in the mining 
industry, and all indications seem to point 
to a big revival in this, one of the most 
important factors in the successful de- 
velopment of our province. 

Port Development: The Government Is 
rushing to completion the new Ballantyne 
Pier. The C. P. R. are very shortly to 
commence work on their new pier. 

Cleaning Plant at Grain Elevator: It is 
reported that $85,000,000 has been voted 
for this necessary work. 



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STATISTICS OF BUSINESS FOR THE YEAR 



Agriculture: The total agricultural pro- 
duction of the province for 1921 was valued 
at slightly over $60,000,000, as compared 
with $68,926,000 for the year 1920. 

This, however, does not represent a de- 
crease in production, but rather a decrease 
in valjie per unit. There was in reality 
an increased quantity production averag- 
ing about 30 per cent. The decrease in 
unit value was about 40 per cent. 

Taking dairy products as one case in 
point, the returns show aproximately three 
and a half million pounds of butter pro- 
duced, which represents an increase of 
about 1,000,000 pounds, but the value of 
slightly ovsr one and a half million dollars 
represents a decrease from the previous 
year of $140,000. 

Poultry products showing approximately 
four and a half million dozen eggs repre- 
sent an increase of about 500,000 dozen, 
but the value fell over $600,000 short of 
that for the lower quantity produced in 
1920. 

In grain production there were 4,000 
acres more under crop than in the previous 
year with an increase in yield of approxi- 
mately 1,300,000 bushels, but the value 
dropped by about $1,200,000 from that of 
the previous year. 

Fisheries: The total salmon pack for 
1921 was approximately 605,000 cases, 
nearly 50 per cent less than in 1920. The 
total value of the salmon catch was 
$5,000,000. The halibut catch for 1921 
reached the total of 32,000,000 lbs. Other 
fish 12,000,000 lbs. 

Manufacturing: At no time in the history 
of our province has there ever been such 
a feeling of co-operation between the con- 
sumer and the manufacturer. 

Shipping: 1921 showed a marked increase 
in the shipping of the port. There are now 
39 steamship lines plying in and out of 
our harbour. The gross tonnage was 
9,916,748 tons, while the cargo values were: 
Imports $197,406,832, exports $85,270,048. 

A very satisfactory addition to the busi- 
ness of the port has been the development 
of the grain movement through "Vancouver. 



When the crop year for 1921-22 is con- 
cluded, we anticipate that the returns will 
show that approximately six million 
bushels of grain will i.ave passed through 
the port. 

Bank Returns for 1921: The Bank clear- 
ings for the year 1921 were $708,205,942, 
a decrease over 1920 of about 18 per cent. 

Post Office Revenue: The revenue of the 
Post Office for 1921 was $941,444. 

Building Returns: The building returns 
of the city for 1921 were valued at 
$3,045,132, covering 2,451 permits, practi- 
cally no change over 1920. 

After hearing these, the production 
figures in our basic industries, we are jus- 
tified in being optimistic, because if we 
add together the value of our timber, 
mines, fishing, agriculture, we shall find 
an approximate production in these lines 
alone (excluding all other products, both 
manufactured and raw, of which there are 
riany), of 200 million dollars. Divide this 
by our poulation of 523 thousand, and we 
have a production of 382 dollars per head, 
men, women, children, Indians and Orien- 
tals. A total, I assure you, which is one 
to be proud of, and one which is probably 
not exceeded and hardly equalled any- 
where in Canada, or on the American con- 
tinent. 

Remember these are the figures of a year 
which will probably go down in history as 
one of the "blue" years, one of the years 
of extreme depression. 1922 will be a 
year of slow recovery and convalescence. 
For we have weathered the worst part of 
the worst storm the world has ever seen, 
or is likely to see for many years to come, 
and while conditions are still critical, and 
while we have many difficult days ahead, 
I feel the worst is over. 

It is true we have not yet a complete 
price readjustment, and until we have, 
business cannot become normal. At present 
the whole business world of Canada is run- 
ning along with a flat wheel. Prices in 
seme industries are entirely liquidated, and 
in others not. 




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1922 



(Copyright, Canada, 1922, by Wrigley Directories, Limited) 

A gazetteer of cities, towns, villages, stations, post offices 
and settlements in the Province, described in alphabetical 
order, followed by a directory of firms, employees, pro- 
fessional men, leading citizens, farmers, fruit-growers, 
stock-raisers, lumbermen, miners, fishermen, etc. 

The Publishers will appreciate notice on part of subscribers of additions 
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Vancouver, 39 miles east of New 
Westminster and about 3^ miles 
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It lies on the old Yale Road with 
Matsqui Prairie about l^i miles to 



Mountain, separating Matsqui and 
Sumas Prairies. In this height of 
land lie very valuable clay deposits. 
On the north and west of the town 
lies the Municipality of Matsqui. It 
includes a considerable area of high 
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the north and Sumas Prairie about 
the same distance in a southeasterly 
direction. The country to the south 
and west is high bush and timber 
land. Much of it is logged off and 
is being rapidly cleared and settled. 
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in an easterly direction is Sumas 



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acres, lying along the south shore of 
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ABBOTSFORD 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



President, J. O. Trethewey. Vice-Pres., S. D. Trethewey. 

Secretary and Sales Manager, J. A. McGowan 

Abbotsford Lumber, Mining and 
Development Co., Ltd. 

Timber Dimen- 
sion, Floor ing. 
Ceiling, Siding, In- 
side and Exterior 
Finish, Mouldings, 
Lath and Cedar 
Shingles. Grades 
Unexcelled. 




Specialty Timbers 
and Heavy Dimen- 
sion. Prompt Sliip- 
ments. 

Manuactnrers of 

DOUGLAS FIR, HEMLOCK and CEDAR LUMBER 
MILLS AT ABBOTSFORD, B. C. 

Prairie Representatives: CUDDV-NEI.SON XitTMBEB CO., CAliOASY, 
SASKATOON and WINNIPEG 



WEIR'S GARAGE 

AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS and ELECTRICIANS 




FORD AND McLaughlin cars 

AUTHORIZED DEALER TRAFFIC AND DAY-ELDER 

TRUCKS 

OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING A SPECIALTY 



ABBOTSFORD 



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plus in hay, oats and roots has been 
produced and finds a ready market 
in New Westminster and Vancouver, 
as well as locally among the small 
farmers, logging camps, etc. An 
ideal section for the small farmer, 
bee-keeper, poultry farmer and dai- 
ryman. The splendid shipping faci- 
lities make Abbotsford a most invit- 
ing location for manufacturers, in- 
dustrial plants, etc. On the south 
and east the townsite of Abbotsford 
is bounded by the Municipality of 
Sumas. It includes much of the high 
land to the east of the town and 
Sumas Prairie, a large extent of flat 
land lying very low, not much above 
the level of the Fraser River. It is 
good land easily worked and very 
fertile. A proposition to dyke the 
Prairie and drain Sumas Lake, which 
covers between 25,000 and .30,000 
acres is now being undertaken by the 
Provincial Government and should be 
completed at an early date. The 
town is served by the Canadian Paci- 
fic Railway, the B. C. Electric Rail- 
way (main line from Vancouver and 
New Westminster to Chilliwack) and 
the Great Northern Railway, con- 
necting with the C. N. R. at Canora. 
Has C. P. Telegraph and B. C. Tele- 
phone. It is also a customs port of 
entry, with a resident collector. The 
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd., operate a con- 
densary at DeLair, about 1^ miles 
south of the town. The population 
of the town actually resident within 
the townsite is now 350 persons, but 
with those residing in the immediate 
vicinity it is estimated there is a 
local population of about 900. The 
populatijon of the district has been 
carefully estmiated at about 4,000 to 
4,500. Write secretary. Board of 
Trade, for information regarding Ab- 
botsford District, climate, land, in- 
dustrial sites, etc. 

Abbotsford Board of Trade T Hill 
president 

ABBOTSFORD aASAGB & KACH- 
IN£ SHOP 
O. R. Wright, 7. W. Johnson and J. 
Arnold. 

ABBOTSFORD HOTBIi 

Chas. A. Haddrell, Proprietor. 

ABBOTSFORD IiTJMBBR, KINXlTa 

& di:vx:z.ofmx:nt co. i.td. 

J. O, Trethewey, President and 
Manager; J. A. McGowan, Secretary 
and Sales Manager. Mannfactar- 
ers of Rough and Dressed Iiiuuber 
and Shingles. (See Advt.) 

Abbotsford Meat Market (S P W^hite) 
Abbotsford Post J A Bate publshr 
Abbotsford Theatre Arthur Harrop 

prop 
Abbotsford Tire Hospital O L Eyres 

vulcanizing 
Aitken John G elk F V Huntingdon 

Feed & Produce Assn 
Anderson A mixed farming 
Andison Geo elk F J R Witchelo 
Anglican Church Rev Harding Priest 

curate 
Arnold John vice-pres Abbotsford 

Garage & Machine Shop Ltd 
Arnold J eng A L M & D Co 
Atkinson J L mixed farming 
Austin E E farming 
Bailey T carp A L M & D Co 
Baines W H logger ALM & D Co 
Baldwin Geo elk Govt Liquor Store 
BANK OF MONTRBAI. 

John Brydges, Manager. 



Barker A weigher A L M & D Co 

Barkley S teamster A L M & D Co 

Barnes E swamper A L M & D Co 

Barrett Edw A postmaster 

Barter P mixed farming 

Basset P sec hand A L M & D Co 

Bate J A pub Abbotsford Post 

Bedlow S logger A L M & D Co 

Bee-Croft Alfred laborer 

Beebe Chas farming RR 2 

Beebe C G dairying 

Bennett Thos agent B C E R 

Boley A dairyman bee-keeping 

Bourke W dairyman 

Bousfield Wm J farming 

Bowman M M dairying 

Brackman-Ker Milling Co Ltd Fredk 

A Marshall local mgr flour and fd 
B C Elec Light & Power Dept Edwin 

Webster dist rep 
British Columbia Electric Ry Thos 

Bennett agent 
B C Restaurant Sam Quong prop 
B C Telephone Co Hazel M Greenlay 

local agent 
B C United Oil Co Ltd Chas A Ryall 

and Daniel Smith repres 
Broad F logger A L M & D Co 
Brokovski Alan M auctioneer 
Brown G O acct A L M & D Co 
Brown R sawyer A L M & D Co 
Brunoski M sec hand A L M & D Co 
Brydges John mgr Bank of Montreal 
Brydges John F R Idgr Bk of Mon- 
treal 
Bryenton E teamster A L M & D Co 
Buchanan Peter A acct Royal Bank 
Buker C fireman A L M & D Co 
Buker W engineer A L M & D Co 
Calder J emp A L M & D Co 
Caldwell J grader A L M & D Co 
Cameron J H mixed farming 
Campbell Angus mixed farming 
Canadian Pacific Ry Station Mait- 

land M Shore agt 
Carmichael Fred M cattle dealer 
Caul J hook tender A L M & D Co 
Chapman F lab A L M & D Co 
Chedore A logger A L M & D Co 
Chester F piler A L M & D Co 
Chittick B logger A L M & D Co 
Collison Leonard teller-acct Bank of 

Montreal 
Combs Mrs D farming 
Coogan Lawrence elk R G MacLeod 
Cooke Stanley asst baker A Lee 
CJooke Walter baker Albert Lee 
Copping J G ranching stock 
Cottrill John W coal and transfer 
Coutts Wm sec foreman B C E R 
Crawford Wm elk R Desmazes 
Crockett F emp A L M & D Co 
Curran J lab A L M& D Co 
C^urrie D rigging slinger ALM & D Co 
Curry J teamster A L M & D Co 
Dandy J F timekeeper A L M & D Co 
Darby E veterinary surgeon 
Delahoy Fred T farming 
Delalr Thos J farming 

DESMAZBS, RAOXn^ 

General Store, Groceries, Dry Ods., 
Boots and Shoes, Produce, Floor 
and Feed. Meats. 

Dominion Express Miaitland M Shore 

agent 
Downes T L ranching 
Duncan R transfer and express 
Duncan R C mixed farming 
Eby R Harry customs officer 
Egerton Richard H asst agt B C E R 
Ellwood A sec hand A L M & D Co 
Everett C mixed farming 
Eyres T L prop Abbotsford Tire Hos- 
pital 
Falk C shingle mill A L M & D Co 
Ferris Wm G lab A L M & D Co 




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Fooks F dairyman 
Fooks W dairyman 
Foy E planer A L. M & D Co 
Foy G planer A L M & D Co 
Fraser D fireman A L M & D Co 
Fraser Mrs H J farming 
Fraser Ina M elk Bk of Montreal 
Fraser John K confectionery 
Gamble J F farming 
Gibson Hy carpenter 
Gilmore J emp A L M & D Co 
Gilmore R brakeman A L M & D Co 
Godson J planer A L M & D Co 
Gosling A R contractor 
Government Liquor Store J M Row- 
ley vendor 
Gray \Vm J elk Albert Lee 
G W V Assn H F Thorn sec 
Greenlay Hazel M agt B C Tel Co 
Greeno A C sec Sumas Farmers Inst 
Grimley C loader A L M & D Co 
Grimley H emp A L M & D Co 
Groat W W farming 
Haddrell Chas A prop Abbotsford 

Hotel 
Harris H R mixed farming 
Harris N logger A L M & D Co 
Harrop Arthur prop Abbotsford The- 
atre 
Hart Geo asst agt CPR 
Hay G E sawyer A L M & D Co 
Heath Jos real estate 
Higginson Jas farming 
Higginson M swamper T L M & D Co 
Higginson Robt emp A L M & D Co 
Higginson S whistler A L M & D Co 
Higginson Wm J farming 
Hill Nicholas T mgr Royal Bank 

pres Board of Trade 
Hill-Tout A lab A L M & D Co 
Hill-Tout H J mixed farming 
Hill-Tout W S mixed farming 
Holley N J emp A L M & D Co 
Hulon-Harop A mixed farming 
Hunt Edward A barber billiards etc 
Hutchison Jas carp A L M & D Co 
Hutchison Margaret D steno Royal 

Bank 
Irvine Thos carpenter 
Jackson T foreman A L M & D Co 
Johnson Fredk W (Abbotsford Gar- 
age) 
Johnson L bucker A L M & D Co 
Kennedy John farming 
Kerr Geo H mgr Matsqui Co-Opera- 

tive Assn 
King Alfred M meat market 
King J sawyer A L M & D Co 
Kirkpatrick Gordon appr mech Weirs 

Garage 
Knoll H P hardware furniture 
Knox A mixed farming 
Kraniski J bucker A L M & D Co 
Laheny W engineer A L M & D Co 
Lamson L C mixed farming 
Langevin H lab A L M & D Co 
Laughton J G ledger Royal Bank 
Lee Albert baker and grocer 
Lehman R high rigger A L M & D Co 
Lehr H emp A L M & D Co 
Liggins A shingle mill A L M & D Co 
Lindstrom C bucker A. L M & D Co 
Little C mixed farming 
Little E packer A L M & D Co 
Little H emp A L M & D Co 
Little W sawyer A L M & D Co 
Little Mrs W restaurant 
Logan H H mixed farming 
Loveder D piler A L M & D Co 
McCallum Alex real est ins reeve 

Matsqui Municipality 
McCallum Frank elk Albert Lee 
McCallum Helen G bookkeeper BCER 
McClanahan W J millwright A L M 

& D Co 
McOimmon Annie opr B C Tel Co 
McCrimmon D J mixed farming 
McCrimmon F cattle raising 



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McCrimmon R mixed farming 
McEwen D eng A L M & D Co 
McGillivray M D mixed farming 
McGowan J A sec and sales mgr A L 

M & D Co 
Mclnnes A foreman A L M & D Co 
McKay J blksmth A L M & D Co 
McKenzie D mixed farming 
McKinnon H millwright A L M & D 

Co 
McLanahan W H lab A L M & D Co 
MacLeod Roderick G grocer 
McLeod R emp A L M & D Co 
McMenemy J K blksmth and far; 

implements 
McMillan Thos sec foreman CPR 
McNeill J logger A L M & D Co 
McPhail E B dairyman 
McPhail Ed S local agt Fraser Val- 
ley Huntingdon Feed & Produce 
Assn 
McPhee Alex autos for hire 
McPhee J J immigration officer 
Mahoney J logger A L M & D Co 
Marshall Fredk T local mgr Brack- 

man-Ker Milling Co Ltd 
Matsqui Sumas Abbotsford General 

Hospital Miss S Campbell matron 
Maximonto A bucker A L M & D Co 
Melnyk J bucker A L M & D Co 
Millar E B teller Royal Bank 
Millard R H shipper A L M & D Co 
Miller C eng A L M & D Co 
Milstead J H farming poultry 
Mitchell Wm mail courier RR 2 
Morgan W clerk 

Morrow A faller A L M & D Co 
Mouldy E taxi driver 
Munroe B farming 
Murphv E faller A L M & D Co 
Mystrom J faller A L M & D Co 
Nelles M J farming 
Nelson Mrs B mixed farming 
O K Barber Shop and Buffet Fred 

Bee-Croft prop 
Oddy C eng A L M & D Co 
Ogilvie Flour Mills Ltd Raoul Des- 

mazes agt 
Olding Frank sec hand BCER 
Olsen Helen opr B C Tel Co 
Olsen Joseph sec hand BCER 
Pacific Milk Co Ltd Elias Rive mgr 
Palmer A planer A L M & D Co 
Parton Frank loader A L M & D Co 
Peardon H S logger A L M & D Co 
Pearson G logger A L M & D Co 
Perks T loco firmn A L M & D Co 
Pernoski M emp A L M & D Co 
Phillips Mrs S E millinery ladies 

wear and notions 
Prasiloski J D faller A L M & D Co 
Presbyterian Church Rev W Robert- 
son pastor 
Priest Rev Harding curate Angli- 
can Church 
Flae John E acct F J R Whitchelo 
Reeve J farming 
Reith G emp A L M & D Co 
Renner J Prov Constable 
Reuter Albert elk F J R Whitchelo 

Ltd 
Reyburn Wm emp A L M & D Co 
Rive Elias mgr Pacific Milk Co Ltd 
Roach W filer A L M & D Co 
Roberts W machinist A L M & D Co 
Robertson Rev Wm pastor Presby- 
terian Church 
Roger W carpenter 
Rogers Peter sec hand BCER 
Rooney J lab A L M & D Co 
Rowles T logger A L M & D Co 
Rowley J M vendor Govt Liquor Str 
Royal Bank of Canada Nicholas T 

Hill mgr 
Ryall Chas A carp and painter 
Salt A C customs officer 
Saunders T F physician and surgeon 
Schluter R engr A L M & D Co 



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Schmitz R E mixed farming 
Seaforth Restaurant Ermyntrude W 

Sarel prop 
Serl I A mixed farming 
Serl R R mixed farming 
Shore Maitland M agt CPR prop Ab- 

botsford Theatre 
Shortreed R J customs officer 
Sinclair G lab A L M & D Co 
Smith A choker A L M & D Co 
Smith I)M!ie; farming 
Smith W I. sawyer A L M & D Co 
Sparrow John J poultry 
Spring C emp A L M & D Co 
Stadv Daisy postal clerk 
Stanyer J faller A L. M & D Co 
Starr Bros mixed farming • 
Steiss R foreman A L M •&: D Co 
Stewart Danl logger A L. M & D Co 
Stewart Wm sec hand B C E R 
Sumas Farmers Inst A C Greene sec 
Sumner Chas elk R Desmazes 
Swift T A phys Mun Health Officer 
Tayler T E dairyman 
Taylor W emp A L M & D Co 
Taylor W H farming 
Thorn H F customs officer and sec 

GWVA 
Tibbutt T teamster A L M & D Co 
Todd H loader A L, M & D Co 
Toller AV'm shoe repairer 
Tracey Alfred mail courier RR 1 
Trtthewey H teamster A L M & D Co 
Trethewey J O pres and mgr A L M 

« D Co 
Trethewey 5-; D supt A L, M A.- D Co 
Truseler J emp A L M & D Co 
Turner E choker A L M & D Co 
Verch Mrs farming 
Wallace Chas farming 
Ware Wm J farming 
Watson Ethel elk F J R Whitchelo 
Weatherbee U J furniture^and hdw 
AVeatherbee V A elk Weatuerbee Hdw 
Webster Edwin dist rep B C Electric 

Light *c Power Dept 
Weir Claude F prop Weir's Garage 
Weir Eric T drugs and stationery 
Weir Jack A mech Weir's Garage 
Weir John F bkpr E T Weir 
Weir Ray H elk E T Weir 

"WEIR'S GABAGE 

Claude F. "Weir, Proprietor. Oar- 
age, Repairs, Accessories, Oxy- 
Acetylene Welding, Oils and Greas- 
es. Ford Service Station. (See 
Advt.) 

Wells J sec hand A L M & D Co 
Wevurski F filer A L M & D Co 

'WKITCHEI^O, F. J. R., Z^ZMITED 

Departmental Store. "VTe Sell 
Everytliing." 

White F E bee keeping 

White Silas Fof Abbotsford Meat 

Market 
Williams Mary A farming 
Williams T shoemaker 
Woolacott 'W emp A L M & D Co 
Wright Geo R of Abbotsford Garage 
Yarwood C S elk Royal Bank 
Yarwood & Durrant barristers and 

solicitors (branch office) 
Ziegler G carpenter A L M & D Co 
Ziegler O lab A L. M & D Co 

Abbott Mountain, 7,710 feet, situ- 
ated to the south of Glacier. 

ABERDEEN 

a settlement in the Skeena district 3 
miles from Prince Rupert, the near- 
est business centre. Address mail 
via Prince Rupert. 



Aberdeen Lake, 4 miles long, 18 
miles southeast of Vernon. 

Abrahamson Creek, 8 miles long, 
runs into Trout Lake, West Kootenay. 

ACADIA 

a Dominion Government Long Dis- 
tance Telephone office on north shore 
of Shuswap Lake, 3 miles from Celis- 
ta, the post office. 
Green J R rancher and tel agt 

ADAMANT 

a flag station on the C. P. R. Kaslo- 
Xakusp branch, 12 miles northwest 
of Kaslo the P. O. and nearest tele- 
graph business centre, in Kaslo Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. 
Thompson O C lessee Utica Mines 

Ltd 
Utica Mines Ltd C F Caldwell vice- 

pres and mgr T R French sc-c sil- 

verhead, 6^ miles. 

Acteon Sound, at the west end of 
Drury Inlet. 

Active Pass, between Mayne and 
Galiano Islands, Straits of Georgia. 
Active Pass Lighthouse is on Georgia 
Point, Mayne Island. 

Adams Creek, 11 miles long, runs 
into Johnstone Strait, 16 miles west 
of Port Kusam. 

ADAMS LAKE 

a post office and settlement on Ad- 
ams Lake 15 miles north of Shus- 
wap and 12 miles from Chase, the 
banking centre, on C. P. R., in Kam- 
loops Provincial Electoral District. 
Has Government Telephone. Adams 
Lake is 45 miles long. 
Adams Lake Mining Co silver lead 

L Lincoln supt 
Anderson A trapper and i-ancher 
Currie A rancher and PM 
Currie D ranching 
Gollon E trapper and rancher 
Gordon Ben stock farming 
Henderson Wm rancher anr prspctr 
Homestake Mine H Cameron mgr 

silver lead 
Johnson Joe ranching 
Morgan J A ranching 
Potter W E ranching and frt contr 
Stratton A ranching 
Todd Chas stock farming 
Woolford H ranching 

Adams River, 45 miles long, flows 
from Tumtum Lake south through 
Adams Lake and enters Shuswap 
Lake 10 miles northeast of Shuswap. 

Addenbroke Point, on the north 
side of the entrance to Rivers Inlet. 

Adeane Point, at the southeast 
corner of Knight Inlet. 

ADELA 

4 miles south of Vancouver. (See 
names under Vancouver). 

ADELPHI 

a post office and ranching settle- 
ment in Kamloops Provincial Elec- 
toral District, about 20 miles south- 
east of Ducks and one miles from 
Grande Prairie, reached by stage 
from Ducks. Has telegraph office. 
Population 400. Local resources: 

Farming and ranching. 
Adelphi Hotel Mrs Barrett prop 




Any way yon look at 
it, the best buy in the 
neat slicer Torld. 
Wide Carriage 
En.l Clamp 
Ball Bearings 
Silent Operation 
Lo-.v Price 
Best Ser\-!ce 
Easy Terms 

Scale Shop Ltd 

W. E. WAXTEB 

Sey. 2881 Mgr. 
VANCOtrVER 



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AMERICAM 

LIFE 

Assurance Co. 

Head Office: 
Toronto, Ont 

L W. Kteoleyside 

Provincial 
Manager 

Suite 317-321 

470 Granville 

Street 

Phone 
Sejrmour 225 

Vancouver 

B. C. 



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D. B. 

Johnstone 

FARMS 

CATTLE 
RANCHES 

CITY 

PROPERTY 

GENERAL 

INSURANCE 

Auctioneer 

Estab. 1911 

F. O. BOX 518 

Kamloops 



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think of 



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and want it 
quick — ^think 
of 

A. 
HAZELDINE 
PRINTING 
COMPANY 

303 Hastings 
St. West 

Vancouver 

B.C. 



Allison Robt A surveyor 

Baynes Ernest G J farming 

Bedell H E farming 

Blain David L ranching 

Brown A G farming 

Bulman Jos ranching 

Butler Robt W farming 

Campbell Wm H farming 

Clemes Jas farming 

Clemitson Percy R farming 

Clemitson T J farming 

Cotton Percy C farming 

Eagle John W ranching 

Estrup P W stage driver 

Gaven F R cattle raising 

Gordon Francis G ranching 

Gough David C railroad engineer 

Graham Lawrence farming 

Marker C farming 

Harper G C farming 

Hoole Edw W gen store and P M 

Ingram Jas S farming 

Jones B ranching 

Jones Leslie W ranching 

Jones W H sec Grande Prairie School 

Board 
Kerr Jas R farming 
Kine Fred farming 
Lorway John M railroad engineer 
McCormick John L farming 
McDonald Daniel A Prov Police const 
Mcintosh Daniel farming 
McMordie Robt A RR emp 
Morrow Percy C farming 
Mounsey Albert J farming 
Neill Douglas E emp CNR 
Ness Lovis farming 
Noble Ernest farming 
Pearse Stanley J farming 
Praeger Edw W hotel mgr 
Pringle Alex farming 
Pringle J mill owner 
Pringle Thos farming 
Riddell Forrest E farming 
Riddell Geo N farming 



Riddell Robt J farming 
Robinson Guy H cook 
Smith Richard C farming 
Talbot Henry E farming 
Teagle Robt C farming 
Thynne Bevil farming 
Vallance Robt farming 
Watson Hunter farming 
Westrup Jas W forest ranger 
White Chas K farming 
Whiting Edw W farming 
Wilson Wm farming 
Wolf H C mixed farming 
Wood Thos farming 
Woods R G. dairy farming 

Admiral Island, now called Salt 
Spring Island. 

ADMIRALS ROAD 

on the E. & N. Ry., 3 miles from 
Victoria. (See names under Vic- 
toria.) 

ADRA 

a station on K. V. Ry., 22 miles east 
of Penticton, the nearest post office. 
No agent. Charges must be prepaid. 
Afton Mountain, situated south of 
Glacier. 

AGAMEMNON BAY 

a logging camp on Agamemnon Chan- 
nel, between northwest coast of Se- 
chelt Peninsula and Nelson Island, 
reached by Union S. S. Co.'s boats 
from Vancouver, on the Jervis Inlet 
route. Westmere is the post office. 
Linder & McLanahan logging 
Spence H (Ruby Lake) 

Agamemnon Channel, between the 
northwest coast of Sechelt Peninsula 
and Nelson Island. 



Agassiz 



a village and post office in Yale Pro- 
vincial Electoral District on the C. 
P. R. main line, 10 miles east of 
Vancouver. Has C. P. Telegraph, lo- 
cal and long distance B. C. Tele- 
phone, Dominion Express and Bank of 
Montreal. Auto stages connect with 
Harrison Hot Springs, 5 miles north, 
and Chilliwack. A Dominion Gov- 
ernment Experimental Farm of 300 
acres is located here. Dairying, mix- 
ed farming and hop-growing. Popu- 
lation, 750. Anglican, Methodist, 
Presbyterian and R. C. churches. 

Aamont Chris farming 
Agassiz Co-operative Assn Wm Hen- 
ley mgr general store 
Agassiz Meat Market (R J Banford) 
Agassiz Lewis A farming JP 
Agassiz Women's Institute Mrs E H 

Probert secretary 
Amos Geo W mining 
Anderson Oskar mining 
Anthony Frank E mixed farming 
Archibald Caroline P stenogr Dom 

Experimental Farm 
Arvidson Otto F mining 
Ashton R L mixed farming JP 
Baker F T farming poultry 
Baker Harry M mixed farming 

BAKBR, NEIiSON T. 

Fire Insurance Agrent and Notary 
Public. 

Banford R J prop Agassiz Meat Mkt 
Bank of Montreal A MacCallum mgr 



Berg John mining 

Bella Vista Hotel Mrs R Probert prop 

Boletti Vittorio 

Boynton Robt G mixed farming 

Bridson R with Dom Experi Farm 

British Columbia Hop Co Ltd A M 
Greyall mgr 

British Columbia Telephone Co R G 
Roach local manager 

Bruce E A Dom veterinary surgeon 

Cable Wm clerk A E Webster 

Caignou Frank mixed farming 

Calvert Harry L postmaster 

Cameron R M mixed farming 

Campbell Jas mgr R J Banford 

Campbell John A farming 

Chaplain Suther P mixed farming 
sec Cattle Breeders 

Cheam Lodge No 28 lOOF 

Chrystall Wm stableman Dom Exper- 
imental Farm 

Clarke Russel D agent CPR 

Court T E farming 

Cronin Cornelius mining 

Currie Jas M mining 

Cuthbert W J mixed farming 

Dahl A mixed farming 

DOMIinOir BZPBBIMENTAI^ 
TAXM 
W. H. HickB, Superintendent. 

Dumas Frank J mining 

Else Isaac mixed farming 

Fitch Frank L millman 

Fong Tong general store 

Fooks Harry notary public 

Force Chas retired 



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Fozzard John teamster 
Fraser Jas gardener Dom Exp Farm 
Gillis J D boarding house confec- 
tionery and real estate 
Gillis J W C bookseller 
GWVA A H Jones president 
Green Arthur W farming teaming 

and contractor 
Green Wm sec U F of B C 
Greyell Albt M mgr B C Hop Co 
Guild C M farming teaming 
Hamilton Melville E miner 
Hardy Eli N farm-hand 
Hardy J M mixed farming 
Hardy Thos mixed farming 
Hardy Wm R farm-hand 
Harper G with Dom Exp Farm 
Harrington Ed D shoe-repajrer 
Hay Robt teamster 
Heath Wm cabinet maker and carp 
Henley A F 
Henley W mixed farming and mgr 

Agassiz Co-operative Assn 
Henry John merchant 
Hewer Renginald H mining engineer 
Heywood O H farming 
Hicks W H supt Dom Exp Farm 
Hillman Lance E millman 
Hogg Hubert clerk 

Horwell A blacksmith farmg impts 
Houser Wm L mining 
Hubbard Oliver carpenter 
Huntingford C S farming 
Inkman Carl J mgr general store 
Inkman Chas taxi 
Inkman Frank E frt agt CPR 
Inkman M, Carl J Inkman mgr gen- 
eral store and meats 
Joynt Saml mixed farming 
Keene L Rose dairymaid Dom Exp 

Farm 
Kennedy Thos teamster Dom Exp 

Farm 
Kent Farmers Inst Harry Fooks sec 
Kuhn Vernon R D poultryman Dom 

Exp Farm 
Lancaster Rev C M Meth minister 
Laxton Ethel M school principal 
Limbert E bee keeping 
Logan Capt J J farming stock 
Lovell Cecil emp Dom Exp Farm 
Lovell Chas sec foreman CPR 
Luyat F farming and bees 
MacBean Kenneth asst supt Domin- 
ion Experimental Farm 
McCaffrey Peter S phys Prov Med 

Officer 
MacCalluri Alex mgr Bank of Mont 
MacCallum Hugh bee keeping 
McCallum Miss J teacher Hot Spring 

school 
McCallum Malcolm mixed farming 
McCauley Duncan mixed farming 
McCorkrell Miss teacher 
McDonald A A farming dairy 
McDonald C mixed farming 
McDonald Mrs F A mixed farming 
McDonald Lachlan emp Dom Experi- 
mental Farm 
McKay A foreman Dom Exp Farm 
McKay Leslie emp Dom Exp Farm 
McKittrick Wm farming 
McLean Clarence farming 
McLean Henry farming 
McLean Jas retired 
McLean John mixed farming 
MacPherson Angus M mining 
McPherson Stewart mixed farming 
McRae Bernice opr B C Tel Co 
McRae Duncan F meat market and 

grain grinder 
McRae F G farming 
McRae Isabelle ledger Bank of Mont 
McRae John contractor MLA 
McRae John A farming bees 
Mackie Wm farming stock 
Magill Robt A farming 
Marshall Capt Chas retired 



Marshall Henry M mixed farming 

Martin Emil mixed farming bees 

Mitchell J mixed farming 

Moore Capt Wm S farming JP 

Morrow Darcy farming 

Mowat Hugh E teller Bank of Mont 

Muir John emp Dom Exp Farm 

Mulligan Hugh laborer 

Musselwhite W herd Dom Exp Farm 

Nichols Geo rancher 

Nurse Geo farming 

Ogilvie Geo clerk A C Webster 

Ogilvie Margaret E bookkeeper A C 

Webster 
Peterson Gustav mining 
Petterkin Henry D dairy farming 
Pollock Andw with Dom Exp Farm 
Pollock Mrs Jane mgr boarding house 

Dominion Experimental Farm 
Presley Joseph millman 
Probert Evan H mgr B V Hotel 
Probert Mrs R prop Bella Vistal Htl 
Richards E M farming 
Richards J E mixed farming 
Roach R G local mgr B C Tel Co 
Roney Bess school teacher 
Russell Edw mixed farming 
Saunders Ernest mixed farming 
Sherraden Albert farming 
Sinclair Finlay farming cattle bees 
Singh Bhagwan dairy farming 
Skeene Elizabeth opr B C Tel Co 
Smith A W mixed farming 
Smith Chas farming 
Spencer & Slaut general store 
Stewart J laborer Dom Exp Farm 
Stock Saml emp Dom Exp Farm 
Strang Walterina clerk A C Webster 
Strogren Michael mining 
Sumpter Annie clerk E J Webb 
Sutherland H D mixed farming 
Thompson Lome F logging contr 
Trenholme A A mixed farming 
Trenholme F G mixed farming 
Trinder John laborer 
Trough ton "V\'m teacher 
Turkington Rev J S Anglican clergy 
Tuyttens J dairy farming 
Tuyttens M mixed farming 
Tyrer Sadie E assistant PM 
United Farmers of B C Wm Green 

sec 
Vance Benj mixed farming 
Vanslyke Bertha opr BC Tel Co 
Vanslyke J L mixed farming 
Wade Mable school teacher 
Wodel A mixed farming 
Walker Wm mixed farming 
TVebb Ernest general store 
Weston J E mixed farming 
Whelpton Margaret J farming 
W^helpton Walter mixed farming 
Whitman Jean principal high school 
Williamson Wm K mixed farming 
Wilson John mixed farming 
Wilson P dairy farming 
Wilson R J dairy farming 
Young Chas W laboratory asst Dom 

Health of Animals Dept 
Young Colin emp Dom Exp Farm 

AGATE 

a settlement in Kettle Valley, Cari- 
boo District, near Dot, which is the 
nearest business point and post of- 
fice. 

Agate Bay, on west side of Adams 
Lake. 

Agate Creek, 5 miles long, runs into 
Nicola River 15 miles southeast of 
Spence's Bridge. 

AGERTON 

a P. O. and ranching settlement In 
Cariboo Provincial Electoral District, 
1 mile from Pemberton on the P. G. 



T. N. 

Hibben 
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and Society 

Stationers 

View Books 

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Maps 

School 

Supplies 

Office 
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Adding 
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1417 
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Victoria 



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B. L. 

Johnson, 
Walton 

& CO. 



Shippinsr 

and 
Marine 

Insurance 

Agfents 

Towing 

Contractors 

I.ONG 
DISTANCE 
TOVTINO A 
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Brokers 

for the Sale, 

Purchase 

and 

Charter 

of Ships 

850 Hastings 
W. 

Vancouver, 
B. c. 



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Drink 
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HXGH 

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OP 

Soda Water 
Ginger Ale 

Cream Soda 
Lemonade 
Strawberry 
Raspberry 
Cherry 
Orange 
Root Beer 

Sarsaparilla 

Sold In 
Assorted Cases 

Vancouver 

Victoria 

Nelson 



E. Ry., the nearest shipping and 

telegraph point. See also Pemberton 

Meadows. 

Agerton Lodge J Faillefer prop 

Baker X J cattle raising 

Barbour C dairy farming 

Derrick H farming 

Faillefer J prop Agerton Lodge 

Grady J farming 

Groat G farming 

Kiltz Vernon E asst mgr P T Co 

Kiltz Wm C mgr Pemberton Tradin.^ 

Co and PM 
Lee O farming 
Lokken J farming 
Pemberton Trading Co W C Kiltz 

mgr gen store 
Nicholson Ian mixed farming 
Pemberton Hotel W N Tuck prop 
Taillefer J mixed farming 
Tuck W N prop Pemberton Hotel 
United Farmers of B C W C Girling 

sec 

Agnes Island, in Kennedy Lake, 
Vancouver Island. 

AHOUSAT 

a post office and fishing station on 
Floras Island, west coast of Van- 
couver Island, midway between Bar- 
clay and Nootka Sounds, 90 miles 
northwest of Port Alberni, the near- 
est post office, reached by C. P. R 
West Coast steamers, which leave 
Victoria on the 1st, 10th and 20th o 
each month. Dominion Government 
Telephone station and Presbyterian 
mission for the Indians here. The 
district offers opportunity for log- 
ging, mining and fishing. 
Ahousat Supply Co gen store 
August Wm gen store 
Canadian Fishing Co 
Fitzpatrick Edw farming 
Gibson Lumber & Shingle Mill 
Millar Rev J L missionary and PM 

AINSWORTH 

a post office and mining town in the 
Kaslo Provincial Electoral District, 
on the west side of Kootenay Lake. 
12 miles south of Kaslo, the bank- 
ing centre, and 28 northeast of Nel- 
son; reached by C. P. R. lake steam- 
ers. Dominion Express, C. P. and 
B. C. Telephones. Has public school. 
Population, 250. The district offers 
opportunities in mining and the na- 
tural hot water springs attract many 
tourists and rheumatic patients. 
Bridges Chas mining 
Brown Geo carpenter 
Cazzazz M barber 
Central Hotel Robt Thompson prop 

hotel and hot springs 
Cowan A T general store 
Duncan F millman 
Fletcher John mgr H Giegerich 
Florence Mine H E Hewer supt silver 

lead 
Gallagher Mine McVicar & Smith 

mgrs silver lead 
Giegerich Henry gen store minin'j 
Gilchrist Duncan prospector 
Grant Donald prospector 
Grant King Hotel Sarah A King prop 
Hardy J E prospector 
Harman C E miner 
Hawes Jos foreman 
Highland Mine Cons M & S Co Ltd 

owners 
Home L foreman 

Jones Hugh cigars and soft drinks 
Kennedy Frank mining 



King Sarah A prop Grant King Hotel 
and postmistress 

Lane Wm E livery and transfer 

Little Phil Mine J W Smith mgr 
silver lead 

McDougall Jas mining 

McLellan David master mechanic 

McLellan Everett miner 

McLellan Lafayette foreman 

McLeod Glen mill employee 

McLeod Rodk A prospector 

McPherson Geo mining 

McVicar & Smith mgrs Gallagher 
Mine 

Morrison Phil miner 

Nelson Otto lessor Little Phil Mine 

Parson Harry millwright 

Peter-son Emil mining 

Rossiter Chas prospector 

Scradden Geo ranching 

Skyline Mine H Giegerich mgr silver 

Smith J W mine manager 

Smith W D mine lessor 

Smith W J (United Mine) notary 

Spokane Trinket Mine Jas McDou- 
gall manager silver lead 

Tariff Mine J W Smith mgr silver 
lead 

Thompson Robt prop Central Hotel 

United Mine (W J Smith) 

Air Pit, on the south of Turnour 
Island. 

AIREY'S LANDING 

Now known as Cedar Point, which 
see. 

AIYANSH 

a post office and Indian village in 
Atlin Provincial Electoral District, 
on the Naas River, reached by boat 
from Mill Bay, at mouth of Naas 
River, distant 60 miles; and 150 from 
Prince Rupert. The valley is suited 
for mixed farming and fruit. Gov- 
ernment pre-emption reserve extends 
for 25 miles, 2 miles on either side 
of the river. Has Dominion Gov- 
ernment Telegraph office. Popula- 
tion, 68 whites and 260 Indians. 

Calnin P farmer 

Gordon S C farmer 

Priestly A F gen store and P M 

Spencer B A farmer 

Stewart Wm market gardener 

Studdy J telegraph opr 

Thorne Rev O in charge Anglican 

Mission 
Vetter J farmer 



Akamina Branch, 8 miles long, tri- 
butary of Kish-e-neh-na Creek, south- 
east Kootenay. 

Akolkolex Creek, a tributary on left 
bank of Columbia River, 10 miles 
north of Arrowhead. 

Aktaklin Lake, 5 miles long, 105 
miles east of Bella Coola. 



ALAMO 

a siding at the Alamo Concentrator 
near Sandon, on the Kaslo-Nakusp 
branch of the C. P. R. in Slocan Prov. 
Elect. District. Three Forks is near- 
est C. P. R. station, distant 1 mile, 
and New Denver nearest C. P. R. 
Telegraph office and the business 
centre, distant 3% miles. Popula- 
tion, 50. Local resources: Mining. 
Sandon is the post office. 



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Alamo Mine C Cunningham supt 

Butchart H L postmaster 

Queen Bess Mine C Cunningham supt 

ALBAS 

a post office and settlement in the 
North Okanagan Provincial Elector- 
al District on Shuswap Lake, reach- 
ed by steamboat from Sicamous, dis- 
tant 28 miles, the nearest railway 
and telegraph point. Local residents 
consist of pre-emptors, trappers and 
prospectors. Good hunting and mag- 



nificent climate. 
Bass Caleb A ranching 
Berg Andrew pre-emptor 
Branham J logging 
Fosmo John miner and pre-emptor 
Goabout Samuel A pre-emptor 
Godabout Alphonso L farming 
Jackson Edgerton pre-emptor 
Martin Peter pre-emptor 
Pederson Mathias pre-emptor 
Pinniger John pre-emptor 
Sjoquist Chas O PM JP and deputy 
mining recorder 



Alberni 



When the visitor arrives in the Al- 
berni 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 Avoca 
meet, and the poet exclaimed: "There 
is not in the wide world a valley so 
sweet." Here is a valley where the 
heart of man can find supreme sat- 
isfaction, if he is not wedded to 
the gridiron-patterned city of ce- 
ment and brick, with its accompany- 
ing discordance of street sounds, its 
senseless rush and hurry, its poor- 
rich people with their half cared, 
care-marked faces. Alberni, then, 
must be considered first as a dis- 



raspberries, and all that a mild tem- 
perate area can produce. There are 
mountains which are a perpetual 
charm to the eye; lakes 20 miles long 
and alive with fish, as are also the 
rivers and the sea, which touch the 
south end of the valley and gives a 
fine harbor for shipping of any di- 
mensions that may call here. So we 
have mountains, valleys, lakes, woods, 
fruit, fish, game in abundance, mild 
climate, 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 have a prosperous future. 
The wheels of prosperity are already 
humming. At the south end of the 
Alberni Valley are the twin cities of 




trict, and now for a summary of this 
truly wonderful area: The Alberni 
Valley is about 25 miles long and 
an average of about 4 miles wide. 
This is practically all capable of be- 
ing turned to agricultural account. 
Today, the bulk of it is covered with 
one of the grandest stands of timber 
that North America can show. Here 
is where the giant firs and cedars 
form a reserve of wealth that ensures 
activity for thousands of people for 
many years to come. Down this 
wonderland valley flows the Somass 
River, which, before reaching the 
sea at the end of the valley, is 
strengthened in volume by the wa- 
ters of the Stamp and Ash rivers, 
and flows on through some of the 
most enchanting beauty spots that 
form the ideal homesites of this dis- 
trict. The climate is mild; all kinds 
of fruit, such as apples, pears, cher- 
ries, plums, strawberries, peaches. 



Alberni and Port Alberni, which ad- 
join and form practically one, being 
divided merely for municipal pur- 
poses. In these towns will be found 
up-to-date stores, sawmills, churches, 
schools (including high school), hos- 
pital, and all essentials to modern 
requirements. Has office of Provin- 
cial Government Agent, Provincial 
Assessor and Collector, Land Com- 
missioner Alberni Land Recording 
District, Alberni District Registrar 
of the County Court, Provincial Po- 
lice Constable, Gold Commissioner 
and Mining Recorder Alberni Mining 
Division, Agent Dominion Depart- 
ment of Indian Affairs, Government 
Telegraph and Telephone. A branch 
of the C. P. R. serves the valley and 
the two towns, and gives regular 
service to Victoria, Nanaimo, Van- 
couver and all points on the C. P. 
R. system. Besides rail communica- 
tion, a steamship service connects 



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Modern Office 
Supply €o. Ltd. 

DESKS 

Chairs 

Tables 

Bookcases 

FILING 
CABINETS 

AND 
SUPPLIES 

Non-Shine 

Felt Chair Pads 

(They save the 

clothes) 

Modem 
Furniture 

for the 

Modem 
Office 

163 Pender St. 
West 

Vancouver 

B.C. 



with Victoria and the west coast of 
"Vancouver Island. Population, 1,000. 
(Signed) li M. WHYTE, 
Secretary Board of Trade. 

Albeml City Officers 

Mayor — Jas. R. Motion. 
Clerk — C. J. Spratt. 

B. C. Oovemment Officers 

Govt. Agent — A. G. Freeze. 
Assr. and Collr. — A. G. Freeze. 
Constable — H. N. Wood. 
Adams J farming 
Ainsworth J E retired 
Alberni Farmers' Institute T S Grieve 
secretary 

AZ^BBBNI GABAGB 

Don. 'Watson, Prop. (See advt.) 

Alberni Land Co farming 

Alberni Livery J J Burke prop 

Alford A small fruits 

Anderson E logger 

Anderson Gus logger 

Andrews J poultry raising 

Arlington Hotel (D McKenzie) 

Atkinson T farming 

Bagshaw Rev G A rector Anglican 

church 
Bain Rev H A Presbyterian minister 
Balfour A F upholsterer 
Bartlett T T J const Indian Dept 
Battye Oscar mill owner 
Bayne D J laborer 
Bayne Elton chauffeur 
Bayne E J farming 
Bayne P R C foreman Alberni Land 

Company 
Bayne R S mixed farming 
Beck A J mixed farming 
Bevan W P road supt 
Bigmore A laborer 



Bigmore C clerk 

Bigmore F laborer 

Bigmore W G sec I L A rancher 

Bishop C F & Son grocers 

Bishop F Harold of C H Bishop & 

Son 
Blackman C W sec frmn E & N Ry 
Blackman Norman bank clerk 
Blakemore A H contr builder 
Bland Jos farming 
Blandy G W log scaler 
Blandy John E retired 
Bledsoe F X auto mech 
Bledsoe J F mining eng 
Bledsoe R C clerk J M Thompson 
Blight Fred mixed farming 
Blundell J cook 
Brand Fred lumber mfr 
Brown E A musician 
Browne H H land surveyor 
Bryand H laborer 
Burke Cathlene elk Pineo Bros 
Burke J J prop Alberni Livery 
Burke R auto mech 
Campbell Miss J school teacher 
Campbell Murdoch tailor 
Carter & Murray groceries hardware 

sporting goods 
Chase C mixed farming 
Clarke D retired 
Clarke J gardener 
Clarke N laborer 
Clarke Richard C gas eng 
Clegg J photographer 
Coleman E blacksmith 
Coleman J farming 
Coleman Wm farming and poultry 
Cook H E poultry 
Cousins S E laborer 
Cowley F A rancher 
Cowley Fred farming 
Cowley Harry V farming 
Cox G A Indian agent 



DON WATSON, Proprietor 



Phone 79; Private M62 



ALBERNI GARAGE 

At the End of the Pacific Highway 

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Cox Dora steno Indian Dept 

Croll Miss A J school teacher 

Cross Mrs A J pres Women's Inst 

Croll Estella G steno Govt office 

Croll Capt J A tug boat 

Croll Sidney engineer 

Currie H G prin Indian boarding 

school 
Currie Mrs M J housekeeper Indian 

boarding school 
Darby Robt farming 
Darragh A J rancher 
Davis A J poultryman 
Dawson A H fisherman 
De Clute Melville carpenter 
Derby S J farming 
Derby W^m H teamster 
Dolan M J logger 
Dootson Davie painter 
Drinkwater Alfred carpenter 
Drinkwater B farming 
I Drinkwater F E farming 
Drinkwater Geo trapper 
Drinkwater Joe A prop Atk Hotel 
Drinkwater John H trapper 
Duff Cameron stage 
Duff Mrs C A janitress pub schools 
Duff Fred clerk 

Eaton Saml H painter and decorator 
Eckland Gus farming 
Edlund Gus logger 
Edlund Xels farming 
Erickson Axel logger 
Erickson Gus laborer 
Evans R W plumbing farming 
Evanson Saml miner 
Ferrier David rancher 
Flaherty John "W logging contr 
Forrest Geo bldg contr undertaker 
Forrest Jas carpenter 
Forsyth John mech Alberni Garage 
Eraser Jas D retired 
Freeze Arthur G Govt Agt Prov Assr 

and CoUr Gold Commr and Min- 
ing Recorder 
Frost E E road foreman 
Gibson Robt T caretaker C Vander- 

bilt's ranch 
Gill E L mixed farming 
Gill Kelly boomtender 
Gill Leslie bank clerk 
Glanville "W A mixed farming 
Glassford Rev T S retired 
Goodall E mixed farming and sec 

Beaver Lodge 
Goodall Trevor bees and poultry 
Green Walter farming 
Greenard Frank cutter 
Greenard Ralph engineer 
Greenup E bees farming 
Greigg Don trapper 
Greigg Frank logger 
Grieve John teaming and wood 
Grieve T G mixed farming 
Grieve T S bee keeping sec Cherry 

Creek Valley School Board 
Griffin Margaret steno Public Works 

Office 
Guillod Mrs Kate (widow) 
Hamilton Geo laborer 
Handy S W janitor 
Hanna L A barrister 
Harvey C T retired 
Haslam Mrs P A Govt teleg opr 
Hayne C B surveyor's asst 
Hayne Lorna nurse 
Heaslip C S stage 
Heaslip J W millwright 
Heaslip R 'W carpenter contractor 
Heath Albt W farming 
Heath F W mixed farming 
Hills Albt appr Alberni Garage 
Hills A C teamster 
Hills A P hatcheryman 
Hills Henry gardening 
Hills J farming 
Hills J jr chauffeur 
Hills W J chauffeur 



Hoard H A logging contractor 

Hodgson Mrs E sec school board 

Hodgson H M T civil engineer 

Holcombe C laborer 

Holt M L dry goods boots shoes 

Holt Wm M postmaster 

Homewood Edw meat market 

Hotchkiss R J dairying 

Howitt B J J prin school 

Huff Capt G A retired 

Irving R millman 

James Chas engineer 

Johnston Albert laborer 

Johnston Eddie engineer 

Kerr Duncan fisherman 

King Fredk farming 

Kingsley F L miner 

Knight E laborer 

Lee A Wood County Court 

LeSuener Miss E ladies' companion 

Lindsay H W mixed farming 

Locke E boats for hire 

Lord A H retired 

Luke C C retired 

Lynn A A lineman Dom Tel 

McCarter W mill mgr 

Mclntyre W G retired 

Mackay A jr cutter E F Woodward 

Mackay Alex laborer 

McKenzie D Arlington Hotel 

McKenzie Donald H laborer 

McKenzie J A laborer 

McKenzie Mrs M (widow) 

McMillan A W mixed farming 

JfcXeil Jas farming 

McNiff J A stationery and confecty 

McNiff Richard stage 

Maher Thos lab and rancher 

Manuel John blacksmtih 

Marcon W H real est and JP 

Mark G W farming 

Marlowe A retired 

Mario w^e E farming 

Marven D saw mill 

Mayer H E bookkeeper 

Miles D high rigger 

Miles Fred teamster 

Miles P retired 

Miles P D logger 

Miles P D jr millman 

Miles "Vivian nurse 

Milligan Dan logger 

Milligan Margaret clerk 

Milligan Robt carpenter 

Milligan R H farming 

Milligan "Wm teamster 

Moore E mixed farming 

Moore Thos logger 

Moore Wm logger 

Morgan A D physician 

Motion Gordon logging 

Motion Jas R real est ins and mayor 

MuUer Mrs F (wfdow^) 

Murray Elizabeth (retired) 

Myrum B T retired 

Xeill Hon A "W (MP) mgr Pioneer 

Feed Co agt Imp Oil Ltd 
Nicholas W G mixed farming 
O'Brien Herbert engineer 
Olander J P farming 
Orr J farming 

Packard John R caretkr Govt office 
Paterson Agnes asst to postmaster 
Paterson G A mechanic 
Patterson J M millworker 
Patterson T M laundryman 
Paul Allan warehouseman 
Paul Wm teamster 
Paxton Clyde chauffeur 
Pender Geo emp A P Lbr Co 
Phillips "W farming 
Phillips "W A poultry 
Piggott W R J elk J M Thomson 
Pineo A J Unitarian minister 
Pineo Bros (C M and H D) drugs 

and stationery 
Pineo Lou a druggist 




T. H. BOOTHE 
Estab. 1908 

Okanagan 

FRUIT 
FARMS 

Penticton 

HOMES 

Write for List 
of Bargains 

T. H. 
BOOTHE 

Penticton, B. C. 



General 
Battery 
Service 

IiIMTTED 
DistribTitors 

Storage 
Batteries 

2000 

Granville 

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CREDIT 
SERVICE 

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736 Granville St 

Vancouver 

B.C. 



Pioneer Feed Coal & Oil Co Ltd 
A W Neill mgr 

Plaunt T farmingr 

Prescott W R H farming 

Pridham A P mixed farming 

Pugh R poultry 

Pybus Dr John A retired 

Quan Yack general store 

Rand S farming 

Randerson S farming 

Randle A E bookkeeper 

Randle J E farming 

Redford J farming 

Redford W D fisherman 

Rice E O trapper 

Richardson Alex teamster 

Richardson Geo rancher 

Richardson J Shirley eng and saw 
filer 

Robinson J bees 

Rochester A fishing 

Roff Geo C elk Govt office 

Roper J M mixed farming 

Ross E E farming 

Ross J T missionary 

Rumney J sec frmn E & N Ry 

Rust Mrs F housekpr Arlington Ht! 

Saunders R farming 

Schofield J farming 

Sederholme Axel wood cutter 

Sederholme Oscar logger 

Skipsey J T mixed farming 

Smith A L real est agt 

Smith M engineer 

Sohier F laborer 

Somers I E farming 

Spencer Geoffrey farming 

Spencer G A mixed farming 

Spratt C J city elk and assessor 
poultry 

Stephens M A surveyor 

Stolth J millworker 

Strick J T laborer 

Strick Wm N farming 

Stringer J retired 

Swanson Lizzie nurse 

Swanson Wm carpenter 

Tai Kee rest and store 

Tani M grocer and confecty 

Taylor C sta eng farming 

Taylor C jr mixed farming 

Taylor Miss E poultry and bees 

Taylor J engineer 

Tebo M retired 

Thompson A T mixed farming 

Thompson Oliver C farming 

Thomson J McGregor gen store 

Thomson Robt W farming- 
Thomson Wm T farming 

Toms H E laborer 

Toy S warehouse CPR 

Van Puyenbrook J bookkeeper 

Vaughan Mrs M poultry 

Von Brendal J logger 

Von Crendel Ludwig farming 

Vucer J laborer 

Walker Basil E mill owner 

Wark Mrs J sum resort Sprout Lak" 

Watson D prop Alberni Garage 

Watson J B stage 

Watts Wattie farming 

Wayland T H business agt I L A 

Weiner N H farming 

West A H tallyman 

West E millman 

West J millman 

White Harold emp E Homewood 

Whitesides Kat sch tchr Indian Mis- 
sion 

Whitesldes Mrs M E charwoman 

Whitesides Tom laborer 

Whitsell J C sawyer 

Whittaker Peter rest and bakery 

Whyte E M Dom Exp and sta agt sec 
Board of Trade 

Wilkinson J miner 

Williamson G farming 

Wood H N Prov constable 



Woodward Ernest F meat mark* 
Woodward Ernest G farming 
Woodward Herb teamster 
Woodward H farming 
Wrotnowski A farming 
Wrotnowski Laddy bank clerk 
Wrotnowski S farming 

Alberni Canal, a long channel on 
the west coast of Vancouver Island, 
running inland from Barclay Sound 
to Port Alberni. It is about 25 miles 
in length and 1 mile wide, and is 
navigable the entire distance for all 
sizes of ships. 



ALBERT CANYON 

a village and post office in the Rev- 
elstoke Provincial Electoral District, 
on the Illicillewaet River and main 
line C. P. R., 20 miles east of Rev- 
elstoke. Dominion Express, C. P. R. 
Telegraph. Population, 100. Local 
resources: Mining properties, big 
game hunting and natural hot 
springs. 

Aho John loco fireman 
Bysouth J sec foreman 
Carlson Chas mixed farming sec of 

school board 
Durham A trapper 
Forrest F E 
Graham Thos gen store 
Holder Frank agt CPR and PM 
Lazzarotto J sec foreman 
Lennard O watchman 
Lennard S watchman 
McSorley John firewarden 
Porter C A telegraph operator 
Ratcliffe Mrs Geo mixed farming 
Sandberg Ole mining 
Smith W J teleg opr 
Skogstrom J farming 

Albert Edward Mountain, 6,968 feet, 
25 miles northwest of Cumberland, 
Vancouver Island. 

ALBERT HEAD 

a farming settlement, 12 miles out 
of Victoria, in the E.squimalt Pro- 
vincial Electoral District, served by 
R. M. D. No. 1 from Victoria, also 
stage and boat. Colwood on the E. 
& N. Ry., 7 mileg, naarest rail. 
Metchosin, 6 miles nearest boat 
landing. 

Ashe Edw P farming 

Ashe Gilbert P mixed farming 

Deveson Alfred G farming 

Ellis J H 

Fawcett Jas H farming 

Foster John road frmn 

Georgeson Alan poultry 

Hannan C J poultry raising 

Hart E C physician 

Higgs Fredk F mixed farming 

Homer Ben stage to Victoria 

Homer Paul mixed farming 

Jacobson E engineer 

Mcllwaine Thos mixed farming 

Murray A farming 

Murray J farming 

Peters .Tas mixed farming 

Porter Maurice A 

Producers Rock & Gravel Co G 

Trenchard supt 
Reese S fireman 
Saltmarsh Jas farming 
Sheriff Geo carpenter 
Spence Geo farming 
Spencer Thos laborer 
Trenchard G W supt Producers' Rock 

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Albert Mountain, 8,260 feet, at the 
head of Princess Louise Inlet, Jer- 
vls Inlet. 

Albert Point, on Upper Arrow 
L.ake, 7 miles south of Arrowhead. 

ALBERTA BAY 

a steamer landing on Howe Sound, 
in the North Vancouver Provincial 
Electoral District. No residents. 



ALBION 

a post office and settlement in the 
Dewdney Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, on the C. P. R. main line, 30 
miles east of Vancouver and 3 east 
of Haney. Served also by Fraser 
River steamers to Albion Wharf from 
New Westminster. Dominion Ex- 
press and C. P. R. Telegraph at 
Hanev. Has school, shingle and saw- 
mills and B. C. Telephone. Popula- 
tion, 85. Timber, fruit-growing, 
dairying and mixed farming, good 
fishing and shooting. Land values 
average $250 to $300 per acre. 

Aho E farming 

Alexander Samuel farming fruit 

Baker Alex fishing 

Baker Alonzo farming 

Baker Peter farming 

Baylay F farming 

Budd Geo fruit farming • 

Cadman S G farming 

Carss P poultry farming 

Edge Jos farming 

Ferguson W sawmill 

Fulton Geo farming councilor 

Ganghler John mixed farming 

Gatley Josh bee keeper 

Halliday W M Indian agt and JP 

Hansen L fisherman farmer 

Hilder Bros mixed farming 

Hill Hendrick mixed farming 

Hopwood Wm poultry raiser 

Ingram L poultry farming 

Jackson John farming 

Johnson Mrs J mixed farming 

Jones J T mgr David Spencer 

Kanaka Creek Shingle Mill Mr Mc- 

Whirtcher prop 
Kennard Wm farming 
Kennedy W^ N auto repairer 
Kruk Michael farming 
Lahti C poultry raising 
Lindberg M poultry raising 
Lindroos F poultry raising 
McDonald A poultry raising 
McLaren W H farming 
McWhirtcher Mr prop KCS Mill 

Maclean W H farming 
MacNaughton J farming 

Morris Robt farming 

Newt Walter farming 

Owen F S mixed farming 

Payne Joshua farming 

Read Thos fruit farming 

Reid F W farming 

Ritchie A W farming 

Ritchie J R farming gen store 

Ritchie R fishing 

Ritchie R fishing 

Ritchie Wm farming dairying 

Robertson Jas mixed farming 

Sands C J fruit and poultry ranch 
blacksmith horseshoer stationery 
B C Tel Pay Station postmaster 

Sato L farming 

Seaton M poultry farming 

Shimoda K fruit growing 

Sole S poultry raising 

Spencer David cattle raising 

Teloskey Alex fruit farming 

Wright Harry fishing 



ALBREDA 

a station on the C. N. R. and G. T. 
P. Rys., in Fort George Provincial 
Electoral District, 8 miles east of 
Tete Jaune Cache and 40 miles from 
Blue River. Has G. N. W. Telegraph. 
Population, 21. Abundance of mica 
about 2 miles distant, and cordwood. 
ChristofE Steve sec foreman GTP 
Frederick John sec foreman CNR 
Frye Fred farming 
Lavoie Joseph farming 
McGuinness C L tel opr 
Nichols C Z agt C^TR 
Stewart Peter farming 

Albreda Lake, 2 miles long, in the 
Cariboo Dist»ict, near source of the 
North Thompson River, 162 miles 
northeast of Kamloops. 

Alder Creek, 6 miles long, a tribu- 
tary on the left bank of Beaver 
Creek, Golden District. 

ALDERGROVE 

a post office and village on the G. N. 
Rv., and N. P. Ry., 9 miles west of 
Abbotsford and 48 east of Vancou- 
ver, in Delta Provincial Electoral 
District. Has office of Acting Sub- 
Collector of Customs. Local indus- 
tries shingles, ties and mixed farm- 
ing. 

Adair Wm J farming 
Aldergrove Farmers Inst A K Gold- 
smith sec 
Aldergrove Hotel Jas Dobson prop 
Aldergrove Shingle Mills 
Barnes Geo P farming 
Bazley Chas W farming 
Beaver River Lumber Co 
Beck Alex farming 
Blake Helena J school teacher 
B C Telephone Co Miss Clufley agt 
Bruskey Geo mixed farming 
Campbell River Lumber Co 
Carmichael Robt D mechanic 
Clark Wm F logging 
Clufley Miss agt B C Tel Co 
Cottell Wm T farming 
Davis James A farming 
Dean J H nurseryman 
Deans Christina farming 
Dobson Jas prop Aldergrove Hotel 
Elliott Edwin mixed farming 
Elliott John W mixed farming 
Eve Frank carpenter and poultry 
Falconer Duncan mixed farming 
Fleming Morris farming 
Fraser Valley Nurseries Ltd 
Foot Jeffery farming 
Goldsmith Arthur K dairying 
Green W^m farming 
Greig Jas flour and feed 
Heathcote Fred millman 
Henderson Peter farming 
Jackman Philip gardener 
Jackman Richard farming 
Jackson Oscar A E undergraduate 
Kallstrom J G mixed farming 
Larom Ed A meat market 
Lee Chas farming 
LeFeuvre John elk and treas Matsqui 

District 
McDonald Geo H farming 
McDonald Linwood L farming 
McDonald Malcolm L farming 
McDonald Roderick C gen store 
Mclntyre Michael farming 
Macey J F mixed farming 
Macey W J mixed farming 
MacKenzie M A mixed farming 
Murray Wm gen store 
Nascou Edw gen store 
Norman Ernest L farmnig 
Oddy Crossland farming 



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Pooley E A immig and customs insp 
Pullinger Stephen mixed farming 
Radford Hugh road foreman 
Rae Stephen N farming 
Ramsay Allan D farming 
Sherlock Jos farming 
Sipprell Lloyd L gen store and PM 
Sutton Albert farming 
Sutton Fredk J farming 
Swanson W P mixed farming 
Vannetta Wm J farming 
Warner A O mixed farming 
Warner G H mixed, farming 
Watson John logging 
Westland A mixed farming 
White L R mixed farming 
Whitton Claude E logging 
Williams Henry blacksmith 
Williams Hugh farming 

Alderlea, now a part of Duncans. 

ALDERMERE 

at junction of Bulkley and Telkwa 
Rivers, 60 miles southeast of Hazle- 
ton, in Omineca Provincial Electoral 
District, distant % mile from Telk- 
wa, on the G. T. P. See names under 
Telkwa, the post office. 

Alder Point, on the northwest of 
Broughton Island. 

ALDRIDGE 

a flag station at south end of Moyie 
Lake, on the C. P. R. Crow's Nest 
line, 2 miles west of Moyie, the post 
office, 32 southwest of Cranbrook 
and 19 northeast of Yahk, in Cran- 
brook Provincial Electoral District. 
Section crew. 

Aldridge Creek, 8 miles long, runs 
into Elk River. 

ALERT BAY 

a fishing village and post office on 
Cormorant Island, Broughton Strait. 
Comox Provincial Electoral District, 
reached by C. P. R. and Union S. S. 
Co.'s boats from Vancouver, distant 
183 miles. Outport of Vancouver. 
Has wireless telegraph office and 
Government Long Distance Tele- 
phone. Office of Provincial Police 
Constable, Sub-Recorder Nanaimo 
Mining Division, Dominion Depart- 
ment of Indian Affairs Kwawkewith 
District, and Sub-Collector of Cus- 
toms. Has Anglican and Methodist 
churches and public school. Popula- 
tion, 210 whites and 200 Indians. 
Local resources: Salmon fishing and 
timber, headquarters for Provincial 
Government forest rangers. Tourists 
are much interested in the exquisite 
collection of totem poles. 
Alert Bay Cannery B C Packers Assn 
owners M R Chambers mgr sal- 
mon canners and gen store 
Alert Bay Sawmill B C Packers Assn 
owners A M W^astell mgr mfrs 
lumber boxes and gen store 
Augerman Donald sgt RCMP 
Bank of Montreal J R Tate mgr 
Beswick Wm meat market and board- 
ing house 
Blackstone J L gardening and fruit- 
growing 
Chambers Milo R mgr cannery and 

postmaster 
Colwell Rev T C Methodist minister 
Cook Stephen gen store and auto 
livery 



Corker Rev A W Ang clergyman and 

prin Girls Home 
Corney Maurice mixed farming 
Crann D forest ranger 
Cultus & Cranmer confectionery 
Debben Miss tchr Girls School 
Dibben Miss K matron Indus School 
English C M mgr Nimpkish Lake 

Logging Co 
Perdyman Miss E W bees tchr In- 
dustrial School 
Gibbens A A hotel 
Girls Home school for Indian girls 

Rev A W Corker prin 
Gloster H engineer 
GWVA M C Potts sec 
Halliday W M Indian Agt and JP 
Harker E J teleg opr 
Hawkins G G fruit growing 
Huson & Clark mach and boat repair 

shop 
Indian Pool Room Alfred Moses mgr 
Industrial School school for Indian 

boys Miss K Dibben matron 
Jim Lee & Co general store 
Kamano M boats built and repr shop 
Kandy Joseph D shoemaker 
Kenmuir F W painter 
King Juie restr (Chinese) 
Lansdowne B G mixed farming 
Lawson G asst forest ranger 
Lawson Victor general store 
Lord Mr prin Boys Industrial School 
McCarthy Miss tchr Indian Boys Sch 
McDougal D forest ranger 
McGinnis H tel operator 
Margetson Miss matron St George 

Hospital 
Matthews R L Prov constable 
Moses Alfred mgr Indian Pool Room 
Mumpkeese Co-operative Assn con- 
fectionery 
Nimpkish Timber Co Ltd C M Eng- 
lish mgr 
Nixon Miss M E tchr Indust School 
Potts M C Coll Customs 
Raine Mr chief wireless opr 
Robinson E H JP registrar and min- 
ing? recdr sec school board 
St George's Hospital G H Wilson 

resident physician 
Sharpe Jas R contr and millwright 
Sier Miss A M teacher Indust Sch 
Stapley C G acct Nimpkish Lake 

Logging Co 
Tate J R mgr Bank of Montreal 
Todd B W instructor boys home 
Ward M lineman 
Warriner A tchr Girls School 
Welsh James acct cannery and asst 

postmaster 
Westell A M mgr sawmill 
Westell P acct .sawmill 
Wilson G H res phys St George's 

Hospital 
Yelton Mrs E rooms 
York Miss A M sch teacher 

Alexander Point, on the west of 
Hardy Island. 

ALEXANDRA 

a station on the B. C. E. Ry., Stev- 
eston line, 8 miles from Vancouver, 
2 miles from Marpole and 6 miles 
north of Steveston, in Richmond 
Provincial Electoral District. Farm- 
ing and vegetable-growing. See 
names under Lulu Island, the post I 
office. j 

Alexandra Bar, on Fraser River, 11 j 



miles north of Yale 

Alexandra Peak, 6,394, about 30 
miles northwest of Cumberland, Van- 
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ALEXANDRIA 

1 post office and station on the P. 
G. E. Ry., in Cariboo Provincial Elec- 
toral District, on the Upper Fraser 
River, 32 miles south of Quesnel by 
Cariboo Road. There is a steamer 
landing. 

Anders Wiri J trader and pm 
Armstrong Arthur D C pltry raising 
Beath David farming 
Cockin Wm H farming 
Freeman Chas F farmer 

;ill Herbt B farming 

ill Jos F farming 

aing Francis W G farming 

indsay Francis D farming 
UcAdam John P farming 
McCombs T S cattle raising 
McDonald Jack farming 
Moffatt H sec Sisters Creek sch brd 
Moffatt Henry H farming 
Moffatt R R dairy farming 
Moftit John A ferryman 
Moriss Jas farming 
Pierce Hiram S engineer 
Pinchbeck Fredk W farming 
Qwan John S farming 
Rowed Mrs M E ranch gen store 

and PM 
Webster J H mixed farming 
Webster John M farming 
Webster W general merchant 
Webster W J cattle raising 
Windt A T dairy farming 
Windt Geo C cattle raising 
Windt Thos E farming 
Yorston John M farming 
Yorston Robt farming 

ALEXIS CREEK 

a post office and cattle raising dis- 
trict at junction of Alexis Creek and 
Chilcoten River, 18 miles northwest 
of Hanceville, in Cariboo Provincial 
Electoral District and Yale Land 
Registry District (Kamloops), reach- 
ed by stage from 150-Mile House, on 
the Cariboo Road, distant 83 miles, 
or from Williams Lake on the P. G. 
E. Ry., distant 73 miles. Has tele- 
phone office. Population, 50. Good 
fishing in the lakes of the Coast 
Range, distant west and south from 
50 to 100 miles. Horses and camp 
outfits can be obtained. Anaharn 
Indian Reservation, 8 miles distant. 
Land values $5 to $50 per acre. 
Armstrong T A stock raising 
Atkinson Capt retired 
Atkinson Blair ranching 
Atkinson E V ranching 
Bayliff Gay ranching 
Bayliff H P L stock raising 
Belanger A miner 
I Bliss AValter ranching 
Bliss W H ranching 
1 \ Boyde E Jas stock raising 
Brown J B ranching 
iChadwell Jas ranching 
Chilcoten Gen Hospital J H Wright 
! resident physician 
• j Chilcoten public school 
•, I Christie A G stock raising 
5 ; Christie Wm stock raising 
ijCopeland ^V W stock raising 
:• 1 Ducharme Alex miner 
<i Fraser D H ranching 
•■•. f Good Mary housekeeper 
! Graham Alex stock raising 
'Graham Francis M rancher 
Harvey T J ranching 
Hughes Miss school teacher 
jjKirkpatrick Wm rancher 
Lee E P stock raising 
Lee T C gen store and PM 
Loorais E stock raising 



McCuUoch W G ranching 

McDermott Hugh teamster 

Macdonald Jas S miner 

Macauley A stock raising 

Maxwell C B stock raising 

Moore K B ranching 

Morgan T P stock raising 

MulvahlU J W stock raising 

Neece Earl ranching 

Newton Xigel ranching 

Xewton R Fitz Xigel stock raising 

O'Brien M D trader 

Robertson A H ranching 

Ross Ralph R stock raising 

Thompson Wm J farmer 

Valleau E R ranching 

Wright J H physician 

Young Thos R stock raising 

ALEZA LAKE 

a post office and station on the G. T. 

R. Ry., 37 miles east of Prince George 

in Fort George Electoral District. Xo 

agent. Giscombe, 13 miles west, is 

nearest telegraph and express office. 

Population of district, 150. Farm- 
ing and lumbering. 

Aleza Lake Mills Ltd mfrs rough and 
dressed lumber and logging 

Anthony Lumber Co Ltd Wm -An- 
thony mgr mfrs rough and dressed 
lumber logging White & Co Ltd 
Edmonton selling agts 

Bargeron C mill hand Aleza Lake 
Mills 

Bell J J farming 

Braaten L pool room 

Broderick Geo foreman Aleza Lake 
Mills 

Hendrickson Harry farming 

Hotchkiss T farming 

Hunt A farming 

Jackson Harry farmer 

King J farming 

McGibben L mixed farming 

Miller R W farming 

HOBQXrAT, J. T. 

General Store, Dry Goods, Men's 
FamisMngs, Boots and Shoes, Gro- 
ceries, Booms and Farming, Post 
Master. 

Philip F M farmer 

Richardson L mill hand A L Mills 

Russel C mill hand Anthony Lum- 
ber Co 

Spence Jas edgerman Aleza Lake 
Mills Ltd 

Stewart Chas farming 

Tindel R farming 

Walton Jasper shipper Aleza Lake 
Mills Ltd 

Young Andrew farming 

Alfred Mountain, 8,450 feet, lies to 
the west of north end of Jervis Inlet. 

ALICE ARM 

a post office and mining settlement 
at head of Alice Arm, on Observa- 
tory Inlet, in Prince Rupert Prov. 
Elec. Dist., reached by Union S. S. 
Co.'s boats from Prince Rupert, which 
is the business centre, distant 100 
miles. Has Government telegraph 
office and office of sub-recorder Xaas 
River Mining Division. Anglican 
mission once a month. A new up-to- 
date school house has been construct- 
ed accommodating 60 pupils, and a 
new Govt, wharf and wagon road to 
town completed. Population 300. 
Local resources: Mining. 
A A Comm Club T "W Falmoner sec 
A A F'G'T Co J M Morrison gen mgr 



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Anderson G restaurant 
Anderson J road foreman 
Anderson Peter prospector 
Andrew W G prospecor 
Barrett B W gen store 
Beaudin A laborer 
Beaudin Geo carpenter 
Bertlesen A blacksmith 
Black Thos hotel elk 
Bruggy Mrs F T gen store 
Bruggy Geo mgr Mrs F T Bruggy 
Burke Wm prospector 
Butler H govt tel 
Calvin Jas prospector 
Cameron D S prov constable 
Cameron D \V mining 
Carlson Gus prospector 
Carney Henry H postmaster 
Carney Mrs Tekla sub-recorder Prov 

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Clary Albert prospector 
Climax Claims M P Olson mgr 
Crawford Miss B boarding house 
Cummings Wm carpenter 
Davidson A prospector 
Dolly Varden Mines Taylor Eng Cc 

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Donald Miles opr La Rose Mines 
Dreger Matt prospector 
Dumas Steve of Kitsault House 
Elge Edward mining 
Esperenza Mine E Elge gen mgr 
Evindsen Ole miner 
Falconer A carp packer 
Falconer T \V plumber gen store 
Feva J prospector 
Flint Oscar prospector 
Forbest Neil prospector 
FoFsherg Louis miner 
Fowler H R of Kergen & Fowler 
Gerhardi A C H mining engineer 
Graham Geo hotel clerk 
Graham John prospector 
Gray O W logger 
Gustafson A prospector 
Gustafson C prospector 
Hallett A D prospector 
Heuber John prospector 
Homestake Mining & Dev Co A C H 

Gerhardi gen mgr 
Jones Beverley prospector 
K;;y Robt lineman 
Kennedy Daniel prospector 
Kergen H F of Kergen & Fowler 
Kergon & Fowler launch service 
Kier AV'n prospector 
KitsauU House Dumas & Robertsor 

prot)s rooms tobacco 
La Ros'^ Mines Miles Donald opr 
Loral Courici! of "Women Mrs A 1 

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Lulich J rooming house 
McAleenan Jas tobacco mgr North 

Star Mines 
McAleenan John miner 
McColl H H prospector 
McCoy Mrs M prop Alice Arm Hotel 
McDermaid J A butcher 
McDonald Walter prospector 
McGinnis Robt prospector 
McGuire A logging miner 
McLean Wm prospector and dog 

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McLeod Angus prospector 
McPhail Archd prospector 
Manning R J A miner 
Martinson Fred logger 
Matheson G prospector 
Miller Fred logger 



Miller Sid prospector 

Milligan J M miner 

Miner Al prospector 

Monroe Chas prospector 

Moran Samuel prospector 

Morley Gideon W prospector 

Morley P prospector 

Morrison J with La Rose Mines 

Moss E editor Alice Arrh & Anyox 

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Ness Elmer prospector 
North C B gen mgr Dolly Varden 

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North Star Mines Jas McAleenan 

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Nulch Helen confectionery 
Nutter T C with United Metals Co 
Oatman E R bank clerk 
O'Hara John logging 
Olson M P mgr Climax Claims 
Paulcer Leo shoemaker 
Peterson Hans prospector 
J'eterson Morris prospector 
Picket E C prospector 
Riel C P sawmill 
Robertson J B of Kitsault House 
Ross M D mgr Royal Bank of Can 
Rowley D miner 

Royal Bank of Canada M D Ross mgr 
Serbich A pool room 
Sexton T prospector 
Smith Matilda laundry 
Stark John prospector 
Stromberk Chas G prospector 
Stromberk John W prospector 
Sullivan R F prospector 
Sutilovich N pool room 
Taylor Engineering Co oprs Dolly 

Varden Mines and Dolly Varden 

R R Co 
Thorpe F J logger 
Turbitt R prospector 
Waldis H J logger 
Walker Oliver M prospector 
Watson Oliver prospector 
Wells Jos with La Rose Mines 
Wheatley Jos logger 
Williams C logger 
Williams Harry packing 
York A D prospector 
young Geo A Govt road frmn 
Young J A prospector 

, Alice Lake, 8 miles long, in the 
Rupert District, Vancouver Island, 10 
miles east of Quatsino 

ALIFORD BAY 

a fishing settlement on Queen Char- 
lotte Islands, 4^^ miles from Queen 
Charlotte City, the nearest post of- 
fice and telegraph office, in Prince 
Rupert Provincial Electoral District, 
reached by G. T. P. steamers. Popu- 
lation, 200 during fishing season. 
Maritime Fisheries Ltd D T Sandison 
mgr salmon cannery, oil curer.s, 
fertilizer mfrs, and gen store (head 
office Vancouver) 

Alison Sound, a branch of Belize 
Inlet, running north for 9 miles. 

Alkali Creek, 16 miles long, runs ^ 
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a post office at north end of Alkali; 
Lake (1 mile long) in the north oiSi 
the Lillooet District, 85 miles northij 
west of Clinton, reached by stage, 
Ashcroft is 120 miles distant. There 
is an Indian reserve here with a 
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to $100 per acre. Local resources: 

Mining and stock raising. 

Bowe Herman O ranch mgr 

CunllfEe E E P ranclier 

French Robt cattleman C E W John- 
son 

Johnson C E W ranch gen store and 
JP and PM 

Kerr J S storekeeper 

Leggett Wm F mechanic 

Leggett W J blacksmith 

Mondado Stefano farmer 

Morin Leon general store 

Reid Cambell foreman 

Wright Geo rancher 

Alki Creek, 4 miles long, tributary 
of St. Mary's Creek. 

Allan, or Fourth Lake, 2 miles long, 
in the centre of the Dunsmuir Dis- 
trict, Vancouver Island, 24 miles 
west of Xanaimo. 

ALLANDALE 

a dominion Government Long Dis- 
tance Telephone office, on the Arrow 
Lakes, 15 miles north of Castlegar. 
Nelson is business centre and Sy- 
ringa Creek the post office. 
Hirst A ranching and tel office 

Alldridge Point, in Becher Bay, on 
south of Vancouver Island. 

ALLENBY 

a post office 4 miles south of Prince- 
ton, the nearest telegraph office and 
banking point. A company town, 
owned by the Canada Corporation, 
Ltd., at which is located the oil flo- 
tation concentration mill, 2,000 tons 
daily cap. Mine at Copper Mountain 
8 miles south of Allenby. Has saw- 
mill with daily capacity of 25,000 
feet. Has public school. Popula- 
tion 200. 
Canada Copper Corp Ltd R H Van 

Wagenen gen mgr 
Carlisle A local mgr West Kootenay 

Power Co 
Charlton C P acct CCC Ltd 
Copper Mountain Mine CCC Ltd oprs 
Kootenay Power Co Ltd A Carlisle 

local mgr 
Marston W Ray chf electn CCC Ltd 
Plommer H R purch agt CCC Ltd 
Summerland Lumber Ltd 
Van Wagenen H R gen mgr CCC Ltd 

ALLEN GROVE 

a post office and settlement in Simil- 
kameen Provincial Electoral District, 
reached by stage from Penticton, the 
business centre, 12 miles northeast 
on the C.P.R., and from Keremeos, on 
the G. N. R., 20 miles south. Has 
Dominion Government long distance 
and local telephone connections and 
public school in which religious ser- 
vices are held. District adapted to 
farming, stock raising, fruit grow- 
ing. Has some good timber, excel- 
lent hunting and fishing, also good 
water power. Land values -average 
$15 to $25 per acre. Pop. 40. 
Allen Richard L farming tel agt actg 

P M and J P 
Barrett Peter engineer 
Brent Ferdy farming 
Brent Joseph farming 
Clark Gerald farming 
Cunningham H C chauffeur 
Goodchap Louis J farming 
Hall Gustarris farming 
Horton Miss Dorothy school teacher 



Howell Fred farming 

Howell Percy E farming 

Keetong Joseph farming 

Kingzett Charlie logger 

LeLeiver George farmer and eng 

LeLeiver Wm farmer and stockman 

McLennan Harvey farming 

Maddell Melville engineer 

Olson Andrew sawyer 

O'Neil Joseph log scaler 

O'Xeil Timothy logging foreman 

O'Neil Capt W E saw mill and grocer 

Rossi Louis blacksmith 

Smith Angus farming 

Thompson John K farming 

Thompson Willard J stockman 

United Farmers of B C R L Allen sec 

Uuse John carpenter and contractor 

Winser Frank logger 

ALLISON 

a flag station on the G. N. R., 3 miles 
from Princeton, in Similkameen Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. No agent 
or local residents. 



ALLUVIA 

a flag station and farming settle- 
ment on G. N. R. (Guichon, Clover- 
dale and Vancouver line), in Surrey 
Municipality, Delta Provincial Elec- 
toral District, 4 miles southwest of 
Cloverdale. the post office and bank- 
ing point, and 10 south of New 
Westminster by road. Has churches 
and schools. Farming and dairying. 
Improved land averages $300 per 
acre. 

Allanson W F poultry raiser 
Butler J fruit and poultry 
Cain G S farming 
Christopherson J S grocer 
Dinsmore A farmer 
Elliott J gardener 
Falk G farmer 
Hadden Wm towing 
Hennessey D S farming 
Johannson H bee keeper 
Johnston D A farming 
Johnston N farming 
Lamb Alex farming 
Loney E farming 
Loney J farming 
McBride Bros farming 
Stevens A G farming 
Stevenson S farmer 
Weaver S farmer 
Woodward J farming 

Alpha Bluff, on the west side of 
Bute Inlet. 

Alpha Lake, 1 mile long, 30 miles 
northeast of Squamish. 

Alpha Pass, on the north side of 
entrance to Barclay Sound, Vancou- 
ver Island. 

Alsek River, 170 miles long, flows 
through the northwest of the Atlin 
District into the Gulf of Alaska, near 
lat. 59, long. 138. 

ALTA LAKE 

a post office 1 mile from Mons Sta- 
tion, on P. G. E. Ry., 37 miles north- 
east of Squamish, in North Vancouver 
Provincial Electoral District. Squa- 
mish is the nearest Dominion Gov- 
ernment Telegraph office, and the 
business centre. Population 40. Lo- 
cal resources: Logging, mining and 
excellent fishing. 
Archibald Ernest ranching 
Archibald Miss Grace ranching 
Bailiff John miner 
Barnfield Alfred P fanner 



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Chandler C B trapper prospector 
Droll E miner and prospector 
Findlay John ranching- 
CJustafsen P A miner 
Hoistman Harry farming 
Horstman Henry rancher 
Jordan Russell A hotel keeper 
Lorimer Dr U mixed farming 
McDermott Wm woodsman 
Mills Edmund railroad foreman 
Mitchell G H mixed farming 
Mowat Bros logging 
Naismith Archd G physician 
Philip Alex prop Rainbow Lodge 

grocer and farming 
Philip Mrs Myrtle postmistress 
Rainbow Lodge Alex Philip prop 
Ross & Gordon logging 
Seaman Stuart K agriculturist 
Summit Mine J H Thompson mgx 

iron office Vancouver 
Tapley S D ranching 
Wilson J mining 

ALTAMONT 

a station and railway repair shop on 
the P. G. E. Ry., 1 mile west of 
Hollyburn, the nearest post office, 
which see for names. 

AGENTS 70R AXTAMONT REAI^ 
ESTATE 

Whitaker & "Whltaker, 414 Seymour 
St., Vancouver. 

ALTAMONT 

(P. O. Demuth). A flag station on 
the K. V. Ry., in the Yale District, 
26 miles from Penticton. 

ALTA VISTA 

a post office and suburb of Van- 
couver, in South Vancouver Provin- 
cial Electoral District. See names 
under Vancouver 
Young J Heber PM 

Altuck Lake, 3 miles long, in the 
centre of the Rupert District, Van- 
couver Island, 26 miles south of 
Alert Bay post office. 

ALVASTON 

a farming settlement on the C. P. R., 
18 miles south of Vernon, the busi- 
ness centre and post office. 
Arnold John fruit farming 
Bailey J farming 
Baker F mixed farming 
Berry R fruit farming 
Bond H fruit farming 
Chapman W L fruit farming 
Clark D farming 
Clark Jeremiah farming 
Cleggett A N fruit farming 
Coe W J fruit farming 
Cornish W fruit farming 
Cresswell C W fruit farming 
Edmonds John fruit farming 
Edmunds G fruit farming 
Fowler J W fruit farming 
Gay M fruit and vegetables 
Hoffman E fruit farming 
Johnston Capt fruit farming 
Johnston H fruit farming 
Jones S fruit farming 
Lawley E fruit farming 
Lewis \V farming 
Lidstone J fruit farming 
Lloyd R mixed farming 
McCarthy E J mixed farming 
McDonagh V fruit farming 
McDonald A mixed farming 
McMaster A farming wood 



Ore E M fruit farming 
Pearson H farming 
Petrie W farming 
Piatt H fruit farming 
Phillips A mixed farming 
Powley W R mixed farming 
Prouse L fruit arming 
Prouse M fruit farming 
Richard J fruit farming 
Rowles W C ranching 
Saddler W fruit farming 
Seaton J fruit farming 
Shanks E C mixed farming 
Simpson Chas mixed farming 
Smith F fruit farming 
Sommerville ■ J farming 
Swalwell Wm P mixed farming 
Walp C fruit farming 
Williams M P ranching 
White B M fruit farming 

ALVIN 

a post office and settlement in Dewd- 
ney Provincial Electoral District, in 
Upper Pitt Valley, reached by steam- 
boat on Pitt Lake, and distant 28 
miles from Coquitlam, on the C.P.R.. 
the nearest railway and telegraph 
point. Dominion Government hatch- 
ery here. Local Industries: Lumber- 
ing, farming and mining. Popula- 
tion 40. Some 800 acres have been 
thrown open for settlement. 
Armstrong W H general store and 

postmaster 
Chisholm Geo logging 
Cox Marcus farming mining 
Davidson A G farming 
Davidson A L farming 
Dom Govt Hatchery (Pitt Lake) J 

Mclsaac in charge 
Eck John mixed farming 
Eck Peter mixed farming 
Gardiner F W farming 
Haagenson Edw mixed farming 
Haagenson Ole mixed farming 
Kitsall Dave logging 
McCauley Geo farming 
Mclsaac John in charge Pitt Lake 

Hatchery 
Mclsaac Malcolm farming 
Patterson Alvin T farming logging 
Peters Chas R farming logging 
Peters Thos J farming logging 
Pitt Lake Hatchery J Mclsaac in ch 
Reid I A farming 
Ryan Thos logging 
Swanson G logging 
Thompson E farming 
rruelove Wm farming logging 
Uphoff W C logging 

Amar Point, on the west side of 
Bute Inlet. 

Amazon Creek, runs from Pictoria 
Lake into Alice Lake, in Rupert Dis- 
trict, Vancouver Island. 

AMBLESIDE 

a station on the P. G. E. Ry., 4 miles 
west of North Vancouver, and 1 mile 
east of Hollyburn, the post office, in 
North Vancouver Provincial Elector- 
al District, reachd .by rail from 
North Vancouver, and ferry from 
foot of Columbia Street, Vancouver, 
to 14th St. Population of whole dis- 
trict of "\Vest Vancouver about 2,000. 
Resources: Lumbering, shingle cut- 
ting and poultry raising. See also 
names under Hollyburn. 

AGENTS FOR AMBIiESIBE REAIi 
ESTATE 

■WliitaSer & Whitaker. 414 Sey- 
mour St., Vancouver. 



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Ambleside Tea Rooms H M Gowen 
prop 

Anderson Percy retired druggist 

Beckett Frederick Chas journalist 

Black M express 

West Vancouver Courier 

Chilton Albert mgr Royal Bank 

Conant Mrs A prop Palm Tea Rooms 

Diaple Rev J P rector 

Field Mrs E M notions 

Gemmill G M prop West Vancouver 
Pharmacy 

Gowen H M prop Ambleside Tea Rms 

Greenwood C B merchant 

Hay George real estate 

Hyde Frank contractor 

Mitchell Wm S dry goods 

Nesbitt Robert transfer 

Norman's Confectionery 

Palm Tea Rooms Mrs A Conant prop 

Rade Emanuel restaurant 

Royal Bank of Canada Albert Chil- 
ton mgr 

Seeds R gen store meats 

Shepard G W constable 

Simpson Wm second hand goods 

Smith N mgr West Vancouver Ferry 

West Van Pharmacy G M Gemmill 
prop 

White C H confectionery 

Yates J S carp and gen contractor 

Amelia Island, 15 miles northwest 
of Xanaimo. 

American Bar, on Eraser River, 3 
miles north of Hope. 

American Creek. 7 miles long, runs 
into Trout Lake, West Kootenay Dis- 
trict. 

American Creek, 4 miles long, runs 
into Eraser River 3 miles north of 
Hope. 

Amiskwi River, 13 miles long, runs 
into Kicking Horse River, 3 miles 
west of Field. 

Ampack River, 4 miles long, runs 
into Owekano Lake. 

AMPHITRITE POINT 

a lighthouse station on the west 
coast of Vancouver Island, at the 
extreme northwest of entrance to 
Barclay Sound. 



AMSBURY 

a flag station on the G. T. P. Ry., 
and Skeena River, 13 miles west of 
Terrace and 6 miles west of Remo, 
in Prince Rupert Provincial Elec- 
toral District. Post office closed 
during winter months. Section crew 
only. 

Dover Geo PM 

Lakelse Lumber Co Ltd Geo Dover 
mgr sawmill and logging camp 

ANACONDA 

a mining town on the C. P. R., 1 
mile south of Greenwood, in Green- 
wood Provincial Electoral District. 
The smelter of the Canada Copper 
Corporation is located here. See 
names under Greenwood, the post 
office. 

Anaham Creek, 20 miles long, 
flows into Chilcotin River. 11 miles 
west of rtanceville. 

ANDERS 

a ranch on the Cariboo road, be- 
tween Soda Creek and Quesnel, in 
the Cariboo Provincial Electoral Dis- 



trict. Address mail via Macalister 
post office. Dominion Government 
Telegraph station. Also known as 
187-Mile House. 

ANDERSON 

a station on the B. C. E. Ry., Fraser 
Valley line, 27.5 miles from Van- 
couver, 15.5 from New Westminster 
and 2 miles east of Cloverdale, in 
Delta Provincial Electoral District. 
See names under Cloverdale. 

Anderson Creek, 4 miles long, runs 
into west arm of Kootenay Lake, 2 
miles northeast of Nelson. 

Anderson Creek, 4 miles long, trib- 
utary of Fording River. 

Anderson Creek, 5 miles long, trib- 
utary of Coquihalla River. 

Anderson Island, in Prince Rupert 
harbor, 1 mile north of Prince Rupert. 

Anderson Lake, 13 miles long, in 
the Lillooet District, 22 miles west 
of Lillooet. 

Anderson Lake, 9 miles long, in 
Clayoquot District, Vancouver Is- 
land, 20 miles southwest of Alberni. 
It is connected with Uchucklesit Har- 
bor. 

Anderson Mountains, 10 miles 
southeast of North Bend. 

Anderson River, 15 miles long, runs 
into Fraser River, 3 miles south of 
Nortl»Bend. 

ANDIMAUL 

a flag station on the G. T. P. Ry., 
and Skeena River, in the Skeena 
District, 5 miles east of Kitwanga, 
the nearest post office. Indian vil- 
lage 1 miles from the station. Sec- 
tion crew. 

Anesty Arm, 11 miles long, the 
northeast branch of Shuswap Lake, 
Kamloops District. 

Anesty Lake, 4 miles long, 2 miles 
north of Anesty Arm. 

Anesty River, 9 miles long, runs 
into north of Anesty Arm. 

ANGLEMONT 

a post office and settlement in Kam- 
loops Provincial Electoral District, 
on Shuswap Lake, reached by boat 
from Notch Hill, distant 18 miles. 
Has Dominion Government telephone 
service. Mixed farming and fruit 
growing. Population 26. 
Anderson L farming 
Bloom H farming 
Bonner L H farming 
Diebold J farming 
Franzen W farming 
Fraser H farming 
Fraser R farming 
Grant G farming 
Gresham E F farming 
Hodson F W farming and P M 
Hudson T A farming 
Hudson W A farming 
Stoop P D farming 
Wulfers H H farming 

ANGLESEY 

a flag station on the C.N.R., 13 miles 
east of Ashcroft, and 3 miles west 
of W^alhachin, the nearest telegraph 
and post office, in Yale Provincial 
Electoral District. See names un- 
der Walhachin. 



The 

Battery 

House 

B. C. 

Distributors 

and 

Service 

Station 

Willard 

Storage 
Batteries 

Auto-Lite 

Remy 

Delco 

North- 

East 

Wagner 

Starting, 

Lighting and 

Ignition 

Systems 

Bosch 

Gray & 

Davis 

Starting and 
Lighting 
Systems 

Connec- 
ticut 

Ignition 
System 

Briggs & 
Stratton 

Switches and 
Dash Panels 

Bosch 

Magnetos 

Klaxon 

Horns ^ 

751 Burrard 

Vancouver 

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B.C. 

Commercial 

and 

Secretarial 
SCHOOLS 

Individual 
Attention 

H. C. Dufifus 

Proprietor 

Write for 
Prospectus 

Two Scboola 

709 Georgia 

We.t 

Fourth and 

Granville 

Vancouver 
B. c. 



G. G. 

Heather 

& Co., Ltd. 



Furs 

Taxidermy 

Makers of 
High. Grade 

FURS 

We Specialize 
in Remodel- 
ling Furs 
Rugs Mounted 



1026 
Granville St. 

Vancouver 



ANGLO-AMERICAN 

a salmon cannery on the Fraser Ri- 
ver, owned by B. C. Packers' Asso- 
ciation, Union Bank Building, Van- 
couver. 

ANGUS ROAD 

a station on the B. C. E. Ry., Lulu 
Island branch, between Kerrisdale 
and Magee, in Point Grey Municipa- 
lity, Richmond Provincial Electoral 
District. See names under Kerris- 
dale and Vancouver. 

ANNABLE 

a post office and settlement on the 
C.P.R., 2 miles west of Trail and 5 
east of Rossland, in Rossland Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. Dominion 
Express, no agent; charges must be 
prepaid. Has B. C. Telephone and 
telegraph office. Population about 
50. Local resources: Cordwood, lum- 
bering and stock raising. 
Annable G M postmaster 
Burrows A farming 
Clay Chas farmer 
Cox E D ranching 
Cross Jas H rancher 
Ousted A farming 
Flallam A J farming 
Flay Robt laborer 
Mcintosh I farming 
Merry Geo L ranching timbe^ 
Mitchell Wm ranching 
Schnablbe A ranching 
Sleeman Wm H ranching 
Webb Percy ranching 

ANNACIS ISLAND 

an island, 3 miles long, in the Fraser 
River, 1% miles south of New West- 
minster, from which point it is 
reached by steamer. New Westmin- 
ster is the nearest post office. 

ANNAMOE 

a ranch and Dominion Government 
Telephone office, 4 miles from Ke- 
lowna, which is the post office. 
Childers H C 
Childers Mrs Sybil tel agent 

Anne Point, at the entrance to 
Mackenzie Sound, opposite Watson 
Island. 

Annetta Creek, an inlet on the west 
of Prevost Island, Gulf of Georgia. 

ANNIEVILLE 

a cannery and fishing village on the 
south bank of Fraser River, 3 miles 



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from New Westminster, the post of- 
fice, in Delta Provincial Electoral 
District, reach by auto stage from 
New Westminster, which Is nearest 
railway, telegraph office and busi- 
ness centre. Has Norwegian Luth- 
eran Church. Population 40 families. 
Address mail via R.R. No. 1, New 
Westminster. 
Arenson Geo fisherman 
Barnes Geo fisherman 
Gunderson J fisherman 
Gunderson Jacob farming 
Jenson A canneryman 
Johnson Ole fishermon 
Knudson Eric fisherman 
Knutson A fisherman 
Knutson Ole carpenter 
Kristenson A fisherman 
Lande G canneryman 
Larsen Chris fisherman 
Larson K fisherman 
Larson P fisherman 
Morrison Donald A teamster 
Noriem Ed fisherman 
Peterson Lonard fisherman 
Peterson O carpenter 
Remmen Chris fisherman 
Rolfson Albert laborer 
Stegavik B fisherman 
Stegavik Kris fisherman 

ANNIS 

a lumber camp and station on the 
main line of the C.P.R. and on south 
side of Shuswap Lake, 4 miles west 
of Sicamous, the post office. 
Niall D watchman 

Antler Creek, 25 miles long, runs 
into east fork of Willow River. 

Antwerp Creek, 3 miles long, trib- 
utary of Perry Creek. 

Anutz Lake, 1 mile long, in the 
centre of the Rupert District, Van- 
couver Island, 23 miles south of 
Alert Bay post office. 

ANVIL ISLAND 

a post office on Anvil Island, 4 miles 
long, and distant 23 miles northwest 
of Vancouver, in Howe Sound, North 
Vancouver Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, reached by Terminal Steam 
Navigation Co.'s boats from Vancou- 
ver, the business centre. Land values 
average |75 per acre. Local re- 
sources: Farming, lumbering and 
prospecting. 

Champside Wm farming and P M 
Chew Lumber Co lumber mfrs 
Gourlay T farming 
Johnson M H lumber 
Johnston H farming 
Weigand Chas farming 



Anyox 



a mining town at mouth of Hidden 
Creek, head of Observatory Inlet, in 
Atlin Provincial Electoral District, 
reached by C. P. R., G. T. P. and 
Union S.S. Co.'s boats from Van- 
couver and Prince Rupert, 90 miles 
from Prince Rupert. Has Govern- 
ment telegraph office. Office of Pro- 
vincial Government- Agent, Provincial 
Police Constable and Sub-Collector 
of Customs, outport of Prince Ru- 
pert. Has Union, Anglican and R.C. 
churches. Population 2,000. The ex- 
tensive interests of the Granby Min- 
ing, Smelting & Power Co., Ltd., are 



centred here, operating four furnaces 
and representing an investment of 
$10,000,000. 

Adams W mach shop foreman 
Andren A mine shift boss 
Anyox Theatre H Selfe mgr 
Armour R engineer 
Armstrong H smelter foreman 
Asimus T emp Granby C M S & P 

Co Ltd 
Bagwill C W chief acct 
Ballentyne W clerk 
Bardwell F clerk 
Bengston Victor mine shift boss 



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BIRDSEYE VIEW OF ANYOX 



Blondel Ed clerk 

Bromley W laborer 

Buck B asst supt of transportation 

Buzzelle D laborer 

Campbell E E asst gen mgr Gran- 

by C M S & P Co Ltd 
Canadian Bank of Commerce 
Carr P Prov Police 
Champion L F gen store mgr Granby 

C M S & P Co Ltd 
Chapman T clerk 
Clark W stage 
Clemo J T elec elec dept Granby C 

M S & P Co Ltd 
Coastwise S S & B Co Ltd 
Conway E J exploration supt Granby 

C M S & P Co Ltd 
Conway John Govt Agent Office 
Cooper G plulmber 
Corbett W A mach 
Cranley M barn boss 
Crone Paddy frmn 
Crosby P shift boss smelter 
Cundill Chas purchasing and supply 

dept Granby C M S & P Co Ltd 
Davis J M dressmaker 
Davis P A cashier 
Dillon J asst supt smelting dept 

Granby C M S & P Co 
Dobbin L A asst acct 
Dunn J clerk 
Ellis J G clerk 
Evans "W engineer 
Eve Wm F postmaster 
Fyfe D S acct elec dept Granby C 

i)l S & P Co Ltd 
Galloway E W millman 
Gebhardt Geo tailor 
General Hosp Ida McKnight matron 
Gerrard M launch capt 
Gigot A W foreman elec 
Gigot F E clerk 

Golkeish Mine gold silver copper 
Granby Cons M S & P Co Ltd H S 

Munro gen mgr 
Granby Hotel 
Gray Chas mgr Elk Hall 
Green J craneman 
Hageman J F supt ry dept Granby C 

M S & P Co Ltd 
Harrington C J smelter shift boss 
Hartman Rev Father R C priest 
Haslett J clerk 
Heighway Wm clerk 
Hidden Creek Mine gold silver cop- 
per Granby C M S & P Co Ltd 
Hiscroft G W pres Anyox Community 

League 
Hoffman W smelter shift boss 
HoUinrake W elec 
Holman T acct ry dept Granby C 

M S & P Co Ltd 
Holmes J S coke plant supt Granby 

C M S & P Co Ltd 
Hyde E H T customs and immigra- 
tion officer 



Jacob A W mech 

Johnson H smelter man 

Kelly J C smelter shift boss 

King H R frmn 

Kirk H frmn 

Kirkwood J T elec 

Knox A frmn 

Kobloth A chef 

Lambert W school principal 

Lawrence Mr Govt Telg Office 

Lee Geo smelter chemist 

Leslie G gen frmn 

Leversedge Rev W Anglican clergy- 
man 

Lowry C J clerk 

McCauliff Geo tailor 

McCoU George clerk 

McColl J cond Ry 

McDonald J H wireless operator 

McDonald-McDonald tailor and shoe 
shop 

McDonald W X powerman 

McGreer Manifred agt Dom Life As- 
surance Co 

Mclntyre O G clerk 

McKinno F A sub recorder Provin- 
cial Mines Dept 

McKnight Miss Ida matron General 
Hospital 

McLachlan Chas clerk 

McLeod X M craneman 

McLeod Xeil mach 

McMaster A J clerk 

McPherson D J crusherman 

Mahon T C clerk 

Martin F dist gen road frmn Prov 
Dept Pub Works 

Martin J fire chief 

Miller J A mining engineer 

Morning E painter 

Morton A master mech 

Munro H S gen mgr Granby CMS 
& P Co Ltd 

Murphy T W fire chief mine 

Murray S D barn boss 

Nelson N E engineer 

Xuttall Rev T H Union minister 

O'Neil Wm frmn 

Owens D laborer 

Oxley Thos frmn 

Parsons F H smelter supt Granby C 
M S & P Co Ltd 

Patton F E asst supt mine dept 
Granby C M S & P Co Ltd 

Peacock Jas frmn 

Person F smelter shift boss 

Flashleigh W laborer 

Robbins P H elec 

Roberts A carpenter 

Rowlands E laborer 

Roy D C clerk 

Ryan T P clerk 

Selfe H mgr theatre 

Shelton B elk smelting dept Granby 
C M S & P Co Ltd 

Simmons Dr dentist 




""Built 
for ^ 
Sleep* 

Bedsteads 

Spring's 

Mattresses 

Including 
the Famous 

Ostermoor 

SIMMONS. 
I IMITED 

Vancouver 

and 

Victoria 



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Jos. 

Blackburn 

& Son 

Scale 
Mechanics 

Jobbing 
Engineers 

Mechanical 
Repairs 



Phone Sey. 7004 

1172 Howe St. 
(Rear) 

Vancouver 



Crosby 

Printing 

Co. 

Stationers 

Printers 

Embossers 

Office 
Supplies 



Phone: 
Seymour 261 

306 
Tower Bldg. 

Vancouver 
B. c. 



Simpson W elec 

Smith J foreman 

Speight H power supt elec dept Gran- 

by C M S & P Co Ltd 
Swanson J A frmn mine dept Gran- 

by C M S & P Co Ltd 
Talbot H elec 
Teabo F smelter shift boss 
Thorley H sec to gen mgr 
Tuttle Jay jr mine supt Granby C 

M S & P Co Ltd 
Walter Arthur stage 
Wall E J motorman 
Warwick G G frmn 
Watson F engineer 
Wetmore W L mech supt Granby C 

M S & P Co Ltd 
Wilson J H jitney service 
Wilson J T frmn 
Wing Chas safety eng Granby C M 

S & P Co Ltd 
Zucco Martin frmn 

ANZAC 

a flag station on C-P.R., 59 miles 
east of Revelstoke, in the Revel- 
stoke Provincial Electoral District, 
and 12% miles east of Glacier. No 
agent, charges must be prepaid. 
Nearest telegraph office is Beaver- 
mouth, distant 5 miles. Address 
mail via Six-Mile Creek post office. 
Lumbering. Floating population. 
Desjardins Joseph trapping 
Ferguson G B & Co Wm McCreary 
mgr lumber mfrs 

APEX 

a flag station on the G. N. R., 16 
miles from Nelson, the post office. In 
Trail Provincial Electoral District. 
Towner & Moore dairymen 

APPLEDALE 

a post office and settlement in Slo- 
can Valley, on Slocan River, 28 miles 
north of Nelson, the nearest bank- 
ing point and 11 south of Slocan 
City, in Slocan Provincial Electoral 
District, reached by C.P.R., Nelson- 
Slocan-Roseberry branch. Nearest 
telegraph office, Slocan City. Has 
telephones, school Presbyterian and 
R. C. missions. Population 300. Lo- 
cal resources: Timber, fruit grow- 
ing, dairying, bees and market gar- 
dening. Has Farmers' Exchange. 
Addor A farming 
Anderson Jos farming 
Anderson W B farming 
Appledale Progressive Assn 
Best S T farming 
Brandon Thos farming 
Brixa V poultry 
Brooks H W fruit growing 
Brooks James fruit poultry dairying 
Brouse J fruit growing poultry 
Brown Joe poultry 
Cant Andrew farming 
Cant Wm farming 
Day Harry fruit growing dairy and 

poultry 
Dellecore P poultry 
Flynn Mrs Cora gen ranching 
Fordyce J V fruit 
Good Robt C fruit growing poultry 
Gray H B farming 
Harhuart C E poultry 
Jarding C D farming 
Johnstone R poultry 
Kirkpatrick Jos farming 

KOFECKI, E. Vr. & CO. 

General Store and Postmaster. 

Ladies Progressive Assn 



Lawson J M sec school board 

Lelen A framing 

Menzies Arch fruit 

Mitchell J fruit 

Myers Prof H V fruit growing and 
poultry 

Palica J farming 

Paterson John poultry truck garden- 
ing 

Peters David fruit growing 

Pickard Wm farming 

Powell F J sec Slocan Valley Farm- 
ers Inst 

Shaw J A poultry and fruit 

Slocan Valley Farmers Inst F J Pow- 
ell sec 

Steel Geo fruit growing 

Stevens W B farming 

Trozzo Frank fruit poultry dairying 
timber 

United Farmers of B C Mrs Cora 
Flynn sec 

Watson A L poultry and fruit 

White J W fruit growing poultry 

Wojna M A dairy bees fruit 

Wynne W T fruit poultry dairy and 
farming 

Young A C fruit poultry dairy farm- 
ing bees 

APPLEGROVE 

in the Kootenay District, on the C. 
P.R.'s Columbia River route, between 
WestRobson and Arrowhead. Dom- 
inion Express, no agent; chp,rges 
must be prepaid. 

Apple River, 7 miles long, runs in- 
to north end of Loughborough Inlet. 

ARAWANA 

a flag station and water tank on the 
K. V. Ry., 2 miles east of Naramata, 
10 miles north of Penticton, and 125 
miles northwest of Midway. Sec- 
tion crew. 

ARBUTUS 

a station on the E. & N. Ry., 2 miles 
from Craigs Crossing, the post office, 
which see. 

ARCHER 

a landing 5 miles from Kaslo, in 
Kaslo Provincial Electoral District. 
Address mail via Kaslo post office. 
There are no residents. 

ARCHIBALD 

a station on the Carson-Lynch Creek 
branch of the K. V. Ry., 25 miles 
from Carson. In the Yale District. 
No agent. 

ARDLEY 

a post office and station on B. C. 
Electric Railway, suburb of Vancou- 
ver, in Edmonds District, South Van- 
couver Provincial Electoral District. 
Population 200. 
Alford R P com traveller 
Atkinson W CPR employee 
Beach F BCE employee 
Beach G bricklayer 
Bowman O L com traveller 
Brown W farmer 
Cain W chauffeur 
Cassels F marbleworker 
Churchill L plasterer 
Collier R electrician 
Cook E transfer 
Cruickshank J bag maker 
Dumsday A painter 
Engberk H printer 



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Esplin R farmer 

Fife A messenger 

Garrett Cornelius carpenter 

Garrett H carpenter 

Groombridge R shipwright 

Hall C plasterer 

Hanna J car conductor 

Harris C plasterer 

Henderson J boat builder 

Holme F carpenter 

Holmes J box factory employee 

Jennings G tailors helper 

Kirkwood D builder 

Klinghorn W iron moulder 

McCallum H engineer 

McConachie John Chauffeur 

McCormack Neil stereotyper 

McCormick J printer 

McCullouch Ezra G teamster 

Mclnnes A logger 

Mclnnes D logger 

McKay J 

Marsh Mark bee keeping 

Mayers F J school teacher 

Mitchell J pipefitter 

Mobleson J bartender 

Morgan A shipwright 

Nicholson E W dairy farming 

Potter J 

Potto W J 

Renwick E carpenter 

Rice Frank laborer 

Richard W clerk 

Roxburgh J farming 

Simpson Saml J logger 

Smith A laundry helper 

Smith J clerk 

Smith M clerk 

Smith Matthew R tilesetter 

Smith Thos A bookkeeper 

Spencer Ervine carpenter 

Stanley M E bricklayer 

Stanley Wra A bricklayer 

Summers C E general store 

Telford Jas shipper 

Urquhart T fish merchant 

Voyberg J 

Whatcott Alfred bolterup 



Wheeler S carpenter 
Wilson C logger 

ARGENTA 

a post office and settlement at head 
of Kootenay Lake, opposite Lardo, 
the nearest railway point, distant 3 
miles, in the Kaslo Provincial Elec- 
toral District, reached by C.P.R. lake 
steamers from Nelson. Has school. 
Population 35. Fruit growing, gar- 
den truck and fishing. 
Arbogast J ranching 
Beguin Chas fruit and cattle 
Brochier Jean mining 
Bulmer Thos E rancher 
Coleman Alfred fruit poultry 
Coleman Mrs Esther postmistress 
Denoreaz Henry cattle ranching 
Folkard G ranch and teacher 
Galas Jno cattle and truck raising 
LeBlanc Alfred mining 
Prust TVm D rancher 
Sawcheck Wm cattle fruit 
Smith W L. poultry 
White Wm cattle ranching 

ARGYLE 

a station on the B. C. E. Ry., New 
Westminster branch of the Lulu Is- 
land line, 7.5 miles from New West- 
minster and 3 miles from Marpole. 
under which see names. 

Argyle Creek, 4 miles long, tribu- 
tary of St. Mary's Creek. 

Aristazable Island, 32 miles long, 
lies off the southwest coast of Prin- 
cess Royal Island. 

ARLINGTON 

a farming settlement on Nanoose 
Bay, east coast of Vancouver Island, 
16 miles northwest of Nanaimo. See 
Nanoose Bay for names. 



Armstrong 



Armstrong is situated in the nor- 
thern part of the Okanagan "Valley, 
on the C.P.R. running south from 
Sicamous to Okanagan Lake. It is 
about thirty-two miles south of Si- 
camous, and about twenty miles from 
Okanagan Lake. The city is within 
three miles of the Selkirks, on the 
east, which rise abruptly to a height 
of from three to five thousand feet 
above the valley. On the west the 
mountains are more distant. The 
slopes of the mountains are covered 
with evergreen forests. The Valley 
at Armstrong is from five to eight 
miles wide. There is sufficient rain- 
fall in this part of the Okanagan 
so that irrigation is not necessary. 
The snow fall in winter, which is 
usually quite copious, and which 
never drifts, ensures plenty of mois- 
ture in the soil should the rain fall 
be scanty any season. By careful 
cultivation, even the dryest benches 
can be made to produce abundantly. 
The climate is healthful. 

The immediate surroundings of 
Armstrong consists of wonderfully 
fertile bottom land, many thousand 
acres in extent. Here the finest 
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 



three cows for a season on one acre 
of land. 

The bench land about Armstrong 
is 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 consid- 
erable extent and is a growing in- 
dustry. A well-equipped up-to-date 
creamery runs throughout the year 
and is doing a prosperous business. 
Grain does well on the benches, es- 
pecially winter wheat. Small fruits, 
apples, plums, cherries, etc., thrive 
well. The climate is well adapted 
to poultry and bees. In the out- 
skirts of the municipality of Spal- 
lumcheen, of which Armstrong is 
the centre, are extensive ranges for 
cattle and horses. Here may still 
be seen the picturesque but fast dis- 
appearing cowboy, with his striking 
dress and equipment. 

Good roads for automobiling con- 
nect Armstrong with all points up 
and down the Valley, as well as with 
Kamloops on the west, and Lumby 
and other points on the east. The 
scenery along these roads is as fine 
as earth, air and water can make it. 

Camping places for summer out- 
ings are numerous on Okanagan Lake 



Dr. 
T. 

Glendon 

M 
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Y 

"The 

Gentle 

Dentist" 

4* 
Two Big 
Offices: 

DAWSON 
BLOCK 

(Cor. Main and 
Hastings) 

and Corner 

Georgia 

and 

Granville 

opp. Hudson's 
Bay 



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don't pay 

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5l8HASTinGSST.UJ. 
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DRduimcs 

(Ifl OHE OR 
MORE COLORS) 



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EDITIONS 

CATALOGUES 



LABELS. 

TRADE MARKS. 
LETTER HEADS. 

POSTERS. 
ILLUMINATED 
ADDRESSES. 



one arm of which is only ten miles 
distant, and on Mabel Lake, which 
lies twenty miles to the east of 
Armstrong. The Shuswap Lake to 
the north, the Okanagan Lake to the 
south, Mabel and Sugar Lakes to 
the east, and Salmon River to the 
west, abound In many kinds of fish, 
e.g., trout (brook, rainbow, Dolly 
Varden, salmon, etc.,); deer are plen- 
tiful on the mountains; grouse and 
wild water-fowl of several varieties 
are within easy reaching distance. 
The sportsman finds a good field in 
Armstrong and its environs for the 
exercise of his skill. 

The selling prices of land in the 
Armstrong District are approximate- 
ly as follows: 

Orchard land (the higher benches 
with lighter soil) cleared, $75 to $150 
an acre; bearing orchards $300 to 
$600 an acre; mixed farming lands 
(the lower benches with heavier 
soil) under cultivation, $85 to $200 
an acre; uncleared, $20 to $85 an 
acre; bottom or celery land (the 
black muck bottoms that made Arm- 
strong celery famous) $300 to $400 
an acre. 

Armstrong possesses one of the 
largest and best equipped consolidat- 
ed schools in the west as well as 
a splendid high school under four 
efficient teachers in an excellent 
modern building. Both schools stand 
high in the educational life of the 
Province. 

Armstrong's new hospital, thor- 
oughly up-to-date, well equipped, and 
of solid brick construction was open- 
ed in the fall of 1921. 



The water for all purposes in the 
city is secured from a mountain 
stream. The supply is always abun- 
dant, 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. 

L. C. S. KENNEDY, 

Sec. Board of Trade. 

City Officers 
Board of Trade — L C S Kennedy sec 
CPR — R S Sullivan agent 
Chief of Police — B Forwood 
City Clerk — A J Feifer 
Health Officer — Dr H A Barrett 
Mayor — J Z Parks 
Municipal Clerk — J R Wiglesworth 
Municipal Reeve — Mat Hassen 
Okanagan Telephone — D Brown agt 
Police Magistrate — Ernest Groves 
Postmaster — J M Wright 
Prov Entomologist — J B Munro 
Abbott E T druggist and stationer 
Abrams Henry driver Armstrong Mt 

Market 
Adair A tailor and cleaning 
Adair Florence E school teacher 
Adams J C jeweler and optician 
Aitchison J & T auto tire vulc 
Aitchison Lily mfr of rugs and com- 
forters 
Akitt W farming 
Alderson R mixed farming 
Alderson Rev R Anglican minister 
Aldworth Thos princ cons schools 
Allison H A mixed farming 
Anderson Mrs M S farming 
Andrews T Y mixed farming 



OKANAGAN GARAGE 



R. J. FI.z:tCHI:R, Proprietor 



AUTOMOBILE GARAGE 



CARS FOR HIRE 



Complete line of Accessories and Tires for all makes of Cars 




Agents for 

McLaughlin and Chevrolet cars 

MOTOR TRUCKS J. I. CASE MACHINERY 

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Archibald E G mgr Northern Okana.- 
gan Creamery Assn 

ASKSTSONG' ABVE&TXSEB 

W. Watson, MgT. Every Thurs- 
day. 

Armstrong Bakery W J Sparkes prop 
bakery and confectionery 

Armstrong Florence bkpr R R Perry 

Armstrong Grocery Co Johnston & 
Bray props 

Armstrong Growers Assn R Beattie 
mgr packers shippers fruits vege- 
tables dealers hay grain and flour 

Armstrong H C mgr Foreman & Arm- 
strong poultry breeding 

ASICSTKONG HOTE£ 

Albert E. Whlsh, Proprietor. 

Armstrong J J mixed farming 

ASMSTSONG MEAT MASKET 
F. J. Mxuray, Proprietor. 

Armstrong Mrs M S farming 

Armstrong Hospital S Margaret Da- 
vies matron 

Armstrong Realty Co Geo Murray 
mgr real est and insurance 

ASMSTRONG SAWini.1. 

T. K. Stalth, Proprietor. Manufac- 
turers of Rough and Dressed J^osi- 
ber and Boxes. 

Arnott Robt farming poultry 

Aslin W A sec foreman CPR 

Avalon Theatre E K Shaw prop 

Bailey Alice bkpr Phillips & White- 
house 

Bailey C J farming 

Ball Edith tailoress A Adair 

Ball J J mixed farming 

Ball Miss R V mixed farming 

Ball Thos farming 

Ball Mrs T farming 

Bank of Hamilton B Hayes mgr 

Bank of Montreal C B Winter mgr 

Barrett George A fanning 

Barrett H A physician and surgeon 

Bawtinheimer G H farming 

Bawtinheimer W C mixed farming 

Bayliss W farming 

Beattie Robt mgr Armstrong Grow- 
ers Assn 

Becker F J sash and door factory 

Bell John farming 

Bell K R vice-prin cons schools 

Belize Jas farming 

Bertram David mixed farming 

Best H S books stationery toys 

Biggs W E mixed farming 

Bills T E mixed farming 

Bird Bros M S and D E mixed frmg 

Bird Leslie dairy farming 

Blackburn Josh farming 

Blackmore A X L mixed farming 

Board of Trade L C S Kennedy sec 

Bond H mixed farming 

Bounding F farming 

Bradford Wm farming 

Bray B G of Armstrong Gro Co 

Brent C farming 

Bristol N mixed farming 

Brown Annie H farming 

Brown Dorothy agt Okanagan Tele- 
phone Co 

Brown Mrs E J farming 

Brown Grace opr Okanagan Tel Co 

Brown T T farming 

Brown W mixed farming 

Bruten James farming 

Brydon Miss M school teacher 

Brydon P farming 

Buchanan R R farming 

Buck A L, mixed farming 

Buckley Elsie M vegetable farming 

BuUis Beulah office asst Dr P D 
Van Kleeck 

Bullis Mina farming 



Burch A J mixed farming , 

Burnett W S fruit growing 

Burton C W & Son mixed farmlngr 

Buysse A farming 

Campbell D M farming 

Campbell M S mixed farming 

CPR Station R S Gullivan agt 

Carlson Miss A E school teacher 

Carlson C J R farming 

Carswell Daniel mixed farming 

Carver W farming 

Cary N G of Armstrong Advertiser 

Cary N S G mixed farming 

Cary S T of Armstrong Advertiser 

Cary Thos mixed farming 

Cedarlund H farming 

Chamberlaine Edwin J mixed farming 

Chambers E M dairy farming 

Chappie W E fruit growing and Prov 

sec UFA 
Chief of Police B Forwood 
Child J J farming 
Christian C L harness and saddlry 
Christian Herb mgr Fairfield Ranch 
Christian H L warehouse frmn Mu- 
tual Fruit Co Ltd 
Christian Leo elk MacPhall-Smith 

Hdw Co Ltd 
Christie J H mixed farming 
City Cafe Wah Sing 
City Clerk A J Flfer 
City Meat Market W Jones mgr 
Clark C E farming 
Clark Gladys waitress Okanagan Htl 
Clayton F A blksmth and welding 
Cleary Fred mixed farming 
Clemson Dora C mixed farming 
Clinton Mrs A mixed farming 
Clinton T mixed farming 
Coldicutt H E mixed farming 
Coleman A dairy farming 
Collins C farming 
Collins H mixed farming 
Collis W R F mixed farming 
Comber H vegetable growing 
Condon John E manual training instr 
Connatty H chief eng City Power 

House 
Corbett J G farming 
Cox H H mixed farming 
Crawford A & Son dairy farming 
Crevolin J A mixed farming 
Cronin Rev Father R C priest 
Cross J W^ cattle ranching 
Crow Audrey office nurse Dr H A 

Barrett 
Crow C barber 

Crozier D G city waterworks supt 
Crozier R farming 
Cummings Thos whsmn Armstrong 

Growers Assn 
Curtis R mixed farming 
Cuthbert W A mgr Mutual Fruit 

Co Ltd 
Dalziel J mixed farming 
Darroch Warren bkpr Wm McXair 
Davies Connie T nurse Armstrong 

Hospital 
Davies Miss F housekpr Armstrong 

Hospital 
Davies S Margaret matron Arm- 
strong Hospital 
Davis R H farming 
Dawson & Co A Norman liigr furni- 
ture house furnishings 
Dedolph Lucy school teacher 
Demarest J mixed farming 
Denton R mixed farming 
Derinzy M mixed farming 
De Voss Mrs L mixed farming 
Diggins D S mixed farming 
Dimock Elsie P school teacher 
Di^on L F mixed farming 
Docksteader A A mixed farming and 

Mun Councillor 
Docksteader J H fruit growing 
Dodds W G mixed farming 
Duggan H F farming 



For 

Women's 

and 

Misses' 

Beady- 

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Layritz 
Nurseries 

Established 
1890 



Largest and 
Best -selected 
Stock of 

Fruit and 

Ornamental 

Trees 

in the Province 



VICTORIA 

B. C. 



Dickson's 

Importing 

Tea and Coffee 

Co., Limited 

Wholesale and 
Retail Import- 
ers, Roasters, 
Blenders and 
Packers 

TEAS 

COFFEES 

COCOA 

Si'nd for Prices 
mid Samples 

Prompt Attention 
to Retail or 

Wholesale Orders 

Shipments by 
parcel post (duty 
free) to any point 
in Canada, U. S. 
or abroad. 

317-321 
Columbia Ave. 

Vancouver 

B.C. 



Duncan R J farming 
T)uncan W mixed farming 
Dunne F mixed farming 
Dunwoodie Miss D school teacher 
Eddison A mixed farming 
Ehmke Fred W plumber 
Blsey Miss G E school teacher 
Ely Robt F barrister and solicitor 
Evans A mixed farming 
Evans J W farming 
Evans Thomas H mixed farming 
Everett J M trav Imp Tob Co 
Everett Mrs L B farming 
Fairfield Ranch Herbert Christian 
mgr shippers and growers vegeta- 
bles and celery 
Farr L E farming 
Fear A E mixed farming 
Ferguson D N contractor and bldr 
Fifer A J city clerk 
Findlay B mixed farming 
Findlay George mixed farming 
Fisher A J mixed farming 
Fletcher R J prop Okanagan Garage 
Flint Mrs farming 
Flint Eleanor J school teacher 
Forbes A D mixed farming 
Ford A mixed farming 
Foreman & Armstrong H C Arm- 
strong mgr general store 
Forwood B chief of police 
Fowler A mixed farming 
Fowler Bros Geo H and John mixed 

farming 
Fowler Jas dairy farming 
Fowler R P asst buttermkr Northern 

Okanagan Creamery 
Eraser Corrina ledger Bank of Mont- 
real 
Fraser Gladys school teacher 
Fraser H A mixed farming and mayor 
Fraser John farming 
Fraser M J clothing men's furni- 
shings boots and shoes 
Fraser W J farming 
French Gordon farming 
Frost E W farming 
Fruno S farming 
Fulton A C poultry breeding 
Fussel A H farming 
Gamble G H sec Spallumcheen Farm- 
ers' Inst 
Gamble Harry driver Thillips & 

Whitehouse 
Game G W farming 
Garner Robert J school teacher 
Garner Robt R ledger Bank of Ham- 
ilton 

Gates N A fruit farming 

Giegerich Laura tchr high school 

Glaicar J D farming 

Glen Bros R M and G B mixed frmg 

Glen J W farming 

Glover Mrs F R farming 

Goddard Bros G D and D G mixed 
farming 

Graham D mixed farming 

Graham T D J farming 

Grant Harry A city light supt 

Graves C W farming 

Graves S S farming 

Gray S farming 

Green Isaac farming 

Greenhow Mrs E farming 

Greening W H farming 

Gregory Margaret elk Foreman & 
Armstrong 

Griffiths C C mixed farming 

Grinton J C mixed farming 

Groves Ernest Police Magistrate 

Gulllvan R S agt CPR 

Hales F N mixed farming 

Hallam Charles farming 

Hallam H V farming 

Hallam Wm sr farming 

Hallam W land surveyor 



Halliday Harry mixed farming 

Hamilton J E farming 

Hampton Ethel waitress Armstrong 

Hotel 
Hampton Rose waitress Armstrong 
Hotel 

Harding F S mixed farming 
Harding H mixed and dairy farming 
Hardy Charles mgr Stepney Ranch 

Harling C farming 

Harris C mixed farming 

Harrison J farming 

Harry W mixed farming 

Hassard J barn man Smith Bros 

Hassard Jasen farming 

Hassen Mat auctioneer real est Ins 
and reeve 

Hawes E farming and poultry 

Hawkins H retired 

Hawthorne W E farming 

Hayes Bernard mgr Bank of Ham- 
ilton 

Hayes N A mixed farming 

Hayes T N mixed farmimng 

Hayhurst Arthur farming 

Hayhurst W F mixed farming 

Hayhurst W T farming 

Health Officer Dr H A Barrett 

Heard Mrs farming 

Henderson C M vet surg and mixed 
farming 

Henniker J E P junior Bk of Mont- 
real 

Henson J C mixed farming 

Hill D mixed farming 

Hirschkorn Daniel mixed farming 

Hitt F farming 

Hobson G K vet surg and farming 
, Hodgson Mrs F M farming 

Hodson J mixed farming 

Holliday C W photog and farming 

Hollingworth S barber 

Holowinski Julian farming 

Holtby George autos for hire 

Holtby Maggie elk D C White 

Hooser George A mixed farming 

Hoover C portable sawmill 

Hope Bros blksmths and farm implts 

Hope Henry of Hope Bros 

Hope Wm of Hope Bros 

Hopkins B W dairy farming 

Hopkins J C dairy farming 

Horn R S mixed farming 

Hornby W dairy farming 

Horrex Charles meat cutter Arm- 
strong Meat Market 

Horriex W J mixed farming 

Horsley W P mixed farming 

Hosford J H farming 

Howard A mixed farming 

Howard C S farming 

Howard R T mixed farming 

Hunter A W farming and cattle 

Hunter Floyd mixed farming and 
Mun Councillor 

Hunter John dairy farming 

Hunter Russell mixed farming 

Hunter Willis mixed farming 

Iddings John autos for hire 

Imperial Oil Ltd Leary & Warner 
agent 

Inglis R mixed farming 

Jarvis A H farming 

Jarvis George farming 

Johnson B A farming 

Johnson E B farming 

Johnson H mixed farming and Mun 
Councillor 

Johnson Milton mixed farming 

Johnson P mixed farming 

Johnson R E mixed farming 

Johnston R S of Armstrong Gro Co 

Johnstone Miss L school teacher 

Jones R J farming 

Jones W mgr City Meat Market 

Kaiser J R mixed farming 

Kaspar Ernest farming 



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Kay Xesta millinery fancy goods and 
children's wear 

Kay Percy mixed farming 

Keevil E whsmn McDonald & Co 

Kelm F farming 

Kennedy L C S princ high school and 
sec Board of Trade 

Kessel Jacob farming 

Kim Yuen & Yick Lee laundry and 
grocery 

King E E mixed farming 

Kirkup J mixed farming 

Kistner F mixed farming 

Kistner G farming 

Kiteley G H elk Maclachlan Hard- 
ware Co 

Krausar D bee keeping 

Kwong Wing On Co groceries 

Lamb Alex J farming 

Lamb Robert farming 

i.AHi> i.iia:s I.TD. 

W. W. Sogers, Msrr. Manufactur- 
ers of Iiime, 71our and Iiime Fro- 
dncts. 

Landon X E mixed farming 
Lantz Theresa school teacher 
Larmer I H mixed farming 
Larmer Samuel mixed farming 
La Trace O mixed farming 
Lawson Fredk T asst agt CPR 
Lawson T mixed farming 
Leary Daniel of Leary & Warner 
Leary & Warner trans and exp agts 

Imperial Oil Ltd 
Le Due Augustus mixed farming 
Le Due C fruit farming 
Le Due Fred mixed farming 
Le Due Mrs T farming 
Le Due Thos mixed farming 
Lee Bak Bong & Lee Nye grocers 

and labor contractors 
Lee C mixed farming 
Lehman I farming 
Lellman P farming 
Lellman Mrs S mixed farming 
Lesher S P fruit farming 
Le Vey J farming and poultry 
Levins D farming 
Levins W mixed farming 
Lindgreen O E farming 
Lindrot A farming 
Lindrot H farming 
Lindsay J H mixed farming 
Lingings Wm teller Bank of Ham- 
ilton 
Loblaw W J farming 
Lockhart R G mixed farming 
Logan H mgr McCleery Ranch 
Lomax-Trappes E farming 
London E W mixed farming 
Long D S poultry farming 
Loutet D farming 
Lowthian Tom S asst agt CPR 
Lundberg F mixed farming 
Lynn Geo mixed farming 
McCallan Jas dairy farming 
McCallan J M mixed farming 
McCleery Ranch H Logan mgr 
McDiarmid G teamster Armstrong 

Sawmill 
McDonald M mixed farming 
McDonald M K elk Bk of Hamilton 
McDonald R mixed and fruit farming 
McDonald Robt W' mgr McDonald & 
Co 

McSONAIiD & CO. 

Bobert W. McDonald, Mgr. Pack- 
ers and Shippers of Pmlts, Celery 
and Vegetables. Dealers in Hay 
Grain and Plonr, 

McGibbon D mixed farming 
McKean H mixed farming 
McKechnie Dr W B mixed farming 
Maclachlan D S mgr Maclachlan 
Hardware Co 



Maclachlan Hardware Co D S Mac* 

lachlan mgr hardware tools 
McLean Alice elk J C Melvin 
McLean D fruit farming 
McLean Jessie elk Foreman & Arm- 
strong 
McLennan D farming 
McLeod J A mixed farming 
McLeod W mixed and dairy farming 
McNair David salesman Wm McXair 
McXair Melvin mixed farming 
McNair Robt mixed farming 
McXair Robt whse Wm McXair 

McNAIB, WM. 

Wholesale Vegetables, Fruits, Hay, 

Grain, Floor and Feed. 
McXarland John mixed farming 
MacPhail A M of MacPhail-Smith 

Hardware Co 
MaePhail-Smith Hardware Co Ltd 

hardware and farm implements 
MePherson W E elk E T Abbott 
McQuarrie Jas tmstr Armstrong saw 

mill 
McTavish Violet school teacher 
Main Robt B mixed farming 
Makovski L W mixed farming and 

pres United Farmers 
Malpass George mixed farming 
Mandrelka R farming 
Marshall Arthur driver Foreman & 

Armstrong 
Marshall Frank mixed farming 
Marshall Mrs M J mixed farming 
Martin D A mixed farming 
Marzo Victor mixed farming 
Mason G E mixed farming 
Matheson K mixed farming 
Matthew & Harrup mixed farming 
Matthews Mat elk Armstrong Hotel 
Maundrell G farming 
Maw & Sons mixed farming 
Maxwell Clara school teacher 
May F mixed farming 
Mayor J Z Parks 
Meeres Thomas mixed farming 
Mellish Milton farming 
Mellish R mixed farming 
Mellish T mixed farming 
Melvin J C dry goods ladies wear 

boots and shoes 
Meneice Lewis mixed farming pltry 
Mercer James farming 
Meusch Frank farming 
Meyer R T teller Bank of Montreal 
Micilli A mixed farming 
Mihell W L farming 
Millard Wm mixed farming 
Miller Geo elk Foreman & Armstrong 
Miller Rev J Wesley Methodist min 
Mills F dairy farming 
Mills G dairy farming 
Mitchell Roly farming and munici- 
pal councillor 
Montague J E asst mgr Wm McXair 
Moore F W mixed farming 
Moore John farming 
Moore J W bees and mixed farming 
Moore W H farming 
Morgan R D farming 
Mulrany Patrick J mixed farming 
Municipal Clerk J R W^iglesworth 
Municipal Reeve Mat Hassen 
Munro J B Prov Govt entomologist 

and dist supvr agric education 
Murray Arthur mixed farming 
Murray F J prop Armstrong Meat 

Market 
Murray Geo farm implements and 

mmgr Armstrong Realty Co 
Murray H E life insurance 
Marray J farmming 
Mutual Fruit Co Ltd W A Cuthbert 

mgr packers shippers of fruits and 

vegetables 
X'apier & Patterson dairy and farm 
Xash W P mixed farming 



Biggs 

Anderson 

Odium 

lOMITUD 

PRINTERS 
"Society" 

Announce- 
ments 

Invitations 

Visiting 

Cards 

At Homes 

Programmes 

Weddings 

Memorials 

* 

"Commer- 
cial" 

Letter Heads 

Blotters 

Loose Leaf 

Sheets 

Special Ruled 

and Printed 

Forms 

♦ 

Biggs 

Anderson 

Odium 

Z.IMITED 

PRINTERS 

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Foreign 

Finance 

Company 

Foreign 
Exchange 

Foreign 
Bonds 

Foreign 
Currency 

Drafts Issued 
on all Farts 

Money Orders 
Travellers 

Cheques 
Travellers 
Insurance 

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Complete List 

FARMS 



A complete list 
of acreagre and 
farm lands ad- 
jacent to Van- 
oonver and 
Westminster. 

414 Seymour 

Vancouver 



Noble Andrew mixed farming 
Noble Andrew mixed farming 
Noble A J mixed farming 
Noble M S farmnig 
Noble S mixed farming 
Norman A mgr Dawson & Co 
Norman E A mixed farming 
Norman Wm mimxed and dairy farm- 
ing 
Norman W E mixed farming 
>vorth F W mixed farming 
North H F mixed farming 
North L E asst eng City Power Hse 
Oakland C E brick mfr 
Offerhaus Mrs Dr ranching 

OXANAOAN GAKAGE 

B. J. Pletcher, Prop. Automobiles, 
Garagfe, Accessories, Bepairs, Cars 
for Hire, Farm MacMnery, Mc- 
Iianghlln and Chevrolet Cars. (See 
advt.) 

OXANAGAN HOTEi; 
A. D. Benand, Prop. 

Okanagan Telephone Co Dorothy 

Brown agt 
O'Keefe C mixed farming 
Orr W mixed farming 
Ossenton F farming 
Page Geo farming 
Parker Wm farming 
Parkinson Geo mixed farming 
Parks J Z boots shoes repairing and 

mayor 
Patchett C H contr and bldr 
Patchett Mrs G dairy farming 
Patrick John electrician 
Patrick Thos plumbing heating and 

tinsmithing 
Patten Chas farming 
Patten Ed mixed farming 
Patten J H & W mixed farming 
Paulson E farming 
Payne Geo mixed farming 
Peake H W fruit growing 
Pehota L mixed farming 
Pelly Mrs C mixed farming 
Pelly E mixed farming 
Pelly R S mixed farming 

PEBBT, B. B. 

Barrister and Solicitor and Xnni- 
clpal and City Solicitor. 

Petar Mrs E M farming 

Peters John farming 

Peterson C F mixed farming 

Philipenko Mike farming 

Phillips Alex elk Phillips & White- 
house 

Phillips Jas of Phillips & White- 
house 

Phillips John mixed farming 

Phillips T J farming and bees 

Phillips W E farming 

Phillips & Whitehouse grocers flour 
and feed 

Pierault Nels blksmith Hope Bros 

Piggott I T second hand store 

Plews M T farming 

Police Magistrate Ernest Groves 

Poison S farming 

Pomeranko W farming 

Poole E mixed farming 

Poole F E dairy farming 

Porteous Mrs A farming 

Postmaster J M Wright 

Postill Eleanor G steno R R Perry 

Price E G H farming 

Price H mixed farming 

Pringle J S mixed farming 

Pringle Mrs J T farming 

Pringle W mixed farming 

Pritchard H W mixed farming 

Provincial Entomologist J B Munro 

Rains W mixed farming 

Reid Cyrus mixed farming 

Reid S mixed farming 



Reiswig D farming 
Reiswig Wm farming 

BENAinVT, A. D., &; C. 

A. D. Benault, Mgr. Clothinsfi 
Ken's Fomislilng's, Boots and 
Shoes. 

Rhian Mrs M J farming 

Richards J M mixed farming 

Rimel H farming 

Rimel Thos farming 

Rimmell E mixed farming 

Robb T B farming 

Robinson T W farming 

Rochester E M farming 

Rogers W W mgr Land Limes Ltd 

and fruit growing 
Ross Sarah I elk W C Ross & Co 

BOSS, W. C, ft CO. 

W. C. Boss, Mgr. Groceries, Flour 
and Feed. 

Ross W C mgr W C Ross & Co 

Rosoman B mixed farming 

Rottacker Mrs J ranching 

Rousseau J T mixed farming 

Russell W H mixed farming 

Sage A E real est ins and undertkr 

Sage Carl auto repairs 

Schnider H mixed farming 

Schubert A ranching 

Schubert C T mixed farming 

Scott T B mixed and dairy farming 

Sevenko Mike farming 

Sharpe L H mixed farming 

Shaw E K prop Avalon Theatre 

Shaw F R mixed farming 

Shiells Jas jr mixed farming 

Shiells Jas C mixed farming 

Shiells R mixed farming 

Shiells Thos mixed farming 

Shute E A mixed farming 

Simons H farming 

Simpson G mixed farming 

Sing Lung Wing Kee Co grocers 

Sing Lung laundry 

Skelton Bros mixed farming 

Skelton R T farming 

Smith Antonio farming 

Smith A of A Smith & Son 

SMITH, A., & SON 

Anto Garage, Accessories, Bepairs 
and Gas, Ford Dealers, Anto 
Trucks and Cars for Hire. 

Smith Bros exp trans and livery 

Smith C H of Smith & Son 

Smith Mrs E M farming 

Smith Geo mixed farming 

Smith Geo A of MacPhail-Smith Hdw 
Co Ltd 

Smitli L E mixed farming 

Smith T K prop Armstrong Sawmill 

Smith Wilfred of Smith Bros 

Smith W A mech Okanagan Garage 

Smith W J foreman Armstrong Saw- 
mill 

Smith W P of Smith Bros 

Sneezby Jas ranching 

Sovebko R mixed farming 

Spallumcheen Farmers Inst G H 
Gamble sec 

Sparkes Wm J prop Armstrong Bkry 

Sparkman Victor C lineman Okana- 
gan Tel Co 

Staboe B mixed farming 

Stepney Ranch Charles Hardy mgr 
mixed farming 

Stevens A H fruit ranching 

Stevenson John farming 

Stickel J A mixed farming 

Stokes Jean appr L B Stokes 

Stokes L B jeweler and watchmaker 

Stoodley Z A mixed farming 

Stott Rev Wm Presbyterian minister 

Strudwick A farming 

Sturt H R mixed farming 



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Sugden F L. elk Foreman & Arm- 
strong 
Sumner C D dentist 
Sunny Brae Ranch W E Chappie prop 
growers and shippers of fresh fruit 
and vegetables 
Surkin Mike mixed farming 
Sutton W E mixed farming 
Swanson Harry mixed farming 
Swenson O farming 
Teward Jas stonemason and farming 
Thomas S janitor Bank of Montreal 
Thomas Sparks bee keeping 
Thomson Jos whsemn Armstrong 

Growers Assn 
Thornton B A dairy farming and 

municipal councillor 
Thornton G farming 
Thurnberg August farming 
Tildesley J J mixed farming 
Todd Walter barber S HoUingsworth 
Toll M mixed farming 
Toney Jas M mixed farming 
Toombs A E mixed fanning 
Toombs Geo farming 

TOOMBS, KASOI.I> 

Fruit and Mixed Farms, Stock 
Kanches, City Property and Insur- 
ance. 

Townsend I M mixed farming 

Trimble Ben farming 

Trusdell G mixed farming 

Turnbull H mixed farming 

Tyler L shoemaker 

United Farmers of B C W E Chappie 
Prov sec 

Van Kleeck P D physician and surg 

"Wall A farming 

Wallbridge JDS mixed farming 

Warner Ab of Leary & Warner 

Warren Wm A A mixed farming 

Waterman W W mixed farming 

W^atson R F acct Bank of Hamilton 

Watson W mgr Armstrong Adver- 
tiser 

Watt Samuel auto mech A Smith & 
Son 

Webster C farming 

Webster S T farming 

W^hish Albt E prop Armstrong Hotel 

Whitaker Jane R mixed farming 

White D C conf and ice cream 

Whitehouse Thos of Phillips & 
Whitehouse 

Whittles Frank farming 

Wiglesworth J R elk and treas Spall- 
umcheen Municipality 

Williams G L mixed farming 

Williamson C mixed farming 

Willis F K farming 

Wilson Miss E school teacher 

Wilson J farming 

Wilson J H warehouse Wm McNair 

Wilson Wm driver Armstrong Gro- 
cery Co 

Winter C B mgr Bank of Montreal 
and pres Board of Trade 

Wiser A farming 

Wisraer W H ranching 

Wollen J D G mixed farming 

Wong Chog & Co \%'ong C Mow mgr 
wholesale vegetables 

Wood R mixed farming 

Worsley G N land surveyor and 
farming 

Worsley R S land surveyor and 
farming 

Worthingrton H H mixed farming 

Wright J M postmaster 

Wright Winnifred elk PO 

Yeoward T C real est and ins 

Yetton T W ranching 

Young B F mixed farming 

Young B F jr mixed farming 

Yut Fong Co grocers 
S^acharius A mixed farming 

Zadworny Mrs A mixed farming 



Armstrong Creek, 9 miles long, a 
tributary of the Fish River. 

Armstrong Creek, 6 miles long, 
tributary of Salmon Creek, Upper 
Arrow Lake. 

Armstrong Creek, 5 miles long, 
runs into Upper Columbia Liake. 

ARNOLD 

a flag station on the C. N. R., 5 
miles west of Chilliwack. 

ARRANDALE 

a P.O., fishing and mining settlement 
at mouth of Xaas River, opposite 
Kincolith, in Atlin Prov. Elec. Dist., 
reached by the Union S.S. Co.'s boats 
from Prince Rupert, 65 miles, the 
nearest railway point on the G.T.P. 
Ry., and the business centre. Tele- 
graph office is at Anyox, distant 30 
miles. Has Customs Preventive sta- 
tion, office of Sub-Collector of Cus- 
toms (sub office of Prince Rupert). 
Population, 600 during fishing sea- 
son. (See also Kincloth.) 
ABC Packing Co Ltd Walter E 

Walker mgr salmon canners and 

general store 
Davidson W T cannery bkpr 
Engen C net man 
Forsythe W cannery lineman 
Lande G foreman 
McLeod A net man 
McMillan John customs collector 
Xealon J cannery foreman 
Walker Walter E mgr A B C P Co 

and postmaster 

Arrow Lakes, consisting of the Up- 
per Lake, 45 miles in length, and the 
Lower, 50 miles, are situated in West 
Kootenay District, 27 miles south of 
Revelstoke, and are formed by the 
broadening of the Columbia River. 
Arrowhead is at the north end and 
Robson at the south end. They vary 
from 3 miles to ^ mile across. 

Arrow Lake Division, a mining di- 
vision taking in the watershed 
around the Arrow Lakes, with re- 
corder's office at Xakusp, sub-office 
Vernon. 

ARROW PARK 

a P.O. and settlement in Slocan Prov. 
Elec. Dist., on the Columbia River, 
16 miles south of Nakusp, the busi- 
ness centre. Reached by CP.R. lake 
steamers. Has telephone and Govt, 
telegraph. Population, 170. Angli- 
can church. Local resources: Log- 
ging, fruit growing, etc. About 3,000 
acres are open for settlement. (See 
also East Arrow Park.) 

Adolph G logging 
Arrow Park Farmers Inst 
Arrow Park Women's Inst 
Beck R farming 
Bourne A mixed farming 
Carey Bros ranching 
Eastman E ranching 
Eastman H ranching 
Eastman K ranching 
Edgewood Lumber Co Ltd Geo Wal- 
ton supt logging 
Fairhurst R farming 
Hardy Jos farming 
Harrison A J mixed farming 
Head J gardener 
Highman Jas farming 
Hopkins T G orchardist 
James J mixed farming 
Jeffrey S farming 
McVicar D A farmer 




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Marsland A farming' 
Marsland B farming 
Marsland James hotel 
Marsland Mrs John farming 
Mauchline A fruit ranching 
Mauchline G farming 
Mauchline H farming 
Mauchline W mixed farming 
Oakes F farming 
Paterson J D pole contractor 
Ravenor Arthur B farming 
Ritchie Archibald ranching and JP 
Richardson A C farming 
Rogers George farming 
Rogerson T D farming 
Slater A logger 
Slater H logger 
Slater J orchardist 
Slater J M orchardist 
Snell P farmer 
Somerville T farming 
Sweeting V W farming 
Tracy F logging 

Walton Geo supt Edgewood Lbr Co 
Welbanks Geo school teacher 
Welliver Irvine logging 
Wilson Harrison gen store teleg agt 
and PM 

ARROWHEAD 

a post office at the mouth of the 
Columbia River, where it empties in- 
to the Upper Arrow Lakes; in Revel- 
stoke Provincial Electoral District; 
Kootenay Land Registry District 
(Nelson); connected with West Rob- 
son at south end of Arrow Lakes, by 
C. P. R. lake steamers, distance 128 
miles. Has Anglican and Presbyter- 
ian church services; C. P. R. Tele- 
graph and good public school; also 
two shingle mills and one saw mill. 
Population, 350. Local resources: 

Farming, lumbering and mining. 
Armstrong Ivan prov fire-warden 
Arrow Lakes Lumber Co J E Bland 

supt 
Arrowhead Co-operative Society A N 

Vars mgr 
Ashburner Geo mixed farming and 

sec Galena school board. 
Barlow Reg farming 
Benedict Oscar mgr C B Hume & Co 
Bland J E supt Arrow Lakes Lbr 

Co JP 
Boutilier O mixed farming 
Bowen E D farming 
Boyd Geo farming 
Brinkman Robt fireman Diamond 

Lumber & Shingle Co 
Buchholtz F chf steward SS "Bon- 

nt'n" 
Burns R farming 

CHAFMAir, GEO. 

Tobacconist, Billiards and Barber 
Shop. 

Crawford Dan elk C B Hume & Co 
Daem Phil section foreman 
Davis H H purser SS "Bonnington'' 
Day Jos sec Hall's Landing sch brd 
Dedoossenco John farming 
Dedoossenco Metto farming 
Dennison L B eng Hamilton Shingles 

Ltd 
DIAMOND XiTTMBER & SHINGIiB 
CO. 

A. J. Waskett, Managrer. 
Doane Miss L P school tchr 
Fairhurst R boat hand 
Fisher Herb farming 
Fitzsimmons Capt SS "Minto" and 

"Bonnington" 
Furlong M farming 
Georges L tiemkr 
Hall D S farming 



Hall Lawrence boat hand 
Hall N F farming 
Halverson E farming 

HAMZZ^TON SHINOIiBS I^TD. 

James Sneddon, Managrer. Mann- 
factnrers and Shippers ot B. C. 
Shinsrles. 

Harcourt C G T mgr Imperial Bank 
Henry E P watchman Arrow Lakes 

Lumber Co 
Hinchey W J farming 
Howieson Geo conf tobacco etc 
Huggard Thos ferryman 
Hume C B & Co Ltd gen store 
Hyham Harry farming 
Imperial Bank C G T Harcourt mgr 
Ivy Fred boat hand 
Johnsburg Carl ship mate 
Johnston Capt Chas 
Johnston H cedar posts and sec sch 

board 
Kendrick John engineer 
Kincheck H A mixed farming 
Kirk Clarence waiter 
Kirk Fred mail clerk 
Kirkpatrick Joseph C mining 
Langille J E millman 
Lightburn W J prop Union Hotel 
Locke R farming 
Logan R W mixed farming 
McDonald D prov constable 
McGaghan J B fur dealer tel exch 

and PM 
Mclnroy John poles and lumber 
Mackay J J farming 
McQueen Geo farming 
McQueen J farming 
McQueen R farming 
Manning Robt boat watchman 
Markstrom Albert farming 
Markstrom I farming 
Masson Steven B farming 
Mellish Albert farming 
Mellish H farming 
Metson T farming 
Michels Peter farming 
Molsons Bank J F Shaw mgr 
Moorwood Arthur farming 
Moorwood C farming 
Nelson John mixed farming 
Oliver A boat fireman 
Olsen John farming 
Patterson — foreman Diamond Lum- 
ber & Shingle Co 
Petersen S chf eng SS "Bonning'n" 
Pilkey R A farming 
Quong Sing Yune Co merchants 
Rau Max waiter 
Revelstoke Trout Lake & Big Bend 

Telephone Co O W Benedict opr 
Salmon H farming 
Saudino T farming 
Saules Capt Selby SS "Yale" 
Shannon W farming 
Shaw John farming 
Shaw J F mgr Molsons Bank 
Shaw Wm dairyman 
Shumaker John farming 
Simpson Floyd engineer 
Simpson R mgr R Simpson shingle 

mill 
Simpson R Shingle Mill 
Sneddon Jas mgr Hamilton Shingles 

Ltd 
Steer J D engineer SS "Yale" 
Stephens W mixed farming 
Stewart H F agt CPR and Dom Ex 
Sutherland Capt Oswald SS "Irene" 
Thompson A 2nd officer SS "Bonn." 
Thompson Lome sawyer 
Trotter J transfer 
Truett George waiter 
Trussler H cattle-raising 
Union Hotel W^ J Lightburne prop 
Vars A N mgr Arrowhead Co-op Soc 
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Vigue John farming 

Vigue John jr pole and post mkr 

Vigue L W farmer 

Waddington F G farming 

Waskett A mgr Diamond Lumber & 

Shingle Co 
"Watt John farming 

Arrow Passage, on the north of 
Benwick Island, 5 miles south of 
Broughton Island. 

ARROWSMITH 

a flag station on E. & X. Ry., 14 
miles from Alberni and 118 north 
of Victoria, in Alberni Provincial 
Electoral District, 1,400 feet altitude. 
Cameron Lake is nearest fetation and 



telegraph office of C. P. R. Local 
resources: Timber, good fishing and 
hunting at Cameron Lake and vi- 
cinity. Only residents are the sec- 
tion crew. Address mail via the 
Cameron Lake post office. 
Costin J sec foreman 

Arrowsmifh Mountain, 12 miles 
east of Alberni, Vancouver Island. 

Arrowstone Hills, 13 miles north 
of Ashcroft. 

Arthur Point, on north of Eden Is- 
land. 

Arthur Seat, a mountain 3 miles 
southwest of Spence's Bridge. 

Ashby Point, on northwest of Hope 
Island. 



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on the main line of C. P. R. and 
C. N. R., 204 miles east of Vancou- 
ver, in Yale Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, Yale Land Registry District 
(Kamloops) and Yale County (Kam- 
loops). Is the gateway by road to 
the Cariboo Country, and the roads 
are splendid for motoring. Is the 
branching off point from the east on 
the way to Vancouver via the C. P. 
R. and the C. X. R. In the centre 
of the Irrigated belt, and noted par- 
ticularly for its famous potatoes and 
beans. Altitude, 1,004 feet. Has of- 
fice of Provincial Government Agent, 
Assessor and Collector, Land Com- 
missioner of Yale Land Recording 
District, District Registrar of Su- 
preme and County Courts, Provincial 
Police, Mining Recorder of Ashcroft 
Mining Division and Sub-Collector 
of Customs, outport of Revelstoke. 
Has Dominion and Canadian North- 
ern Express. Public school. Popu- 
lation, 500. Local resources: Stock- 
raising and mixed farming. 

AOAJC, WM. C. 

Provincial Assessor. 

Armstrong Angus retired 
Ashcroft Copper Co Fred Keefers 
(Spokane) mgr 

ASHCBOirr HOTEi; 

Joy Shnng, Proprietor. 

ASHCBOPT JOTTXtNAIi 

(Weekly.) Ashcroft Pt^r. Co. &td., 
Publishers. 
Ashcroft Meat Market P Burns & Co 

Ltd props 
Ashcroft News Co P L Campbell 

prop 
Ashcroft Printing Co Ltd R D Gum- 
ming mgr pubs Ashcroft Journal 
Ashcroft School Board R D Gumming 

sec 
Ashcroft Theatre Geo Ward mgr 
Ashcroft Tire & Battery Hospital 

John Rolston prop 
Ashcroft "Water Electric & Improve- 
ment Co E A Punter mgr 
Austin H L G mgr Bank of Montreal 
Austin Hugh eng Ash "W E & I Co 
Bailey Geo N vice-pres Harvey 

Bailey Ltd 
Bailey M mgr Harvev Bailey Ltd 
Ball Mrs F tel opr Govt Tels 
Bank of Montreal H L G Austin 

mgr 
Bara A mixed farming 
Barclay G N mixed farming 
Barclay G N mixed farming 
Barker R opr CPR Tels 



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Barr Jos emp Steel End Exp Co 

Beech S E physician 

Belshaw David mgr Ashcroft Meat 

Market 
Belshaw Thos confectionery 
Bennie Isa F steno Bank of Montreal 
Berry J J mgr Dom Govt CPR Tel 
Birks Fred C mgr Royal Bank 
Bishop R G opr CPR Tels 
Bose W H farming 
Bowen R "W chief Prov Constable 
Bryson J B sheep ranching 
Bryson Melville Sub-Coll Customs 
Burr Fred A chauffeur 
Burr Joseph L chauffeur 
Burr J "W bees dairy farming 
Calder F F judge County Court 
Calder "Wm T ranching 
Cameron J R agent CPR 
Cameron Leslie mgr dir Steel 

Exp Co 
Campbell A A asst agt CPR 
Campbell P L confectionery 
C X Rys X S Eraser agent 
Canadian Pacific Railway J R Cam- 
eron agt 

CSNTKAI. GAB AGE 
Henry J. Mackay, Prop. 

Central Hotel (Chinese) 
Chataway Geo H sec United Farm- 
ers of B C 
Chiswell SDH acct Steel End Exp 

Co 
Clippendale Josephine nurse Hosp 
Collins H mixed farming 
Collins John G mixed farming 
Cornwall F V mixed farming stock 
Crossley G dairy farming 
Gumming L "W apr Ashcroft Ptg Co 
Gumming Milton elk Ashcroft Meat 

Market 
Gumming Robt D gen ins agt and 

mgr-enditor Ashcroft Ptg Co 
Dawson Cole soft drinks and tobacco 

Ashcroft Hotel 
Dominion Govt Tel C E Gooding 

dist supt 
Doyle Pat sec foreman Black Canyon 
Dumond Mark farm machinery hard- 
ware autos etc 
Earle Rufus R barrister 
Elliott Frank L transfer 
Evans O E R mixed farming 
Field Spencer farming 
Fook Alex shoemkr and repr 
Fraser John pumpman CPR 
Gammie Janie P prin public school 
Gibson C H mixed farming 
Gibson Geo ranching 
Gilbert Robt elk Harvey Bailey Ltd 
Girling Wm J plumber M Dumond 
Glover Motor Co Norman Glover mgr 




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Sheet 
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Glover Norman mgr Glover Motor Co 

Gooding Miss C bkpr CPR Tel 

Gooding C E dist supt Dom Govt 

. Tel 

Gouldburn Elizabeth matron Hosp 

Government Liquor Store R J Mc- 
Kay vendor 

Haddad J B jeweler 

Haddock Arthur fur buyer 

Haddock Jas fur hides 

Harland Thos freighter 

Harvey Bailey Ltd M Bailey mgr 
general store 

Hem Peter produce 

Hensman Chas S painter 

Home Portraiture Geo Smart mgr 

Howey Elsie M tchr public school 

Hunter A G dairy farming 

Huston W M drugs 

Huston W O sheep ranching 

Hykawy Pete section foreman 

Imperial Oil Ltd A W Jervis agt 

Jervis A W transfer 

Joy Shung prop Ashcroft Hotel 

Kelley Rev W J pastor Zion Presb 
church 

Kenning Gordon E elk Govt office 

Kirk R L dairy farming 

Kirk T H dairy farming 

Kirkpatrick Thos laborer 

xinoHT, a. B. 

Auto Service. 

Kwong Yee Chong Co general store 
Lady Mlnto General Hospital E 

Gouldburn matron 
Lang Geo elk A C Vincent 
Lawson H S elk Bank of Montreal 
Lee Wing tailor 

Lehman Bert mech M Dumond 
Lehman J undertaker 
Lessard M mixed farming 
Lin Yow Kee Co general store 
Lulu David bee keeping 
McDonald Greta tchr public school 
McDowell Edith steno R Morgan 
McGillivray Chas elk "W McNair 
Mcintosh N J opr CPR Tels 
McKay Donald blksmith hlpr F Riley 
Mackay Henry J prop Central Gar- 
age 
McKay Roderick J vendor Govt Li- 
quor Store 
McNair W produce and comn 
Mehara Wm section Barnes Creek 
Mitchell John D janitor PO bldg 
Mitchell T D mixed farming 
Morgan Robt barrister 
Munro Gilbert janitor public school 
O'Hara "Wm bkpr Ashcroft Meat ^kt 
Oppenheim P prospector 
Palombi Thos garage 
Parke P farming stock 
Parker A R elk Royal Bank 
Patterson Jas watchman CNR 
Patterson Laura messgr C P Tels 

PETERS, F. I^. 

Garage and Automobile Dealer. 

Punter A E mgr Ash W E & I Co 
Purkis Geo mech M Dumond 
Reid Robinson A ledger Bk of Mont 
Richards Kathleen G asst PM 
Richards Marjorie elk PM 
Richards T J postmaster 
Riley Prank farm impts blacksmith 
Rolston John prop Ashcroft Tire & 

Battery Hospital 
Rolston John eng Ash W E & I Co 
Romeo Naples shoemaker 
Royal Bank of Canada F C Birks mgr 
St Alban's Anglican Church Rev W 

Sandilands vicar 
Sandilands Herbt elk W M Huston 
Sandilands Rev W Anglican clergy 
Sandilands W T elk Royal Bank 
Seward Wm section CPR 
Sherman Geo section foreman CNR 



Skrifvars Elmer barber 

Sloan J D opr CPR Tels 

Sloan Samuel elk M Dumond 

Steel End Express Co Ltd Leslie 

Cameron mng dir 
Stephens Geo pumpman CNR 
Stoddard R building contr 
Sun Hing Yuen laundry 
Sutherland Donald watchman CPR 
Sutherland Elsie bkpr Dom Govt Tels 
Sutherland J sec Harvey Bailey Ltd 
Svendsen H E bee keeping 
Thompson W E mixed farming 
Ting J J & Co general store 
Tofln N section foreman CPR 
United Farmers of B C Geo H Chat- 
away sec 
Vassar J teamster 
Victoria Cafe (Chinese) 
Vincent A C general store 
Walker R A pool soft drinks 
Ward Geo mgr Ashcroft Theatre 
Warden Harry opr CNR 
Wells Andrew farming 
Wells L A farming 
West W J mgr B C Exp Co 
Wilson F H C dist court registrar 

notary 
Wing Chong Tai Bros general store 
Wing Lo Lung Co general store 
Yet Chong Lung Co grocers 
You Sun tailor 

Zion Presbyterian Church Rev W J 
Kelley pastor 



Ash Lake, 5 miles long, 22 miles 
northwest of Albernl, Vancouver Is- 
land. 

Ash River, 7 miles long, runs into 
Stamps River 13 miles northwest of 
Alberni. 

ASHNOLA 

a siding on the G. N. R. on an Indian 
reservation, near Keremeos, 13 miles 
from Headley, in Similkameen Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. No white 
residents. 



Ashnola River, 28 miles long, runs 
Into Similkameen River 9 miles west 
of Keremeos. 

Ashton Creek, 7 miles long, runs 
into Spallumcheen River 6 miles east 
of Enderby. 

Askom Mountain, 8,750 feet, 21 
miles northwest of Lytton. 

ASPEN GROVE 

a P.O. and settlement in Yale Prov. 
Elec. Dist. Stage from Thalia, the 
nearest station, on the K. V. Ry., 
distant 13 miles. Merritt, distant 24 
miles. Is the nearest telegraph point 
and business centre. Has Dom. Govt, 
long-distance telephone. Land values 
average $10 to $30 per acre. Ranch- 
ing and mining are carried on. Large 
copper deposits here. 
Angstadt W A dairying 
Bate John E farming 
Betterton Eraser & Co ranching saw- 
mill and gen store 
Big Sioux Mine R R Hedley mgr sil- 
ver copper office Nicola 
Peter Geo D sec U F of B C and PM 
United Farmers of B C Geo D Peter 
sec 

Assinlbolne Mountain, 11,860 feet, 
on the Alberta boundary, north of 
Windermere. 

Asulkan Glacier, 5 miles south of 
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ATBARA 

a siding on the C. P. R.. 2 miles east 
of Kootenay Landing, in Kaslo Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. No agent 
or residents. 

ATCHELITZ 

a post office and station on the B. 
C. E. Ry. (railway name Lichman), 
Fraser Valley line, in Chilliwack Pro- 
vincial Electoral District, % mile 
west of South Sumas. Sardis, 2 miles 
east, is nearest banking point. Chil- 
liwack, 5 miles east, is nearest tele- 
graph and telephone office. Local 
resources: Farming. 
Allen Robt J farming 
Alward S D farming 
Arnold F C E farming 
Barrett G B farming 
Barrett J mixed farming 
Bennett F farming 
Chadsey Alex farming 
Chadsey Ray farming 
Collins W E R farming 
Collinson F A farming 
Creswell R H S PM 
Ford Richard farming 
Ford S L farming 
Gill E mixed farming 
Gorham G W farming 
Hall George farming 
Hall Henry farming 
Hall Matthew farming 
How J farming 
Irwin David A farming 
Jackson A farming 
Jackson H farming 
Kirkness D farming 
Lefett Sidney farming 
Levee A W farming 
McDonald N mixed farming 
McGillivray J W farming 
MacLeod A L mixed farming 
MacLeod J A mixed farming 
Matheson John farming 
Mounce Jas farming 
Nelmes Harold farming 
Norwell N dairy farming 
Orr J N farming 
Porter H farming 
Richardson W farming 
Rutherford M laborer 
Salmon Rudolph farming 
Sherlaw A farming 
Snider Steve farming 
Thomas Lewis farming 
Toop F W dairy farming 
Toop J W dairy farming 
Toop R S dairy farming 
Toop Sampson poultry raising 
Toop W H dairy farming 
Tranmer A laborer 
Walker A R mixed farming 
WaJker Ralph farming 
Wilson J farming 

ATHALMER 

a post office and village on the Co- 
lumbia River, at foot of Winder- 
mere Lake, in Columbia Provincial 
Electoral District, Kootenay Land 
Registry District (Nelson). Served 
by C. P. R. (Kootenay Central 
branch) between Wilmer and Winder- 
mere. Has office of Provincial Po- 
nce Constable, Dominion Express, 
Presbyterian Church. Population, 
150. Local resources: Stock-raising 
and mining. 

Athalmer Rink Co Ltd 

Athalmer Townsite Co J L McKay 

prop 
Ball Miss E school teacher 
Ballard Lloyd lumberman 



Ballard W lumberman 

Barry Thos E prop Coronation Hotel 

Bone Harry farmer 

Bramell Geo A stock dairying 

Brewer Hope mixed farming 

Brice Chas barber 

Broadfoot Samuel J teamster Tro- 
jan Mining Co 

Brothers John farmer 

Buckman J blacksmith 

Byers A pool room 

Columbia Valley Supply (F Richard- 
son and H Gore) hardware 

Conover H trapper 

Coronation Hotel T E Barry prop 

Davis Jos hotel clerk 

Dawson E J guide outfitter 

Dempster Wm trapper 

Dilworth J A trapper 

Duncan James farming 

Filmour J laborer 

Franson Chas sec foreman 

Gore Harry of Columbia Valley Sup- 
ply Co 

Graftson Oley miner 

Grant W shoemaker 

Hanley J prov constable 

Hanson H P miner 

Imperial Bank 

Kelly Wm L agent CPR 

Lake Joseph gen store 

Lake Percy farming 

Lake Windermere Garage M Deal 
prop 

Lambert James farming stock 

Laravie Felix farming 

Larmour Frederick retired 

Lawson Chas farming 

Lee Wong restaurant 

Lim You Co restaurant 

Lowerson Robt lumberman 

McConnal R H teamster 

MacDonald Ed laborer 

McDonald J A farmer 

McKay James L prop Queen Mine, 
lead 

Miner J D lumberman 

Nelson Andy miner 

Newton Arthur farming 

Olsen Ole section hand 

Palmer Gordon garage 

Palmer Wm H farming stock 

Pennington George road boss 

Pennington W A miner 

Peters Henry H dairy 

Pye Wm carpenter 

BICHABOSON, TKAinC 

General Store. Manager Atlialmer 
Ktunber Yard, Postmaster, J. P., 
Kotary and Secretary of School 
Board. 

Rutherford R accountant 

Sam Kee restaurant 

Shaw Guy teaming contractor 

Sims James mach CPR 

Sinclair James retired 

Sitting Bull Mining Co 

Sklvington Mrs dressmaker 

Toby Creek Mining Co Ltd Robt F 

Mills rep 
Toby Creek Spring Co 
Trojan Copper Mines Corp 
Turner Dorothy tel operator 
Turner Leonard farm hand 
Turner Mrs T W^ farming 
Turner T W clerk 
Uland Earl farmer 
Walsh David laborer 
Walsh J lumberman 
Walsh Leonard laborer 
White Harry miner 
Williams M M farmer 

Atkinson Creek, 4 miles long, trib- 
utary of Salmon River, West Koot- 
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Atkinson Island, 1 mile long, % 
mile nortli of Broughton Island. 

ATKINSON POINT 

See Point Atkinson. 

ATLAS 

a salmon cannery on the Fraser 
River, owned by B. C. Packers' As- 
sociation, 517 Granville Street, Van- 
couver. 

At-Lat-Zee River, 7 miles long, a 
tributary of Kingcome River. 

ATLI INLET 

formerly a logging camp on the north 
of Lyell Island, Queen Charlotte Is- 
lands, in Prince Rupert Provincial 
Electoral District, reached by G. T. 
R. steamers from Prince Rupert. 
Nearest telegraph office is at Thur- 
ston, distant 20 miles. Nearest post 
office is at Lockport. 

ATLIN 

a P.O. and mining town almost in 
the extreme northwest of the Pro- 
vince situated on the east side of 
Atlin Lake, about 30 miles south of 
the Yukon boundary, reached via 
Carcross, on White Pass Ry., and 
. steamer on Taku Arm. Has offices 
of Prov. Government Agent, Assessor 
and Collector, Land Commissioner, 
Gold Commissioner, Water Recorder, 
Prov. Police Constable and Atlin 
Dist. Registrar of Supreme and 
County Courts. Atlin is the head- 
quarters of the Atlin Lake Mining 
Division, which covers the whole 
northwest corner of the Province 
west of and from the watershed or 
height of land between the Taku and 
Stikine Rivers, with sub-recording 
office at Telegraph Creek. Has Gov- 
ernment telegraph station, public 
school, general hospital and two 
churches. Atlin is becoming very 
popular as a tourist resort; over 1,- 
000 visited in 1920 and are increas- 
ing every season. The wonderful 
scenery and climate are attractive. 
Local resources: Lode and placer 
mining for gold, silver, copper, etc. — 
gold and copper predominating. 
Adams Geo min mgr 
Atlin General Hospital 
Atlin Inn W P & T Ry props 
Bennett E J clerk 
Booke E H chauffeur 
Branquart Frank cook 
Carlson Herman trapper 
Carlson Victor sawyer 
Clark Andrew baker 
Clark Jas sawmill 
Conroy W B fox farm 
Crow Peter cook 
Davis Henry carpenter 
Dodd W A cook 
Duff Thompson trapper 
Dunham Jas miner 
Dunlop Richard sawmill 
Durie Albert chauffeur 
Eggert Jules jeweller 
Fenk John B ranching 
Fenn Mrs A M laundry 
Forrest A S laborer 
Fraser C R clerk 

Fraser J A S M Govt Agt Land 
and Gold Commr Assessor and Col- 
lector Coroner etc 
Gabrio Peter blacksmith 
Garrett John grocer 
Gilmore Chas E carpenter 



Globe Theatre E L Pillman prop 

Goddard E E sawmill 

Haenell Ed trapper 

Hall D L ranching (Burna Creek) 

Harper C S sec GWVA 

Haskins F H trapper 

Hathorn W C S retired R N 

Henning F J tmstr 

Hood W B miner 

Hot Springs Jos Housel prop 

Housel Jos prop Hot Springs 

James Mrs T A postmistress 

Johnson Fred miner 

Johnson J sta engineer 

Johnston Samuel ranching 

Kershaw J B hardware 

Kirkland Miss resident 

Kootenay Hotel J Roxborough prop 

Krumbiegel Arno store clerk 

Laverdiere N fox farm (Indian 

Creek) 
Little F E carp and sheriff's bailiff 
Lipscombe Jas agt W P & Y Route 
McCallum Colin trapper 
McMillan J D trapper 
Mackintosh J W grocer 
Marshall A Teal fisherman 
Marshall Jas laborer 
Molyneaux Hugh road foreman 
Murphy Nathan fox farm and miner 

(O'Donnell River) 
Nelson I H gen store (Spruce Creek) 
Nevile C W A waterworks 
Nicoll B G miner 
Paxton Wm G mining recorder and 

registrar etc 
Pillman E L prop Globe Theatre 
Pillman E W & Co notions 
Prescott J T ranching (Warm Bay) 
Read L C photographer 
Rineberg J B miner 
Rogers J B miner 
Rogers E E physician 
Roxborough Andrew laborer 
Roxborough John prop Kootenay Htl 
Roxborough R A chauffeur 
Roxborough W M chauffeur 
Royal Hotel L Schulz prop 
Ruffner J M mine manager 
St Andrew's Hospital Dorothy M 

Taylor supt 
Schulz Louis prop Royal Hotel gen 

store 
Schulz & Sinclair teaming and autos 
Senn J H fur trader 
Shepherd Mrs E laundry 
Sinclair G D sawmill 
Smith Alex laborer 
Stevens Victor cond W P & Y Ry 
Still A J trapper 
Stokes Jas miner 

Sullivan Daniel L marine engineer 
Tallmire Jos chauffeur 
Taylor A B telegraph operator 
Taylor Dorothy M supt St Andrew's 

Hospital 
Taylor Miss J M teacher 
Toots A M miner 
Van Valkenburg J J miner 
Wallace R J carpenter 
Webster Robt Prov Police constable 
White Pass & Yukon Route J Lips- 
combe agent 
White Thos W^ fox farm and miner 

(O'Donnell River) 
Williams John govt liquor vendor 
Wrong F B hotel clerk 

ATNARKO 

a P.O. in the Skeena District, 57 
miles east of Bella Coola. A wagon 
road from Bella Coola extends to 
within 12 miles of Atnarko, then a 
pack horse trail continues along the 
Govt, telegraph line to Anaham Lake 
and Chilcoten. The Atnarko District 
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mild climate, is a sportsman's para- 
dise, with plenty of good land for 
settlement. 

Bowton W V teleg opr 
Edwards E H ranching 
Edwards R ranching 
Gledhill L ranching 
Gyllenspetz E ranching 
Heckmann M ranching 
Marvin M W postmaster 
Nelson Wm trapper 
Wright B C prospector 

Atnarko River, 17 miles long, trib- 
utary of Bella Coola River. 

Atway-Kellase River, a tributary 
of Wakeman River. 

Auger Island, 5 miles long, off the 
west coast of Pitt Island. 

AULDGIRTH 

(Formerly Black Pool) 
a post office on the C. N. R., 63 
miles north of Kamloops, with which 
it is connected by auto road, in the 
North Thompson Valley Provincial 
Electoral District. Has long distance 
telephone and two schools. Local 
resources, mining and farming. One 
of the best dairying and small fruit 
districts in the valley. Favorable 
rainfall and good water; two crops 
of clover are grown per year readily. 
Land values average ?10 raw per 
acre, to $30 improved. Altitude, 1,254 
feet. Population 58. 
Allen J R school teacher 
Brown L miner 
Byrne J C farming 
Cleavely C farming and sec school 

board 
Cleaveley J farming 
Fook B T mine foreman 
Fook 'W farming 
Helvay JP- farming 
Hobkirk CT P dairy farming 
Hobkirk P dairy farming 
MacKenzie A L farming 
MacKenzie E farming 
Miller John H farming and PM 
Queen Bess Mine United Six Mining 

Co owners G Westby mgr silver 

lead 
Schlichter J W mining 
Tostenson T sec foreman 
United Six Mining Co owners Queen 

Bess Mine 
Westby G mgr Queen Bess Mine 

AUSTIN FARM 

a Dom. Govt. Long Distance Tele- 
phone and Telegraph office, 1 mile 
south of Heffley Creek, the P.O. and 
13 miles north of Kamloops, the 
business centre. Local resources: 
Stock raising and mixed farming. 

Austin W R estate ranchers 

Bedard G mail contr 

Connor J R rancher 

Devick A rancher 

Devick H rancher 

Devick W rancher 

Forsythe H E ranching 

Hett R M farming 

Lawrence Bros ranching 

McCarten & Spratt farmers 

Palmer W F ranching 

Sutton E farmer 

Thornley Fred gen store and PM 

Webb E J mgr W R Austin Estate 

Austin Mountain, in the northwest 
of Dunsmuir District, Vancouver Is- 
land, 16 miles southeast of Alberni. 



AUSTRALIAN RANCH 

in Cariboo Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. The property of Yorston Bros., 
whose post office is Macalister, 23 
miles south. 

Australian Ranch Robt and John Mc- 
Kay Yorston MLA props 

AUSTRALIAN 

a flag station on the P. G. E. Ry., 
in the Cariboo District, 19 miles 
from Quesnel. 

Avalanche Mountain, 3 miles north- 
east of Glacier. 

AVOLA 

a post office and statoin on C. X. R. 
main line, 115 miles north of Kam- 
loops, the business centre, in Kam- 
loops Provincial Electoral District. 
Has G. X. W. telegraph office. Pop- 
ulation, 100. Local resources: Tim- 
ber and farming land. 
Anderson Elmer farming 
Anderson Eric farming 
Anderson Otto farming 
Binkland Peter farming 
Campbell J E mgr S L & S Co 
C N Ry Fred McCarthy agt 
Cook C shingle mill 
Crowley Dan lumbering 
Curtiss G C filer 
Cushman F farming and trapper 
Daltur F M farming 
Evans E farming 
Fahey James farming 
Fowler E H asst PM 
Fowler W C F gen store and PM 
Fox Frank trapper 
Fox Wm trapper 
Giesin J farming 
Goodenough A rep Lindsley Bros 
Grant W contractor 
Greenwood Henry F farming 
Greenwood J engineer 
Hansen Hans farming 
Hardy H F farming and contractor 
Harris Geo farming 
Hayes M T contractor 
Hayes & Morrison logging contrs 
Hursbedt Hans farming 
Johnson B H farming 
Jordan X farming 
Lawrence R contractor 
Leith Nick farming 
Lindsley Bros lumbering cedar 
Manijko Jack farming 
McCarthy Fred agt CXR 
McMullen John farming 
Xewland M farming 
Olso.n Carl farming 
Rosseau Xoah farming 
Scott J T farming 
Scott W J farming 
Stillwater Lumber & Shingle Co Ltd 

J E Campbell pres 
White H L farming 

Awun River, 5 miles long, runs in- 
to Masset Inlet, Graham Island. 

Ax Creek, 3 miles long, a tributary 
of Gordon River, Vancouver Island. 

Axe Point, on the w^ist side of 
Knight Inlet. 

Aylmer Point, 4 inil'3s south of 
Biunden Harbour. 

BABINE 

a Hudson's Bay post and settlement 
in the Omineca Provincial Electoral 
District, 48 miles north of Hazelton, 
on G. T. P., the nearest railway and 
telegraph point, reached by pack 




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train and dog team. Mining, hunt- 
ing and fishing. Population: White, 
10; Indians, 300. Address mail via 
Hazelton. 

Aiken W elk H B Co 
Coccola Rev Father RC church 
Coghlan Wm prospector 
Gibbs H G supt hatchery 
Guest H emp ha,tchery 
Hearn G emp hatchery 
Hudson's Bay Co Einar Ursen mgr 

gen store 
Johnson Fred C fishery officer 
Johnson W R foreman hatchery 
Leon Daniel gen store and hotel 
Leveratt Wm emp hatchery 
McAvoy Thos Geo farming 
Morrisey J F school teacher 
Ursen Einar mgr Hudson's Bay Co 
Williams Emil gen store 

Eablne Lake, a Lake at)out 100 
miles in length, in the Ominect. "Ois- 
tnct, lat. 55, long. 162, and 50 miles 
east of Hazelton. 

Bablne River, 50 miles long, runs 
from north of Babine Lake into 
Skeena River, 35 miles north of Haz- 
elton. 

Bae-Zae-Ko River, 50 miles long, 
runs into Blackwater River, 30 miles 
west of Blackwater. 

Bag Harbour, on the southeast of 
Moresby Island, Queen Charlottes. 

BAINBRIDGE 

a flag station and sawmill on the 
E. & N. Ry., 5 miles n-w of Alberni, 
which is nearest C. P. R. tel. office, 
in Alberni Prov. Elec. Dist. Popula- 
tion, 300. The mill of the Bainbridge 
Lumber Co., has a capacity of 80,000 
ft. per day. Has telephone and mail 
delivery. 
Bainbridge Lumber Co Ltd Clarence 

Board pres 
Clark Miss M steno B L Co 
Clausen M emp B L Co 
Corry Miss K teacher 
Fisher A D insp B L Co 
Fisher J M emp B L Co 
Flakerty J W logging contr 
Gill K emp B L Co 
Glenville Bros farming 
Green J emp B L Co 
Heaslip H W emp B L Co 
Hoard Clarence pres B L Co 
Hoard H A logging contr 
Irving R emp B L Co 
Jones S A filer B L Co 
Kevis A fireman B L Co 
King J planerman B L Co 
McCarter Wm mgr B L Co 
McKenzie D emp B L Co 
O'Brien H eng B L Co 
Puyenbrock A Van acct 
Rummey A sec frmn CPR 
West C E emp B L Co 
Wright Bruse sawyer B L Co 

Baird Creek, 4 miles long, a trib- 
utary of Gordon River, Vancouver 
Island. 

Bajo Point, on the west side of 
Nootka Island. 

BAKER 

a P.O. and ranching settlement In 
Cranbrook Prov. Elec. Dist., midway 
between Rampart and Mayook, on 
the C. P. R. Crow's Nest Branch. Has 
Kootenay Lines telephone. 
Anderson Andrew ranching 
Anderson H farming 
Arnold Geo cattle dairying and PM 



Bedorski Louko section foreman 

Bets George farming 

Bulkot Basil farming 

Cameron C Mclnnis farming 

Cameron Thos farming 

Churcher A farming 

Coe T J farming 

Creelman S H farming 

Dove E farming 

Edmonds Henry sectionman 

Fleetwood C B farming 

Freeman C E farming 

Freeman E E ranching 

Hill E A farming 

Hogwell A farmer 

Hogwell Theodore farming 

Kapic W farming 

Marquet W logger 

Nydokis S section hand 

Rothwell W G farming 

Stone A P logging 

Stone C E contr 

Baker Creek, 12 miles long, tribu- 
tary of St. Mary's Creek, Fort Steele 
District. 

Baker Creek, 10 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Canoe River, 14 miles north 
of Boat Encampment. 

Baker Creek, 5 miles long, runs 
into Christina Lake. 

Baker Inlet, near the north of 
Greenville Channel. 

Baker Island, 5 miles long, 2 miles 
south of Pearse Peninsula, Broughton 
Island. 

BAKER'S LANDING 

a settlement on east shore of Koot- 
enay Lake, in Kaslo Provincial 
Electoral District, 2 miles south of 
Kootenay Bay. Has Dominion Gov- 
ernment Long Distance Telephone. 
See names under Kootenay Bay, the 
post office. 

Baker Passage, between Cortes Is- 
land and Herando Island, in the north 
of the Straits of Georgia. 

Balaklava Island, 3 miles long, lies 
off the southeast of North Galiano 
Island, and to the north of Van- 
couver Island. 

BALCOMO 

a flag station on the K. V. Ry., in 
South Okanagan Provincial Elector- 
al District, 3 miles from West Sum- 
merland and 4% from Summerland, 
on C. P. R. Okanagan Lake steamer 
route. See directory listing under 
Summerland. 

Balean Creek, 13 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Salmon River, Shuswap Lake. 

BALFOUR 

a post office and settlement on Koot- 
neay Lake, in Trail Provincial Elec- 
toral District, 20 miles northeast of 
Nelson, reached by C. P. R. Nelson 
Kootenay Landing steamers, and Nel- 
son-Kaslo-Lardo boats. Nearest tel- 
egraph, C. P. R. at Proctor, distant 
% mile. Has B. C. Telephone. Has 
two churches and public school. 
Fruit-growing, poultry raising, dairy- 
ing and bee keeping. Population, 80. 
Begg Chas fruit ranching 
Begg Robert rancher 
Blewer Wm fruit ranching 
Brenilson T fruit ranching 
Bunker A poultry and fruit 
Cameron Angus stock and fruit 
Cherry H T fruit ranching 



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Cooper E CPR watchman 

Devlin T P fruit ranching 

Edmondson J R stock and fruit 

Eraser S S poultry fruit 

Gates F M fruit ranching 

Gilmour T poultry 

Green A H fruit bees surveyor 

Hall D rancher 

Harris P J fruit ranching 

Holt Chas bees gen store and PM 

Hoskin J H fruit ranching 

Hudson H poultry ranching 

Kennedy Jas fruit ranching 

Lyford Frank gardening 

McKay J A fruit ranching and sec 

school board 
McMillan Henry retired prospector 
Noakes A H fruit ranching 
Peachy John laborer 
Ross W D trapper and carpenter 
Seal Frank ranching 
Shaw G E fruit poultry and bees 
Strickland A G R fruit ranching 
Thomson Constance fruit ranching 
Thomson Douglas V ranching 
Tod Alex fruit and poultry 

Ball, Cape, on the east of Graham 
Island, Queen Charlottes. 

Ball, Mount, 10,930 feet, on the Al- 
berta boundary, 40 miles south of 
Stephen. 

Ball Point, on the north of Hardy 
Island. 

Ballinac Channel, between Ballinac 
Island and east coast of Vancouver 
Island. 

Ballinac Islands, two small islands 
in Strait of Georgia, 16 miles north- 
west of Nanaimo. Lighthouse on 
south end. 

BALMORAL 

a salmon cannery on the Skeena 
River, 1 mile east of Port Essing- 
ton. Has telephone office. Popula- 
tion, 400, including 60 Chinamen, 150 
Japanese and 100 Indians. See names 
under Port Essington. 

BAMBERTON 

a plant of the B. C. Cement Co., Ltd., 
located on Saanich Arm, Vancouver 
Island, Esquimau Provincial Elector- 
al District, reached by B. C. E. Ry., 3 
miles from Brentwood. Tod Inlet is 
the nearest post office. 
Anderson H works mgr 

BAMFIELD 

(Landing named Banfield.) 
a P.O. on Barclay Sound, west coast 
of Vancouver Island, in Alberni Prov. 
Elec. Dist. Pacific Cable Board and 
Dom. Govt, life-saving stations. Of- 
fice of acting Sub-Collector of Cus- 
toms. Preventive station outport of 
Nanaimo. Reached by C. P. R. steam- 
ers from Victoria, distant 95 miles, 
and launch from Port Alberni, 35 
miles, the nearest business centre. 
Dom. Govt, telegraph. Fishing, tim- 
ber, farming. Population, 200. 
Andrews T E cable opr 
Baird J R cable opr 
Barclay Sound Timber Co Ltd Stan- 
ley Gordon supt logging oprs 
Baxendale H L cable opr 
Birnie W B cable opr 
Brady Percy fisherman 
Brain Frank fur and fish dealer 
Carter W V customs collector 
Cleenoff Alex farming 
Couldery Allan lightkpr Pachena 
Covil R Percy gas eng and mach 



Croger J M cable opr 

Cuthbert P M cable opr 

Dalley C R cable opr 

Dedanko John fisherman 

Derman Alex farmer and trapper 

Fowlie W D cable opr 

Gallagher A B cable opr 

Oill J A boatman life svg stn 

Godson G G engineer 

Gordon Arthur 

Gordon Stanley mgr Barclay Sound 
Timber Co 

Grice J W eng life svg stn 

Hardman S C chemist 

Hernandez Carlos fisherman 

Hill S G cable opr 

Hoskins Alex lineman Gov Teleg 

Janet John fisherman 

Jennings E F retired 

Johannesen Chris fisherman 

Kennedy R C cable opr 

Kerr A J cable opr 

Lanyon H elec cable stn 

Laukholm Jens fisherman 

Lhlson A X cable opr 

Lynn Mrs F E sec school board 

Lynn John fisherman 

McCay Frank cable opr 

McDonald W J retired 

McGee Wm A agt Govt Tel and PM 

McKay Jas B fisherman 
McKay J R coxswain lifeboat 
McKee Mrs Mary general store 
McKenzie D cable opr 
Maben J mixed farming 
Maben W mixed farming 
Michelsen Peter truck gardening 
Mousley Chas E farming JP 
Nevitt N C cable opr 
Oliver Geo eng Cable Station 
Osborne Danvers J P supvr Cab Oft 
Phippard R C supvr Cable Station 
Plunket H L supvr cable stn 
Porritt Wright retired 
Pym Maj E I retired 
Restvedt Carl retired 
Richardson J C cable opr 
Richmond G K supvr cable stn 
Shutz Sid opr cable stn 
Smith Alfred supt cable stn 
Smith Stuart cable opr 
Stewart R D carpenter P C B 
Stoupe W J opr cable stn 
Thomas C E cable opr 
TurnbuU J W opr cable stn 
Whaley C B cable opr 
Wickham Chas J fisherman boat bldr 
Wickham L E fisherman 
Wishart David lineman Dom Govt 
Teleg 

Banfield Creek, on south side of 
entrance to Barclay Sound, Vancou- 
ver Island. 

Banks Island, 48 miles long and 12 
miles broad; lies west of Pitt Island, 
north of lat. 53, long. 130, and 69 
miles south of Prince Rupert. 

BANNOCK 

a mining and logging settlement on 

the Kettle Valley Ry., 13 miles north 

of Grand Forks, the post office, in 

Grand Forks Provincial Electoral 

District. 

Townsend Tim section foreman 

Bannock Creek, 10 miles long, 
flows into north end of Upper Arrow- 
Lake. 

Bannock Creek, 9 miles long, runs 
into Little Slocan Lakes. 

Bannock Creek, 4 miles long, tribu- 
tary of St. Mary's Creek. 

Bannock Point, at north end o 
Upper Arrow Lake. 




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Banter Point, on the south o 
Quatsino Sound, "Vancouver Island. 

Baptiste Creek, 10 miles long, runs 
into Fraser River 43 miles south c 
Fort George. 

Barclay Point, on the east side of 
inner harbour, Victoria. 

Bardswell Group, a number of is- 
lands lying on the south of Milbanl 
Sound, 12 miles west of Bella Bella. 

Bare Island, 1 mile northwest 
Lasqueti Island. 

Bare Island, 5 miles northwest 
Texada Island. 

Bare Island, ^ mile south of Thor- 
manby Island. 

Bare Island, 5 miles east of Sidney, 
Vancouver Island. 

Bare Lake, 3 miles long, 46 miles 
northeast of Ashcroft. 

Barfleur Passage, on the west side 
of entrance to Howe Sound. 

BARGAIN HARBOUR 

near Pender Harbour, Sechelt Pen- 
insula, in North Vancouver Provin- 
cial Electoral District, reached by 
Union S. S. Co.'s boats. No residents. 

BARKERVILLE 

an important mining town and post 
office in the south of the Cariboo 
District. It is the terminus of the 
Cariboo wagon road, 277 miles north 
of Ashcroft and 60 miles east of 
Quesnel, the nearest banking centre. 
Has a meteorological Station, office 
of Barkerville and Cariboo District 
Registrar of the County Court, Gold 
Commissioner Cariboo and Quesnel 
Mining Divisions, County Court, tel- 
egraph and express offices and public 
school. Big game hunting — moose, 
cariboo, grizzley and other bear, goats 
and deer. Good fishing. Good auto 
roads. 

Andersen M miner trapper 
Armstrong E E miner 
Baker C J S scientist land surveyor 
Bever D miner 
Bibby Jas miner 
Brown Alfred trapper 
Brown H teamster 
Brown Warren miner 
Brown Wm miner 
Butts John miner 
Campbell J trapper 
Cariboo Miners Assn 
Cochrane J D farming trapper guide 
Crowley Terrence school teacher 
Dodd Leonard A Gold Commr Disl 

Regr JP etc 
Duffy J C mixed farming 
Ferguson W cook 
Ford L miner 
Gilchrist Geo fire warden 
Harper A J gen store hotel livery 
Hodnett P miner 
Hopp John mgr JHM Ltd 
Hopp John Mines Ltd John Hopp 

mgr 
House J miner 
House Maggie hotel 
Houser E L miner 
House W miner 
Kibbee F farmer trapper guide 
Kibbee & Reed guides 
Littlefleld A trapper 
McCarthy W F undertaker etc 
McComish M miner 
McDougal J miner 
Mclntyre Duncan carpenter 
McKinnon M hotel and store 
Mason Harold trapper and guide 
Moore C W mgr W H Mining Co 
Moore Geo trapper 



Mugford N miner 

Muller Laurent miner 

Muller Louis miner 

Murphy R L tel opr 

Murphy T F postmaster 

Nicol T clerk 

Nowokowsky Wm trapper 

Parsons B miner 

Pettersen J steam engineer 

Reece R miner 

Reed F DW trapper and guide 

Roddick John P miner 

Roddie F teamster 

Sanders A miner 

Schilling M W miner 

Shepherd J miner 

Spratt J miner 

Stevens Joel miner 

Sutherland H miner 

Thompson Bros guides 

Thompson N trapper guide 

Thompson Roy trapper guide 

Thompson Wm miner 

Tinsdale J trapper 

Tregillus F J miner 

Turner G miner 

Wallace A teamster 

Waverley Hydraulic Mining Co C W 

Moore mgr 
Wendle J miner 
Wintrip J miner 

Bark Shack Creek, 2 miles long, 
a tributary of Squawka Creek. 

Bark Shanty Creek, 6 miles long, 
runs into Moyie Lake. 

Barnard Cove, on the northwest of 
Princess Royal Island. 

Barnard River, 15 miles long, runs 
into Peace River east of lat. 56, long. 
124. 

Earner Mountain, 6,090 feet, on the 
north side of Toba Inlet. 

Barnes Creek, 18 miles long, runs 
into Whatshan River at north end of 
Lower Arrow Lake. 

Barnes Creek, 13 miles long, runs 
into Thompson River, 3 miles east of 
Ashcroft. 

Barnes Lake, 1 mile long, 2 miles 
southeast of Ashcroft. 

BARNET 

a post office, village and station on 
the C.P.R., 9 miles east of Vancou- 
ver, on south side of Burrard Inlet, 
in Municipality of Burnaby, in South 
Vancouver Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, reached by C.P.R., auto road 
and the "New Delta" on Burrard In- 
let; is 3% miles from Port Moody, 
the nearest telegraph office of C.P.R. 
Has B. C. telephone and a mission 
hall. Population 135. Local resour- 
ces Sawmill, chemical works and 
oil plant. 

Charters C R supt Nichols Chem Co 
McKinna A T school teacher 
Meikle Alfd acct 

Nichols Chemical Co Ltd C R Char- 
ters supt mfrs of sulphuric acid 
North Pacific Lumber Co Ltd E V 

Young agt 
Shell Oil Co 

Warner Benjamin postmaster 
Young E V agt North Pac Lbr Co 

Barney Creek, 5 miles long, runs 
into Fraser River 31 miles north of 
Lillooet. 

BARNHARTS 

a Dominion Government long dis- 
tance telephone office, 12 miles from 
Kamloops, and 2 from Barnhartvale, 
the post office. 
Bothamly A rancher and tel agt 



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BARNHARTVALE 

a post office and settlement on Camp- 
bell Creek, 10 miles south of Kam- 
loops, in Kamloops Provincial Elec- 
toral District, reached by stage from 
Kamloops. Has Dominion Govern- 
ment long distance telephone. Perm- 
ing, dairying and fruit growing. 
Ball J H of Hidden Vale Ranch 
Bartlett Newman farming 
Beetlestone John farming 
Blackwell Chas motor mech 
Blackwell Geo motor mech 
Blackwell Milton F farming dairy- 
ing sec school board 
Bottomley "W cattle ranching 
Bower Rev W J minister 
Campbell Lewis farming 
Campbell & Robins Range Farmers 

Inst C R Lee sec 
Collier E farming fruit 
Cowan C G stock raising 
Dixon Miss C school teacher 
Eunson Robt farming 
Grindley A J farming 
Jarrett F farming 
Lee F L mixed farming 
McLeod John farming 
McLeod Wm farming stock 
Pratt Charles farming 
Pratt H W dairying fruit 
Pratt Robt farming 
Reid John farming 
Ross John farming 

Timmins Andrew D E grocer and PM 
Todd James farming 

BARNSTON ISLAND 

a post office on Barnston Island, in 
the Eraser River, 9 miles east of 
Xew "Westminster, in Delta Provin- 
cial Electoral District, reached by 
C.X.R. to Tynehead station, distant 
^ mile, or Hammond, on the C.P.R., 
the nearest telegraph, banking and 
business centre, 3 miles distant. Has 
Evangelical services each Sunday in 
school house. Population 100. Lo- 
cal resources: Farming, rich alluvial 
soil; some fishing. 
Burritt Justus farming 
Butler E J farming and sec U F of 

B C 
Butler George farming 
Carmichael J farming 
Charnley John farming 
Charnley Ralph farming 
Charnley Ralph jr farming 
Christian Ralph A farming .carpenter 
Cudmore Fredk farming 
Eckroth W farming 
Foss T farming 

Hicks Calvin A farming fishing 
Loney J farming 
Mcllwain John farming 
Nisbet Donald McT farming 
Xisbet George farming 
Xisbet W Herbert farming 
Peck M L school teacher 
Ralfson A farming 
Rogerson James farming 
Scott-Walker "Wm farming and P M 
Thomson Edwin J farming fishing 
United Farmers of B C E J Butler 
secretary 

Baronet Passage, between the 
north of Cracroft Island and Harble- 
down Island. 

i BARRAMBA MINES 

a copper mine at Hotham Sound, 60 
miles from Vancouver, reached by 
Uunion S. S. Co.'s boats from Van- 
couver to Pender Harbour only. 



thence by launch. Pender Harbour 

is the post office. 

Barramba Mining Co copper miners 

BARRETT 

a station on the G.T.P. See names 
under Barrett Lake, the post office. 



BARRETT LAKE 

a P.O. and station (R. R. name Bar- 
rett) on the G.T.P., in the Bulkley 
Valley, 7 miles northwest of Hous- 
ton, the nearest telegraph and tele- 
phone office, in Omineca Provincial 
Electoral District. Local resources: 
Ranching. 

Barrett Chas ranching and P M 
Barrett Geo mgr J J McXeil 
Douglas R ranching 
Fairbairn Jas ranching 
Hawkins A R farming 
Johnson Frank farmer 
Leary O ranching 
Mclver S ranching 
McLean Basil 

Matheson Donald M section foreman 
Phillips J ranching 
Pouting Edw ranching 
Price John ranching 
Thurlow E ranching 
"VVatson Wm R farmer 

BARRICADE CREEK 

runs into Deadmans Creek about 20 
miles up from its junction with the 
Thompson River. Savona, on C-P. 
R. main line, is the nearest post of- 
fice. Xo residents. 

Barrier Islands, at the entrance to 
Smith Sound. 

BARRIERE 

a P.O. and station on the C.X.R., 40 
miles north of Kamloops, in Prov. 
Elec. Dist. of Kamloops. Has Dom. 
Govt, long distance telephone office. 
The city of Kamloops has power 
house three miles east of here. 
Presbyterian Church. Local re- 
sources: Logging, stock raising and 
minerals. Barriere is centre of a 
great deal of prospecting, both placer 
and quartz, the latter being found 
in large quantities on Xorth Barriere 
Lake where some good silver-lead 
and copper claims are being opened 
up by local owners. 
Alexander R mixed farming 
Archet A mixed farming. 
Barriere Farmers Inst S G McCarthy 

sec Louis Creek 
Barriere Land Co Ltd G A Borth- 
wick mgr owners Barriere Townsite 
Barriere Mercantile Co Ltd general 

store 
Barriere Womens Inst Mrs J D Ste- 
vens sec 
Bendelint Emil logging contractor 
Betts M stock ranching 
Betts Otto poultry ranching 
Betts ^Vm E ranching 
Boland A P mgr Xo Constn Co 
Bothwick G A ranch mgr Barriere 

Land Co 
Brooke C L opr Kamloops Pwr House 
Bryant L trapping mining 
Carlson B logging contractor 
Clark R mixed farming 
Cochrane C mixed farming 
Cochrane M mixed farming 
Corbeau S hunter trapper farmer 
Cornish W logging contractor 
Egglestone H J L mixed farming and 
sec United Farmers of B C 



T. N. 

Hibben 
& Son 

Commercial 
and Society 

Stationers 

Vievr Books 

Books 

Maps 

School 

Supplies 

Office 
Supplies 

Remington 
Typewriters 

Burroughs 

Adding 
Machines 

1417 

Douglas 

Victoria 



Phone Sey. 3557 

HOLT 



& Co. Ltd. 

Exclusive 

Furriers 

Taxidermists 

and dealers in 

Raw Furs 

Furs 

Remodelled 

and Repaired 

in the Latest 

Styles 

637 Granyille 

Vancouver 
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and 
Marine 

Insurance 

Agents 

Towing 

Contractors 

DISTANCE 
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SFECIAI^Tir 

Brokers 

for the Sale, 

Purchase 

and 

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of Ships 

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W. 

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Fraser F mixed farming 
Frenche Henry mixed farming 
Gallagher John mixed farming 
Genier Gilbert mixed farming 
Genier W mgr N C Co Farm 
Gondie D opr Kamloops Pwr House 
Graham Geo A mining 
Graham H C prospector 
Haggard Fred mixed farming 
Harton Jas mixed farming 
Hendrick E eng and fur buyer 
Hillman John mixed farming 
Hillyard A mixed farming 
Hindmarch J G millman 
Hotel Barriere J H H Nelson prop 
Kelly F mixed farming 
Leedle R logging contractor 
Louckes C mixed farming 
McDougall H D mixed farming 
McGhee H F flume tender Kamloops 

Power House 
McKinnon P opr Kamloops Pwr Hse 
MacKinnon S mgr Barriere Mercan- 
tile Co Ltd 
Miller G trapping mining 
Morgan W sec Barriere Valley sch 

board 
Nelson Jas H H prop Barriere Hotel 

sec Barriere River school board 
Northern Construction Co Ltd A R 

Boland mgr logging 
Ogllvie Wm mixed farming 
Powell H A Prov Forestry Dept 
Price J B postmaster 
Regan H flume tender Kamloops 

Power House 
Rosen Carl farming 
Saul Gab trapper farmer 
Scarlett B A ranching 
Sharkey H mixed farming 
Stevens Geo opr Kamloops Pwr Hse 
Stevens J O stock ranching 
Thacker R S opr Kamloops Pwr Hse 
Thate B E mixed farming 
United Farmers of B C H J L Eggle- 

stone sec 
Wego B trapping mining 
Weston L mixed farming 
^Vinthcomb W mixed farming 
Wright Albert mixed farming 
Yocum H mixed farming 

Barriere Creek, 9 miles long, runs 
into North Thompson River, 39 
miles north of Kamloops. 

Bartlett Island, in Calm Channel, 4 
miles north of Read Island. 

Base Point, on the southeast of 
Flores Island. 

BASQUE 

a flag station on C. N. R. (Ham- 
mond's Spur), and on Thompson Ri- 
ver, 7% miles west of Ashcroft, in 
Yale Provincial Electoral District, 
196 miles east of Vancouver. No 
agent. Local resources: Ranching, 
cattle and sheep, growing alfalfa, 
potatoes, beans and other vegeta- 
bles. Address via Ashcroft. 
Basque Ranch Ltd W H Hammond 
mgr alfalfa potatoes beans hogs 

Bastion Island, 1 mile long, in Atlin 
Lake. 

Battle Bluff, on the north side of 
Kamloops Lake. 

Battle Creek, 9 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of the Fish River. 

Bauza Cove, on the northeast coast 
of Vancouver Island, 7 miles south- 
east of Alert Bay. 

Bawden Bay, on the west coast of 
Vancouver Island, 3 miles north of 
Ahousat. 

Bay Island, at mouth of Skeena 
River, south of Smith Island. 



BAYNES 

a station on the G. N. R. See names 
under Baynes Lake, the post office. 

BAYNES LAKE 

a post office and station on the 
Fernie-Rexford Division of the G.N. 
R., 20 miles north of Gateway and 
32 miles southwest of Fernie, in 
Fernie Provincial Electoral District. 
Has G.N.W. and CP.R. telegraph, 
Kootenay telephone, public school. 
Resources: Lumbering and ranching. 
Adolph Frank L sales manager 
Adolph Lumber Co F W Adolph mgr 
Adolph F W mgr Adolph Lumber Co 

and postmaster 
Adolph Trading Co C H Brooks mgr 

general store 
Barks Peter rancher and mill frmn 
Baynes Dist Farmers Inst 
Baynes Lake Hotel J Barnard mgr 
Beard Chas supt Adolph Lumber Co 
Beasley N F teamster 
Birkett James saw flier 
Bradbury Wm 

Brooks Chas mgr Adolph Trading Co 
Bush Sherman lumberman 
Christie Dr physician 
Edwards C M timber cruiser 
Eoll Delia 

EoU Samuel accountant 
Fenson Wm H 
Fisher Joseph rancher 
Flatt S A teacher 
Foreman Roberta nurse 
Hart Mrs Ella 
Kosovitch Frank grader 
Lee J L mixed farming 
Madden Rachel steno 
Morrow S J poultry and farming 
Nash F 

Oleson Ollie mill foreman 
Piper James 
Reagin C E 
Reagin P E 

Robertson Walter accountant 
Rodgers J engineer 
Saunders Albert 
Saunders Albert G 
Sharp Harry ranching 
Smith Fred 
Stevens Harry 
Stirling R D mixed farming 

Baynes Sound, between the east 
coast of Vancouver Island, at Union 
Bay, and Denman Island. 

BAYONNE 

a mining camp in West Kootenay 
District, at the head of Summit 
Creek, 24 miles west of Creston, and 
20 miles southeast of Salmo, the 
post office. See names under Salmo. 

BAZAN 

a station on the C.N.R. Patricia Bay 
line, on Vancouver Island, in Saan- 
ich Provincial Electoral District, 14 
miles north of Victoria. Nearest tel- 
egraph office is at Saanich, distant 
2 miles. Here is located a Dominion 
Government experimental farm and 
the Bazan Bay Brick & Tile Co. Ltd., 
plant. See names under Sidney, the 
post office and business centre. 

BAZAN BAY 

a station on the B. C. E. Ry., 2 miles 
south of Sidney and 2% north of 
Saanichton, in Islands Provincial 
Electoral District. The residents are 



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few and included in the north 
Saanich District. The only item of 
importance here is the Dominion Ex- 
perimental Station for Vancouver Is- 
land. Rural mail route from Sidney 
post office and Saanichton. 
Dominion Experimental Station Prof 

E M Straight supt 
Reading J T brick mfr 
Readings Herbert grocer 
Straight Prof E M supt Dom Govt 

Experimental Station 

B. B. Creek, 4 miles long, runs in- 
to Duncan River, 12 miles south of 
West Fork. 

B. C. JUNCTION 

a flag station on the Phoenix branch 
of the C. P. R., 5 miles north of 
Phoenix. 

BEACON HILL 

a public park in Victoria, overlook- 
ing Juan de Fuca Straits. 

BEACONSFIELD 

a station on the B. C. E. Ry., fourth 
stop east of Cedar Cottage, suburb 
of Vancouver, in South Vancouver 
Provincial Electoral District. See 
names under Vancouver. 

BEAMENT 

a flag station on the G. T. P., 14 
miles southeast of Xew Hazleton, 
the post office, in Omineca Provin- 
cial Electoral District. Section crew. 



Beam River, 6 miles long, runs in- 
to Okanagan Lake, 6 miles north of 
Kelowna. 

Bear Bay, near the head of Bute 
Inlet, on the west side. 

Bear Creek, 8 miles long, a tribu- 
tary on left bank of Beaver Creek. 
Golden District, and a station on the 
C. P. R., 431 miles east of Vancouver. 

Bear Creek, 30 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Chtlkat River. 

Bear Creek, 9 miles long, runs into 
west side of Bute Inlet, near north 
end. 

Bear Creek, 8 miles long, runs into 
Columbia River, 4 miles east of Trail. 

Bear Creek, 7 miles long, runs into 
north fork of the Kettle River. 

Bear Creek, 7 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Duncan River. 

Bear Creek, 6 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Kaslo Creek. 

Bear Creek, 6 miles long, runs into 
Similkameen River 3 miles west of 
Keremeos. 

Bear Creek, 5 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Kootenay River, 4 miles west 
of Nelson. 

Bear Creek, 5 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Tulameen River. 

Bear Creek, 4 miles long, a tribu- 
. tary of Sheep Creek. West Kootenay 
District. 



See 



BEAR LAKE 

C. P. R. name is Giegerich. 
names under Zincton. 

Bear Lake, 12 miles long, in Gas- 
sier District, lat. 56. long. 127. 

Bear Lake, 8 miles long, in Cariboo 
District, 50 miles north of Barker- 
ville. 



Bear Lake, 5 miles long, in Cari- 
boo District, 18 miles northeast of 
Barkerville. 

Bear Lake, 4 miles long, in Cariboo 
District, 40 miles east of Fort George 

Bear Lake, 1 mile long, an offshoot 
of Cowichan Lake, Vancouver Island, 
at the southeast corner of the lake. 

BEAR RIVER 

a settlement on Bear River, which 
Is 13 miles long and runs into Bed- 
well Sound, on west coast of Van- 
couver Island, 18 miles north of 
Clayoquot, in Alberni Provincial 
Electoral District, reached by C.P.R. 
west coast steamers from Victoria. 
See name under Latilla. 

Bear River, 70 miles long, flows 
from Bear Lake, Cariboo District, 
north Into Fraser River 40 miles east 
of Fort George. 

Bear River, 20 miles long, runs into 
the north end of Portland Canal. 

Bear River, 13 miles long, runs in- 
to Bedwell Sound, on the west coast 
of Vancouver Island, 18 miles north 
of Clayoquot. 

Bear Trap Creek, 5 miles long, 
tributary of Duncan River. 

Beard Creek, 5 miles long, flows 
into the Columbia River, 25 miles 
south of Golden. 

Bearer Pass, between McCauley Is- 
land and Spicer Island, Skeena Dis- 
trict. 

Bearskin Cove, on the south of 
Graham Island, Queen Charlottes. 

BEASLEY 

a flag station on the C.P.R. Nelson- 
Rossland branch, in Trail Provincial 
Electoral District, 7 miles west of 
Nelson. The Queen Victoria Mine is 
located here, but not operating. Ad- 
dress Nelson post office. 
Egan Michl mgr Orinoco Mine 
Kay John fruit poultry 
Monarch Group (copper) Spokane 

Mining Dev Corp operators 
Orinoco Mine (gold silver copper) 

Michael Egan mgr head office at 

Nelson 

BEATON 

a post office and settlement on North 
Arm of Upper Arrow Lake, in Revel- 
stoke Provincial Electoral District, 
10 miles east of Arrowhead, on C.P. 
R., the nearest railway and telegraph 
point, and reached by C.P.R. lake 
steamers daily. Revelstoke, 37 miles 
northwest, is nearest banking point. 
Has telephone office. Office of Pro- 
vincial Mining Recorder. Has Angli- 
can Church and public school. Land 
values average from $50 unimproved 
to $100 improved. Mining, lumber, 
ranching, fruit growing and trap- 
ping. Population 55. 
Athoe W miner 
Athol W H trapper 
Baker Helen teacher 
Beaton J ranching 
Beatrice Mines H E Bodine supt 

BISHOP. ASTHtrS JOHN 

Postmaster, Mining Recorder, No- 
tary Public and General Store. 

Bland O millhand 

Bodine H E supt Beatrice Mines 

Brown Geo logger 

Burbridge J mixed farming; 



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Cabinetmaking 

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Phone 

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Modern Office 
Supply Co. Ltd. 

DESKS 

Chairs 

Tables 

Bookcases 

FILING 
CABINETS 

AND 
SUPPLIES 

Non-Shine 

Felt Chair Pads 

(They save the 

clothes) 

Modem 
Furniture 

for the 

Modem 
Office 

163 Pender St. 
West 

Vancouver 

B.C. 



B.C. Barber 

Supply and 

Sundries 

Ltd. 

Druggists* 

Sundries 

Razors 

Razor Strops 

Shaving 

Brushes 

Manicure 
Goods 

Distributors 

Bandora 

A Fixative 
Hair Cream. 

64 Hastings St. 
West 

Vancouver 

B.C. 



Butler Jas miner 

Butler Wm mining and farming 

Carson Wm carpenter 

Clarke Geo miner 

Craig Andrew lumber 

Culkeen Peter logger 

DeLine C prospector 

De Rosie John ranching 

Downing Tom miner 

Evans M Russell stock ranching 

Glenn W E ranching 

Goldsmith Geo gas works 

Gunn Robt mining and farming 

Gunterman H trapping and sec U F 
of B C 

Gunterman Wm farming 

Harvey C miner 

Hillman A ranching 

Hillman C ranching 

Hillman E A fruit growing mining 

Jacobson H prospector 

Johnson Charles boat captain 

Mechaud Joe logger 

Menhinick Cory mining Govt frmn 

Nelles Harry fruit ranching 

Nelles Willoughby fruit grower 

Oakey Bert logger 

Porter James miner 

Ritchie George mining 

Roberts Ernest restaurant 

Soules Wm S boat captain 

United Farmers of B C H Gunter- 
man sec 

Webb Silas ranching 

Beatrice Lake, in Valhalla Moun- 
tains, 14 miles southeast of Burton 
City. 

Beatty Creek, 20 miles long, runs 
into Quesnel River 15 miles west of 
Quesnel Forks. 

Beaufort Mountains, on the east 
coast of Vancouver Island, south of 
Comox Lake. 



BEAUMONT 

a sub post office in the suburbs of 
Victoria, on the Esquimalt River, 3 
miles west of the city. See names 
under Victoria. 



BEAVER 

a post office near Beavermouth, on 
the C. P. R. main line near Golden, 
the business centre, in Columbia 
Provincial Electoral District. 

Burnstill J opr CPR 

Campbell H C emp CNR 

Corry J J agt CNR 

Cunningham A CPR pump man 

Emend A trapper 

Henderson J engineer CNR 

Hoolry T engineer CNR 

Hubbard H trapper 

Humphreys T car repairer CNR 

Johnson O A fireman CNR 

Kundson K C trapper 

Marie G emp CNR 

Morris C D general store and P M 

Morris O fireman CNR 

Paget H E agt CNR 

Parker T farming 

Price K trapper 

Richmond R fireman CPR 

Rohis F farming 

Sing Charlie boarding house 

Smith H E civil engineer 

Spencer E trapper 

Vanderberg C emp CNR 

"Wilson Matt trapper 

Wisted Robt ranching 

BEAVER 

See Fruitvale. 



Beaver Brook.runs into south side 
of Eraser River 5 miles east of Lang- 
ley. 

BEAVER CANNERY 

See Schooner Passage. 

BEAVER COVE 

a lumbering settlement on the north- 
east of Vancouver Island, 5 miles 
southeast of Alert Bay post office. 
Has Government telegraph. 
Beaver Cove Lumber & Pulp Co Ltd 

office 626 Pender W Vancouver 
Frolander L foreman 
Hooper J C chemist 

BEAVER CREEK 

a post office and farming district, 
known locally as Beaver Creek Road, 
6 miles north of Alberni, in the Al- 
berni Provincial Electoral District, 
reached by stage and auto. Domin- 
ion Government and C. P. R. Tele- 
graph at Alberni. Population 50 in 
the valley. 

Bayne Stanley R S farming 
Bayne Sydney R D farming 
Bland Joseph farming 
Darby Melville B farming 
Darby S J mixed farming 
Drinkwater Benjamin F farming 
Drinkwater Fred E farming 
Lindsay Hugh W farming 
Marlow Arthur farming 
Marlow Arthur W sr farming 
Orr John farming 
Orr Robert farming 
Orr Mrs Robt postmistress 
Orr Thomas farming 
Flaunt Thos R farming and sec 

school board 
Somers Isaac E farming 

BEAVER CREEK 

a logging camp 70 miles from Van- 
couver, on the Jervls Inlet route of 
the Union S.S. Co., in Comox Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. Address 
mail Beaver Creek, via Union S. S. 
Co. 
Beaver Creek Timber Co logging 

BEAVER CREEK 

a farming settlement on the E. & N. 
Ry. See names under Craig's Cross- 
ing, the post office. 

Beaver Creek, 6 miles long, runs 
into Stamps River 6 miles north of 
Alberni. 

Beaver Creek, 40 miles long, a trib- 
utary of the Columbia River, flowing 
north and joining at Beavermouth 
Station. 

Beaver Creek, 16 miles long, flows 
into Columbia River at Sayward, in 
south of West Kootenay District. 

Beaver Creek, 16 miles long, runs 
into west fork of Kettle River 26 
miles north of Westbridge. 

Beaver Creek, 12 miles long, runs 
into south end of Okanagan Lake. 

Beaver Creek, 10 miles long, runs 
into Little Slocan Lake. 

Beaver Creek, 8 miles long, a trib- 
utary of the Homalko River. 

Beaver Creek, 7 miles long, a trib-^ 
utary of Omineca River. 

Beaver Creek, 2 miles long, runs 
into Mosquito Lake, Arrow Lake Dis- 
trict. 



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BEAVER CREEK ROAD 

See Beaver Creek, the post office. 

Beaver Dam Lake 8 miles north of 
Clinton 

Beaverfoot Mountains lie to the 
west of Palliser. 

Beaverfoot River, 20 miles long, 
flows into the Wapita River 3 miles 
south of Leanchoil, East Kootenay. 

Beaver Harbour, on the northeast 
coast Vancouver Isl., 4 miles east 
of Port Hardy. 

Beaver Inlet, on the west side of 
Loughborough Inlet. 

BEAVER LAKE 

a small farming settlement in South 
Saanich, 7 miles north of Victoria, 
In Saanich Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, on the G. N. R., Victoria and 
Sidney line, 2 miles from Royal Oak, 
the post office. Local resources: 
Mixed farming. 
Alcock T V farming 
Booth John farming 
Campbell A caretaker 
Dalgas A engineer 
Grist H X farming 
McXaughton Hugh farming 
Mytten B laborer 
Rankin A policeman 

BEAVER LAKE 

a post office and settlement on 
Beaver Lake, 24 miles northeast of 
Soda Creek, on the Cariboo Road, the 
nearest Government telegraph office, 
in Lillooet Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, and 170 miles from Ashcroft. 
On the C. P. R. Stock raising. Farm 
lands average from $10 per acre raw 
to |T0 improved. Population 60. 
Adams Julius farming and stock 
Baker Leonard C stock raising 
Bailion Xeal stock 
Beally 'Wm dairy farming 
Bregman John locater 
Brighton Xeal stock 
Cerson Oscar farming 
Chamber Arthur farming 
Chapman Miles stock raising 
Doran Dan farming 
Grant John farmer 
Hamilton Gavin G road house gen 

store and stock raising mail and 

postmaster 
Harper E O farmer 
Hogadone A W farmer 
Hurley Chas farming 
Huston Whyne stock raising 
Kirly Frank farming 
Knapp Frank dairying 
Lyne John blacksmith 
McCastle A A farmer 
McGowan Alex P stock raising 
McGregor H farming 
Mclnnis Alex P agrl implements and 

stock raising 
McQuay & Miller farmers 
Marison Xorman farming 
Miller Chas trapper 
Miller D millwright 
Miskleson Tom farming 
Neilson Xels pre-emptor 
Nicko Alex farming and stock 
North Peter stock raising 
Palmer Bros stock 
Parker Wm stock raising 
Parmenter J O farming and stock 
Peterson Thos farming 
Robenson Bros farming and stock 
^Ryhne Wm miner 
Saucur Frank stock raising 
Sink A W carpenter 



Skelton Claud stock raising and sec 

school board 
Skelton R dairying 
Tisdale Moorehouse farming 
Wade Wm mining 
Wall James stage driver 

Beaver Lake, % mile long, in the 
Saanich District, 7 miles north of 
Victoria. It is the reservoir for Vic- 
toria waterworks and a station on 
V. & S. Ry. 

Beaver Lake, 6 miles long, in the 
north of Atlin District, 35 miles 
northeast of Skagway. 

Beaver Lakes, three small lakes 2 
miles west of Erie. 

BEAVER PASS 

a stopping place on the Cariboo Rd., 
39 miles east of Quesnel, and 18 
east of Cottonwood, the post office. 

Falck E mining 

Gardner John roadhouse JP and dep 

coroner 
Mueller Otto mining 

BEAVER POINT 

a post office and farming settlement 
on Salt Spring Island in Xanaimo 
Provincial Electoral District, reached 
by C.P.R. steamers from Victoria, 35 
miles distant. Has Government tele- 
phone and public school. 
Ackerman Jas farming RMD 1 
Bulman W sawmill 
Hamilton J L mixed farming 
Hepburn John farming 
King Leon mixed farming 
Matheson D mixed farming 
Maxwell David farming 
Monk Chas farming 
Monk Jas farming 
Monk Jas H teacher 
MoUett A J farming RMD 1 
McLennan Alex emp D McLennan 
McLennan Douglas farming 
Menherick Corry farming 
Pappenburger John farming 
Pappenburger Thos mixed farming 
Paterson Wm D gen store and P M 
Pollock H W retired 
Pyatt F W mixed farming 
Reynolds F mixed farming RMD 1 
Ruckle Alfred farming 
Ruckle G Henry farming sec sch bd 
Russell J J mixed farming 
Stevens John fisherman and farming 
Stevens Xicholas fisherman 
Stewart G farming 
Stewart J A poultry 
Stewart W mixed farming 

BEAVER RIVER 

a station on the B. C. E. Ry., Fraser 
Valley line, % mile east of County 
Line, the post office, in Delta Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. Xearest 
telegraph office at Abbotsford. Al- 
dergrove is nearest telephone. Has 
public school. X'o agent, charges 
must be prepaid. 
Betchova Herman farming 
Bremner John farming 
Bynum A farming 
Carpenter Chas 
Macauley Daniel farming 
Opgaard J farming 
Parish M farming 
Schulstaad Samuel farming 
Wallace F 

Beaver River, 120 miles long, runs 
into Liard River, 100 miles north- 
west of Fort Xelson. 




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Beaver River, 30 miles long, runs 
Into south end of Babine Lake. 

Beaver River, 25 miles long, runs 
into Quesnel Riyer 15 miles west of 
Quesnel Forks. 

Beaver Rock, at entrance to inner 
harbour, Victoria. 

BEAVERDELL 

a station and post office on Kettle 

Valley Ry., 42 miles northwest of 

Midway, on Kettle River, in Green- 
wood Provincial Electoral District. 

Nearest telegraph C. P. R. at Mid- 
way. Office of Sub-Recorder, Green- 
wood Mining Division. Mining, lum- 
bering and farming. 

Anderson C F sec foreman KVR 

Augustine C tie maker 

Barrett Geo ranching 

Bell Mine Mcintosh & Crane mgrs 
silver lead 

Berg E miner 

Black Diamond Mine P J Kennedy 
mgr silver 

Bradley John 

Bubar Bayward W ranching 

Bubar Chas N ranching 

Churchill Wm trapping 

Clarkson Wm ranching 

Crane P E mining 

Cropley Hugh miner 

Crowe Thos E blacksmith 

Curtln Frank tie maker 

Cummings Ewart G mining 

Danielson P miner 

Denno W E cook 

Dynes Valentine ranching 

Evans F O ranching 

Fredberg Ben miner 

Gilmore C E ranching 

Hambly George mining 

Hanna Chas mining 

Hansen P miner 

Hatch Ed tie maker 

Holmes Herbert ranching 

Johnson J tie maker 

Kennedy Patk J mining 

Ketchum F F sub-recorder Prov M 
Dept notary and P M 

Ketchum & Co F F Ketchum gen 
store 

Koth Enoch S mining 

Larson John mining 

Linnman Gust miner 

Lutner Ed mining 

McDonald F logging 

Mcllvey W J contractor 

Mcintosh Duncan mining 

Mcintosh & Crane mgrs Bell Mine 

McKeller John mining 

McPhee A mining 

Mattson M miner 

Morrison A A miner 

Morrison Jack miner 

Nordman Chas mining 

Nordman E mine foreman 

Nordman J L mining 

Patterson Wm J E ranching 

Rambler Mine W H Rambo mgr sil- 
ver lead 

Rambo W H mining 

Smith David W mining 

Smith Mark W ranching 

Steele John miner 

Sutherland Jas mining 

Thompson Wm T mining 

Youngson Wm mining 

BEA VERMOUTH 

a station on the main line of the 
C.P.R., 29 miles west of Golden, situ- 
ated on the left bank of the Colum- 
bia River, at junction of Beaver 
Creek, in Golden District. See names 
under Beaver. 



BECHER BAY 

a small settlement on south coast of 
Vancouver Island, 20 miles south- 
west of Victoria, near East Sooke, 
the post office. 
Aylard G summer resident 
Brown P J mixed farming 
Gran R F summer resident 

BEDARD RANCH 

See Connor's Ranch. 

BEDLINGTON 

a station on G. N. R., 20 miles south 
of Kootenay Landing, and on the In- 
ternational Boundary. 

BEDNESTI 

a farming settlement and station on 

the G.T.P. Ry., and Nechako River, 

8 miles east of Nicol, the post office, 

and 20 west of Prince George, the 

nearest telegraph office, in Ft. George 

Provincial Electoral District. Nc 

agent. 

Erickson O farming 

Glovonoff A C section foreman 

Heddland G M farming 

Heddland O farming 

Larson P farming 

Mason H B farming 

Bednesti Lake, 4 miles long, 35 
miles southwest of Fort George. 

Bedwell Sound, an arm of Clayo- 
quot Sound, west coast of Vancouver 
Island, running north for 10 miles. 

Beechey Head, on south coast of 
Vancouver Island, 17 miles southwest 
of Victoria. 

BEECKER BAY 

See Becher Bay. 

Begbie Mountain, 7,306 feet, 14 
miles southwest of Revelstoke. 

Behrens Island, a rock in the outer 
harbor, Victoria. 

BELCARRA 

a steamer landing on the north side 
of Burrard Inlet, 7 miles east of 
Vancouver. 

BELFORD 

a mining and farming settlement 6 
miles west of Nelson, in Trail Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. Nearest 
railway, C.P.R., at Taghum, 2 miles; 
nearest telegraph C.P.R. and G.N.R., 
at Nelson. Mining, good timber and 
country adapted to mixed farming 
and fruit growing. Population 200. 
Address mail Belford, via Nelson or 
Williams Siding post offices. 
Balding Jas dairying and fruit 
Baldwing John dairying 
Blewitt Wm blacksmith 
Boster John mgr Ophir Mine 
Clarke R A stock raising 
Cunning W^illiam ranching 
Ericson M ranching 
Eureka Mining Co John Malone mgr 
Granite Mines John Larson mgr 
Hill Jas stock raising 
Hokans Nelson stock raising 
Kay John dairying and stock raising 
Kennedy Samuel fruit growing 
Larson John mgr Granite Mines 
Laviolette Albert fruit growing , 

Layson John fruit growing 
Limblade John ranching 



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Lindblad Andrew fruit and stock 

Long Alex mining 

McDonald Alex mining 

Malone John mgr Eureka Mining Co 

Nelson Electric Power Plant 

Norcross John stock raising 

Ophir Mine John Boster mgr 

Pisacreta Vito stock and fruit 

Prior Harry ranching 

Handle John fruit growing 

Randle Raymond fruit and stock 

Raymond Thos ranching 

Records Elmer mining 

Rippen Harry prospecting 

Robinson Anthony J dairying 

Robinson Geo ranching 

Robinson J A mixed farming sec 

school board 
Roche John fruit growing 
Steele Daniel J ranching 

BELFORT 

a siding on the K. V. Ry., 5 miles 
east of Princeton, in Similkameen 
Provincial Electoral District. No 
agent or local residents. 

Belize Inlet, 30 miles long, the 
north branch of Seymour Inlet, 20 
miles north from Vancouver Island. 

BELLA BELLA 

a post office, cannery and machine 
shop on Denny Island, in Lama Pas- 
sage, 320 miles from Vancouver, 190 
miles from Prince Rupert, in Skeena 
Electoral District, reached by all 
steamers going north and south ex- 
cept those going to Nome. Nearest 
telegraph station is at Ocean Falls, 
Cousins Inlet, 25 miles distant. 
Methodist Church situated at New 
Bella Bella on Indian Reserve, one 
mile away on Campbell Island. Also 
well equipped modern Hospital. Six 
mile south a settlement of about 50 
people, with public school. Popula- 
tion 325 Indians, 5 Japanese, 100 
whites. Local resources: Fishing, 
mining, lumber. Salmon and halibut 
are abundant. 
Allison James ranching 
Bainbridge Cyril ranching 
Boyd James Fishery overseer 
Brydon Walter engineer 
Darby Rev G E BA MB medical mis- 
sionary 
Davie Curtis logging 
Fredleifson Hal farming 
Gosse Millerd Packing Co Ltd can- 

ners cold storage and gen store 
Haley Chas logging 
Higgins Frank logging 
Hogan A H engineer and machinist 
Jaegar Jas fisherman 
Johnson Harry farming 
Leifson John farming 
Lyngholt B farming 
Ostrom John machinist 
McPherson Ira logging 
Peterson Pete logging 
Reuter Fredk fisherman 
R W Large Memorial Hospital Mary 

F Bolster supt 
Siguardson G farming 
Strom Chas trapper 
Strom Fred farmer 
Wilson John fisherman 
Wooten John logging 

BELLA COOLA 

a post office and village at the mouth 
of Bella Coola River, head of North 
Bentinck Arm, 55 miles from Ocean 
Falls, Prince Rupert Provincial Elec- 



toral District, reached by Union S.S. 
boats from Vancouver, distant 400 
miles. Has local and rural tele- 
phones. Dominion Government Tele- 
graph, office of Provincial Police 
Constable, Sub-Recorder Bella Coola 
Mining Division, Agent Dominion De- 
partment of Indian Affairs, Bella 
Coola District. Has Customs Sta- 
tion, office of Sub-Collector of Cus- 
toms, outport of Prince Rupert. Me- 
thodist church. Two salmon can- 
neries. Population, 150 whites and 
200 Indians. (See also Hagensborg). 

Bella Coola Cannery B C Packers 
Assn props salmon canners gen 
store 

Bella Coola Farmers Inst O J Ny- 
gard sec 

Bella Coola Hospital 

Bella Coola Hotel G A Brynildsen 
prop 

Bella Coola Logging Co W H Mc- 
Kay sec 

Bella Coola Telephone & Light Co 
Ltd G Saugstad mgr 

Blakemore A trapper 

Broughton Frank Prov const 

Brynildsen G A gen store and prop 
Bella Coola Hotel Sub-Recorder 
Prov Mines Dept 

Carlson E 

Carlson Mrs O farming 

Charlton C cannery emp 

Christenson A C gen store 

Clayton Davenport farming 

Clayton Mrs E C farming 

Creswell J sec Mackenzie sch board 

Douglas A E capt tow boat 

Draney Thos mixed farming 

Draney Wm mgr Tallheo Cannerj- 

Finlay R fishing 

Fosbank Ole mixed farming 

Fougner Iver Indian agent 

Gadsden P miner 

Gallienne W E fishing 

Gibson "W H R missionary 

Gordon E blacksmith 

Gordon Olaf farming 

Grant S LeC mixed farming 

Griffin G W fishing 

Hart G P bkpr Bejla Coola Cannery 

Hendricks C & F logging 

Hill Reg frmn Bella Coola Cannery 

Hill Wm boat builder 

Jacobsen B F vegetables 

Johnson John fishing 

Jorgenson John J fisherman and sec 
Lower Bella Coola School Board 

Landry O T sub-collector customs 
Dom Govt Tel opr and P M 

Lawes Geo farmer 

Levelton R N vegetables dairying 

Lord Chas fishing 

McKay W^ H teacher and sec Bella 
Coola Logging Co 

Morrison J fishing 

Nygard Ole J farming 

Olsen I farming fishing 

Pearson G fishing 

Pederson Carl asst engineer 

Pederson Peter K fishing 

Ratcliffe Frank farming 

Ratcliffe Sylvester truck gardening 

Reinhard W Prov med officer 

Saugstad G 

Stamford A logging 

Stosseger E M fisherman 

Tallheo Cannery Northern B C Fish- 
eries Ltd owners Wm Draney mgr 
salmon canners general store 

Tanton B D fox farming 

Taylor C B watchmaker 

Thorsen Karen dressmaker 

Thorsen Ragnild dressmaker 

Thorsen Capt T frmn Tallheo Can- 
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Tucker Chas fisherman 

Bella Coola River, 7-0 miles long, 
flows west into Burke Channel at 
Bella Coola 

Bella Rosa Creek, 3 miles long, a 
tributary of north fork of Salmon 
River, West Kootenay. 

Belleisle Sound, an arm of King- 
come Inlet, running south for 4 miles. 

Bell Island, 2 miles long, 7 miles 
north of Port Hardy, Vancouver Is- 
land. 

BELLE MEADE 

a settlement in Surrey Municipality, 
1 miles south of Hazelmere. 

BELLEROSE 

a farming settlement, 12 miles south- 
west of Chilliwack, in Chilliwack 
Provincial Electoral District, reached 
by B. C. E. Ry. The land here is 
suitable for sheep and goat raising. 
Address mail via Yarrow post office. 
Bellrose Mrs fruit farm 
Bursel Furniture Factory 
Chasey L farming 
DeGraw Frank fruit growing 
Jensen G M farming 
Jensen J M wood contractor 
Langren J mixed farming 
Maitland F mixed farming 
Manuel Philip fruit growing 
Pown P Li dairying and mixed frmg 
Redman J mixed farming 
Smith Bob mixed farming 
Smith Herbert mixed farming 
Stromberg J mixed farming dairying 
Town Bob mixed farming 
Town P L mixed farming 

Benah Creek, 6 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Inonoakin Creek. 

BEN-MY-CHREE 

a mining settlement In Atlin District, 
35 miles west of Atlin. Quartz min- 
ing, gold and silver values. Address 
mail via Atlin post office 
Partridge Otto mine owner 
Swanson Ludwig miner 

BEND 

a station on G.T.P. Ry., 2 miles west 
of Dome Creek, the post office, in 
Fort George Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. See listings under Dome Creek. 

BENEDICT 

a siding on the C. P. R. Crow's Nest 
line, near Wardner, in Cranbrook 
Provincial Electoral District. 

Benjamin Islands, 1 mile south of 
Pearse Peninsula, Broughton Island. 

BENNETT 

a station on the White Pass and Yu- 
kon Route, 41 miles north of Skag- 
way and 6 miles north of Log Cabin, 
situated on south end of Lake Ben- 
nett, in Atlin Provincial Electoral 
District. Address mail via W. P. & 
Y. Route, via Skagway. Express is 
the Wells Fargo Co. 

Bennett Lake, 20 miles long, on the 
north border of Atlin District, at Lat. 
60, Long. 135. 

Benson Mountain, 6 miles west of 
Nanaimo. 



Benson River, 5 miles long, runs 
from Kathleen Lake to Alice Lake, in 
Rupert District, Vancouver Island. 

BENTINCK 

a flag station on the C.P.R. Koote- 
nay Central Branch, 7 miles south of 
Athalmer on the west side of Lake 
Windermere, in Columbia Provincial 
Electoral District. Nearest landing 
of the C.P.R. Columbia River steam- 
ers is at Lake's Point, distant one- 
quarter mile. Telephone at Cole- 
man's. Local resources: Farming, 
stock raising, mining, lumbering. Ad- 
dress mail Bentinck, via Windermere. 
Ailiff Harvey farm help 
Bentinck Trading Store G C H Cole- 
man prop general store 
Bentley C H mgr Bentley Lbr Co 
Bentley Lumber Co N N Bentley 

prop 
Bentley N N prop Bentley Lbr Co 
Coleman George C H ranching 
Coleman James ranching 
Dilworth James trapper 
Duncan James ranch foreman 
Fuller Hugh ranching 
Hill John rancher 
Jackson Robert retired 
Johnston George rancher 
Keefe James laborer 
Lake Joseph ranching 
Lake Mary elk B T Store 
Lake Percy ranching 
Monk Bernard timekeeper 
Nelson Nels farming 
Roberts Robert farm hand 
Stoddart W H ranching 
Tauman Ed teamster 
Wing Guy laborer 

Bentinct Island, off the south coast 
Vancouver Island, 12 miles southwest 
of Victoria. 

BENTON SIDING 

a post office and settlement 35 miles 
southwest of Nelson, in Trail Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. Has Gov- 
ernment telephone office. Nearest 
telegraph Salmo, 8 miles distant; 
nearest railway G.N.R., at Benton, 
%-mile distant. Local resources: 
Lumbering, mining and farming. 
Population 50. 

Barkley Samuel farming and stock 
Barkley Miss E postmistress 
Barkley Wm farming 
Benton Pole & Lumber Co W H 

Rhomberg mgr 
Ladd C C farming 
Rhomberg Wm H mgr Benton Pole 

& Lumber Co , 

Steele F H school teacher 
Wilson W farming and stock 

BENVOULIN 

a farming settlement on the east 
side of Okanagan Lake, in South 
Okanagan Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, 3 miles southeast of Kelowna, 
the post office, from which point it 
is reached by stage. 
Barlee Wm R ranching 
Bovette F ranching 
Campbell Jos I ranching 
Chamberlain Wm G ranching 
Day Fredk J ranching 
DeMara Albert H ranching 
Fisher J B ranching 
Hamill Wm ranching 
McEachren Donald ranching 
Metcalfe & Steele ranching 
Patterson A L ranching 



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BERGEN 

a fla^ station on the G.N.R., 9 miles 
from Midway, in Greenwood Provin- 
cial Electoral District. 

Bernard Creek, 4 miles long, runs 
into Kootenay Lake 4 miles southeast 
of Kaslo. 

Bernard Lake, 2 miles long, in the 
Atlin District, 5 miles south of Log 
Cabin. 

Berry Island, ^ miles north of 
Harbledown Island. 

Berry Point, in Jervis Inlet, at en- 
trance to Hotham Sound. 

Berry Point, on the northeast of 
Gabriola Island. 

BESTWICK 

a post office and settlement, 18 miles 
southeast of Kamloops, the business 
centre, in Kamloops Provincial Elec- 
toral District, reached by stage. Has 
telephone office. Farming and lum- 
bering. Land values average JIO to 
$25 per acre. Population 150. 
Baxter R H F farming 
Brown Harry farming 
Dobbie Thomas farming 
Gowans James farming 
Gowans John farming 
Gowans Walter farming 
Hoskins J farming 
Hosli E farming 
Howe Joseph farming 
Hutchison D W farming 
Johnson Benj farming 
Kent Wm farming 
Kershaw Wm J farming P M and 

sec C R school board 
Leason Wellington farming 
McDonald John L farming 
McDonald Peter farming 
McGlashan Alex farming 
McLeod Wm H cattle ranching 
Miles E farming 
Miles J farming 
Moffatt James farming 
Morterson C farming 
Muir George farming 
Pitcaithly Alex farming 
Plant Frank farming 
Sinclair James farming 
Smith James farming 
Terry M farming 
Thomas Charles farming 
Vicars D O farming 
"Vicars Hugh farming 

SEVAN 

a post office and coal mining town 
owned by the Canadian Collieries 
(Dunsmuir) Ltd., on the Canadian 
Collieries Ry., 7 miles from Cum- 
berland, in Comox Provincial Elec- 
toral District. 
I Aitken D emp Can Collieries 
. ! Aitken J emp Can Collieries 
; ' Anderson T emp Can Collieries 
' ! Bannerman D emp Can Collieries 
Barber A emp Can Collieries 
Beattie Geo postmaster 
Bevan Lumber & Shingle Co Ltd 

Major Hilton gen mgr 
Boag J emp C C D Ltd 
Boyd A emp Can Collieries 
Brown G emp Can Collieries 
Brown H emp Can Collieries 
Brown J L emp Can Collieries 
Brown M emp Can Collieries 
Bruce P emp Can Collieries 
Buchanan H emp Can Collieries 
Cameron J emp Can Collieries 
Cameron S emp Can Collieries 
Carter H emp Lumber Co 



Crowe W emp Lumber Co 
Dunslre R emp Can Collieries 
Fern J emp Can Collieries 
Eraser D emp Can Collieries 
Ells F emp Lumber Co 
Gibson R emp Can Collieries 
Grieves T emp Can Collieries 
Hastings J carp Lumber Co 
Herd W emp Can Collieries 
Hilton Major gen mgr Lumber Co 
Hon Chong Co grocers 
Hotel Bevan Robt Yates prop 
Irvine J emp Can Collieries 
Island Supply Co general store 
James R emp Can Collieries 
Jay J E principal school 
Jones A emp C C D Ltd 
Last A emp Can Collieries 
Lee A emp Can Collieries 
Lee J emp Lumber Co 
Luff J emp Lumber Co 
McAllister J emp Can Collieries 
McAllister T emp Can Collieries 
McLean G emp Can Collieries 
Malhass T emp Can Collieries 
Marsden J emp Can Collieries 
Marshall W emp C C D Ltd 
Mine No 7 Can Collieries Dunsmuir 

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Mitchell D emp C C D Ltd 
Mitchell R emp C C D Ltd 
Monks T emp Can Collieries 
Obara Y general store 
Parkes F emp Can Collieries 
Quinn J G mgr Mine No 7 
Robertson A emp Can Collieries 
Robertson J emp Can Collieries 
Robertson Robert emp Can Collieries 
Robertson S emp Can Collieries 
Robertson T emp Can Collieries 
Simister F emp Can Collieries 
Sorenson I S emp Lumber Co 
Thomas E emp Can Collieries 
Thompson J emp Lumber Co 
W'alker C emp C C D Ltd 
Walker E emp Can Collieries 
Walker J emp Can Collieries 
Walker R emp Can Collieries 
Watt J emp Can Collieries 
Waugh C emp C C D Ltd 
Waugh W emp C C D Ltd 
Webber J emp Can Collieries 
Weir J emp Can Collieries 
Weir W emp Can Collieries and sec 

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Westfield W emp Can Collieries 
Williams A emp Can Collieries 
Williams W emp Can Collieries 
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Hotel Bevan 

Beware Passage, between Tumour 
Island and east of Harbledown Is- 
land. 

BICKEY 

a salmon cannery on Smiths Inlet 
owned by W^allace Fisheries, Ltd., 
736 Granville St., Vancouver. 

BICKLE 

a post office, 26 miles south of Burns 
Lake in the Omineca Provincial Elec- 
toral District, reached by stage from 
Burns Lake on G. T. P.. distant 26 
miles, the nearest telegraph, office. 
Local resources: Mixed farming. 
Land values average $15 per acre 
raw, to $25 per acre improved. Po- 
pulation 80. 

Anderson Otto mixed farming 
Beckwith Roland mixed farming 
Bickle Frank mixed farming and PM 
Bickle Wm mixed farming 
Blake W E cattle raising 
Buffin C farming 



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Cope C farming 

Geskie J farming 

Grasser C farming 

Hougen B farming 

Irons Dave mixed farming 

McGladdery Wm farming 

MacNaughton A N farming 

Nordberg M farming 

Olson S farming 

Prebble A farming 

Prebble J farming 

Thomson Alex mixed farming 

Thomson Jas farming 

Tickholis Paul farming 

Tuohy Michl mixed farming 

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a post office 44 miles north of Lil- 
looet. Clinton is 45 miles east. The 
creek, 32 miles long, runs into the 
Fraser River. There is a mining 
camp at the junction. See also Jes- 
mond. 

Bunnage W J postmaster 
Chisholm C ranching 
Colwell Bros ranching 
Donaldson A ranching 
Fernyman S ranching 
Gottfriedson Francis ranching 
Grinden W ranching 
Jones J M ranching 
Kostering Charles ranching 
McDonald Hector farming 
McDonald Mrs J A ranching 
McDonald Robt farming 
Perkins Bert farming 
Philipien S ranching 

Big Bar Lake, 2 miles long, in the 
Lillooet District, at head of Big Bar 
Creek. 

BIG BAY 

a sawmill, 7 miles south of Port 
Simpson, in Prince Rupert Provin- 
cial Electoral District. Post office 
is Georgetown Mills. 
Big Bay Lumber Co Ltd Geo McAfee 

mgr 
McAfee Geo mgr Big Bay Lbr Co 
Woodhouse Albert head sawyer 

Big Bay, on the east arm of Rivers 
Inlet. 

BIG CREEK 

a post office and settlement in Chil- 
coten Provincial Electoral District 
of Lillooet, reached by stage from 
Wiliams Lake, on P. G. E. Ry., dis 
tant 75 miles east. Nearest tele- 
graph Dominion Government at Lee's 
via 150-Mile House, distant 20 miles 
north. Local resources: Stock rais- 
ing and dairying. 
Bambrick Charles I stock raising 
Big Creek Creamery E G Church mgr 

gen store and stock 
Blenkinsop Hubert W stock raising 
Church E G mgr Big Creek Creamery 
Church Herbert E stock dairy farm- 
ing and postmaster 
Church Richard rancher 
Farwell Gordon farmer 
Erickson Chas stock-raising 
Erickson Victor stock raising 
Posberg Percy stock raising 
Gullickson Hans stock raising 
Kinhead Clifton farmer 
Paxton Chas laborer 
Robinson John stock raising 
Scallon Felix stock raising 



Scallon Thomas sawmill 
Skelton Harold farming 
Vedan Louis farming 
Willan E H M stock raising 

Big Creek, 5 miles long, flows into 
northeast arm of Upper Arrow Lake. 

BIG EDDY 

a steamboat landing on Fraser River, 
15 miles south of Fort George Can- 
yon, in Fort George Provincial Elec- 
toral District. Address via Quesnel 
post office. 
Dale Joseph ranching 

BIG EDDY 

is a farming district 2 miles west of 
Revelstoke, across Columbia River, 
in Revelstoke Provincial Electoral 
District. It derives its name from a 
big eddy in the Columbia River. It 
is reached by auto stage from Revel- 
stoke, the business centre and near- 
est C.P.R. telegraph office, and con- 
nected by telephone. Population 125. 
Local resources: Farming, timber, 
good hunting and fishing all the year 
round, and good trapping in winter. 
Some land available suitable for 
mixed farming and small fruits. Ad- 
dress via Revelstoke post office. 
Allen Oliver farmer 
Big Eddy Farmers Inst W C Calder 

sec Revelstoke 
Bjorkland H logging 
Calder W C dairy farming 
Campe Charles logging 
Campe Fredk logging 
Carlson Henry dairy farming 
Grace Thomas farming 
Grandstrom Chas dairy farming and 

logging road contractor 
Griffiths Thos farming 
Lidberg Axel logging 
Lindholm A farming 
Lymburne Wm bridgeman 
Mcintosh D farming 
Nixon John logging contractor 
Olson Karl farmer 

Big Eddy Creek, 7 miles long, on 
the right bank of the Columbia River, 
28 miles north of Revelstoke. 

Big Fish Lake, 2 miles long, 22 
miles southwest of Kamloops. 

Big Goat Creek, 8 miles long, runs 
into west fork of Kettle River. 

Big Mountain, 8,750 feet, 80 miles 
south of Telegraph Creek. 

Big Mouth Creek, 15 miles long, 
tributary on left bank of Columbia 
River, 25 miles southwest of Boat 
Encampment. 

Big Qualicum River, 6 miles long, 
runs from Home Lake into Strait of 
Georgia, 40 miles north of Nanaimo, 
Vancouver Island. 

Big Sheep Creek, or Sheep Creek, 
30 miles long, runs from Sheep Lake 
south and joins Columbia River in 
the State of Washington, 8 miles 
south of Waneta. 

BIG HORN 

a mining prospect in Atlin District. 

Address Big Horn, via Atlin post 

office. 

Lawson Fred prospector 

Bight River, on the northwest of 
Princess Royal Island. 

Bigsby Bay, on the east of Mores 
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IG LAKE 

miles long, 20 miles southwest of 
!uesnel Forks. There is a minint? 
„mp here, reached by stage from 
50-Mile House, 20 miles, the post 
flfice. 

KILLINGS 

station on the C.P.R. Xelson-Mid- 
*-av line, 12 miles east of Grand 
Forks and 1 mile west of Cascade, in 
jrand Forks Provincial Electoral 
District. Nearest C.P.R. telegraph 
office is at Cascade. Population, 23. 
Local resources: Lumbering. Ad- 
dress mail Billings, via Cascade post 
office. 

Atchison J log scaler 
Blair W' mill hand 
Carlson J lumber grader 
Charette A millwright 
Corcoran H millhand 
DesRochers S millhand 
Gray W mill foreman 
Handy S farming and ranching 
Hankim S millhand 
Harkoff A sec hand 
Jeffers A C oiler 
Lavender W A bookkeeper 
Murray A millhand 
Potosky J sec foreman 
Sale H millhand 
South P sec hand 
Thompson W B mill supt 
Wright W fireman 

Billings Bay, on the west of Nelson 
Island. 

Billings Spit, in Sooke Harbour, on 
south of Vancouver Island. 

Billy Bay, an inlet on the north of 
Prevost Island, Gulf of Georgia. 

BINDLEYS 

See Miller's Landing. 

Bingay Creek, 5 miles long, runs 
into Elk River, West Kootenay, near 
its source. 

BINGO FARM 

a ranch and Dominion Government 
Telegraph office, 25 miles from Kam- 
loops, the business centre, and 11 
from Heffley Creek post office. 
Arnell Geo rancher and tel agt 

Binnington Bay, in Camelon Har- 
bor, on northwest of Valdes Island. 

BIRCHBANK 

a post office and settlement on C 
P. R., 8 miles north of Trail, in 
Trail Provincial Electoral District. 
Farming, fruit, poultry raising, min- 
ing and lumbering. 
Anderson Harry ranching 
Anderson J D bees cattle fruit 
Birchbrook Orchard swine breeder 
Crispin W T bookkeeper 
Deschamps J S lumber mfr and PM 
Lalonde P emp Deschamps camp 
Matthews A emp Deschamps camp 
Nugent Ed mining 
Romano S section foreman 
Swanson O emp Deschamps camp 

BIRCH CREEK 

a settlement in Atlin District. Ad- 
dress mail Birch Creek, via Atlin. 
Hodges Lyman mining 
Pearse H P mgr Birch Creek Hy- 
draulic Mines 



Birch Creek. 19 miles long, runs in- 
to Okanagan Lake at Caesars. 

BIRCH ISLAND 

a post office and station on the C. 
N. R., in Kamloops Provincial Elec- 
toral District. Has G. N. W. Tele- 
graph. Kamloops, 81 miles north- 
west, is nearest banking and business 
centre. Farming and mining. 
Alexander John farming 
Alexander Robt farmimng 
Bruce J B laborer 
Canyon Creek Mining & Dev Co B 

T Foote mgr 
Foot? B T mgr CCM&D Co 
Graffunder K H laborer 
Hardy C F mixed farming 
Hayworth W farming 
Holt F E section foreman 
Holt J J mixed farming 
McCracken T J gen store 
McLennan Jas mixed farming 
Montgomery Thos mining 
Noble W E mixed farming 
Norris Hawkesworth farming 
Squibb H E agent CNR 
Squibb Mrs M postmistress 
Tester A E boarding house 
United Farmers of BC R Alexander 

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BIRCHLANDS 

a settlement near Golden, o'n the 
C. P. R., in Columbia Provincial 
Electoral District. See names under 
Golden, the post office. 

Bird Creek, 4 miles long, a tribu- 
tary on the south bank of Kootenay 
River, 8 miles west of Nelson. 

Bird Island, in the middle channel 
of Barclay Sound, Vancouver Island. 

Bird Rocks, on the east side of en- 
trance to Howe Sound. 

BIRDS 

a landing point on the Columbia 
River, in Columbia Provincial Elec- 
toral District, reached by C P. R- 
Columbia River steamers. 

BIRKEN 

a post office on the P. G. E. Ry., 76 

miles north of Squamish. 

Carlson Andrew farming 

Cary Edward farming 

Feather Prank farming 

James Edward farming 

Neff Frank farming 

Nyland John farming 

Pingle Walter farming 

Taylor Wm W postmaster 

Thompson Alice farming 

Webb Vincent farming 

Birkenhead River, 35 miles long, 
runs into Upper Lillooet River at 
north end of Lillooet Lake. 

Birnie Island, 2 miles west of Port 
Simpson. 

BISHOP LANDING 

a post office and landing point on 
the mainland coast near Lund, In 
Comox-Alberni Elec. Dist. 
Bishop P W PM 

Bishop Point, in Waddington Chan- 
nel, Redonda Island. 

Bishop's Cove, at the mouth of 
Gardner Canal, and 15 miles north of 
Princess Royal Island. 

Bissett Creek, runs into Spallum- 
cheen River north of Lumby. 



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BITTER CREEK 

a station on the C. N.-E. Ry., in 
Skeena District, 10 miles from Dock 
Stewart, whicli is 120 miles north of 
Prince Rupert, from whence it is 
reached by steamer. 

Black Bear Creek, 9 miles long, 
runs into north fork of Quesnel 
River. 

Black Bluff, on the north of Mal- 
colm Island. 

Black Canyon, 6 miles long, runs 
into Thompson River 5 miles south of 
Ashcroft. 

BLACK CREEK 

a logging camp, site of Camps 2 and 
3 of the Comox Logging and Ry. Co., 
and on E. & N. Ry., 12 miles north 
of Courtenay, and 3 miles north of 
Headquarters, in Comox Provincial 
Electoral District, reached by C. P. 
R. and Union S. S. Co.'s boats to 
Comox, thence 12 miles by stage and 
logging railway. Population, 250. 
Local resources: Logging and tim- 
ber. Address via Headquarters post 
office. 

Comox Logging & Ry Co logging 
Dawson Ray engineer 
Harding L foreman 
Hopkins N ranching 
McQuinn J C foreman 
Tilton A timekeeper 
Unwln W timekeeper 
Weeks John Martin mixed farming 
Wicker H engineer 

Black Creek, 11 miles long, runs 
Into Straits of Georgia 15 miles north 
of Comox. 

Black Creek, 5 miles long, runs into 
south fork of Horsefly River. 

Black Pish Sound, between Swan- 
son Island and Hanson Island, 10 
miles east of Alert Bay. 

Blackjack Mountain, 9 miles west 
of Nanaimo. 

BLACK PINES 

a post office and settlement on west 
side of North Thompson River, 20 
miles north of Kamloops, in Kam- 
loops Provincial Electoral District, 
2 miles north of Vinsulla, on the 
C. N. R., and reached by stage from 
Kamloops. Public school and Gov- 
ernment Telephone. Local resources: 
Stock raising, grain, vegetables, 
fruit growing and dairying. Popula- 
tion 100. 

Bertram E postmaster 

Bertram Wm farming 

Connine Arthur J dairy farming 

Connine Mrs Emma 

Connine Fred farming and trapping 

Hammond Jacob farming 

Harvey Wm farming 

Honeyman N S sec U P of B C 

Hoover Leonard grain and dairy 
farming sec school board 

Hyde E D stock farming 

Lewis C E farming 

Love Henry ranch mgr 

McKinnon Wm mixed farming 

Marcure Geo trapping 

Mayson Geo Jas dairy and farming 

Morgan Mr mixed farming 

Purse Mr mixed farming 

Ransome Harry farming 

Ransome Mrs H postmistress 

United Farmers of B C N S Honey- 
man sec 

White W farming 

Williams H Berthold farming 



BLACK POOL 

(P.O. named Auldgirth.) 
a station on the C. N. R., 65 miles 
north of Kamloops, with which it is 
connected by auto road, in the North 
Thompson Valley, in Kamloops Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. Telephone 
office. Local resources: Mining, 
prospecting, farming. Favorable 
rainfall and good water; two crops of 
clover are grown per year readily. 
Land values average from $10 raw 
per acre, to $30 improved. There 
are two schools and many promising 
mineral claims in the district — silver, 
lead, copper and coal. The North 
Thompson River at this point is 450 
feet wide, and there is a ferry here. 
Altitude, 1,260 feet. Population, 70. 
Bester H ferryman 
Davoren R V 
Derby G dairy farming 
Hewitt W farming 
Jenkins F P farming sec Clearwater 

school board 
Johnson J section foreman 
Johnston & Gill farming bldg contrs 
Loughton Capt A H gen store and PM 
McCarthy W dairy farming 
McLennan N farming 
Mann A farming mining 
Raddock J farming 
Whiteford J farming 
Whiteford W farming 
Wilson Miss L school teacher 
Wilson W mixed farming 

BLACKLOAM 

a post office in Rose Hill Dist., Kam- 
loops Provincial Electoral District, 7 
miles southeast of Kamloops, the 
nearest railway and telegraph point, 
reached by stage. Methodist Church, 
Local resources, farming. Land val- 
ues average from $10 to $15 raw, and 
$25 Improved, per acre. 
Adamson W G mixed farming 
Barker J mixed farming 
Bonselli Jas mixed farming 
Brett Wm Oliver mixed farming 
Carman J mixed farming 
Cavers J mixed farming 
Cooper Thomas mixed farming 
Cooper T W H mixed farming 
Davidson R S mixed farming 
Davis Thos mixed farming 
Dayton A P mixed farming 
Dayton Horace mixed farming 
Dayton J H cattle and farming 
Deluc Frank mixed farming 
Demon R mixed farming 
Daw George farmer 
De Leeuw Frank rancher 
Evenson Ed mixed farmnig 
Foote B T fruit farming 
Frolick Geo mixed farming 
Grantham V F lumberman 
Green Chas mixed farming 
Greer C W mixed farming 
Hadley L A mixed farming 
Harden E mixed farming 
Hemsley J mixed farming 
James W C mixed farming 
Jones E mixed farming 
Kutie Steve mived farming 
McKay A mixed farming and PM 
McKay A E mixed farming 
McKechnie J mixed farming 
McKnight W mixed farming 
McLean J A mixed farming 
Piccola Jos farming 
Powell Frank farming 
Rothschild N mixed farming 
Schamp Jos mixed farming 
Scouten J E poultry farming 
Scouten W H millman 



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Shannon J P mixed farming 
Spencer Fred W farmer 
Thompson Robert sheep ranching 
Wriprht W mixed farming 
Zimmer I mixed farming 

Blackney Pass, between Cracroft 
Island and Hanson Island, off John- 
stone Strait. 

Blackney Point, on the north of 
Drury Inlet. 

Black River, 190 miles long, flows 
through the northeast corner of Brit- 
ish Columbia into the Liard River, 
at Lat. 60. Long. 124. 

BLACKWATER CROSSING 

formerly known as Blackwater River. 
A crossing on the Fraser River, 52 
miles south of Prince George, in the 
Cariboo Provincial Electoral District, 
and 14 miles from Blackwater tele- 
graph station. See names under 
Blackwater Station, Euchiniko Cross- 
ing, Montgomery Landing, Mud 
River, Teko Creek. Quesnel is the 
post office. 

Blackwater River, 120 miles long, 
flows from Tzasha Lake, Coast Dis- 
trict, eastwards, joining the Fraser 
River 30 miles north of Quesnel. 

BLACKWATER STATION 

a Dominion Government Telegraph 
station, 56 miles south of Prince 
George, in Cariboo Provincial Elec- 
toral District, 40 miles northwest of 
Quesnel, the post office. 

BLAINEYS 

a station on the E. & N. Ry., 3 miles 
south of Ladysmith and 56 miles 
north of Victoria, on Vancouver Is- 
land, in Cowichan Provincial Elec- 
toral District. Ladysmith is nearest 
C. P. R. Telegraph office, and the 
business centre. Population, 50. Lo- 
cal resources: Mixed farming. See 
names under Ladysmith. 

Blair Inlet, a branch of Milbank 
Sound, at southwest of Don Island. 

Blair Mountain, 6,550 feet, lies to 
the northwest of Knight Inlet. 

BLAISDELL 

an old Indian village 3 miles north 
of Sicamous, the post office. No 
residents. 

Blanchard Mountain, on the east 
side of Pitt Lake. 

BLAYLOCK 

a station on the Kaslo-Xakusp 
branch of the C. P. R., in Kaslo Pro- 
vincial Electoral District, 15 miles 
northwest of Kaslo, the post office. 
Xo local residents. 

Blaylock Creek. 3 miles long, runs 
into Elk River, East Kootenay, near 
its source. 

Bleasdell Creek, 10 miles long, runs 
into Elk River. 

Blight Island, 6 miles long, in 
Nootka Sound, 190 miles northwest of 
Victoria. 

BLIND BAY 

a post office and settlement, 4 miles 
northeast of Notch Hill, on the C. 
P. R., in Kamloops Provincial Elec- 



toral District. Local resources: 
Fruit growing and farming. Popu- 
lation, 75. 

Aitken Thos farming 
Baines Chas T mixed farming 
Barnard A L fruit growing 
Barnard Frank fruit growing 
Barton Sidney farming 
Buckingham Ernest mixed farming 
Burrill Jas ranching barber 
Dobson W fruit growing 
Doebert Chas fruit growing 
Dunn Mrs T H 

Dunn Walter J ranching and sawmill 
Garrett Rollo ranching 
Gondie Norman fruit growing 
Jessop H J ranching 
Kent Geo ranching 
Lindsay Jas ranching 
McBride Thos J ranching mixed 

farming 
McLean Fern S mixed farming 
McLean N farming and fruit 
Newman Chas T ranching 
Perris Percy ranching 
Read Henry fruit growing 
Reedman Archibald G ranching 
Reedman Harry E farming 
Reedman John gen store and PM 
Reedman John S ranching 
Rorison Hugh retired 
Salter Alfred retired 

Blind Bay, on the northeast arm 
of Upper Arrow Lake. 

Blind Bay, on the northwest of 
Nelson Island, at entrance to Jer- 
vis Inlet. 

BLIND CHANNEL 

a post office on Blind Channel, di- 
viding Upper and Lower Thurlow 
Islands, in Comox Provincial Elec- 
toral District, reached by Union S. 
S. Co.'s boats from Vancouver, dis- 
tant 145 miles. Has telegraph office. 
Population, 40. Fishing and logging. 
Aeshoski S shingle bolt contr 
Allen Frank store ragr Q C Co and 

PM 
Brady F logger 
Carmichael A trapper 
Carmichael "W logger 
Corbett Tom logger 
Cowie Anthony mach shop 
Daniels H farming 
DeMille W logging contr 
Forberg Andrew logger 
Hetzler H engineer 
Hetzler R engineer 
Larsen Gus logger 
McKinnon Jas fisherman 
Mapes Jess trapper 
Mulroney Jas logging contr 
Mulroney John logger 
Nakashima N shingle bolt contr 
Nakata K logging contr 
Oswald Ola logger 

Quathiaski Canning Co salmon pack- 
ers gen store gasoline station 
Smith Sam logger 
Walters Kate school teacher 

Blind Creek, an inlet on the south 
of Cortes Island. 

Blind Entrance, on the north side 
of entrance to Kyuquot Sound, west 
coast of Vancouver Island. 

Blind Reef, in the entrance to 
Queen Charlotte Sound, 14 miles 
north of Vancouver Island. 

Blinkhorn Island, in Johnstone 
Strait, 8 miles southeast of Alert 
Bay. 

Blinkhorn Mountain, 15 miles 
southw^est of Victoria. 



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Block Island, in Thurston Bay, on 
northwest of Valdes Island. 

BLUBBER BAY 

a post office at north end of Texada 
Island, in Straits of Georgia, oppo- 
site Comox, on east coast of Van- 
couver Island, in Comox Provincial 
Electoral District, reached by Union 
S. S. Co.'s boats from Vancouver. 
Has telegraph connection via tele- 
phone to Powell River. Has Customs 
Office and Preventive Station. Popu- 
lation, 200. Local resources: Lime 
manufacturing, copper mining, lum- 
ber manufacturing, ranching, etc. 
Abercrombie S teamster 
Abrams John R engineer 
Bryant A farming 
Byron J engineer 
Bucholtz Bernard mill foreman 
Cameron P foreman 
Cameron Sidney sawyer 
Dick Miss I teacher 
Hansen Martin fisherman 
Hawkins R engineer 
Hopwood J mine foreman 
Johnston C fisherman 
Lee Wm T blacksmith 
Loyal Mine Jas Roper mgr gold sil- 
ver copper 
McGuigan Wm J postmaster 
Macintosh Wm mech 
Pacific Lime Co Ltd lime mfrs coop- 
erage and lumber mfrs 
Peele O S timekeeper 
Price H V carpenter 
Robins Mrs G nurse 
Ross J M engineer 
Schilling Richard W retired 
Smith Geo millwright 
Townsend John teamster 
Walder L mech 

Walker W A actg prev officer Cus- 
toms Dept and supt P L Co 
Wheeley Arthur log scaler 
Williamson Andrew mechanic 
Woodhead W farming 
Wray John gas engineer 
Young F boom man 

BLUCHER HALL 

a P.O. and settlement on No. Thomp- 
son River, in Kamloops Prov. Elec. 
Dist., 7 miles from Louise Creek, on 
the C.N.R., the nearest railway and 
telegraph point. Local resources: 
Mining, farming, lumbering, with 
good hunting and fishing. 

Allen Robert farmer 

Bottrell John farming 

Cicero Robert D farmer 

Denneny Michael farming 

Fader Chas farming 

Fraser Donald gen store dairy farm- 
ing PM 

Fraser River Mining Co Ltd W J 
Smith mgr platinum 

Highland Jas farming 

Holm T farmer 

Hubert A farmer 

Jackson R J farming 

Kallu C E logging 

Keller Chas farming 

McGregor Duncan farming 

Main C C farmer 

Munro Geo mixed farming 

Muskett F farming' 

Nash C laborer 

Noljen M M farmer 

Parks T A farming 

Paul Ernest farming 

Reid Charlie farmer 

Salves C mixed farming 

Sanderson Oscar farming 



Saunders Chas farming 
Sheepnay C A farming 
Tenford Jean farming 
Thompson Albert farmer 
Todd Chas farming 
Warts Samuel farming 

BLUEBERRY 

on C. P. R. Nelson-Rossland branch, 
6 miles south of Castlegar, Trail 
Provincial Electoral District. See 
names under Blueberry Creek. 

BLUEBERRY CREEK 

a post office and farming settlement, 

liVi miles north of Trail, 6 miles 

south of Castlegar, at the junction 

of Blueberry Creek with Columbia 

River, in Trail Provincial Electoral 

District. 

Ashworth A farming 

Barchard Mrs teacher 

Berendsen T dairy farming 

Beresford Mrs E sec sch bd and PM 

Beresford J farming 

Brooke E S farming 

Gopp W farming 

Harrison A E gen store 

Lewis J farming 

I.iewis Steven farming 

Lobb S farming 

Malakoff J farming 

Michalac Paul sec foreman 

Morozoff W farming 

Richardson H farming 

Romano C sectionman 

Sahlstrom C H tie cutter 

Sahlstrom W tie cutter 

Swanson T timber cruiser 

BLUE RIVER 

a P.O. and div. point on C.N.R., 143 
miles north of Kamloops, in the Fort 
George Prov. Elec. Dist. Has G.N.W. 
tel. Population, 50. Local resources: 
Timber and mining. 

Abrahamson M ditcher foreman CNR 

Campbell R pump insp CNR 

Cook Austin D mixed farming 

Crookston J emp CNR 

Davies Wm sec foreman CNR 

Day G V emp CNR 

Hampton Edward CNR 

Harrison S S mixed farming 

Henbit W emp CNR 

Hepburn Chas asst sec foreman 

Horn Angus B prov forest ranger 

Hughes G RM elk CNR 

Jarvis Robert agent CNR 

Johnson Wm R rep Dunlevie Timber 

Co 
Keith W car insp CNR 
Kilt L emp CNR 
Lawson Chas mixed farming 
Lawson John mixed farming 
McCague Wm CNR car insp sec 

school board 

McI^ABZSN, DAVID 
General Store. 

McLaren James B postmaster and JP 

Martinson Geo emp CNR 

Martinson Raymond roundhse night 

foreman CNR 
Mortimer George frmn rndhse CNR 
Moyer P emp CNR 
O'Regan T opr CNR 
Pake J emp CNR 
Pake Robert A CNR operator 
Robertson Janet asst storekpr 
Stewart G L mixed farming 
Strong David car insp CNR 
Thomas J emp CNR 
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Blue River, 41 miles long, runs in- 
to north branch of North Thompson 
River. 

Blue River, 30 miles long, runs in- 
to Dease River. 45 miles north of 
Sylvester Landing. 

BLUE SPRINGS 

a settlement on Spallumcheen River, 
21 miles east of Vernon, from which 
it is reached by stage. 

Blueberry Creek, 35 miles long, a 
tributary on the right bank of Colum- 
bia River, 2 miles north of Moberly. 

Blueberry Creek, 16 miles long, 
runs into Columbia River from 
Sheep Lake, 6 miles south df Castle- 
gar. 

Blue Earth Creek, 4 miles long, a 
tributary of Hat Creek. 

Bluejoint Creek, 9 miles long, runs 
into northeast branch of Kettle 
River. 

Blue Lake, 3 miles long, 12 miles 
north of Princeton. 

Blue Water Creek, 24 miles long, 
flows south into Columbia River, 3 
miles northwest of Donald. 

Bluff Lake, 2 miles long, in the 
Coast District, Range 2, near head 
waters of Homalko River. 

Bluff Point, on the east of Fred- 
erick Sound, Seymour Inlet. 

BLUNDELL 

a station on the B. C. E. Ry., Steve- 
ston line. Lulu Island, in the Rich- 
mond Provincial Electoral District, 
12.2 miles south of Vancouver, and 
2.3 miles north of Steveston. See 
names under Steveston. 

Blunden Bay, 3 miles south of en- 
trance to Smith Sound. 

Blunden Harbor, in the Coast Dis- 
trict, 16 miles north of Port Hardy 
and on the north side of Queen Char- 
lotte Sound. 

Blunden Island, 1 mile long, on the 
west coast of Vancouver Island, 7 
miles west of Clayoquot. 

Blunden Point, on the east of the 
Nanoose District, 11 miles northwest 
of Xanaimo. 

Blustry Mountain, 19 miles north- 
west of Spence's Bridge. 

Boat Cove, on the south of Las- 
queti Island. 

Boat Cove, in Cumshewa Inlet, 
Queen Charlotte Islands. 

Boat Cove, on the north side of 
Quatsino Sound, Vancouver Island. 

BOAT ENCAMPMENT 

a settlement at the junction of the 
Columbia and Canoe Rivers, 60 miles 
north of Revelstoke, the post office. 

BOAT HARBOR 

on the east coast of Vancouver Is- 
land, 8 miles south of Nanaimo. Has 
telephone office. There are coal 
mines in the vicinity. 



Boat Harbour, on the south of Cra- 
croft Island. 

Boat River, on the northwest of 
Vancouver Island, 3 miles south of 
Quatsino Sound. 

Bob Bay, on the north of Hunter 
Island. 



Bobtail Lake, 2 miles long, 36 miles 
north of Blackwater, on the Tele- 
graph Trail. _ ^^ 

Bohn Point, in Homfray Channel, 
opposite Redonda Island. 

Bold Bluff, on the south side of 
entrance to Quatsino Sound, Van- 
couver Island. 

BOLD POINT 

a post office and settlement on the 
oast side of Quadra Island of the 
Valdez Group, 45 miles north of 
Powell River, reached by boats of 
Union S. S. Co. Population, 70. 
Mining, ranching and logging are the 
chief industries. Has Dominion and 
Provincial Government Telegraph re- 
lay station. 

Black Robert mixed farming 
Elder Sadie O postmistress 
Hyarth N C mixed farming 
Riley L Q mixed farming. 
Sandstrom J mixed farming 
Ward & Elder mixed farming 

Bold Point, on the north of Swan- 
son Island. 



Bold Point, on the southeast of 
Valdes Island. 

BON ACCORD 

See Port Mann. 

Bonanza Creek. 11 miles long, runs 
into north end of Slocan Lake. 

Bonanza Lake, 8% miles long, in 
the Rupert District, Vancouver Is- 
land, 19 miles southeast of Alert Bay. 

Bonaparte Lake, 10 miles long, in 
the Lillooet District, 50 miles north- 
east of Ashcroft. 

Bonaparte Plateau, lies between 
Loon Lake and Bonaparte River. 30 
miles north of Ashcroft. 

Bonaparte River, 75 miles long, 
flows from Bonaparte Lake south- 
west into Thompson River at Ash- 
croft. 

Bond Peninsula, in the north of 
Drury Inlet. 

Bond Sound, in the Coast District, 
opposite the northeast corner of Gil- 
ford Island. 

Bones Bay, on the north of Cra- 
croft Island. 

Bonilla Island, off the west coast 
of Banks Island. 

Bonilla Point, on the southwest 
coast of Vancouver Island, 70 miles 
northwest of Victoria. 

Bonney Mountain, 10,200 feet, 8 
miles south of Glacier. 



BONNINGTON FALLS 

a P.O. and station at Bonnington 
Falls, on the Kootenay River, on the 
C. P. R. Nelson-Vancouver line, 11 
miles west of Nelson, the business 
centre, and 1>^ miles east of South 
Slocan, in Trail Prov. Elec. Dist. Is 
the site of the extensive power de- 
velopment work of the West Koote- 
nay Power & Light Co. Ltd. Has B. 
C. telephone. Population, 90. Local 
resources: Ranching and power de- 
velopment. The Bonnington orch- 
ards have produced some of the 
finest apples in the province. Good 
game hunting. 
Anderson R J machinist 
Bennett W W emp WKP&L Co Ltd 
Botting Geo E fruit growing and 
ranching 




''Built 
for 
Sleep" 

Bedsteads 

Springs 

Mattresses 

Including 
the Famous 

Osfermoor 

SUMMONS 

LIMITED 
Vancouver 

and 

Victoria 



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Jos. 

Blackburn 

& Son 

Scale 
Mechanics 

Jobbing 
Engineers 

Mechanical 
Repairs 

Phone Sey. 7004 

1172 Howe St. 
(Rear) 

Vancouver 



Crosby 

Printing 

Co. 

Stationers 

Printers 

Embossers 

Office 
Supplies 

Phone: 
Seymour 261 

306 
Tower Bldg. 

Vancouver 
B. c. 



Broadwood H C elec opr W K P & 

L. Co Ltd 
Brown G N fruit growing 
Campbell Eric laborer 
Collingwood G fruit growing 
Fray Collingwood fruit growing 
Georges R J oiler 
Goode Major Stuart fruit growing 
Grayson Ronald power plant opr 
Harris R rancher 
Helbecque Geo laborer 
Helbecque Geo jr opr machine 
Hoyle John H fruit growing 
Johnson E E elec opr W K P & L. Co 
Lee Major fruit growing 
Long Richard G W K P & L Co 
McDonald John D postmaster 
McGregor E mach opr 
Main Robt fruit growing 
Martin Frank mach opr 
Miles Samuel operator 
Motley Wm G elec W K P & L Co 
Needham Thos supt City plant 
Puffett M R ranching 
Rankin Capt ranching 
Ridge W D lineman 
Rileye R mach opr 
Stewart Norman D fruit growing 
Stewart J elec opr 
Thompson Gordon L opr W K P & L 

Co 
West Kootenay Power & Light Co 

Ltd Andrew Willey supt 
Willey Andrew supt W K P & L Co 

Bonwick Island, 3 miles long, 1 
mile west of Gilford Island and 5 
miles south of Broughton Island. 

Booker Lagoon, on the south of 
Broughton Island. 

Booker Point, on the east of Red- 
onda Island. 

Boone Point, on the west of Drury 
Inlet. 

Bootjack Lake, 5 miles long, 14 
miles south of Quesnel Forks. 

Boot Lake, 1% miles long, in the 
southeast of the Sayward District, 
Vancouver Island. 

BOOTHROYD 

a flag station on the C. N. R., 7 
miles east of Boston Bar, the nearest 
G. N. W. Telegraph and post office, 
in Kamloops Provincial Electoral 
District, on north side of Fraser 
River. Section crew. 

Booth's Creek, 8 miles long, tribu- 
tary of St. Mary's Creek. 

BORLAND 

See Williams Lake. 

BORTHWICKS 

a ranch and Dominion Government 
Telephone office, 46 miles from Kam- 
loops, and 2 from Barrlere, the post 
office. 
Borthwick Geo rancher and tel agt 



BOSTON BAR 

a post office and divisional point on 
the C. N. R. and the Fraser River 
in Yale Provincial Electoral District, 
132 miles east of Vancouver. 
Abray Jackson stock farming 
Brooks A W restaurant 
Burdett R J agt CNR 
Burke Frederick farming 
Cheeseman Wm depot employee 
Flann Robert laborer CNR 
Florence Manuel section formean 



Florence Wm farmer 

Griffiths M A sch teacher 

Hicks Samuel locomotive fireman 

Hughes Jas mach hlpr CNR 

Kilbarde F machine hlpr CNR 

McGuinnes C R opr CNR 

McKeand Gordon car inspector 

McKeown W car insp CNR 

MacMillan Jas sec foreman 

Mullen Wm watchman and farming 

Murchison S laborer CNR 

Pafford Fredk asst loco foreman 

Porfetti John farmer 

Skipper N C laborer CNR 

Smith J Hambbing gen store and PM 

Thompson A E operator CNR 

Wilson George car inspector 

Boston Bar Creek, 14 miles long, 
tributary of Coquihalla River, 

BOSWELL 

a post office and fruit growing 
settlement on the Kootenay Lake, 
Kaslo Provincial Electoral District, 
between Nelson and Kootenay Land- 
ing, reached by C. P. R. lake steam- 
ers, distant 20 miles north of Sir- 
dard, 47 east of Nelson, and 20 north 
of Kootenay Landing, the nearest 
railway point. Has B. C. long dis- 
tance telephone office. Local re- 
sources: Fruit growing, especially 
cherries. Population, 75. 

Bainbridge Edwin stock raising 
Bartley Geo H bees and fruit 
Bebbington C H fruit growing 
Beeden Arthur E fruit growing 
Bourne Clements fruit growing 
Coupland Jas gro exp agt ranch JP 
Crowther Denis B fruit growing 
Cummings Frank trapping 
Cummings Sydney J fruit growing 
Ellis Roland stock raising 
Frank Simpson S fruit growing 
Ginol Wm farming stock fruit 
Hepher A ranching 
Hepher W L fruit growing 
Higgens J R barber 
Jephson John M ranching 
Johnstone Harry dairy stock fruit 
Kennedy Andrew bees and fruit 
Kennedy Mary postmistress 
McCallum J C teacher 
Mackie Alex fruit growing 
Mitchell Wm mining and fruit 
Nack Wm G fruit and poultry farmg 
Oatts Miss Ella M bees and fruit ^ 
Oatts F J fruit growing 
Parkowich Joe ranching 
Smith Bros (Bert and Jas H) fruit 
Spence Harold fruit dairying 
Wall Thos F mining 
Wallace Kenneth fruit dairy farming 
West G A ranching 
Wilson John fruit growing. 
Yuill Robt W mining 

BOSWORTH 

a flag station on the C. P. R. Lar- 
deau and Gerrard branch, 11 miles 
from Howser and 20 miles northwest 
of Lardeau, in Kaslo Provincial El- 
ectoral District. Telephone at Gold 
Hill, distant 3 miles. Kaslo is the 
business centre. Address mail to 
Poplar Creek post office. 
Appleton Geo farming 
Evans Edmund farming 
Leeming John farming 

Botanic Creek, 8 miles long, runs 
into the Thompson River 2 miles 
north of Lytton. 



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BOULDER 

a station on the C. N. Ry., on the 
North Thompson River, 60 miles 
north of Kamloops in Kamloops Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. Nearest 
post and telegraph G. N. W., at 
Chu Chua, 9 miles south. Local re- 
sources: Farming, logging. 
Cleaverly Chas mixed farming 
Cleaverly Jos mixed farming 
Tostenson B mixed farming 
Tostenson T section foreman 

BOULDER 

a mining settlement in Atlin Dis- 
trict, 13 miles from Atlin via Dis- 
covery, reached by motor road. Pla- 
cer mining. Address Boulder, via 
Atlin post office. 
Anderson Gus mining 
Brunet Pierre mining 
Carlson Victor mining 
Hill Algot mining 
Hjelm Fred mining 
Johnson Gustav mining 
Johnson Konrad mining 
Josephson John mining 
Kennedy Wm mining 
Ohman Dan mining 
Ohman Fred mining 
Prokar Peter mining 

Boulder Creek, 14 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Horse Thief Creek. 

Boulder Creek, 12 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Canoe River, 12 miles north 
Boat Encampment. 

Boulder Creek, 8 miles long, runs 
into Kettle River near its source. 

Boulder Creek, 8 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Inonoakin Creek. 

Boulder Creek, 8 miles long, tribu- 
tary of the Wapita River. 

Boulder Creek, 6 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Wild Horse Creek, Fort 
Steele. 

Boulder Creek, 6 milSs long, runs 
Into Duncan River 7 miles west of 
West Fork. 

Boulder Creek, 6 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Downie Creek. 

Boulder Creek, 5 miles long, runs 
into Xanaimo River 5 miles east of 
Nanaimo Lake. 

Boulder Creek, 5 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Moyie River, north. 

Boulder Creek, 5 miles long, runs 
Into north fork of Kettle River. 

Boulder Creek, 5 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Salmon River, West Kootenay 

Boulder Creek, 4 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Salmon Creek, Upper Arrow 
Lake. 

Boulder Creek, 2 miles long, runs 
into Elk River, Kennedy Lake, Van- 
couver Island. 

Boulder Island, on the north of 
Malcolm Island. 

Boulder Island, a small isle at the 
entrance of the north arm of Burrard 
Inlet. 

BOULDER MILL 

a logging camp, sawmill and Do- 
mmion Government Long Distance 
Telephone office on the G. N. Ry., 
25 miles south of Nelson, the busi- 
ness centre. 

Gray & McCaslln shingle mfrs 
O'Xeil J J postmaster 
O Neill Irvine & Mann logging lum- 
ber sawmill and telephone agts 

Boulder Point, on the east of Cortes 
Island. 



Boulder Point, on the southwest of 
Vancouver Island, 44 miles west of 
Victoria. 

Boulder Point, on the west side of 
Saanich Peninsula, Vancouver Island. 

Boulder Point, on the west coast of 
Vancouver Island, 2 miles southwest 
of Hesquiat. 

Boulder Point, on the north side of 
entrance to Kniglit Inlet. 

Boulder Rapids, on Canoe River, 12 
miles north of Boat Encampment. 

Bouleau River, lb miles long, runs 
into north end of Okanagan Lak?. 

BOUNDARY BAY 

a post office, farming district and 
summer resort located on Boundary 
Bay, Delta Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, reached by auto stage from 
New Westminster and Ladner. Near- 
est railway the Grea t Northern, dis- 
tant 5 miles. Anglican mission. 
Dairying, mixed farming and crab 
fishing. Land values average $75 
to $200 per acre. Population, 50, 
with 400 in summer. 
Allen N mixed farming 
Brandrith Benj farming 
Brandrith P farming 
Brandrith W J farming 
Cairns J A school teacher 
Calvert E T actg Sub-Col Customs 
Calvert Mrs E T postmistress 
Calvert Mrs K retired 
Cammidge E farming 
Cold Chas farming 
Dennis Miss M nurse 
Donley Geo farming 
Foote Edgar farming 
Genge Robt farming 
Grauer Geo farming 
Gunn Robt dairy farming 
Hearl Mrs Geo seamstress 
Hearl Mrs N retired 
Jones E J butcher 
Kettles F farming 
Lowe Chas farming 
Manley Geo mixed farming 
Smith Jas laborer 
Westwood Geo farming 
Whalen M farming rentals 
Winskill Chris farming 
Winskill Ed farming 

BOUNDARY CITY 

a siding on Boundary branch of C. 
P. R., at junction of Boundary and 
Eholt Creeks, 2 miles north of 
Greenwood. 

Boundary Creek, 18 miles long, 
runs into Kettle River at United 
States boundary, 1 mile south of 
Midway. An important mining dis- 
trict. 

Boundary Creek, 1 mile long, runs 
into Kootenay River at Bedlington. 

BOUNDARY FALLS 

a P.O. anad station on C.P.R. Nelson- 
Vancouver line, 3 miles south of 
Greenwood, and 5% miles south of 
East Midway. Has B. C. telephone. 
Local resources: Farming. 
Anderson N J farming 
Baltz J C cattle and grain 
Bennett W retired 
Bravard J cattle raising 
Carson K C cattle and grain 
Castleman J C farming 
Christenson Mark mixed farming 
Christenson Mrs Mary cattle raising 
Clark Walter hay and cattle 
Cruse Mrs Jennie PM and tel agt ' 



Dr. 
T. 

Glendon 

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"The 

Gentle 

Dentist" 

* 
Two Big 
Offices : 

DAWSON 
BLOCK 

(Cor. Main and 
Hastings) 

and Corner 

Georgia 

and 
Granville 



opp. Hudson's 
Bay 



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don't pay 

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POSTERS. 
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ADDRESSES. 



LGhrystal 
& Co. Ltd. 

Manufacturers 

Sash 

Doors 

Store 
Fronts 

Interior 

Wood- 

worK 



"On the Viaduct" 

108 
Georgia St. East 

Vancouver 

B. C. 



Fee R mixed farming 

Folvil R cattle raising 

Gideon Claude mixed farming 

Graser C cattle raising 

Hareland T farming 

Hoge James poultry raising 

Hopkins A lumber 

Jones B miner 

Lund E farming 

McArthur J A mixed farming 

McCaron J hay and cattle 

MacDonald D Y cattle sec sch board 

Miles A retired 

Pascoe Jas farming 

Pascuzzi Jas mixed farming 

Pascuzzi V mixed farming 

Smith David cattle raising 

Wilson A mixed farming 

Wilson W mixed farming 

Boundary Lake, on international 
boundary, 16 miles west of Bedling- 
ton. West Kootenay. 

Bourmaster Point, on the west of 
Brouphton Island. 

BOWEN ISLAND 

a post office on Bowen Island, at 
entrance to Howe Sound, Gulf of 
Georgia, in North Vancouver Pro- 
vincial Electoral District, reached by 
Union S. S. Co.'s steamers from Van- 
couver, 12 miles. Nearest railway 
station is at Whytecliff, on P. G. E. 
Ry., 2*^ miles. Auto service is main- 
tained daily from all boats to Mt. 
Gardiner Park, and Beach Co., three 
miles across the wharf. Has Govern- 
ment Telegraph and Telephone office. 
The school is used for church ser- 
vices on missionary circuit. Bowen 
Island is an ideal summer and sea- 
side resort and includes the summer 
homes of many Vancouver citizens. 
Some fruit and poultry raising are 
carried on. Permanent population, 
90. 

Barber T C carpenter 
Billington Albert trapper 
Billington Fred logging frmn 
Bowena Copper Mine 
Carpenter N O carpenter 
Carter Albert farming 
Collins Jas farming 
Compson Reg E farming 
Conally G A farming 
Cowan Geo H farming 
Davies Frank asst postmaster 
Davies Geo eng 
Davies Wm J store and PM 
Dodson Frank estate manager 
Dodson Mrs M storekeeper 
Dodson Percy surveyor 
Dorman Jacob farming 
Egglestone Geo farming 
Floris Benson flshijig 
Gardiner H farming 
Gerster E F propr Union S S Go's 

store 
Gibson J C pres Mount Gardiner Pk 

& Beach Co 
Gleeson S J sec United Farmers of 

B C 
Grafton David farming 
Green Walter guide 
Johnston Miss H E sch tchr 
Leatham Thos farming mgr Union 

S S Go's farm 
Lister John farming 
Magee F O farming 
Martin J C caretaker Bowen Copper 

Mines 
Mayell Harry farming 
Miller Geo C poultry ranch 
Miller I S farming 
Moore John J mining 
Mount Gardiner Park & Beach Co 



J C Gibson pres E L Wells mgr 
Mt Strahan Hotel Union S S Co of 

B C Ltd props 
Nichol N F gen mgr Union S S Co 
Smith B E contr 
Smith Herbert farming 
Smith W P farming 
Sutherland J farming 
United Farmers of B C S J Gleeson 

sec 
Wells E L mgr Mount Gardiner Park 

& Beach Co 
Woode Peter farming 

BOWIE 

Name changed to Cambie, which see. 

Bowman Creek, 11 miles long, runs 
into south of Lower Arrow Lake. 

Bowman Mountain, 10 miles north- 
west of Clinton. 

BOWSER 

a post office and settlement on E. 

& N. Ry., in Nanaimo Provincial 

Electoral District, 22 miles north of 

Parksville. Population 40. 

Becque John mixed farming 

Bowdell K poultry farming 

Bowser School Board A Lodge sec 

Brown John vegetable farming 

Caljow Jacobus mixed farming 

Carrico E mixed farming 

Costin Frank laborer 

;;ostin John laborer 

Cotton Chas B mixed farming 

Deighton Harry section frmn 

Everett H lumberman 

Gilchrist R surveyor 

Ginsberg Mrs Marie mixed farming 

Hinch A C contractor 

Holt John farming gen store and PM 

Horswell M M farming 

Lodge Arthur mixed farming sec 
Bowser school board 

Milne R H ranching 

Nash C W poultry farm 

Ribent August vegetable farming 

Smith Wm mixed farming 

Stirwater B W fruit farming 

Taylor Jas laborer 

Thames Geo mixed farming 

Tremayne Arthur D mixed farming 

^Varren J farming 

Whiteway R farming ^ 

Wright H C ranching 

Bowv-er Island, 1 mile long, in 
Howe Sound, 2 miles northeast -jf 
Bowen Island. 

Boyd Creek, 11 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of the Fish River. 

Boyd Mountain, 35 miles southwest 
of Fort Grahame. 

Boyd Point, on the west side of 
Bute Inlet. 

Boyds, see 70-mile Hou.se. 

Boyd's Ranch, on Columbia River, 
40 miles north of Revelstoke. 

Boyle Point, on the south of Den- 
man Island. 

Boyles Point, 12 miles south of 
Blundell Harbour. 

Box Lake, lies 6 miles southeast of 
Nakusp. 

Boxer Point, on the southeast of 
North Galiano Island. 

Boxer Reach, between north of 
Gribbell Island and mainland. 

BOYD'S 

a flag station on the P. G. E. Ry., 22 
miles north of Clinton, in Lillooet 
Provincial Electoral District. Seven- 
ty-Mile House is the post office. 



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BRACKENDALE 

__ post office and village on the P. 
G. E. Ry., 6 miles north of Squamish, 
the nearest bank centre. North Van- 
couver Provincial Electoral District. 
Nearest telegraph Dominion Govern- 
ment at Squamish. Anglican and 
Presbyterian churches. Population, 
200. 

Armstrong Al logging 
Armstrong Herbert mechanic 
Baker Humphrey mixed farming 
Barbour Alfred logging 
Banfield A P poultry raising 
Barnfield Menry mixed farming 
Bonson R F mixed farming 
Bradney R farming 
Day Jas fruit growing and farming 
Edwards John sec Farmers Institute 
Fries Herman barber 
Gray R C gen store 
Herres Peter mixed farming 
Hurren Dan logging 
Isaac H H mail carrier 
Isaac H H mixed farming 
Jackson M S confectioner 
James Wilfred Road House 
Jones C sign painter 
Jones E T blacksmith 
Judd Earl farming 
Judd Henry farming sec Squamish 

school board 
Leavitt J D ranching 
Lunberg C mixed farming 
McDonald Donald farming fruit 
McDonald Hugh logger 
McDonald Jim logger 
McDonald John blacksmith farming 
Mclntyre Jos logging 
McNutt J logger 
McXaughton A cook 
Mills Hugh boarding house 
Morgan C L poultry 
Neil Jas fruit growing farming 
Palmer J logger 
P G E Ry shops 
Radford John fruit growing 
Rae H Lawson fruit growing farmg 
Rae James stage 
Rae Lawrence cook 
Rae O A mechanic 
Rae R S logger 
Sandhoff J farming 
Schoonover Chas logging 
Sellons Henry blacksmith 
Steven Bernard poultry fruit 
Thompson J logger 
Thome Clifton mixed farming 
Thorne Frederick mixed farming 
Thorne H A poultry raising 
Tubbs F retired 
Tutin G C poultry fruit 
Wallace W stage 
Webster W farming 
Whitaker L. J gen store and PM 
Wilby G C teacher 

Braden Creek, 8 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Gordon River, "Vancouver Isd. 

Bradley Lagoon, an arm of Blunden 
Harbour . 

BRADNER 

a post office and station on the B. 
C E. Ry., Eraser Valley line, 4 miles 
northeast of Aldergrove. Abbots- 
ford, 10 miles west, is nearest bank- 
ing point. Chief resources are mixed 
and small fruit farming. Land val- 
ues average $300 per acre. Has 
school, church and Dominion Ex- 
press. 

Adams — chicken ranch 
Aspinall Peter farming 
I Auburn X farmer 

Baker T S mixed farming 



Bradner Supply Co gen store 

Brough Norman C farming 

Brough Reginald C farming 

Brown T farming 

Cameron M mixed farming 

Carr — farmer 

Carmichael A F mixed farming 

Carmichael F M mixed farming 

Cederfelt O farming 

Donaldson Robt mixed farming 

Duncan Jos F farming 

Fatkin F nursery and gardening 

Gardner — farmer 

Glazebrook James mixed farming 

Gourard P farming 

Heslip David farming 

Hutchinson H pres and mill supt 

Smith-Hutchinson Lumber Co Ltd 
Louch — supervisor S S B 
McLellan Lou sawyer 
NichoUs J farming 
Nicoll R K dairy farming 
Onman J mixed farming 
Owen J mixed farming 
Redmond W A farming 
Roche J farming 
Sinkinon J M farming 
Slogget — farmer 
Smith-Hutchinson Lumber Co Ltd H 

Hutchinson pres 
Smith K bee keeping 
Sparling A M postmaster 
Tilly Frank E farming 
Trumptour Jos farming 
Warden — chicken ranch 
WTiitetein J E farming 
Wieland J E farming 

BRADSHAW 

a flag station in the Yale District, 
on the G. N. Ry., 150 miles west of 
Grand Forks. 

Brady Creek, 6 miles long, runs 
into Windermere Lake. 

BRANHAM ISLAND 

a post office and island at mouth of 
Seymour Inlet, Queen Charlotte 
Sound, Prince Rupert Provincial El- 
ectoral District, reached by Union S. 
S. Co.'s boats from Vancouver, dis- 
tant 200 miles. Nearest telegraph 
station at Port Hardy, on Vancouver 
Island, distant 20 miles. Local re- 
sources are farming, logging and 
fishing. 

Aas Lars fishing 
Anderson H C logging 
Anderson J C logging 
Bellham F G logging 
Bradstead Hans 
Burgenson I logging 
Dusenbury Geo logging 
Dent Chas logging 
Edwards G logging 
Feru Iver logging 
Frederickson F logging 
Gunderson Ole logging 
Gunderson John logging 
Gustaferson Ernest logging 
Hagan S logging 
Johnson Chas fishing 
Kelly Geo A farming and stock 
Lovik Alfred logging 
Larson Bernard 
Larson William 
Lund A O farming and stock 
Melan John logging 
Oien Thomas logging 
Peterson O logging 
Russell Walter fishing 
Simmons James 
Stevens Anton logging 
Turner Fred G farming stock PM 
Valley Chas logging 



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Layritz 
Nurseries 

Fruit and 
Ornamental 
Trees, 
Hollies, 
Roses, 
Rhodo- 
dendrons, 
Small Fruits, 
Perennials, 
Etc. 

Oldest and 

Best 

Established 

Nurseries in 

British 

Columbia 

VICTORIA 

B.C. 



Dickson's 

Importing 

Tea and Coffee 

Co., Limited 

Wholesale and 
Retail Import- 
ers, Roasters, 
Blenders and 
Packers 

TEAS 

COFFEES 

COCOA 

Send for Prices 
and Samples 

Prompt Attention 
to Retail or 

Wholesale Orders 

Shipments by 
parcel post (duty 
free) to any point 
in Canada, U. S. 
or abroad. 

317-321 
Columbia Ave. 

Vancouver 

B.C. 



BRANSCOMB 

a station on the B. C. E. Ry., Steves- 
ton line, Lulu Island, in Richmond 
Provincial Electoral District, 13.6 
miles south of Vancouver, and 1 mile 
north of Steveston. See names un- 
der Steveston. 

Brash Creek, 5 miles long, runs in- 
to Spallumcheen River 4 miles east 
of Bnderby. 

Breacker Point, at the south end 
of Estevan Island. 

BRECHIN 

a settlement on the E. & N. Ry., 2 
miles north of Nanaimo, in Albernl 
Provincial Electoral District. Nanai- 
mo is nearest business centre and 
post office. 

Brem River, 11 miles long, runs in- 
to north side of Toba Inlet. 

BRENTON 

a station on the E. & N. Ry., 62 
miles north of Victoria, and 3 miles 
north of Ladysmith, in Newcastle 
Provincial Electoral District, Van- 
couver Island. Ladysmith is the 
business centre, nearest telegraph 
office of the C. P. R., and the post 
office. Local resources: Farming. 
See names under liadysmith. 

BRENTWOOD 

on Tod Inlet, reached by B. C. E. Ry. 
See names under Tod Inlet, the post 
office. 

Breton Island, in Hoskyn Inlet, 3 
miles northeast of Heriot Bay post 
office. 

Brettell Point, on the east side of 
the entrance to Toba Inlet. 

BREW 

a siding on the P. G. E., 28 miles 
north of Squamish in North Vancou- 
ver Provincial Electoral District. 
Nearest railway station is Mons, 9 
miles. Nearest post office is Stoney 
Creek. 

Brew Peninsula, at the east end of 
Seymour Inlet. 

Brewer Creek, 8 miles long, runs 
into Kettle River near its source. 

Brewery Creek, 3 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Wild Horse Creek, Fort 
Steele. 

Bribery Island, in Malacca Passage, 
17 miles south of Prince Rupert. 

BRIDESVILLE 

a post office and farming settlement 
near Rock Creek, 68 miles east of 
Keremeos and 28 from Greenwood, 
on Grand Forks and Oroville branch 
of G. N. R., in Greenwood Provin- 
cial Electoral District. Office of sub- 
collector of Customs, outport of 
Greenwood. Has G. N. W. Telegraph 
and Dominion Government Long Dis- 
tance Telephone. 
Aberdeen A mining 
Barwick Alfred R farming 
Bennett Arthur B mining 
Berrey Percy farming 
Blair Wm general store and PM 
Blake Mabel N school teacher 
Blythe David farming 
Blythe Wm V farming 



lumber sec 



Bozarth J M dairying 

Bridesville Hotel H McBride prop 

Brown Scott farming 

Brown Wm A farming 

Burbaker John farming 

Carlson O G section man 

Charlton Chester L farming cattle 

Connor John A prospector 

Copland Jas mining 

Courtney G H cattle raising 

Cruickshanks A B farming 

Dalander J A farming 

Delisle J A dairying 

Deschenes Geo laborer 

DeWitte Merc Co gen store 

Dodds J L mixed farming 

Dumont Hugo V J dairying 

Du Mont Joe sec United Farmers of 
B C 

Dumont Michael grain 
Rock Mt school board 

Dumont Paul dairying 

Dussault Jos carpenter 

Eddy A sub-collector of Customs and 
immigration inspector 

Floyd Edward mining eng 

Frank Jos A prospector 

Gane Geo B M farming 

Goodyear J dairying 

Hamilton Chas E mining 

Hebert Alphonse laborer 

Henderson Jas laborer 

Hollinger Edw farming 

Johns Wm dairying sec Upper Rock 
Creek school board' 

Johnson Ernest mixed farming 

Kelly J mixed farming 

Kingsley Frank J farming 

Kingsley R farming 

Kohorst Henry farming 

Letts H T mixed farming sec Brides- 
ville school board 

Lightley Albert W laborer 

Luce John N mining 

McBride Harry prop Bridesville Htl 

Mace I agent GNR 

Maurer A mixed farming 

Miller G M dairying 

Mueller Wm A E real est and ins 

Munch B W cattle raising 

Pringle Joe mining 

Paul Battist 

Powell A E farming 

Rusch G H storekeeper and PM 

Schorn F farming 

Taylor Robt W farming 

Tipple A mixed farming 

United Farmers of B C Joe Du Mont 
sec , 

Walters J laborer 

BRIDGE CREEK 

See 100-Mile House. 

Bridge Creek, 5 miles long, runs 
into Moyie Lake. 

Bridge Creek, 4 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Beaver Creek, West Kootenay 
District. 

Bridge Lake, in Llllooet District, 40 
miles northeast of Clinton. 

BRIDGEPORT 

a station on the B. C. E. Ry., Steves- 
ton line, on Lulu Island, Richmond 
Provincial Electoral District, distant 
% miles from Marpole and h^ mile 
from Eburne, the post office. Bridge- 
port takes in Tuck Station and Sex- 
smith Station on either side. Local 
resources: Two shingle mills, a flour 
mill, steel and rolling mill. 
Challoner E H school janitor 
Darling — school teacher and gen 

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Easterbrook Flour Mill Co Ltd Wm 

G Easterbrook mgr 
Easterbrook Wm G mgr EFM Co 
Easterbrook Wm jr miller EFM Co 
George Wm section man 
Gillies Jas engineer 
Hall Fred carpenter 
Hunter W engineer 
Ketcheson Royal tmstr thresher 
Kirkbride Wm blacksmith 
Palmer Wm carpenter 
Rorison Basil J 
Rorison Hugh E 
Rorison Robert P 
Rorison W D farming 
Shillabear John 
Shillabear Thos C retired 
Smith James farming 
Smithson Bert section foreman 
Tapp Wm gardener 
Vancouver Rolling Mills Co Ltd 

Bridge River, 95 miles long, runs 
Into Eraser River 6 miles north of 
Lillooet. 

BRIDGE RIVER CROSSING 

a ranching and mining settlement 24 
miles west of Lillooet, and 9 miles 
from Shalalth, on the P. G. E. Ry. 
A small valley with farms on each 
side of the river, which has on the 
north side a good wagon road. Has 
good fishing and hunting. 
Hansen Elliott O ranching 
Sabring John ranching 
Veers Antonio ranching 

BRIDGES SPUR 

on the Windermere-Golden branch of 
the C. P. R., in Kootenay District, 
near Fort Steele. 

BRIGADE LAKE 

a P.O. and settlement 12 miles south 
of Kamloops, in Kamloops Provin- 
cial Electoral District, reached by 
stage from Kamloops, on C. P. R., 
which is nearest railway and tele- 
graph print. Has public school. 
Long distance telephone at Knuts- 
ford, distant 7 miles. Local re- 
sources: Farming. Population, 200. 
Abear Geo mixed farming 
Bennett I mixed farming 
Blackburn David mixed farming 
Blickfield Emil mixed farming 
Brammer W mixed farming 
Craigie Wm mixed farming 
Dunn Andrew mixed farming 
Foley Jas mixed farming 
Gorham Geo mixed farming 
Grant Wm mixed farming 
Hatton C mixed farming 
Hole F mixed farming 
Humphrey F L mixed farming 
Jackson Wm mixed farming 
King John mixed farming 
Landess I M mixed farming 
Lewis Ed mixed farming 
Lyne R J mixed farming 
Lyne Wm mixed farming 
Mclvor N W mixed farming 
Manning A K mixed farming 
Nichol David postmaster 
Nichol R J mixed farming 
Parks Jas mixed farming 
Phillip Graham mixed farming 
Phillip Noel mixed farming 
Phillip Peter mixed farming 
Poole Thos mixed farming 
Pye F mixed farming 
Roberts E mixed farming 
Seibel S mixed farming 



Shaw Robt mixed farming 
Siddell John mixed farming 
Smith W M mixed farming 
Somerville R mixed farming 
Steeves A A mixed farming 
Stump L mixed farming 
Taylor Alfred 
Taylor Wm mixed farming 
Weir Geo mixed farming 

BRIGHOUSE 

a farming settlement on Lulu Island 
in Delta Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, reached by B. C. E. Ry. Ad- 
dress mail Eburne. 

Brighouse M mixed farming 
Brighouse Park Ltd office 901 Stand- 
ard Bank Vancouver 
Buckingham W H mixed farming 
Chesman L D real estate 
Erskine Jas mixed farming 
Forbes A hardware 
Fowler T mixed farming 
Gilmour Jos mixed farming 
Gilson Geo mixed farming 
Graner G A mixed farming 
Hemphill J mixed farming 
Laing Thos mixed farming 
McChellar Geo mixed farming 
McDonald Duncan mixed farming 
McDonald Hugh mixed farming 
McKay D mixed farming 
McKnight W C mixed farming 
May H R mixed farming 
Megar F dairying 
Miller J W mixed farming 
Miller M F resident 
Pfister P mixed farming 
Porter & Tomsett gardeners 
Thompson Jas mixed farming 
Walton J road foreman 
Webster David dairying 
Wilson F T poultry raising 
Wilson M mixed farming 

Bright Island, a small island in 
entrance to Queen Charlotte Sound, 
19 miles northwest of Port Hardy. 

Bright Island, a small island to 
the south of Prevost Island, Gulf of 
Georgia. 

BRIGHTON BEACH 

on the west side of the North Arm 
of Burrard Inlet, 11 miles from Van- 
couver. 

BRIGHTWATER 

See Tappen. 

BRILLIANT 

a Doukhobop settlement and post of- 
fice on opposite side of Columbia 
River from Waterloo Station, on 
Rossland branch of C. P. R., 2% 
miles east of Castlegar, and 23 miles 
west of Nelson. Has C. P. R. Tel- 
egraph and B. C. Telephone. 

Doukhobor Trading Soc gen store 
Hufty Wm A agt CPR 
Keil Mazie school teacher 
KoftinofC M mgr K C Pres Wks and 

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Lean May school teacher 
Lindmark Ruth school teacher 
McClellan Jean school tchr 
Matz Margaret school prin 
Tapping Beth school teacher 

Brin River, 12 miles long, runs in- 
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BRISCO 

a post office and village on the 
Kootenay Central branch of the C. 
P. R., 49 miles south of Golden, the 
banking centre, on the Columbia 
River, in Columbia Provincial Elec- 
toral District. Has telegraph and 
Dominion Government Long Distance 
Telephone offices and Anglican 
church. The Lead Queen and Isaac 
mines deliver ore to Brisco regularly 
for shipment. There are deposits of 
100 per cent white lime here. Local 
resources: Mining (copper, silver, 
lead), mixed farming, sheep raising, 
dairying, logging and lumbering. 

Alton Leslie farming 

Appleyard Thos laborer 

Atchison H farming sec school board 

Atchison Steve 

Banks J J farming 

Cobb Ernest farming 

Harrison Stanley B farming 

Hart Thos ranching 

Lead Queen Mine Paul Denhart mgr 

McGuiness Oswald A farming civ eng 

McKay Lewis laborer 

Mitchell Fred A farming 

Mitchell Geo cattle and farming 

Mitchell S N farming 

Moran Arthur farming 

Morrison George E farming 

Nelson E B blacksmith 

Taber J P farming 

Thatcher Fred farming 

United Farmers of B C Fred Mitchell 

sec 
Watkins Chas farming 
^Vatkins Edward farming 
Watkins John farming 
Wolfenden Archd farming 
Wolfenden James farmer 
Wolfenden Stanley farming 

Bristol Island, in Fraser River, 
west of Hope. 

BRITANNIA BEACH 

a post office and company town of 
the Britannia Mining & Smelting Co., 
Ltd., 35 miles north of Vancouver, 
in North Vancouver Provincial Elec- 
toral District, reached by Terminal 
Steam Navigation and Union S.S. Co. 
boats from Vancouver. Nearest rail- 
way is P. G. E. at Squamish, 8 miles 
Has telegraph and telephone offices, 
offices of Provincial Police Constable 
and acting Sub-Collector of Customs, 
outport of Vancouver. Presbyterian 
Church and R. C. Mission. Popula- 
tion 500. 
Adzia E mining 
Aitchison T laborer 
Alonso J mining 
Anderberg E mining 
Anderson A plumber 
Anderson H mining 
Anderson H F mining 
Anderson M A woodsman 
Andrews T mining 
Armstrong J S woodsman 
Austin J W metallurgist 
Bacon A coir of customs 
Barton E laborer 
Bateman J Hydro operator 
Bawden E machinist 
Bennett H mining 
Bennett W waiter 
Berg C laborer 
Bernon E mining 
Beson G mining 
Bloomquist G carpenter 
Bogle W steel sharpener 
Boldens C steel sharpener 
Boudreau P carpenter 



Brister G mining 

Brister M clerk 

Brister W R mining 

Brown J W mining 

Brown W H woodsman 

Browning C P general manager 

Bulich P laborer 

Buntell A mining 

Burnett J laborer 

Burtness P mining 

Burton F A mining 

Byrn R mining 

Cameron D laborer 

Campbell A D steel sharpener 

Campbell G hydro operator 

Campbell J laborer 

Campbell J D mining 

Campeau J H engineer 

Carlisle W mining 

Carlson O laborer 

Carp J mining 

Carpenter J A mining 

Carrey J laborer 

Challacombe C T electrician 

Chatt A mining 

Chenoweth T J mining 

Christieson L carpenter 

Clarys R chef 

Cleveland A shoemaker 

Cleveland J laborer 

Coady M mining 

Conley H F clerk 

Connacher J laborer 

Cook A laborer 

Craig J mining 

Craig L C mining 

Cresswell G mining 

Cresswell H mining 

Curnow J mining 

Curnow T C mining 

Curnow T H mining 

Curran M J shift boss 

Cutler M F marine supt S S Quadra 

Darg D laborer 

Davidson T mining 

Denham Rev J Presbyterian minister 

Dick R W clerk 

Difadio B mining 

Dixon E motorman 

Dobie T electrician 

Donohue E J tel opr and P M 

Donohue W watchman 

Dufrasne J electrician 

Dunn T barber 

Durfee H sampler 

Ekstrom C mining 

Ellich J mining 

Elliott T laborer boss 

Erickson E mining 

Erickson O A hydro operator 

Etherington L blacksmith 

Ferguson G J laborer 

Ferguson J D mining 

Ferguson S C mining 

Field W mining 

Fiorante F mining 

Fisher G laborer 

Fitzgerald H G laborer 

Fraser H W laborer 

French W laborer 

Furberg J woodsman 

Furberg T clerk 

Gilbo J woodsman 

Glennie A blacksmith 

Gogan E laborer 

Goggin V woodsman 

Granberg A carriageman 

Granlund A laborer boss 

Grant H laborer 

Grant J laborer 

Hagberg P mining 

Hag'bloom F mining 

Hamilton J B electrical foreman 

Hanrahan J woodsman 

Hansen A mining 

Hanson J mining 

Hanson T mining 



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Harries J mining 
Hawkf W T mining 
Hedley J trackman 
Helmgren O laborer 
Hinson C machinist 
Hogrberg G S carpenter 
^ood F laborer 
Hope A carpenter 
Hughes A mill foreman 
Hume D machinist 
Hunter A rodman 
Hunter W mining 
Inch F laborer 
Johnson Albert mining 
Johnson Albin mining 
Johnson C G mining 
Johnson G E cfirpenter 
Jones H shift boss 
Jones J woodsman 
Kearlev W laborer 
Kendall R W laborer 
Kennedy J mining 
Kerr J laborer 
Kilmartin T laborer 
King Bert laborer boss 
King W laborer 
Kinninmont G laborer 
Klaar K mining 
Knudsen G H laborer 
Knutson C mining 
Koski J mining 
Kvestad G mining 
Kyle W laborer 
Larson E laborer 
Larson L laborer 
Lavery J mining 
Lnerpabel W H engineer 
Lofstedt C E mining 
Lougheed M F brakeman 
Lougheed "W J woodsman 
Lowther A blacksmith 
Lusier F laborer 
McAllister C mining 

McCall J bricklayer 

McCulla mine foreman 

MacDonald A R laborer 

McDonald J N carpenter 

Macdonald X laborer 
, McDonald R laborer 

McDoimell A D woodsman foreman 

Macdougall D mining 

McDowell F L mining 

McEwen R mining 

Mclnnis H K mining 

Mcintosh A mining 
"Mclsaac J A mining 

McKenzie A D hydro operator 

McKnight R chief electrician 

McLaughlin D hydro operator 

McLean A carpenter 

McLean H waiter 

Macleod D laborer 

Macleod J M laborer 

McLeod N hydro operator 

McLeod R L laborer 

McLeod R J donkey engineer 

McMillan M laborer 

McNeill D . blacksmith 

McXeill J laborer 

McPherson A W motorman 

McVicar J H mining 

Madore A waiter 

Madore J H steel sharpener 

Madson J laborer 

Mahoney R laborer 

Mallon M laborer 

Marshall H T laborer 

Massender G W motorman 

Matheson W A sec treas 

Mathieson A store mgr 

Mattson C mining 

Menzies A M doctor 

Merry J mining 

Metcalfe A L clerk 

Miller M laborer 

Mills W F woodsman 

Monstad J watchman 



Moore J I superintendent 

Munchow T laborer 

Murphy P laborer 

Nairn G laborer 

Neilan N J laborer 

Nelson Adolph carpenter 

Nelson Arthur carpenter 

Nelson C electrician helper 

Newlands G "W plumber 

Newton C mining 

Ney M K warehouseman 

Nicholson A laborer 

Nicholson N watchman 

Nicol J woodsman 

O'Connor D blacksmith foreman 

Olson G contractor 

Olson S mining 

Ostlund G mining 

Patenaude F mining 

Patenaude X mining 

Patrequin H F woodsman 

Patterson E tel operator 

Patterson H carpenter foreman 

Perkins S mining 

Perry C P clerk 

Perssen S laborer 

Peterson Geo transportation foreman 

Peterson Gus mining 

Peterson J laborer 

Peterson O laborer 

Phillips C E laborer 

Plecas R mining 

Plecas R G mining 

Potkoyak N mining 

Purdon W mining 

Fladovich J mining 

Reed O D barber 

Richards W D electrician 
Richardson H timekeeper 
Rickard F blacksmith 

Rickelton "W plumber 

Rinberg J mining 

Roach G B clerk 

Roach T laborer 

Roberto S mining 

Rowell H J woodsman 

Rundberg C mining 

Russell A laborer 

St Laurent W sawyer 

Sanders F G laborer 

Savard A machinist 

Sawyer D electrician helper 

Schumucker "W miner 

Scott N laborer 

Scoullar R B store acct 

Shanton A mining 

Sharp M K nurse 

Siggers W G laborer 

Simmons W mining 

Sinclair D S hoistman 

Sinclair R laborer 

Smith D M turbo operator 

Smith F H accountant 

Soutar J mining 

Stare J mining 

Stevens C machinist 

Stewart A C clerk 

Swan H turbo operator 

Swan R laborer 

Swanson G tel operator 

Swanson O B mining 

Sweeney J laborer 

Tatlow C laborer 

Thoenen M nurse 

Thompson S laborer boss 

Thompson W laborer 

Tiffin R machinist 

Tritton W G laborer 

Tucker "W mining 

Turtle J laborer 

Tutten F C mining 

Udeen E carpenter 

Udeen H carpenter 

Vine R C mining 

Vine "W H mining 

Walker J laborer 




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Walker Rich laborer 

Walker Robt laborer 

Watson R D mining 

Welsh W J mining 

Wheeler R A engineer 

Wilkes S C mining 

Wilkinson R electrician helper 

Williams A mining 

Wilson A hoistman 

Britannia Creek, 7 miles long, runs 
into east side of Howe Sound 31 
miles north of Vancouver. 

BRITANNIA MINES 

See names under Britannia Beach. 

BRITCOLA 

a sub post office and station on the 
B. C. B. Ry., 4 miles southeast of 
Vancouver. See names under Van- 
couver. 

BRITISH-AMERICAN 

a salmon cannery near Port Essing- 
ton. Population 290, including 40 
Chinese, 130 Japanese and 55 In- 
dians. See names under Port Essing- 
ton. 

BRITISH-AMERICAN CAMP 

a logging camp reached by Union 
S. S. Co.'s boats between Vancouver 
and Prince Rupert. 

BRITON RIVER 

a logging camp on the Jervis Inlet 
water route of the Union S. S. Co. 
Egmont, 15 miles distant, is nearest 
post office. 

BROADWATER 

a post office and farming settlement 
24 miles north of West Robson, on 
the east side of Lower Arrow Lake, 
in Slocan Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, reached by CP.R. lake steam- 
ers between Arowhead and West 
Robson. Dominoin Government long 
distance telephone and telegraph of- 
fice. Nelson, 30 miles east, is the 
nearest banking and business centre. 
Farming. Land valued from $10 up. 
Population 10. 
Ulingworth Geo N mixed farming 

fruit growing and stock 
Mackereth Arthur postmaster 
Silsby J farming 
Tawes J farmer 
Wilson S farmer 

Broadwood Mountain, 7,160 feet, $ 
miles east of Elko. 

Brockston Island, in Quatsino 
Sound, Vancouver Island, 8 miles 
west of Quatsino post office. 

Brockton Point, the extreme east- 
ern point of Stanley Park, Vancouver. 

BRODIE 

a station on the Kettle Valley Ry., 
4 miles west of Brookmere, the post 
office, in Greenwood Prov. Elec. Dist. 
Local resources: Timber, mining 
prospects and stock raising. 
Hickey J ranching 
Patton John section foreman 

Broken Channel, 1 miles southwest 
of Clayoquot, west coast of Van- 
couver Island. Lighthouse on east 
side of channel. 



Broken Group, a large number of 
small islands in entrance to Barclay 
Soun-.l, Vancouver Island. 

Broken Island, in Desolation Sound, 
south of Redonda Island. 

BROMLEY 

a flag station on the G. N. R., 12 
miles northwest of Hedley, in Simil- 
kameen Provincial Electoral District. 
No agent or local residents. Hedley 
is the nearest post office. 

BRONSONS 

a landing on the Fraser River, reach- 
ed by motor boat '"Fort Langley" 
from New Westminster. 

Bioiiytrom Lake, 2 miles long, on 
Chimney Creek, 11 miles southwest 
of 150-mile Bouse. 

BROOKMERE 

a post office and station on the K. V. 
Ry., at junction of Great Northern 
Ry., midway between Hope and 
Princeton, in Yale Provincial Elec- 
toral District. Has CP.R. telegraph 
office and school. Local resources: 
Lumbering, sawmill, railway repair 
shop, ranching and logging, excellent 
scenery and ideal climate. 
Brookmere Hotel Henry Perrett mgr 
Cameron Peter emp KVR 
Campbell A conductor KVR 
Carr W G brakeman KVR 
Chapman Florence M PM 
Chapman John S farming 
Chapman W R S farming 
Filgate J H laborer sawmill 
Gallo M sec foreman (Thalia) 
Ground Harold A car repairer 
Hamilton J H eng KVR 
Harvey Thos W opr KVR 
Holden John E farming 
Hutton Edw G farming 
Johnson Simon engineer 
Johnston Hugh brakeman 
Jones H H resident 
Louden Robt A brakeman KVR 
Mclvor A laborer sawmill 
Madden John postmaster 
Martin Geo foreman 
Nicola Pine Mills Ltd W P Wolfe. 

supt (office Merritt B C) 
Oulton Fredk B laborer 
Percival Wm H conductor KVR 
Perrett Henry mgr Brookmere Hotel 

and general store 
Presley Frank station agt KVR 
Roberts A B dairying 
Sutherland J watchman KVR 
Wolfe W P sawmill supt 

BROOKS BAY 

in the Alberni District northwest of 
Vancouver Island, reached by water 
route, 101 miles from Alberni. 

BROOKSWOOD 

a settlement 1^ miles south of Hun- 
ter, on the B. C. E. Ry., Fraser Val- 
ley line. Langley Prairie is the post 
office. 

Arnott Archd S S employee 
Brewer Henry ranching 
Browne H H ranching 
Browning Arthur E mechanic 
Bruce John P chicken ranching 
Bruce John P jr wood sawyer 
Crank Jas fruit growing 
Enion Jonathan J postal clerk 
Forster Jas A engineer 
Hockey Thos H engineer 



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Johnson August general store 
Oswald John T ranching 
Oswald Ralph sawmill emp 
Oswald Robt sawmill emp 
X eterson Martin ranching 
Robinson John S sawmill hand 
Robinson Susie E bank clerk 
Spetch Sydney fruit ranching 
Stacey Harry longshoreman 
Stevens Adrian R fruit growing 
Tanabe F fruit ranching 
Thiels Paul camp cook 

Brotchy Ledge, a rock near the en- 
trance to Victoria Harbor, lying 
southwest of Beacon Hill Park. 

Brother Islands, two small islands 
200 yards south of Esquimalt, Van- 
couver Island. 

Broughton Island, 18 miles in 
length, lies at the south end of 
Queen Charlotte Sound, 16 miles 
north of Alert Bay and 220 miles 
northwest of Vancouver. It lies 

southeast of lat. 51, long. 127. 

Broughton Strait, between the 
northeast coast of Vancouver Island 
ard Malcolm Island. 

BROUSE 

a ranching settlement 2% miles from 
Xakusp, in Revelstoke Prov. Elec- 
District , on C.P.R., Xakusp division. 
Xo agent. Local telephones. Pres- 
byterian church. Population 55. Lo- 
cal resources: Fruit growing, wood 
and posts. Land values average ?30 
per acre. Address mail via Xakusp. 

Alton H farming 

Baird R H farming and fruit 

Campe Chas lumberman 

Campe Fred lumberman 

Carver Edmund C ranching 

Cloon W F ranching 

Cook G poultry and fruit 

Ehl Chas farming and fruit 

File S J farming 

Hamling Chris farming 

Hankee Augustus farming 

Harlow S farming 

Hascar Louis fruit growing 

Henke J farming 

Homelightener Anthony farming 

Jansen K farming 

Jenks Fredk ranching 

Marsden John steam engineer 

Olsen A farming 

Painton George R millworker 

Quayes John E farming 

Rogers W R farming 

Rushton Thos dairying and fruit 

Ryden J farming 

Shaw Malcolm lumberman 

Taylor Wm E grain growing 

Thew J E farming 

Urry E A bee keeping 

"Waterfield Wm F ranching 

Wensley Fred farming 

Wensley John farming 

White W farming 

Wright Fred farming 

Wyrill Fred fruit growing 

Brown Creek, 4 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Lardo Creek. 

Brownie Creek, 4 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Fording River. 

Browning Creek, an arm of For- 
ward Inlet, Quatsino Sound, Vancou- 
ver Island. 

Browning Entrance, lies north of 
Banks Isiand and west of Pitt Island. 
Skeena District. 

Browning Island, at entrance to 
Blundell Harbor. 



Browning Pass, between the south- 
east of Xorth Galino Island and Bal- 
aklava Island. 

Browning Passage, on west coast 
of Vancouver Island, leading to To- 
fino Inlet, and 3 miles southeast of 
Clayoquot. 

Brown Mountain, 5,800 feet, 20 
miles south of Stewart. 

Brown Passage, south of Dundas 
Island, 20 miles west of Prince Ru- 
pert. 

Brown's Creek, 7 miles long, runs 
into north fork of Kettle River. 

Brown's River, 5 miles long, a 
tributary of Puntledge River, Comox 
District. 

BROWNSVILLE 

See South Westminster. 

BRUGES 

in the Comox District. See under 
Stuart Island for names. 

BRUCE'S LANDING 

on Okanagan Lake, 8 miles south of 
Okanagan Landing. A boat landing 
and summer camping ground. 

Brunette River, 3\i miles long, 
runs from Burnaby Lake into Fraser 
River 1 mile east of Xew West- 
minster. 

BRUNSWICK 

a salmon cannery on Rivers Inlet, 10 
miles from Rivers Inlet, the post 
office, reached by CP.R. and Union 
S.S. Co.'s boats. 
Bicknell R J bookkeeper 
Brunswick Cannery B C Fish & Pack 

Co 410 Seymour St Vancouver 

owners salmon canners and gen 

store 
Imrig Frank manager 
Kobayashi K & Bros boat and float 

works 

BRUNSWICK 

a salmon cannery on the Fraser Ri- 
ver, owned by B. C. Packers Asso- 
ciation, 517 Granville, Vancouver. 

BRUNSWICK BEACH 

a settlement on the east side of 
Howe Sound, opposite south end of 
Gambler Island. 

Brunswick Moxmtain, 6,265 feet, on 
the east side of Howe Sound, oppo- 
site Anvil Island. 

Bryce Mountain, 13,000 feet, on Al- 
berta boundary, north of Beaver- 
mouth. 

BRYDON'S RANCH 

a Dominion Government Telephone 
office and farming settlement about 
So miles from Shuswap. Address 
mail via Paxton Valley post office. 
Bicase Henry farming 
Blana Jos farming 
Brydon L C ranching and tel agent 
Pement D R farming 
Thornton J B farming 

BRYNMARL 

a post office and mail post on E. 
& N. Ry., 16 miles northwest of Xa- 
naimo, in Alberni Provincial Elec- 
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noose and 8 south of Parksville. Has 
church and school. Farming, dairy- 
ing, powdermaking, lumbering and 
fishing. Population 70. 
Carter H farming 
Carter Robert farming 
Claudet Frederick G farming 
Collpitts Wm logger 
Cross Frederick farming 
Giant Powder Co powder mfrs 
Harvey Julia farming 
Marks Ernest farming 
Nuttall F farming 
Page H W A farming 
Puzey H M farming 
Roberts D mixed farming 
Roberts James farming 
Roberts Wm postmaster 
Sanders Wm H farming 
Stuart John farming 
Wall Alfred farming 
Wall John farming 
Webster Glenmore farming 

BUCCANEER BAY 

on water route of the Union S. S. 
Co., 42 miles north of Vancouver. 
Steamers daily during summer and 
twice weekly in winter. Address 
Buccaneer Bay or Oaks Point via 
Union S. S. Co. Has telephone of- 
fice. Excellent summer camping re- 
sort. Permanent population 4. 
Biddle J caretaker Oaks Pt Camp 

and opr B C Tel Co 
Blair W T resident 
Burnett Dr W B physician 
Fulton Louie ranching 
Grace Wm caretaker 
Grant Alex J P Welcome Pass 
Starritt Walter 

Buccleugh Point, on north side of 
the entrance to Seymour Inlet. 

Buchanan Creek, 10 miles long, 
runs into north fork of Kettle River. 

Buck Creek, 5 miles long, runs into 
Brooks Bay, on northwest of Van- 
couver Island. 

BUCKLEY BAY 

a post office and company town on 
Masset Inlet, Graham Island, Queen 
Charlotte Islands, in Prince Rupert 
Provincial Electoral District, oper- 
ated by Masset Timber Co. Has wire- 
less station and public school. 
Marlatt R H postmaster 

Bucklin Creek, 4 miles long, a tri- 
butary of Upper Pitt River. 

Buckskin Creek, 10 miles long, 
runs into Praser River 5 miles south 
of Soda Creek. 

BUENA VISTA 

reached from New Westminster via 
Sapperton, IVz miles. 
Butchart David postmaster 

Buffalo Creek, 15 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Mud River, Peace River Dis- 
trict. 

Bugaboo Creek, 20 miles long, runs 
into Columbia River, 2 miles north- 
west of Galena. 

Bugaboo Creek, 5 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Gordon River, Vancouver Isld. 

BULKLEY CANYON 

a flag station on the G. T. P., 7 
miles east of New Hazleton, in Omi- 
neca Provincial Electoral District. 
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Bulkley River, 130 miles long, 
rises in the district south of Babine 
Lake and flows northwest, joining 
the Skeena River at Hazelton. 

Bull Arden Creek, 4 miles long, 
runs into Eraser River, 5 miles north 
of Lytton. 

Buller Point, in the north of Wad- 
dington Channel, Redonda Island. 

Bullett Creek, 13 miles long, runs 
into Fraser River 17 miles north of 
Lytton. 

Bull Harbour, on the south of 
Hope Island. 

BULLION 

a mining camp, 3 miles south of 
Quesnel Forks in the south of the 
Cariboo district. 

BULL RIVER 

a post office and station on Koot- 
enay Central branch of C.P.R., and 
on the Bull River, in Fernie Pro- 
vincial Electoral District and Koot- 
enay Land Registry District, C.P.R. 
telegraph and Kootenay telephone. 
Good auto roads to adjoining towns. 
Public school. Office of police con- 
stable. Farming, mining, lumber- 
ing, cattle raising, hunting and fish- 
ing. Population 500. 

Alexander J H fireman 

B C & Alberta Power Co Mr Apple- 
yard mgr 

Bevis E emp CPR Tie Co 

Bevis H emp CPR Tie Co 

Bodkin Cornelius J timekeeper 

Bull River Garage Jostad & Nelson 
props 

Burlingham Ray saw filer 

Bylander Edw emp CPR Tie Co 

Caldwell A F mining 

Callahan A A logging contractor 

Carlson Tera nurse Tourist Hotel 

Cassidy Thos millwright and J P 

Christie Harvey med doctor and cor- 
oner 

Cockshutt Geo emp CPR Tie Co and 
sec Community Club 

Cockshutt Harry emp CPR Tie Co 

CPR Tie & Timber Co E Home mgr 

Custer Geo sawyer 

Davidson Thos CPR agt 

Davis R emp CPR Tie Co 

Decker Leon mech Schads Garage 

Derby Alex elk B Markle 

Douglas Fred mixed farming 

Douglas James farming and stock 

Douglas Wm farming and stock 

Dunlop Bros ranching 

England James logging contractor 

Fenwick Mr farming 

Ferguson Bert elec 

Flodin John emp CPR Tie Co 

Freeman C E farming 

Garbutt & Allen farming and stock 

Hall Garnet emp CPR Tie Co 

Hallman Fred blacksmith 

Heard Herbt emp CPR Tie & T Co 

Home Edgar mgr CPR Tie & T Co 

Jones Wm farming 

Jostad Oscar of Bull River Garage 

Karlson John contractor 

Langridge Chas emp CPR Tie Co 

Lee Hong restaurant 

Lindberg .Walter soft drinks and 
rooms 

Luck Benjamin sec Bull River Brdg 
school board and storekeeper CPR 

Lundberg Edward 

Mah Noon laundry 

Markle Brock gen store and P M 

Marsden W J engineer 

Martin C H prov constable 

McCarthy G Tourist Hotel 



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McCarthy Mrs H prop Tourist Hotel 

McGraw Patrick supt of logging 

McMahon Arthur contractor 

Millar John watchman 

Morris Pete clerk Tourist Hotel 

Morrison W emp CPR Tie Co 

Morrison W D emp CPR Tie Co 

Motley L. frmn B C & Alta Pwr Co 

Muir John eng CPR Tie Co 

Mulr Wm fireman 

Murdock L S supt CPR Tie & T Co 

Neely A S 

Neely Geo farming 

Negard Geo restaurant and rooms 

Nelson Chas of Bull River Garage 

Nelson Eric emp CPR Tie Co 

Niely A C shoe repairer 

Pratt Geo planerman 

Rebel A O mining 

Renwick Leonard poultryman 

Ripley G W edgerman 

Ruffle Jones A yard foreman 

Rutledge Florence school teacher 

Sanborn A S paymaster B C & Alta 

Power Co 
Schad Wm garage stage and livery 
Session G E elec 
Setter Bert emp CPR Tie Co 
Setter Ralph emp CPR Tie Co 
Shields Margaret school principal 
Thrasher Geo B pool room 
Took Hong restaurant and rooms 

TOTTKIST HOTEXi 

Mrs. Helen McCarthy, Prop. 

Vigers James emp CPR Tie Co 
Vigers Wm emp CPR Tie Co 
Wardrobe J fireman CPR Tie Co 
Warren Robt 
White Harold land surveyor 

Bullock Point, the northern ex- 
tremity of Cortes Island. 

Bull Passage, between the south of 
Texada Island and Lasquetti Island. 

Bull River, 26 miles long, runs in- 
to Kootenay River, 4 miles north of 
Wardner. 

BULMAN'S 

a ranch and Dominion Government 
Telegraph office, 17 miles from 
Kamloops and 9 from Stump Lake, 
the post office. 
Bulman Joe rancher and tel agt 

Bulson Creek, 9 miles long, runs 
into Warn Bay, off Clayoquot Sound, 
Vancouver Island. 

Bunsby Islands, a group of islands 
off the northeast coast of Vancouver 
Island, 16 miles north of Clayoquot. 

BUNTINGS 

a Dominion Government telegraph of- 
fice, 14 miles from Kamloops, the 
business centre. HufEley Creek is 
the post office. 
Bunting T agt Dom Govt Tel 

BUNTZEN LAKE 

See Lake Buntzen. 

BURBIDGE 

a station on the C.N.R. Patricia Bay 
line, on Vancouver Island, in Saan- 
ich Provincial Electoral District, 7 
miles north of Victoria. Local re- 
sources: Strawberry growing, fruits, 
and dairying. Keating is the post 
office. 

Ferguson J printer 

Ginkinson C fruit and mixed farming 
Hudson Bay Stores 
Johnston E P fruit and mixed 



Nott Robt J gardener and plumber 
Winters J W farming 

Burdwood Bay, on the southeast 
coast of Read Island. 

Burdwood Islands at entrance to 
Tribune Channel, 2 miles northwest 
of Gilford Island. 

Burgess Mountain, 4 miles north- 
west of Field. 

Burgess Passage, in Cameleon Har- 
bor, on northeast of Valdes Island. 

BURGOYNE 

a landing point on west side of Salt 
Spring Island, Fulford Harbour, 
Gulf Islands, 3 miles from Sidney, in 
the Islands Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, reached by C. P. R. Victoria- 
Ganges water route. See names un- 
der South Salt Spring, the post of- 
fice. 

Burke Channel, between King Isld. 
and the mainland, 12 miles west of 
Bella Coola. 

BURLEY BAY 

a logging camp, south of Hopetown 
Pass, on the Johnstone Straits- 
Kingcombe Inlet route of the Union 
S. S. Co. from Vancouver. Address 
Carriden Bay post office. 
O'Brien D J logging 
Taniguehi K logging 

BURNABY 

See names under Burnaby Lake. 

Burnaby Island, 10 miles long, in 
the Queen Charlotte group, lying east 
of Moresby Island. 

BURNABY LAKE 

a P.O. and suburban residential dis- 
trict on the B. C. Elec. Ry. and the 
G.N.R., bordering on Burnaby Lake, 
4 miles northwest of New West- 
minster and 4 northeast of Central 
Park, in Burnaby Municipality, in 
South Vancouver Provincial Elec- 
toral District. Has telephone office. 
Anderson James poultry raising 
Angus H A farming 
Bamber W C electrician 
Blomberg A S nurseryman 
Bonallo Gordon nurseryman 
Boucher R B poultry fruit 
Broom Geo bees and fruit 
Clark J G farming 
Cowan Walter S farming 
Cross Frank J fruit growing 
Cummings F dairying 
Dunnell F poultry fruit 
Dyck J mixed farming 
Edgar Robt real estate 
Gavin Francis J candy mfr 
George Andrew real estate 
Gourlay Wm farming 
Haddon Geo sec Vancouver General 

Hospital 
Herolz Herman J poultry raising 
Hespeler A E retired 
Hill Bernard R retired 
Hill L Claude bee keeping 
Hill M G bee keeping 
Jamieson J Stuart lawyer 
Keen Henry J nurseryman 
Lamb H Mortimer small fruits 
Langford J W poultry 
Livingstone John nurseryman 
McAnineck Hugh fruit growing 
Mcintosh J W physician 
Macey Frank architect 
Masters George H clerk 



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Mawhinney W A fruit poultry 

Maters W J retired 

Matthews Herbert grocer 

Moore Montague fruit growing 

Norman W E farming 

Peel Gerald C bookkeeper 

Peel Lawrence W 

Peers Francis J poultry raising 

Pontifex Robt 

Rowe Arthur B E fruit growing 

Sleath & Weller nursery 

Smith Sydney poultry raising 

Sprott Chas P ranching poultry 

Stevens M mixed farming 

Tester H retired farmer 

Thoreau P W plumber 

Townley Evelyn R 

Travers Robt D real estate 

United Farmers of B C Richd Wat- 
son sec 

Watson Richd sec United Farmers 
of B C 

Wilson Harry bee keeping 

Wood H dentist 

Woodward Harriet teacher 

Woodward Maude S postmistress 

BURNABY MUNICIPALITY 

Area, 22,400 acres. Pop. 13,000. 

Reeve — Alexander K. McLean, Ed- 
monds. 

Clerk — A. G. Moore, Edmonds. 

Councillors — J. H. Young, Ward 1; 
F. J. Gavin, Ward 2; C. Rummel, 
Ward 3; R. M. Edgar, Ward 4; A. 

MacDonald, Ward 5; F. J. Russel, 
Ward 6. 

School Board: 

Chairman — Geo. A. Grant. 
Trustees — Wm. George, J. P. Dick- 
son, Hiram W. Swann and Fish- 
er. 

BURNETT'S 

a logging camp on MacKenzie Sound 

217 miles from "Vancouver, reached 

by Union S. S. Co.'s boat to Carriden 

Bay. 

Burnett A E logging contractor 

Burnett J logging foreman 

Card J hand logger 

Connell D hand logger 

Snow R B timekeeper 

Burnette Creek, 4 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Salmon River, W. Kootenay. 

BURNS LAKE 

a post office and station on the G. T. 
P. Ry., and Burns Lake, in Omineca 
Provincial Electoral District. P. R. 
Land Reg. Dist. (Prince Rupert) and 
Cariboo County (Prince George). 
Has G. T. P. and Government tele- 
graph offices. Catholic and Anglican 
churches and school. The gateway to 
and outfitting point for Babine. Po- 
pulation 250. Local resources: Farm- 
ing, stock raising and mining. Land 
for pre-emption. Trappers operate 
from here and the fur trade is a big 
industry. 

ASIiIN, FBBD. 

Dry Goods, Men's and I^adles' Pur- 
nislungfs, Boots, Shoes, Groceries 
and Hardware. 

Bartlett A G elk Fred Aslin 
Beckstead (P L) & Kerr (Bruce) auto 

repairs 
Blench J stock raising 
Blom August farming 



Blotchford Norman driver Burns 

Lake Auto Transfer 
Brown Andrew R mixed farming 
Brown A of Evanson & Brown 

BUSNS IiAKB AUTO TBANSFBB 
I. G. Short, Proprietor. Anto Gar- 
agfe, Auto Iiivery and Accessories. 
Mail Stage to Ootsa TUalsie, Prelght 
and Transportation Agents. Anto 
Dealers. 

Carl Bros farming 
Carlson Chas mixed farming 
Carlson Victor farming 
Christensen Melvin elk Roval Bank 
Dittmer (C C) & Robb (G B) hard- 
ware farm impts and furniture 
Clark Jas mixed farming 
Dittmers C C of Dittmer & Robb 
Dom Govt Tel H D MacNeil agent 
Evans & Brown bldg contractors 
Evanson Ole of Evanson & Brown 
Gabel Geo mixed farming 
Gowan & Sons farming 
G T P Station Patrick V Tallon agt 
Gulin Victor mixed farming 
Harrison Miles mixed farming 
Henderson Miles mgr Royal Bank 
Imeson C E & Co C E Imeson mgr 

general store 
Jensen Taylor farming 
Jewel Henry J sec foreman 
Karki Andrew farming 
Kerr Bruce of Beckstead & Kerr 
Kissoch A B barber 

I.AKBVIBW HOTBI. 

J. Yohn, Proprietor. Booms, Bil- 
liards. 

Lewis Frank farmer 
Lister Wm farming 
Lowftin W W confectionery 
McDonald Daniel mixed farming 
McKenna Jas M conf and PM 
McLean Alex mixed farming 
MacNeil H D agent Dom Govt Tel 
McPhail Hugh farming 
Marsh John mixed fai-ming 
Mitchell J C farming 

MTri.VANBV, I.VSTEB 

Beal B state, Panu Ijands, Insur- 
ance and Notary. 

Newman W E stock raising 

Nourse M P real estate farm implts 

O'Hara R C farming 

OMINBCA HOTBi; 

A. M. Buddy, Manager. Commer- 
cial and Tourists' Headquarters. 

Orr John farming 

Person Carl F farming 

Piche Henry farmer 

Putnam O L teller Royal Bank 

Robb G B of Dittmer & Robb 

Royal Bank of Canada M Henderson 

manager 
Ruddy A M prop Omineca Hotel 
Saulonson Fred farming 
Saunders Alex farming 
Schjederun Wilhelm B C land surv 
Shaw Ira transfer 
Short I G prop Burns Lake Auto 

Transfer 
Smith F F farming 
Stayner Fred carpenter 
Stearns E P restaurant 
Stearns R G mixed farming 
Tallon Patk V sta agt GTP 
Thunder Patk mixed farming 
Twadell B K shoe repr 
Van Norman John farming 
Veen Mr farming 



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Williams P farming 
Wilson Allan meat market 
Wood G S drugs and stationery 
Woodruff C elk C E Imeson & Co 
Yohn J prop Lakeview Hotel 

Burns Lake, 12 miles long, 42 
miles northwest of Fort Fraser. 

Burnt Creek, 4 miles long, tribu- 
tary of north fork of Salmon River, 
West Kootenay. 

BURNT CREEK 

_ ranch in Atlin District, 9 miles 
north of Atlin, the post office. 
Hall David L. ranching 

BURNT FLAT 

a settlement 9 mile's south of Salmo, 
in Trail Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, on Burnt Creek, which is 4 
miles long, and tributary of North 
Fork of Salmon River. Address mail 
via Salmo post office. 
Feeney Bernard ranching 
Feeney John ranching 
Talbot Francis W surveyor 
Talbot Wm A surveyor 

Burnt Point, on the east of Han- 
son Island. 

Burntwood Creek, 15 miles long, 
runs into Fraser River, 10 miles 
south of Fort George. 

BURQUITLAM 

a post office, farming and residential 
district comprising part of the Muni- 
nicipalities of Burnaby and Coquit- 
1am. Ideally situated for fruit anl 
poultry raising, lying between New 
Westminster and Port Moody in the 
Dewdney and Richmond Provincial 
Electoral Districts. Has an excellent 
golf course. It is served by jitney 
stage from Xew Westminster, the 
business centre. 
Alcola A mill hand 
Alderson Geo mixed farming 
Alcock W G retired 
Alcola C ranching 
Alderson G ranching 
Allen A poultry 
Alsbury J W ranching 
Atkins R J C farming 
Avres Frank farming 
Baker H B mixed farming 
Baker Marjorie nurse 
Bell G laborer 

Bettington J H ranching 

Birch A clerk 
Bon B musician 

Brooks G packer 

Brown E J ranching 

Brownlee T farming 

Bunting F clerk 

Caddy H ranching 

Cameron W A lineman 

Can^pbell W gen store and PM 

Chambers Jas farming 

Clarke J F mixed farming 

Cockerill F carpenter 

Collin F W poultry 

Coquitlam Farmers Inst and Bur- 
quitlam Agr Ass F Hart sec 

Corbett J teamster 

Cote C 

Cross C R clerk 

Crowl A M mixed farming 

Cunow H poultry fruit 

Dansey G R ranching 

Day W A carpenter 



Dedwith J V farming 

Dennett J ranching 

Dunlop J farming 

Eden Fred farming 

Edgar G S engineer 

Fitzpatrick H O poultryman 

Frost J R teamster 

Gagnee A M mill hand 

Gain B H teamster 

Gandet L fruit 

Gilligan John mixed farming 

Gunn R fruit poultry 

Hailey E ranching 

Haliburton A clerk 

Hamilton G bee keeping 

Hart F clerk 

Hazleton J poultry 

Herman L gardener 

Holme Mrs A farming 

Holme A carpenter 

Holroyd H ranching 

Houghton J E ranching 

Huish Jas prof instr G & C Club 

Hutchinson J ranching 

Irwin Mrs mixed farming 
Jacobsan H brewer 

Jackson J poultry 

Jones E A gardener 
Kennedy & Lockley poultrj' 
Kenrsley E J 

Kingsnorth A small fruit 

Lum King dairj-man 

Mcintosh J mixed farming 

McKee J H fruit 

McKie W J fruit poultry 

McPhail A gen store 

McVickers Ltd mfrs cedar shingles 

Martin-Ewen ship builder 

Montgomery W poultry 

Morrison Geo farming 

Morrison Robt fruit poultry 

Morrow A poultry 

Xeelands "W^ H farming 

Newman Robt clerk 

Nilans Mrs mixed farming 

Orre L H poultry 

Oxtoby A mixed farming 

Page P mixed farming 

Parker W H A clerk 

Percy E C A farming 

Plaskett Rev Frank Ang clergj-man 

Pollard H nurseryman 

Porrier L mill hand 

Porter M mixed farming 

Quodling B farming 

Reade Geo J mixed farming 

Reynolds W H farming 

Roberts A M mechanic 

Robinson T ranching 

Rodgers D G poultry 

Sands H ranching 

Sawyer H W mill hand 

Scott J farming 

Searle W gardener 

Shaw A J carpenter 

Shaw M mill hand 

Sheppard G laborer 

Sheppard H laborer 

Sinnett Mrs farming 

Smallwood Mrs farming 

Smith Samuel mixed farming 

Southern H ranching 

Spackman E insurance 

Spackman H gardener 

Stickney R canneryman 

Tassie Robt mixed farming 

Telford J M farming 

Thompson H F farming 

United Farmers of B C H C Dale 
secretary 

Usher F farming 

"Vancouver Golf & Country Club W 

"Walker "Wm poultry fruit 
Watts F G elk 
Webb C bee keeping 
Weeland W H fruit poultry 




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Whiting A contractor and farming 
Whiting John nurseries 
Whiting Wallace gardener 
Wilson Tom gardener 
Wilson Wm poultry 
Wiltshire E M farming 
Worthington Mrs mixed farming 
AVright J R mixed farming 

BURRARD 

a flag station on G. N. R., 5 miles 
southeast of Vancouver. 

BURRARD 

a steamer landing on the south side 
of Burrard Inlet, 4 miles east of Van- 
couver. 

BURRARD INLET 

a travelling post office on steamer 
of the Harbour Shipping Co., cover- 
ing points between Vancouver and 
Indian River, on Burrard Inlet and 
North Arm. 
Stalker J D postmaster 

BURRVILLA 

a landing point on the Fraser River, 
reached by local steamers from Van- 
couver and New Westminster, the 
post office, to Ladner and Steveston. 
It is noted for its oats, hay, wheat 
and potatoes. Black currants, red 
currantsi strawberries, raspberries, 
gooseberries and loganberries flour- 
ish abundantly. In fact, it Is the 
home of the loganberry. Dairying 
is carried on extensively and there 
are quite a few really good herds in 
this location. Land values average 
$250 to $400 per acre. 
Beagle Frank farming 
Bell Ed farming 
Boyce Bros fruit farming 
Burr A E farming 
Burr E B 

Burr Harry farming 
Hopcott Fred farming 
Hopcott Jos farming 
Hume T farming 
Levitt Fred farming 
McDonald Alex farming 
Mitchell Harry farming 
Mitchell N farming 

BURTON 

a post office and village at mouth of 
Cariboo Creek, at beginning of Nar- 
rows of Columbia River, between 
Upper and Lower Arrow Lakes, Slo- 
can Provincial Electoral District, 23 
miles south of Nakusp. Is reached 
by daily C. P. R. lake steamers. Has 
Dominion Government Telephone of- 
fice, Presbyterian Church and 2 pub- 
lic schools. Population 250. Local 
resources: Fruit growing, ranching 
and mining. 

Allard Louis fruit growing 
Andres J ranching 
Bethune Mrs M fruit growing 
Bredy John dairy and fruit growing 
Burton Arthur A fruit growing 
Burton City Women's Inst Mrs J H 

Portes sec 
Burton Fiirmers Co-Operative Assn 

S Johnson mgr gen store 
Burton Hotel Mrs J Puller prop 
Caillot G farming 
Chiles E A fruit growing 
Claridge W J fruit growing 
Cookson J carpenter 
Davies Henry mixed farming 



Davies John carpenter and farming 
de Yeagar L farming 
Evans Percy ranching 
Evans Thos ranching 
Evans Wm carpenter farming 
Faulds Robert fruit ranching 
Foster Frank fruit grower 
Foster H E mgr Millie Mack Mine 
Fuller Mrs J prop Burton Hotel 
Gayford A E logging 
Gayford Thos fruit growing 
Giddings Walter fruit growing 
Green Ernest fruit ranching 
Green Harold fruit ranching 
Green Samuel fruit ranching 
Guidon Paul fruit ranching 
Hall Sam farming and fruit 
Hamilton Wm fruit ranching 
Hardy Clement fruit ranching 
Hardy Ernest farming and fruit 
Helmers John ranching 
Hendry Robt fruit ranching 
Hubert Elias dairying and fruit 
Jaggard G fruit growing 
Johnson Albert ranching 
Johnson S J mgr Burton Farmers 

Co-Op Assn 
Lawe Robt A fruit growing 
Lean Thos logger 
Ledgerwood A ranching 
Lluellen J laborer 
McCormack John dairying fruit 
Mante J farming 
Marcolli J fruit growing 
Marshall Clark mining 
Marshall John farming 
Millie Mack Mine gold silver lead 
H E Foster mgr hd office Wilmer 
Miller T dairy farming 
Mitchell O J farming 
Moseley Wm fruit ranching 
Mosatts A shoe repairer 
Porter Joe trapper 
Porter Lance fruit growing 
Porter X J J mixed farming 
Pryor Wm dairy farming 
Rappe T farming ' 

Rees A A farming 
Reveller Jas mgr Tillicum Mine 
Roberts H miner 
Robertson Baysil fruit growing 
Robson L mgr Tillicum Mine 
Robson W Hardy dairying 
Schafer Wm fruit grower 
Shales T fruit ranching 
Smillie Stewart bees fruit 
Stevens Mrs E PM and tel agt 
Stevens Robt gen store and logger 
Stones G W bee keeper 
Stones H W sec United Farmers of 

B C Assn 
Sundstrom H F ranching 
Sundstrom Oscar fruit ranching 
Tibi A miner 

Tillicum Mine J Reveller and L Rob- 
son mgrs 
United Farmers of B C Assn H W 

Stones sec 
Valayer Albert farming 
Vaurs Mrs teacher 
Voisin Louis fruit ranching 
Walker Samuel farming and JP 
Walton Geo logging 
Watt Clerk mining 
Watts Joseph fruit growing 
Wedinger J trapper and carpenter 
Yerex G laborer 

BURTON PRAIRIE 

in Mission Municipality, four miles 
north of Hatzic. 

Bush Creek, 16 miles long, flows 
into Columbia River, 20 miles north 
of Beavermouth. 

Bush Island, 3 miles southwest of 
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Bush Point, on the west of Redon- 
da Island. 

Butcher Creek, 30 miles long, runs 
into Fraser River, 30 miles north of 
Lillooet. 

BUTEDALE 

a post office, fishing, lumbering and 
mining settlement on Princess Royal 
Island, in the Prince Rupert Provin- 
cial Electoral District, reached by 
Union S. S. Co.'s boats, 12 miles 
from Swanson Bay, which is the 
nearest wireless telegraph station, 
and 96 miles south of Prince Rupert. 
Office of Sub-Collector of . Customs 
and outport of Prince Rupert. Po- 
pulation 150, mostly Japanese and 
Indians. Local resources: Fishing, 
lumbering and mining. 
Anderson F logger 
Butedale Cannery Western Packers 
Ltd owners W J Jefferson mgr sal- 
mon cannery fresh frozen and cur- 
ed fish cold storage gen store bait 
and ice depot. 
Corbett George mining prospector 
Diflfley Patrick logger 
Dillabough N cannery storekeeper 
Haldane Peter logger 
Northern Packers Ltd 
Robinson Solomon fishing 
Smyth Malcolm bkpr 
Usher P logger 

Bute Pass, between North Galiano 
Island and Vansittard Island, off the 
north coast of Vancouver Island. 

Buttles Lake, a large lake 20 miles 
long and 1 mile broad, right in the 
centre of Vancouver Island, 25 miles 
west of Cumberland. 

Buttles Mountain, 5 miles north- 
west of Cowichan Lake, Vancouver 
Island. 

Buxton Mountain, 3,430 feet, on 
Calvert Island. 

BYRNE ROAD 

near New Westminster on the B. C 
Electric Ry. 

Cabin Creek. 8 miles long, flows in- 
to Columbia River, 6 miles north of 
Golden. 

Cabin Creek, 5 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Howser Creek. 

CACHALOT 

a post office and whaling village on 
west coast of Vancouver Island, Al- 
berni Provincial Electoral District, 
reached by C.P.R. West Coast steam- 
ers from Victoria. 
Alunite Mining & Products Co Ltd 

miners of alunite quartzite and 

kaolin E K Terwillinger supt 
Balcom Capt H master mariner 
Gillmore Jas E sta agt and PM 
Roberts Saml sta foreman 
San Juan Mining Co Ltd John Baird 

mgr miners of lime fertilizer etc 

(office Victoria) 
Terwillinger Eugene H supt Alunite 

Mining & Products Co Ltd 



CACHE CREEK 

a post office and stock raising dis- 
trict, 7 miles north of Ashcroft, in 
Yale Provincial Electoral District, at 
mouth of Cache Creek, where it emp- 
ties into Bonaparte Creek. It is 
reached by stage on the Cariboo road 
from Ashcroft. Has Government 



telegraph station, public school, An- 
glican and Presbyterian churches. 
Population 50. Local resources: 
Cattle and sheep raising, potatoes 
and bean growing. 
Parke Philip cattle ranching 
Parke Thos H cattle ranchg and PM 
Reynolds Jas P ranching 
Trimble Gladys housekeeper 

Cache Creek, 5 miles long, on the 
north coast of Vancouver Island. 

CADBORO BAY 

suburb of Victoria. See names under 

Victoria. 

Hobbs F V postmaster 

Cadboro Point, on the southeast of 
Vancouver Island, 5 miles north east 
of Victoria. 

CADORNA 

now known as McConnel. Kitchener 
is the post office name. 

Cadwallader Creek, 20 miles long, 
runs into Bridge River, near its 
ource, 60 miles northwest of Lillooet 
Mining carried on in the district. 

CAESARS 

a steamer landing on the west side 
of Okanagan Lake, 12 miles south 
of Okanagan Landing. 

Cahill Lake, on north fork of 
Evans Creek, 5 miles west of south 
end of Slocan Lake. 

CAHILTY 

a small settlement near Louis Creek 
the post office, on the C.N.R., 40 
miles northeast of Kamloops, the 
business centre, in the Prov. Elec. 
Dis^ of Kamloops. It is reached 
by stage from Kamloops. Has pub- 
lic school. 
Allen Jas farming 
Cahilty John farming 
Davidson Walter farming 
Fadier Charles farming 
Gillis A farming 
Graham George farming 
Graham Robert farming 
Jagoe Abraham farming 
Jagoe John farming 
Leslie Thos farming 
McAuliffe August farming 
McClure David farming 
McKnight David G rancher 
Mulligan Bella farming 
Munro Geo H farming 
Paling W W farming 
Parks Thos A farming 
Shaw W W farming 
Sleepway George farming 

CAHNISH BAY 

a steamer landing and logging camp 
on the Loughborough Inlet-Topaz 
Harbor water route of the Union S. 
S. Co. from Vancouver. Address 
mail via Union S.S. Co., Vancouver. 

Cai Creek, 3 miles long, runs Into 
Columbia River, 6 miles south of 
Robson. 




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Scale Shop Ltd 

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a Dominion Government Long Dis- 
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Kamloops, the business centre, and 



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6 from Chinook Cove, the post of- 
fice. 
Mclntyre H P rancher and tel agt 

Cairn Mountain, 7,650 feet, 20 
miles northwest of Spences Bridge. 

CAITHNESS 

a post office and station on the C.P. 
R. Crow's Nest line, 5 miles west of 
Elko, in Fernie Provincial Electoral 
District. Has Kootenay Tel. Lines 
telephone. The Waldo branch of the 
C.P.R. starts here. There is no ag- 
ent. Has public school. 
Barr Adam plowman 
Bouler W B shipper 
Hornby Mary restaurant 
Jewell G G postmaster 
Jewell G M accountant SCT 
Jewell Lumber Co Ltd G G Jewell 

mgr 
Johnson J farmer 
Lambie J farmer 
Langin E L foreman 
Miller John laborer 
Roland Geo millwright 
Walsh Owen retired 
Williams L P sawyer 



Calamity Bay, 
Banks Island. 



on the south of 



CALL CREEK 

a steamer landing on the Loughbo- 
rough Inlet water route of the Union 
S. S. Co., from Vancouver. 
Cargill Co of Canada Ltd M V Down- 
ing foreman logging oprs 

CALLA RANCH 

a Dominion Government Telephone 
office, 7 miles west of Penticton, the 
business centre, and 1 mile east of 
Allangrove, the post office. ^ 

Clark G farming and tel agent 

CALLAGHAN 

a flag station on the P.G.E. Ry., 15 
miles north of Lac La Hache, the 
nearest post office, in Lillooet Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. 

Calling Lake, 1 mile long, 12 miles 
east of Spences Bridge. 

Calm Channel, lies off the east 
coast of Valdes Island, separating it 
from the mainland. 

Calm Creek, in Cypress Bay, 9 
miles north of Clayoquot, Vancouver 
Island. 

Calver Cape, on the south of Van- 
couver Island, 10 miles southwest of 
Victoria. 

Calvert Cape, at the south end of 
Calvert Island. 

CALVERT ISLAND 

a small farming settlement on Cal- 
vert Island, which is 16 miles long 
and 8 miles broad, situated in Fitz- 
hugh Sound, 40 miles north of Van- 
couver Island, in Prince Rupert Pro- 
vincial Electoral District, reached by 
Union S. S. Co.'s boats from Van- 
couver, which carry mail. 
Heinrich P mixed farming 

CAMAGNA 

a settlement in the Yale District, 32 
miles from Vernon. 



CAMBIE 

a flag station on the C.P.R., 38 
miles west of Revelstoke and 8 east 
of Sicamous, in Revelstoke Provin- 
cial Electoral District. Has public 
school. No station agent. Post of- 
fice is Solsqua. 
Breary Bill farming 
Enquist Victor farming 
Eyre Geo farming 
Hantula Jack farming 
Hendrickson Martin farming 
Hill Matthew farming 
Hutri John farming 
Jessop Geo farming 
Johnson Samuel farming 
Karl John L sec school board frmg 
Kuhrey Jack farming 
Laitio Jack A farming 
Pukkinin John farming 
Ronn Frank farming 
Sirvio Otto farming 
Tattari John farming 
Tetu Matthew farming 
Ylisto Seth farming 

CAMBIE 

a station on the B.C.E. Ry., Lulu 
Island line, 8.3 miles from Vancou- 
ver and 6 miles north of Steveston. 
See names under Lulu Island, the 
post office. 

Cambie River, 12 miles long, runs 
into Similkameen River, 30 miles 
south of Princeton. 

CAMBORNE 

a mining settlement on Pish River, 
4 miles north of its entrance into 
Upper Arrow Lake, 15 mile^ north- 
east of Arrowhead, and 5 miles from 
Beaton, the nearest post office, in 
Revelstoke Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. Has telephone office. 
Burnier Mining Co Ltd J H Darrad 

mgr 
Darrad J H mgr B M Co 
Edge George 
Lindsay J E hotel prop 
Menhunick Cory mining 
Metzler Grey firewarden 
Multiplex Mining Milling & Power 

Co Ltd 
New Era Mines H E Bodine supt 
Rowland Iven miner 
Wilkinson Tom miner 

Camera Mountain, see O. K. Moun- 
tain. 

Cameron Creek, 8 miles long, runs 
into north arm of Quesnel Lake. 

CAMERON LAKE 

a post office and station on E. & N. 
Ry., Island and Canadian Highways. 
35 miles northwest of Nanaimo, in 
Alberni Provincial Electoral District, 
C. P. R. Telegraph. Population, 10. 
Local resources: Timber and miner- 
als. Cameron Lake Chalet provides 
excellent accommodations with ad- 
ditional tents in summer for tourists 
and autoist, who may enjoy fishing 
in Cameron Lake, or make the ascent 
of Mount Arrowsmith. Excellent 
hunting. 

Armstrong Harry rly man 
Bell Geo railroad man 
Cameron Lake Chalet Mrs M Monks 

mgr 
Costen Jack section foreman 
McBey Thos P C P R opr and PM 
McMillan Archie railway man 



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McMillan Hector railway man 
Monks Mrs May mgrr C L Chalet 
Slatter Edw railroad man 
Topliffe Frank railway-man 

Cameron River, 12 miles long, runs 
from Indian Lake into west end of 
Cameron Lake, Vancouver Island. 

Camerontown, now Barkerville. 

Campania Island, 18 miles long, 3 
miles south of Pitt Island, 5 miles 
west of Princess Royal Island. 

Campania Sound, between Cam- 
pania Island and Princess Royal Is- 
land. 

Camp Bay, on the soutliwest coast 
of Vancouver Island, 8 miles west of 
Port Renfrew. 

Camp Bay, on the southwest of 
Gilford Island. 

Camp Cove, on the east side of 
Topino Inlet, west coast of Vancouver 
Island. 

Camp Creek,. 12 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Canoe River, 1 mile north of 
Boat Encampment. 

Camp Creek, 7 rriiles long, a tribu- 
tary on right bank of Gold Creek, 
Revelstoke District. 

Camp Creek, 4 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Pool Creek, near Camborne. 

Camp Creek, 2 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Wild Horse Creek, Fort 
Steele. 

CAMP HELENA 

a fruit ranch about 5 miles south of 
Peachland on west side Okanagan 
Lake, owned by Wm. Miller Peach- 
land. 

CAMP ISLAND 

reached by Union S. S. Co.'s boats. 
In Comox Provincial Electoral Dist. 
Houlgate R Kerr summer resident 
Strange Chas caretaker 

CAMP LISTER 

a post office in the Kootenay Dis- 
trict, 6 miles from Creston, which is 
the business centre. 
Chalmers David postmaster 

CAMP McKINNEY 

a mining camp 15 miles northwest of 
Rock Creek, Greenwood Provincial 
Electoral District, and 8 miles from 
Bridesville on the G. N. R., the near- 
est railway. 
Cariboo-McKinney Mine gold silver 

Camp Point, on the south of Gil- 
ford Island. 

Campbell Creek, 35 miles long, 
runs into south Thompson River, 13 
miles east of Kamloops. There is a 
ranching settlement on the Creek, 1 i 
miles southeast of Kamloops. Post 
office now called Barnhart Vale. 

Campbell Creek, or Copper Creek, 
17 miles long, runs into Kootenay 
Lake opposite Kaslo. 

Campbell Creek, 4 miles long, runs 
into Moyie Lake. 

Campbell Island, 15 miles long, lies 
on the south of Milbank Sound, 4 
miles west of Bella Bella. 

CAMPBELL LAKE 

on the Island Highway, 9 miles In- 
land from Campbell River, the post 
office, on the auto road to Strathcona 
National Park. Lower Campbell Lake 



is a fisherman's paradise and drains 
19 charted lakes, many of which 
have never been fished. Deer, bear, 
cougar, willow and blue grouse are 
plentiful. 

Forbes Hotel Jas Forbes prop 
Sutherland Jasper trapper 
Sutherland "Wm prospector 
Sutherland W trapper 

CAMPBELL RIVER 

a post office and settlement at the 
mouth of Campbell River, on Van- 
couver Island, in Comox Provincial 
Electoral District, reached by C. P. 
R. and Union S. S. Co.'s boats and 
Island Highway. Has Dominion 
Government Telegraph office, office 
of Sub-Recorder Nanaimo Mining Di- 
vision, and public school. Logging, 
farming and fishing. Population of 
district, 500. 
Banner Sam farmer 
Berry C S night watchman 
Brunton J garage 
Cameron Lumber Co S Hage mgr 
Campbell River Club F Hamilton sec 
Campbell River Drug Store — Met- 

calf mgr 
Campbell River Gen Hosp Fred Ham- 
ilton sec Miss Smith matron 
Campbell River Indians Logging Co 

"W Roberts sec 
Campbell River Returned Soldiers' 

Club J VTallace sec 
Campbell River Trading Co gen store 
Carruthers S physician 
Cobb C H pres Int Timber Co 
Cobb R eng Int Timber Co 
Crawford TV gen store 
Fitzgerald C W farming 
Forbes J hotel prop 
Francis G storekeeper 
Furniss H boats for hire 
Gardiner A fisherman 
Glanville J storekeeper 
Greany J H carpenter 
Hage S mgr Cameron Lumber Co 
Hamilton Fred asst mgr Hotel Wil- 
lows 
Hanson Thorvald farming Sub-Min- 
ing Recorder pool soft drinks 
Hoist Olaf farming 
Hunter Miss nurse Cam River Gen 

Hosp 
International Timber Co C H Cobb 

pres D Jerrymiason mgr 
Jerrymiason D mgr Int Timber Co 
Johnson Andre'w farming 
Lalonde Frank stage to Courtenay 
Lewis J P frmn 
Lewiss D road foreman 
Lidden F cars for hire 
Lilelana Pavilion ice cream dancing 

pavilion 
McDonald Chas mixed farming 
McDonald E L farming 
McGimpsey J farming 
McXeil F farming and freighting 
McNeil J lineman 
Masters R wharfinger 
Merlin Ring & Moore logging 
Merrill & Ring Lumber Co Ltd 
Metcalf — mgr Campbell River Drug 

Store 
Murphy & McDonald logging 
Nunn Frederick L mixed farming 
Parker G carpenter 
Perkins T H farming 
Peterson A M poultry and farming 
Peterson Carl poultry and farming 
Pidcock H logger 
Roberts W sec Cam River Indians 

Logging Co 
Robson Miss nurse Cam River Gen 
Hosp 



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Shaw W F phys coroner and notary 

Simms H A farming 

Smith Cecil mixed farming 

Smith E resident 

Smith John C mixed farming 

Smith Miss matron Cam River Gen 

Hosp 
Storey Wm mixed farming 
Swansky John farming 
Sullivan A journalist 
Sullivan J stipendiary magistrate 
Thorn R farmer 
Thulin Miss A postmistress 
Thulin C mng dir C R Drug Co Ltd 
Thulin Chas farming and PM 
Thulin O mechanic 
Uneda S laundry 
Vanstone D logging 
Wallace S J sec Cam River Returned 

Soldiers' Club and teleg opr 
Watt E farming 
Whyte W storekeeper 
Wickstrom A farming 
Widowson Miss school teacher 
Willows Hotel Co Fred Hamilton mgr 
Woodhus Walter mixed farming 

Campbell River, 42 miles long, 
flows from Buttles Lake northward 
through the Campbell Lakes into Dis- 
covery Passage, 37 miles north of 
Comox, Vancouver Island. 

Campbell River, 10 miles long, 
runs into Semiahmoo Bay, New 
Westminster District, 1 mile north 
of the United States boundary. 

CAMPBELL ROAD 

a station on Eburne-Westminster line 
of B. C. E. Ry., near Fraser Ave. 

CANADIAN PACIFIC 

a salmon cannery on the Fraser 
River, owned by B. C Packers' As- 
sociation, 517 Granville Street, Van- 
couver. 

CANAL FLATS 

a P.O. and station on the Kootenay 
Central branch C.P.R., in Columbia 
Prov. Elec. Dist., 60 miles north of 
Cranbrook and 111 southeast of Gol- 
den. Nearest telegraph, C. /P. R., at 
Athalmer, 34 miles. Population, 20. 
Local resources: Stock raising, min- 
ing and timber. Land values aver- 
age from $15 per acre raw to $100 
improved. 

Archer Fredk L stock raising 
Grainger Mrs E F B postmistress 
Grainger H game warden 
Larmour David rancher 
Pilcher H B ranching 
Robert Bros ranchers 

Canal Passage, between north of 
Turnour Island and Village Island. 

CANFORD 

a post office and station on K. V. 
Ry., 10 V^ miles east of Merritt, in 
Yale Provincial Electoral District. 
Government Telegraph, school, Ang- 
lican church. Local resources: 
Farming. 
Allen F farming 
Barrie A G mixed farming 
Bevan Bros meat market 
Bergstrom G mixed farming 
Brenton Mrs B poultry 
Cleasby A T farming 
Cleasby Joseph farming 
Gumming J farming 
Davidson G farming 



Davidson J farming 
Fraser A M general store 
Gray R C mixed farming 
Guy B G farming and dairying 
Hagen G farming 
Hardiman L T farming 
Hardiman T R farming 
Hemming Sidney C postmaster 
Kirby Stanley farming 
Kitchen T farming 
Knudson P farming 
Lindberg E O laborer 
O'Connor E F trapper 
Peebler C N farming 
Richardson J E farming 
Seaborne Kenneth farming 
Swanson W farming 
Taylor E farming 
Walden N farming 
Walford J poultry 

CANFORD MILLS 



Mills removed to Merritt. 
under Canford. 



See names 



CANIM 

a flag station on the P. G. E. Ry., 20 
miles south of Lac la Hache, the 
nearest post office, in Lillooet Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. 

CANIM LAKE 

a P. O. and settlement on Canim 
Lake, 23 miles from 105-mile House, 
the nearest telephone office, and 55 
miles northeast of Clinton, in the 
Lillooet Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. Nearest telegraph office is at 
Lac la Hache. Has public school 
and telephone connection. 
Davies A E farming 
Garrett G N farming 
Graham L farming 
Hendrix John farming 
Ladoucer E farming 
Lilly Richd farming 
McNeil B H ranching gen store 
McNeil L M ranching and PM 
Monroe H J farming 
Nelson S farming trapping 
Pinkham Chas farming 
Ray S E trapper and farming 
Scott R and D farming 
White Frank farming 

CANNOR 

junction of C. N. R. and G. N. R.. 
5V^ 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 
Kamloops Prov. Elec. District. Has 
Govt, telephone, public hall and 
dock Population, 75. Improved lands 
average from $100 to $300 per acre, 
and raw from $30 to $100. 
Allan G T fruit and farming 
Anderson Andrew farming and fruit 
Ashby John B farming 
Ashby John B jr 
Baker P fruit and farming 
Baker W fruit and farming 
Barrett D fruit and farming 
Binnington Thos retired farmer 
Bjorkman A E farming 
Boosy C retired farmer 
Bordessa Bernard C fruit and farm- 
ing 
Boyd W H farming 
Brown L E fruit and farming 
Carlson O school teacher 



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Clancy E V school teacher 

Constable G H farming 

Currie W W fruit and farming 

Dalzell J H fruit and farming 

Day Jos Farming 

Downey Chas farming 

Findlay H fruit and farming 

Fraser Mrs fruit and farming 

Fraser W'm fruit and farming 

Garret Jos A farming 

Gosse Frank L. farming 

Graham Mrs A fruit and farming 

Greenwood G fruit and farming 

Handen P R farming 

Hardy Percy fruit and farming 

Hebden Claude fruit and farming 

Herald Dundas fruit and farming 

Hewitt G H gen store 

Hissa J fruit farming 

Holt D farming 

Johnson Albert 

Johnstone E storekeeper 

Jones F TV retired 

Kidner J fruit and farming 

Kilner J farming 

Kilner J A farming 

Kirk R J fruit and farming 

Kirk "W H fruit and farming 

Knight A E farming 

Koshi J fruit and farming 

Landers J farming 

Law D farming 

Lindburg Edward fruit and farming 

Lund J A fruit and farming 

Lyman R M fruit and farming 

McArthur A fruit and farming 

McKay Alex fruit and farming 

McKay J fruit and farming 

Mandel Chas 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 I farming 

Reed H S farming 

Ritchie Art fruit and farming 

Ross Geo fruit and farming 

Sanson J fruit and farming 

Shipley T fruit farming stock 

Shipley Walter farming 

Sunden C farming 

Sweeten Mrs fruit and farming 

Taylor Mr fruit and farming 

Tetlock Howard postmaster 

Tetlock Richard M farming 

Thompson J fruit and farming 

Thompson J P fruit and farming 

Timpson H "Wm farming 

Wilkinson T L fruit and farming 

Wilson Chas fruit and farming 

Wright C fruit and farming 

Canoe Creek, 5 miles long, runs in- 
to Fraser River, 63 miles north of 
Lillooet. 

Canoe Island, in entrance to Bar- 
clay Sound, Vancouver Island. 

Canoe Islands, 4 miles southwest of 
Gilford Island. 

Canoe Lake, 9 miles long, in north 
of Lillooet District, 68 miles north- 
east of Clinton. 



CANOE PASS 

Westham Island, mouth of Fraser 
River, South Arm, post office ad- 
dress, Ladner. Has public school. 
See further listings under Ladner. 

Anglo-American Packing Co Ltd H 
Bell-Irving & Co 322 Richards St 
Vancouver agts salmon canning 

British-American Cannery 

Brunswick Cannery RRl Ladner 

Canoe Pass Cannery 



Canoe Pass, on Cracroft Island, 
north of Port Harvey. 

Canoe Passage, on the west of 
Eroughton Island. 

CANOE RIVER 

a flag station on the C. N. Ry., 10 
miles west of Swift Creek, the post 
office in Fort George Provincial 
Electoral District. , 

Canon Creek, 19 miles long, flows 
into Columbia River, 7 miles south of 
Golden. There is a steamer-landing 
here 

Canon Creek, 9 miles long, runs in- 
to Kcctenay Lake, 1 mile south of 
Ku.skonook. 

Canon Creek, 7 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of River Jordan, 8 miles west of 
Revelstoke. 

Canon Creek, 4 miles long, runs 
into north of Queen's Reach, Jervis 
Inlet. 

Canon Creek, 2 miles long, runs in- 
to Elk River, Kennedy Lake, Van- 
couver Island. 

CANOUGH CREEK 

a P.O. and ranching settlement 68 
miles northeast of Clinton, 24 miles 
north of Kamloops, the nearest tele- 
graph point, in Kamloops Prov. 
Elec. Dist. Nearest railway, C.N.R. 
at Vinsulla, distant 2^^ miles. Has 
school and long distance telephone 
at Conner's ranch, Canough Creek. 
Local resources: Mixed farming and 
dairying. Population, 50. 
Bedard Armour farming 
Brown Chas E dairying mixed farm- 
ing and postmaster 
Bucker Harold J farming 
Calder B rancher 
Calder C O rancher 
Calder H rancher 
Cameron John M mixed farming 
Connor John R farming and cattle 
Denton Wm R farming 
Payers P laborer 
Holley Geo Alex farming 
Jewel J laborer 
Lyons Robert H farming 
McCauley Donald rancher 
McKenzie Wm M farming 
Phillips Arnold rancher 
Phillips Leonard V farmer 
Phillip W H stock raising 
Rucker Jas stock raising 
Stewart Frank P stock raising 
Struthers Jas stock raising 
Tyrrell John H laborer 
Wadsworth A J farming 
Wilson D C stock raising 

Can ti ever Mountains, 4 miles 
southwest of Lytton. 

CANYON 

a station on the C.P.R. Crow's Nest 
line, 5 miles east of Creston, in 
Kaslo Prov. Elec. Dist., and 1% miles 
east of Erickson. Has Dom. Govt, 
long distance telephone and public 
school. Population 200. Local re- 
sources: Lumbering, fruit growing 
and mixed farming. The Canyon 
City Lumber Co., Ltd., mills here 
have a capacity of 50,000 feet daily. 
Address mail. Canyon, via Erickson 
P.O. 

Adams A millman 

Adams S ranching 

Bergen Frank millman 

Blair Campbell cattle ranching 



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Sundries 

Ltd. 

Barbers* 
Supplies 
Barbers* 
Furniture 
Electric 
Vibrators 

Violet Ray- 
Machines 

Distributors 

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Tonic 

Wholesale 
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West 

Vancouver 

B.C. 



Browell Guy engineer 
Browell Wm fruit ranching 
Burns Peter ranching 
Canyon City Lumber Co Ltd 
Chambers Robt mixed farming 
Clayton M fruit growing poultry 
Davie Geo ranching 
Huggens Alphonse fruit ranching 
Johnston Otto contractor 
Johnston John fruit ranching 
Knott Frarwcis fruit ranching 
Leach Geo fruit ranching 
McRobb John fruit ranching 
McQueen W H fruit ranching 
Mawson Thos fruit ranching 
Nelson Alfred fruit ranching 
Olson Eric fruit ranching 
Pochin Arthur D fruit ranching 
Rogers David fruit ranching 
Rosen Frans ranching 
Samuelson Aaron F fruit ranching 

and contractor 
Searle W E fruit growing 
Sheehan A W fruit ranching 
Strong Geo ranching 
Strong Wm teamster 
Swanson Frank millman 
Turner Jas ranching 
Turner Robert ranching 
Van Ackeren Emile fruit ranching 
Vance John T fruit ranching 
Waylett Fred mill storekeeper 
Wearmouth John G carpenter 
Weatherhead W G fruit ranching 
Westling Albert fruit ranching 
Wickholm Andrew fruit ranching 
Wood John W fruit ranching 
Young Hilton fruit ranching 

CANYON CREEK 

a Dominion Government Long Dis- 
tance Telephone office and ranch, 9 
miles south of Golden, the business 
centre. Nicholson is the nearest 
post office. 
Hobart W J tel agt and ranching 

Canyon Creek, 10 miles long, a 
tributary of Inonoakin Creek. 

Canyon Creek, 9 miles long, runs 
into Kettle River, near its source. 

Canyon Creek, 7 miles long, a 
tributary of Downie Creek. 

Canyon Creek, 6 miles long, runs 
into Trout Lake, West Kootenay. 

Canyon Creek, 4 miles long, runs 
if: to Duncan River, 5 miles south of 
West Fork. 

Canyon Creek, 3 miles long, a 
tributary of Crawford Creek. 

Canyon River, 20 miles long, runs 
into Df-ase River, 5 miles north of 
Porter Landing. 

Cape Ftale, a prominent cape situ- 
ated at southeast of entrance to Bar- 
clay Sound, Vancouver Island, and 
100 miles northwest of Victoria. 
Lighthouse station. 

CAPE HORN 

a steamer landing on Arrow Lakes, 
between Arrowhead and West Rob- 
son, reached by C. P. R. lake steam- 
ers. 

Cape Lazo, on the east coast of 
Vancouver Island, 4 miles northeast 
of Comox. "Wireless station her" 

Cape Mi;dge, the extreme south 
point of Viikles Island. Lighthouse 
station and Indian village. 

CAPE SCOTT 

a post office, fishing, logging and 
farming settlement at north end of 



Vancouver Island, in Scott Channel, 
in Alberni Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, reached by gasoline launch 
from Shushartie, distant 23 miles, 
the landing point of Union S.S. Co.'s 
boats from Vancouver. Anglican 
church. Has Government Telegraph 
and Telephone office. 
Bice Richard road foreman 
Burge W fishing and farming 
Cape Scott Farmers Exchange L H 

Clark sec 
Cape Scott Farmers Inst C S Wadez 

secretary 
Christenson C B school teacher 
Clark L H mixed farming sec Cape 

Scott Farmers Exchange and PM 
Darlington A D gen store JP and 

sec GWVA 
Donaldson A mixed farming 
Dykes Don farming 
Frederikson Theo farming 
Hansen K mixed farming 
Home Jas P mixed farming 
Hooper J farming 
Jensen N P mixed farming 
Lane H mixed farming 
McMaster Thos mixed farming 
Tatigan J farming 
Peterson C fishing 
Petersen E farming 
Smith D mixed farming 
Spencer A mixed farming 
Vick E tel lineman and postmaster 
Vincent H mixed farming 
Wadey C mixed farming 
Wadey T farming 
Wager W farming 
Widmaier H mixed farming 
Wilder J farming 
Williams J C poultry raising 

CAPILANO 

a post office and scenic resort on 
Capilano River, which is 19 miles 
long, and flows southward into Bur- 
rard Inlet at the First Narrows. 
Capilano Canyon is one of the many 
beauty spots around Vancouver, and 
is visited by many thousands annual- 
ly. The scenery is unsurpassed, the 
river flowing through a rocky canyon 
clothed with bracken, lichen and 
ferns, the coloring of which is re- 
flected in the water. The upper sec- 
tion of the river is utilized by the 
City of Vancouver for its water 
supply. 
Acme Dairy W H Wilkins prop 

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Whitaker & Whitaker, 414 Seymonr 
St., Vancouver. 

Anderson Chas confectionery 

Anson Chamber mach r Gordon av 

Bailey Shingle Mill 

Bean F E emp PO 

Bellis John shipyard emp r 21st st 

Blaney Simon lumberman 

Blue Bird Tea Rooms Miss Suffield 

prop 
Boswell Thos bkpr BCB 
Bremner Wm taxi driver 
Campbell Alex lumberman 
Canyon View Hotel Foster Jones mgr 
Capilano Hotel D K Kells prop 
Capilano Terminus Auto Service 
Capilano Timber Co 
Carpenter Geo W^ hdwe Capilano rd 
Clarke John shipyd emp r Lloyd av 
Clester J E lumberman 
Conroy R laborer 
Copeland Jas lab r Philip av 
Cox Ralph musician 
Crawford W carpenter 



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Creosote Works Geo Herman mgr 

Diplock Fred L B surveyor 

Diplock Miss T retired 

Kllison Chas W carpenter 

Fairhead H A emp BCER 

Fox Geo T engineer 

Fullagher Wm dairyman 

Fuller Mylo blacksmith 

Garwood Fred lab r Bowser av 

Gibson Thos C lumber 

Gillett Chas r 24th st 

Gooch H prop No Shore Auto Service 

Griffin A E resident 

Griffin Wm r 21st st 

Hamilton J R foreman 

Hannah C V emp PGER 

Hill Wm E r Sunnyside dr 

Holdsworth David lab r Gordon av 

Hope John W elk r Robinson st 

Hudson H timekeeper 

Isaacs Frank auto and exp car term 

Iverson W J resident 

Jones Foster mgr Canyon View Htl 

Kay John shipyd wkr r Bowser av 

Kells Dickson W^ prop Capilano Htl 

Lanyon Reg E rigger r 22nd st 

Lawrence Mrs retired 

McCarthy Jere R eng r Bowser av 

McGlaughlin O T farmer 

McLeod Xorman PM gen store r 22nd 

st 
Marshall Mrs J r Bridgeman and 

22nd st 
Marshall R D acct r Bridgeman and 

22nd st 
Marshall W D bookkeeper 
Moore Chas 

Morrison Harry r Philip av 
Morrison Wm caretkr Capilano In- 
take 
Morrison Wm C painter r Philip av 
Neilson Clinton carp r 24th st 
Xewman Geo J r McGowan av 
Newman Walter caretkr 
Xicoll W W carpenter 
North Shore Auto Service H Gooch 

proprietor 
Parker R D lumberman 
Peers W 

Prescott R H resident 
Pullon Fred pipe fitter 
Ramsay James 
Read Thos lumberman 
Rebbeck Mrs susp bridge 
Ronald A 

Russell Robt Ibrmn r Capilano rd 
Rustad Lorentz draftsman 
Smith Frank r Capilano rd 
Starrett D brakeman 
Stephenson Mr retired 
Stewart Robt Wm dairyman 
Storey Matthew eng r Philip av 
Storey Stephen mate r Philip av 
Suffield Miss prop Blue Bird Tea 

Rooms 
Terrifon Felix lab r Keith rd 
Torrance J lumber 
Vincent James cattle dealer 
Vincent Joseph cattle dealer 
Webster Robt acct r Bowser av 
Whittingham August carp r 26th st 
Wilkins W H prop Acme Dairy r 

McGowan av 
Wood Geo cigar maker 
Wood Wm storekpr r car term 
Wotten Chas 

CAPITOL HILL 

a P.O. in North Burnaby, 3 miles 
east of Vancouver, reached bj- street 
car. Has public school, reservoir, 
electric light and power, five general 
stores and church. Local resources: 
Lumber and shingle mills. Popula- 
tion 350. 

Abernethy S mgr Burrard Lbr Co 
Alabaste Horace janitor 



Almond Thos laborer 

Almond Wm emp CPR 

Andrews B F bee keeping 

Bartrom C mill hand 

Bishoprick J A bee keeping 

Bonnett Albert emp Dom Elxp Co 

Boone E carpenter 

Booth Thos CNR cook 

Bridge Jas clerk 

Briggs Geo laborer 

Brown Chas with Burrard Lbr Co 

Burrard Lumber Co S K Abernethy 

mgr 
Cairns John electrician 
Carlson Frank longshoreman 
Chesterman John laborer 
Clark D S clerk 
Clarke W^ F painter 
Coldicott Walter laborer 
Collins J laborer 
Cox C dentist 
Crabb Mrs resident 
Grower Alexandria engineer 
Daniels Isaac road foreman 
Dickinson Richard emp Shell Oil Co 
Dickinson Wm emp chemical wks 
Dunbar Chas credit manager 
Dunham J miner 
Evans Ford 

Farrant G powder man 
Fennings Fred emp D Spencer Ltd 
Fiddel W carpenter 
Finlay J laborer 
Ford J laborer 
Fryer Archie laborer 
Gallrup M laborer 
Gledhill John grocer 
Goodridge J C B grocer and PM 
Gustafson Car logger 
Gustoff Geo carpenter 
Hall Alfred gardener 
Hanson C cook 
Hartley James laborer 
Hatton Thos retired 
Hillier Alfred teamster 
Holdom Walter real estate 
Holmes John emp B C Elec Ry 
Jennings Fred emp D Spencer Ltd 
Jones T wood dealer 
Kelley David carpenter 
Kelley James laborer 
Kelley John W^ laborer 
Kells Robert laborer 
Lane W bee keeping 
Larson S K fishing 
Lisk Walter blacksmith 
Locke Miss bee keeping 
Locke Joseph emp CPR 
Lumley Mark eng Pantages theatre 
Mclntyre Duncan shoemaker and bee 

keeping 
MacKenzie Rev D B D 
McLean A 

McLean Dougal laborer 
McJ^ennan W 
Mills Emma resident 
Moore A J laborer 
Munn V H grocer 
Munroe C H miner 
Nakamura G fruit growing 
Payne E clerk 
Payne L grocer 
Philpot David laborer 
Read William cooper 
Robinson T P emp CPR 
Sanderson W carpenter 
Scott D laborer 
Sims Mr laborer 
Simms Thom express 
Smith C electrician 
Swanson Derick mechanic 
Taylor W rancher 
Toogood Chas laborer 
Towler Grant blacksmith 
Town Chas clerk 
Turner Mrs resident 
Watson John laborer 




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Watson "W chicken ranching 
Wickert W transfer and express 
Wilkinson Mrs Isabella nurse 
Williams Edgar painter 
Willis G driver 
Winfleld C mill hand 
Wittisson Arthur laborer 
Yates E emp CPR 
Young W emp Vernon Feed Co 



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Capstan Island, in entrance 
Barclay Sound, Vancouver Island. 

Captain Island. 1 mile long, at en- 
trar<e lo Sechelt Inlet and east of 
Nelson Island. 

CaptMin Pass, between the east 
coast of Salt Spring Island ar.d Pre- 
vost Island. 

CARBONADO 

a coal mine of the Crow's Nest Pass 
Coal Company, on the Fernie-Rex- 
ford division of G. N. R., 14 miles 
south of Fernie. 

CARBONATE 

a mining camp on Columbia River, 
18 miles south of Golden. Steamer 
and stage connection with Golden. 
Post office is McMurdo. 

Card Point, on the southwest side 
of Broughton Island. 

Cardale Point, on the northeast of 
Broughton Island. 

Cardero Channel, between north- 
east coast of Valdes Island and the 
mainland. 

Carey Islands, 1 mile north of Har- 
bledown Island. 

CARIBOO 

a flag station on G.T.P. and Fraser 
River, 5 miles west of McBride, the 
nearest telegraph and P.O., and 8 
miles east of Legrand, in Ft. George 
Prov. Elec. Dist. Land values aver- 
age $20 per acre. District adapted 
for dairying. 
Alderson R L farmer 
Bavier S G farming 
Bayette J F farming 
Bennett J vet surgeon 
Cliff C B farming sec Farmers Inst 
Craig D A sec foreman 
Garrett Edward farming 
Hankins A E farmer 
Holcroft J farming 
Martinson I farming 
Monroe A farmer 
Monroe G C farming 
Hart Geo farmer 
Ryley Geo H farming 
Ryley W W farming 
Steele Chas farmer 



CARLIN 

a post office and station on the C. 
P. R. main line, 5 miles east of 
Notch Hill, the business centre and 
nearest C. P. R. Telegraph point, and 
14 miles west of Salmon Arm, in 
Kamloops Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. Has Presbyterian church, pub- 
lic school and telephone office. Popu- 
lation 200. Local resources: Dairy 
farming and fruit. 
Bergstrom Chas mixed farming 
Bietarila Jacob mixed farming 
Carlson Matt farming 
Gustason Gus farming 
Harjn Isaac farming 
Harjn John mixed farming 
Kari Jacob farming 
Karlson M dairy farming 
Koski August dairy farming 
Kosimaki Jacob farming 

Krook Alex farming 

Kuoppala Chas dairy farming 

Kuoppala Mrs Chas sec White Lake 
school board 

Louhasmaki John railway frmn 

Louma John mixed farming 

Luoma J K farming 

McCallum M A farming 

McConnell Thos farming 

McConnell Wm J farming 

Mackenzie Mrs John dairy farming 

Maki J K mixed farming 

Maki M W dairy farming 

Mikkelson Elmer farming 

Mikkelson John sec foreman 

Myers Herman farming 

Myers O farming 

Myers Louis A farming 

Osma John farming 

Pari Matt farming 

Peterson John A mixed farming 

Porter Albert F farming fruit 

Rabby Jos farming 

Ranta Chas E farming 

Rivers John farming 

Saintain Mrs T postmistriss 

Tulari August farming 

West Niles E mixed farming 

White Creek Valley Farmers Inst 
A F Porter sec 

Wuori Kust farming 
Wuori Wm farming 

CARLISLE 

a salmon cannery, 22 miles from 
Prince Rupert, and 466 north of Van- 
couver, in Prince Rupert Provincial 
Electoral District, reached by Union 
S. S. Co.'s boats. Population, during 
fishing season, 250, including 30 
Chinese, 120 Japanese and 60 Indians. 
Kildala Packing Co Ltd Carl Graf- 

strom mgr salmon canners and 

gen store 



CARIBOO CREEK 

a farming settlement on Arrow 
Lakes, in Slocan Provincial Electoral 
District, reached by C.P.R. steamer. 
Nakusp, 25 miles south, is nearest 
post office. Burton is the business 
centre and nearest telephone and tel- 
egraph office. 

Caribou Creek, 17 miles long, runs 
into Columbia River at north ead of 
Lower Arrow Lake. 

CariDoo Creek, 4 miles long, rurs 
into Di.ncan River S miles bourh of 
^\'est Fork. 

Cariboo Creek, see White Fish 
Creek. 



CARMANAH 

a lighthouse situated at entrance of 
Juan de Fuca Strait, reached by 
C. P. R. West Coast steamers from 
Victoria. Clo-oose is nearest post 
office. 

Carmanah River, 4 miles long, on 
the southv<!t;t of A^'ancouver Island, 
1 mile SMUiii of Carmanah. 

CARMI 

a post office and station on K. V. 
Ry., 46 miles west of Midway, in 
Greenwood Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. C. P. R. Telegraph. R. C 
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lumbering, mixed farming and good 
hunting. Population 40. 
Alexander Alfred carpenter 
Baril Xoe logging 
Bourque Aime C blacksmith 
Carmi Hotel Josephine Ferroux prop 
Clark Geo farming 
Clark Stanley H ranching 
Conlombe Gabriel farming 
Crawford Isaac PM and gen store 
Dale J C mining 
Btchepare Emile farming 
Ferroux Jean R C priest mixed farm- 
ing and lumbering 
Ferroux Josephine prop Carmi Hotel 
Gallioz John B mining and ranching 
Goggins Wm lumbering 
Greenwood Raymond engineer 
Halcrow Robt W plumbing 
Hennessey Thos mining 
Kingsett Chas H mining 
Lindsay Wm G farming 
McCormack Danl W carpenter 
McCutcheon Robt J logging 
Maiovski Steve sec foreman 
Matheson J farming 
Mead Gerald S ranching 
Miles R L timbering 
Millership J sec foreman 
Peckham Stephen logging 
Saunier C E mining 
Smith Edw G ranching 
Thomas John mining 
Williscroft Stuart B contractor 

Carmi Cretk, 6 miles long, run.<! in- 
to west fork of Kettle River ot 
Carmi. 

CARNABY 

a flag station on the G. T. P. Ry., 
and Skeena River, 7 miles northwest 
of Hazleton, the post office, and 
nearest telegraph office, in Omineca 
Provincial Electoral District. 
Chubak Michael sec foreman 
Comeau Dennis farming 
Lougheed A farming 
Preston Victor farming 

Carnarvon Mountain, 9,800 feet, 8 
n.iles northwest of Field. 

Carnes Creek, 25 miles long, a 
tributary on the left bank of the 
Columbia River, 20 miles north of 
Revelstoke. 

Carolina Channel, on north side of 
entrance to Barclay Sound, Vancou- 
ver Island, near Ucluelet Arm. 

Carp Lake, 8 miles long, 18 miles 
southwest of Fort McLeod. 

Carpenter Bay, on the southeast 
side of Moresby Island, Queen Char- 
lottes. 

Carpenter Creek, 13 miles long, 
runs into Slocan Lake at New Den- 
ver. 

Carpenter Mountain, in the Cariboo 
District, 8 miles north of 150-Milo 
House. 

CARQUILLE 

a post on the Cariboo Road at the 
mouth of Hat Creek, 15 miles north- 
west of Ashcroft. 

CARRIDEN BAY 

a steamer landing and distributing 
point for logging camps on the Okis 
Hollow-Kingcome Inlet route of the 
Union S. S. Co., 217 miles from Van- 
couver. Address mail via Union S. 
S. Co., Vancouver. 
Beaton R J logging supt 
Birdsall Dr phys Col Coast Hospital 



Columbia Coast Mission hospital 

Hart Danl 

Hayes Bert gen store 

Helen Bay Logging Co logging oprs 

Honsely F L logging supt 

McHugh M logger 

National Timber Co logging oprs 

Northern Cedar Logging Co J R Gale 

mgr 
Simmons Jas logging opr 
Woolridge Bros logging oprs 

Carrier Lake, 5 miles long, in the 
Omineca District, 13 miles northeast 
of Fort St. James. 

Carrington Bay, on the northwest 
coast of Cortes Island. 



CARROLL'S LANDING 

a steamer landing and Dominion 
Government Telegraph office, at Car- 
roll Creek (3 miles long, a tributary 
of Meadow Creek, emptying into Ar- 
row Lakes) reached by C. P. R. Ar- 
row Lake steamers. Is 23 1^ miles 
from Nakusp, the business centre, 
and 2 from Burton, the post office. 
Hendry R ranching and tel agt 

Carroll Creek, 3 miles loni?. a 
tributarj of Meadow Creek, ia south- 
east of West Kootenay. 

Carry Creek, 8 miles long, tribu- 
tar>- of Coquihalla River. 

CARSON 

a customs office on the Interna- 
tional Boundary (outport of Grand 
Forks) on the K. V. Ry. Danville, 
Wash., is on the opposite side of 
the line on the G. N. Ry. It is in 
the Grand Forks Provincial Elector- 
al District, and served from Grand 
Forks post office, which is the near- 
est banking point. Has telegraph 
office and public school. Fruit grow- 
ing and general farming. Land from 
$200 to $1000 per acre. Has Douk- 
hobor settlement of 1,500. 
Bailey M fruit. 
Boothe M Sunnyside Ranch 
Bosworth H farming and fruit 
Coleman J S farming fruit 
Grand Forks Irrigation Scheme Al- 
mond Garden sec 
Jacobs J farming 
Lawson A E farming fruit 
Lawson Robt farming 
Peterson Fred farming 
Ross W T farming 

Stewart J A sub-collector of cus- 
toms and immig insp 
Sunnyside Fruit Ranch 
Truxley J farming 

Carter Bay, in Hie-Kish Narrows, 
12 miles south of Swanson Bay. 

Carter Bay, on the west of Brough- 
ton Island. 

CARTHEW 

a fishing station on the south side 
of mouth of Skeena River, 8 miles 
southwest of Port Essington. 

Cartier Mountain, 10 miles south- 
east of Revelstoke. 

Cartwright Point, on the northeast 
of Broughton Island. 

Cartwright Sound, on the south- 
west of Graham Island, Queen Char- 
lottes. 



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CASCADE 

a post office and station on the C. P. 

R. Nelson-Vancouver line, 13 miles 

east of Grand Forks, the nearest 

banking centre, and 2 from Laurier, 

Wash., on the G. N. R. Has C. P. R. 

telegraph, office of Collector of Cus- 
toms, outport of Grand Forks. Has 

Presbyterian church, public school, 

B. C. Telephone and electric power 

developing station. Population 150. 

Anderson T pole contractor 

Atchison John laborer 

Benson \Vm hotel 

Bertois Julius A gen store contrac- 
tor livery 

Bjork C sec foreman 

Bourke Jas bkpr 

Cameron Angus sub-collr customs 

Carroll Murt laborer 

Carroll P ranching 

Carroll T ranching 

Cascade Power & Light Co 

Charette A garage 

Colbran R dairy farming 

Corcoran H T garage 

Desrochers S laborer 

Franson Fred emp CPR 

Gray Wm engineer 

Green E engineer 

Handy Saml W farming Govt road 
man 

Horkonson A millwright 

Jeffers Albert emp sawmill 

Johnson Benj laborer 

Jones Thos laborer 

Lavender W A emp sawmill 

Lindsay F ranching 

McKay Wm M carpenter 

Miller B ranching sec Berrydale sch 
board 

Miller J ranching 

Murray A S laborer 

Phillips Wm S Govt road foreman 

Potosky John sec foreman 

Ritchie Robert farming 

Ritchie R G gen store and PM 

Rylett Mrs W O school teacher 

Rylett W O fire insp CPR 

Sale Harry millman 

Smith Fred A supt power plant 

Speakman J agent CPR 

Stocker Geo K real estate 

Thompson J E laborer 

Thompson R J laborer 

Thompson W B mill supt 

Cascade Bay, on the east side of 
Harrison Lake, near south end of 
Lake. 

CASCADE CITY 

a customs office near Cascade. 
Cameron Angus customs officer 

Cascade Creek, 7 miles long, a 
tributary of the north branch of the 
Illicillewaet River. 

Cascade Creek, 12 miles long, a 
tributary of Lardeau River. 

Cascade Inlet, 32 miles northwest 
of Bella Coola. 

Cascade Mountains, the southern 
section of the Coast Range, lying 
immediately adjacent to the coast 
line. 

Cascade River, 4 miles long, runs 
into Uschucklesit Harbour, west 
coast of Vancouver Island. 

CASPACO 

a post office and fishing village on 
north Skeena Passage, 15 miles from 
Prince Rupert, one mile from Sock- 
eye, the nearest railway station on 



G. T. P., in Prince Rupert Provincial 
Electoral District, reached by Union 
S. S. Co.'s boats. Population during 
canning season, 250, consisting of 30 
Chinese, 120 Japanese, 60 Indians, the 
balance white people. 
Bjornson Peter fisherman 
Cassiar Packing Co Ltd James Lamb 

mgr canners and gen store 
Christopherson Miss school teacher 
Crookeel Frank fishing 
Davidson Th J fishing see Asland 

school board 
Einarson R fishing 
Gurd R H accountant and PM 
Hume Alex H cannery foreman 
Jonason T fishing 
Johnson M fishing 
Jonson Gisli fishing 
Lamb James mgr cannery 
Philipson John fishing 

Cassamayun Creek, 7 miles long, 
runs into Kootenay River, 12 miles 
north of Wardner. 

CASSIAR 

a salmon cannery on the Skeena 
River, 15 miles from Prince Rupert. 
See names under Caspaco. 

CASSIDY 

a post office and station on E. & N. 
Ry., 3 miles south of South Welling- 
ton and about midway between Nan- 
aimo River and Haglam Creek, in 
Newcastle Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, 65 miles north of Victoria, 6 
north of Ladysmith and 8 south of 
Nanaimo. The Granby Consolidated 
Mining & Smelting Co. have built a 
town here in connection with their 
extensive coal fields. 
Aish E rope rider 
Albertson A J miner 
Anderson John fireman 
Angelo C miner 
Angelo R miner 
Antrobus Chas laborer 
Arlin Henry foreman 
Attwaters R stenographer 
Baird John motorman 
Barclay Jas miner 
Barichello J miner 
Barichello R miner 
Bassett R P mech 
Beddington Fred mine mech 
Beddington R motorman 
Bennett John fire boss 
Bodorik Mike miner 
Bowerman E S engineer 
Bracken F miner 
Bradley John motorman 
Bradley W miner 
Brown David motorman 
Bucklee J laborer 
BuUen Thos fire boss 
Campbell C M res mgr GCMS&P Co 
Carmichael R W farmer 
Carr John R miner 
Cassidy E laborer 
Cassidy Wm farmer 
Caton Henry miner 
Chine Bruno miner 
Chishom John timberman 
Clarke W B doctor 
Clarkson Jas miner 
Corbett G S engineer 
Crossette A miner 
Cunningham E laborer 
Cuttell R H laborer 
Dean W H clerk 
Devlin E H fire boss 
Dickie Alex laborer 

Dickie Jas mechanic _ 

Dobbin Geo laborer rjfi 



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Dobbin W laborer 

Doumont A miner 

"Doumont F laborer 

EUsmore Henry timberman 

Ely R H laborer 

Finlay Jas motorman 

Frost Thos laborer 

Gallow J farmer 

Galloway L laborer 

Galloway R fireman 

Gibson Gavin miner 

Gill John carpenter 

Gjnard John miner 

Goia Frank miner 

Goulding R A miner 

Grafton Geo fireman 

Granby Consolidated Mining Smelt- 
ing & Power Co Ltd coal mining 
C M Campbell res mgrr 

Grieves Wm T miner 

Grisack Mike fireman 

Grundy "Wm blacksmith 

Hall Jas fireman 

Halloran John miner 

Halverson C C miner 

Handlin W chauffeur 

Haslam "Wm farmer 

Hay ward T C laborer 

Hazelwood H machinist 

Hector J C postmaster 

Henney John fire boss 

Hickman E dumpman 

Hill Alex miner 

Hillier A electrician 

Hoggan Geo miner 

Holmes Henry W miner 

Holtz L F tracklayer 

Howarth Bold tracklayer 

Hudson H L timekeeper 

Hutton Jas carpenter 

Jackson John motorman 

James Albert R mechanic 

James Henry miner 

James V tracklayer 

Jay J D storekeeper 

Jones Dan pumpman 

Jones John miner 

Jones Wm R tracklayer 

Kelly John washery oiler 

Kennefick W timberman 

Kuzman Toney miner 

Laird Douglass hoist engineer 

Laird M laborer 

Lauderbach E weighman 

Lavin Jos fire boss 

Lawley Alfred miner 

Lee Samuel miner 

Lloyd Thos bratticman 

Lockner A dairyman 

Lockner E farmer 

Lundin Gus carpenter 

McAulay John miner 

McAulay Wm miner 

McDicken Jas miner 

McDonald Frank carpenter 

McDonald W R mechanic 

McGeer Eric timberman 

McKay A farmer 

McKay Donald hoist engineer 

McKenzie J P blacksmith 

McLachlan Alex fire boss 

McLeod A M accountant 

McLeod Murdock miner 

McNeil Robert laborer 

McRae Peter carpenter 

Mc^Vha Percy C car repairer 

Mainwaring A J electrician 

Mainwaring H C chauffeur 

Manca Napoleon store keeper 

Marsden R laborer 

Mathews Evan car repairer 

Mathieson Jas C laborer 

Mawhinney Arthur miner 

Millard John miner 

Milligan Jas rope rider 

Mitchell D R weighman 

Morgan C timberman 



Morton Robert engineer 

Mullen John electrician 

Mullen Jos tipple laborer 

Mullen Jos jr tipple laborer 

Murdock Jas timberman 

Nesbit Robert weighman 

Newman Cyril motorman 

Newman John fireboss 

Newman W'm motorman 

Nigro John miner 

Olson Chas electrician 

Owen Evan laborer 

Pearson Fred miner 

Perala Peter miner 

Perkins Geo gardener 

Peterson Wm R cashier 

Pierce John laborer 

Porter Jas mechanic 

Rafter Robert driver boss 

Redhead John W mine mechanic 

Rosso Angelo miner 

Rukin C M mine mechanic 

Rukin John rodman 

Rukin Mark plumber 

Sargeant Gordon laborer 

Sargeant W P warehouseman 

Shave W N fitter 

Shelling Mike laborer 

Simpson B machinist 

Skelton T W rope rider 

Spinks H H laborer 

Stafford David G master mechanic 

Stafford Wm watchman 

Strutzel H B mechanic 

Strutzel Jos J accountant 

Sullivan W laborer 

Tapay Martin miner 

Taylor Henry miner 

Tickle Albert laborer 

Tickle Thos telephone operator 

Tipper Robert W hoistman 

Tomasce Dan miner 

Touhey Jas B mine manager 

Touhey Wm P overman 

Triance P warehouseman 

Vallance Wm D engineer 

Vanden Branden John miner 

W^ales Wm hoistman 

Williams David tracklayer 

Williams J A miner 

Williams Thos tracklayer 

Wilson W D mechanic 

"White Parker farmer 

"White Walter H electrician 

Wrean Jas G clerk 

Wright John fireboss 

Wright J hoistman 

CASTLEDALE 

a P.O., farming and mining settle- 
ment in the Columbia Valley, in Co- 
lumbia Prov. Elec. Dist., nearest 
railway C. P. R., Kootenay Central 
branch at Harrogate, 5 miles; near- 
est telegraph, C. P. R. at Golden, 29 
miles. Has Dom. Govt, long dis- 
tance telephone office and public 
school. Population 60. 
Arnold Ernest ranching 
Arnod John ranching 
Bayliss H rancher 
Burpee B C engineer and surveyor 
Conover Henry W miner 
Conrad Jas ranching 
Deithweiler Wm ranching 
Dodd John ranching 
Ellis J A mixed farming 
Gilbert Alfred ranching and sec Har- 
rogate school board 
Higgs S C rancher 
Hynes Andrew T sec foreman 
Hynes Bengem R sec laborer 
Hynes Headly F sec laborer 
Hynes Jas H farmer 
Gilbert Percival ranching 
Graham John ranching 
McCauU Artimus ranching 



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McKeeman Robert dairying mining 

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Morgan D H dairying and ranching 
Morgan Mossom ranching 
Mossburger John ranching 
Neill Alex J ranching 
Pratt Thos H farming 
Quinn John ranching 
Radley R R farming 
Rhorer J ranching 
Ritchie Susan ranching 
Savjuk Harry ranching 
Soles Fred ranching 
Soies J B poultry ranch 
Soles J J rancher 
Soles J V rancher 
Soles Martin A farming 
Southern Fred ranching 
Spence Mary ranching 
Turner Albert P M ranching sec 

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a post office and station at the junc- 
tion of the C P. R. Nelson- Vancou- 
ver line, the Nelson-Rossland branch, 
and the Nelson-Arrow Lakes-Revel- 
stoke line. It is 26 miles west of 
Nelson, and 1% from Robson, the 
landing point of the Arrow Lake 
steamers, in Trail Provincial Elec- 
toral District. Has C. P. R. Tele- 
graph, B. C. and Dominion Govern- 
ment Long Distance Telephone and 
public school. Provincial Govern- 
ment ferry. Population 60. Local 
resources: Lumbering and farming. 
Ashworth Reginald school princ 
Avery G E mill saw setter 
Bourgeois Bruno mill planerman 

Bourgeois G mill planerman 

Bradshaw S C elk Castlegar Hotel 

Brett J farming 

Carlson Andrew farming 

Castlegar Hotel S Thorpe prop 

Christensen Hans fireman 

Christenson Oscar deck tug boat 

Cooke E J captain tug boat 

Cramer Geo shingle sawyer 

Curwen S mill first aid man 

Cusick John mill laborer 

Danielson Swan mill tallyman 

David Henry farming 

Davidson Jas ferryman 

Defoe Antonio sec foreman 

Devine Joe mill latheman 

Drain Saml millman 

Dumont Marc millman 

Dyke Fred mill edgerman 

EDOEWOOD IitTMBES CO., IiTD. 

"W. Waldle, Fres. and Mgr. Malin- 
factnrers Rongrb and Dressed I^nm- 
ber, I^ath and Shlngfles, and Iiosf- 
ging. 

Farmer Wm J gen store PM and JP 

Gagnon Jos baggage CPR 

Grant Chas Ibr piler 

Hacking Charles mill pond man 

Hall Ira mill planerman 

Hanahan Ernest E deck tug boat 

Hanson John farming 

Hapstad Andrew Ibr grader 

Hardie Peter chef E L Co 

Harkins T J asst filer 

Hart Geo S filer sawmill 

Harvey W R watchman 

Hass E mill laborer 

Hlbert A blksmth E L Co 

Johnson Fred deck tug boat 

Julien Fred mill teamster 

Killough J A ranching and sec Kin- 
naird school board 

King Charles eng tug boat 

Kinney Alfred millwright 

Lang John fruit growing 



Lanphear Vic opr CPR 

Lawson John Ibr scaler 

Leichenring O ranching 

Linguist Chas Ibr piler 

Lofendale Gus mill emp 

Lommel A freight agent CPR 

M'cGauley Robert farming 

McKinnon John engineer E L Co 

Malich M farming 

Marquis W W mate tug boat 

Moline Isaac mill pond man 

MolofE Nick farming 

Monroe Wm tmstr Prov Govt 

Moore W mill laborer 

Moses J W mill trimmerman 

Nelson David Ibr piler 

Olsen Thos shipper 

Olson Harry shipper sawmill 

Otterburn Thos sec Edgewood Lb^ 

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Peipin Fred mill laborer 
Pittaway Arthur E ranching 
Popovich Pete farming 
Power J P mill teamster 
Pratt G W foreman E L Co 
Quance Louis F acct E L Co 
Rae Thos planerman 
Risburg Chas Ibr piler 
Rollins Dan mill lathman 
Romano C section foreman " 

Ross G M agent CPR 
Sahlstrom C J ties posts poles 
Shaw Alex shingle weaver 
Sheill Bertha school teacher 
Slice Clifford mill teamster 
Stice Lloyd resaw opr 
Swanson Pete shingleman 
Teackle Joe section man 
Thorpe S groc etc prop Castlegar Htl 
Truett Geo section man 
Waldie John C shipper 
Waldie W pres and mgr E L Co 
Walters Dan mill sawyer 
Washburn Wm trapper and rancher 
Watson Wm coalman CPR 
Watts E E mixed farming 
Wylie Chas mill watchman 

CASTLE ROCK 

a post office and ranching district in 
the Cariboo Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, on the Eraser River, 36 miles 
south of Quesnel, 17 north of Soda 
Creek, the nearest telegraph station, 
and 184 north of Ashcroft. Local 
resources: Ranching. Reached by 
mail stage, auto or steamboat. Has 
public school. 

Albright Lawrence ranching 
Baptiste Jean ranching 
Boyd Ambert ranching 
Dell Herbert M mixed farming 
Durham A R ranching 
Laing Joseph ranching 
Lee Sing ranching 
Leonard Frank mixed farming 
Leonard Russell cattle ranching PM 
Lucker Leslie mixed farming 
Nelson Nels P truck farming 
Prestage John mixed farming 
Pullin H mixed farming 
Roddis John J mixed farming 
Smith Harry ranching 
Smith John ranching 
Tuan John S cattle ranching 

Caston, and Pollux, two mountains 
9,100 feet high, south of Glacier. 

Catala Island, in Esperanza Inlet, 
220 miles northwest of Victoria. 

Cataract Creek, 14 miles long, flows 
into the Wapita River at Hector. 

Catcho Lake, 1 mile long, 73 miles 
northeast of Bella Coola. Lat. 53, 
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Cat Face Mountains, on the west 
aast of Vancouver Island, east of 
Jiousat. 

:athedral 

station on C. P. R., 4 miles east 
t Field. C. P. R. Telegraph. Local 
esources: Mining. Address mail via 
Meld. 

tkins Wm miner 
iurns P & Co meats 

leld Drug Co 
^ield Trading Co 
lawatson F asst PM 
iOak H fire warden 
4ageyn G sec foreman CPR 
4t Stephen Silver Lead Mine 

Cathedral Mountain. 10,204 feet 
ligh, 4 miles east of Field. 

:athmar 

I small settlement near North Bend, 
he post office, on the C.P.R. main 
ine, <in the Yale Provincial Electoral 
District. 

:aulfied 

I station on the P.G.E. Ry., 8 miles 

Krest of north Vancouver in West 

Vancouver Municipality. Is an ex- 
lusive summer resort of about 30 

"Vancouver business men, no camp- 

srs being allowed. Good motor road. 

Address mail to Caulflelds. 

Adams Frank R fln agent 

Adams R V 

Amesbury Mrs K T 

Anderson Wm 

Bartlett Harry cabinet maker 

Bell J D broker 

Bod well F V clerk 

Cameron Stuart 

Chappell Mrs C grocer 

Chappell W machinist 

Clubb Mrs W H P 

Cochrane Wm F 

Davidson J L 

Geary Taber G salesman 

Geary Wm J salesman 

Grafton Thos lighthouse keeper 

Hen.shaw Chas G justice of Peace 

Hodge Alfred H merchant and P M 

Hunt Mrs L 

Hunt W clerk 

Kettle H F mariner 

Kilby E C 

Lagos Rosalia fisherman 
ILardner G R 
' Marshall Alex 
theson M solr 
'onald Rex solr 
:er Max salesman 

i'ayne W 

Ridley A A J expressman 

Stone George mfrs agt 

Stone H O 

Tripp J D A music teacher 

Trotter Quinton J hotel keeper 

Caution Cape, 6 miles south of en- 
trance to Smith Sound. 

CAWSTON 

a post office and station on the G. 
N. Ry., 5 miles south of Keremeos, 
In the Similkameen Vallev, Provin- 
cial Electoral District of Similka- 
meen. Has telegraph office, tele- 
phone office, Anglican and Union 
church, public school and second year 
high school. Local resources: 10.000 
acres bench and bottom lands suit- 
able for fruit, general farming, dairy- 



ing and cattle ranching. Some min- 
ing in vicinity. Excellent climate, 
enabling the growing of all soft 
fruits and vegetables, cantaloupes, 
tomatoes, etc. Population 400. 

Agar George farming 

Armstrong R J farming 

Becker Henry farming 

Beecroft P J farming 

Berglund Chas farming 

Bigsworth R farming 

Board of Trade R B Sheridan sec 

Bowden F farming 

Bradley W ranching 

Bromley E miner 

Bromley P ranching 

Burnell Ed farming 

Cass P D gardener 

Cawston A H fruit farming 

Cawston Canning Co Ltd canners of 

tomatoes cannery at Cawston reg 

office at Kelowna 
Cawston Community Hall Society 

Inc C Tickell sec 
Cawston Co-Operative Assn W D 

Land sec 
Cawston R L fruit growing mgr 

Similkameen Fruit Land Co 
Cawston R L jr farming 
Cawston W^omen's Institute Mrs P 

M Madden sec 
Chamberlain M C customs officer 
Chop J teamster 
Cole G W plumber 
Crooker E M farming 
Crouch T S poultryman 
Dunnett W J farming 
Dye J S farming 
Elton R F farming 
Falhaner A farming 
Fleming R J farming 
Fuller J blacksmith 
Galloway Saml farming 
Gimby F L auctioneer 
Gibbs F farming 
Gordon E farming 
Hall W N farming 
Hammill W J auctioneer 
Hutchins F W farming 
Jordan C miner 
King John farming 
Lang Wm D farming 
Lepingwell G farming 
Lockhart Wm school principal 
McCurdy D farming 
McCurdy S H G farming 
McDonald Frank farming 
McDonald John farming 
McEachern D miner 
McKenzle C E farming 
McQueen J miner 
Madden P M contractor 
Manery G F E miner 
Manery Saml R J farming 
Martin J H golf instructor 
Mills W S miner 
Neilson N farming 
Newby L ranching 
Newby N ranching 
Newton L V optometrist and PM 
Newton & Sinclair gen store and 

drugs 
Nystrom O farming 
Olsen A miner 
Pearson J mining 
Pitman J M miner 
Powell B W^ miner 
Prentice Alex farming 
Prentice G Lee farming 
Richter J H ranching 
Ritchie A farmings 
Roberts C G farming 
Roblin R farming 
Rooney T H farming 
Rowley Geo farming 
Shaw C A E civil engineer 
Shaw Norman A surveyor's asst 



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Sheridan R B notary and sec Board 

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Shipton WJ H farming 
Shurson P O farming 
Silvester Herbert farming 
Similkameen Fruit Lands Co head 

office Winnipeg R L Cawston sr 

res mgr 
Sinclair W N merchant 
Siwak A miner 
Stebbins H W farming 
Suiter P carpenter 
Sunny Glen Fruit Growers C Tickell 

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Swan Thos insurance agt and sec U 

F of B C 
Taylor Mrs H B sec school board 
Taylor Robt blacksmith 
Thomas F R farming 
Tickell C farming 
United Farmers of B C Thos Swan 

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Van Blaircom F ranching 
Wainwright G farming 
Wainwright R S farming 
Wamsley D farming 
Weaver Verna B school teacher 
Whyte R Allan farming 
Wight Thos carpenter 
Wilson F E ranching 
Wilson T miner 
Wright F M lumber and contractor 

Cayoose River, 25 miles long, runs 
from Duffy Lake into the Fraser 
River at Lillooet. 

Cayote Creek, 15 miles long, a 
tributary of Sheep Creek, Fort 
Steele. 

Cayuse Creek, 8 miles long, runs 
into south of Lower Arrow Lake. 

Cecil Creek, 7 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Kitimat River. 

Cecil Lake, y^ mile long, in Say- 
ward District, Vancouver Island, 9 
miles southwest of Chatham Point. 

CEDAR 

a post office 10 miles from Nanaimo, 
Vancouver Island, which is the near- 
est business and banking centre. 
Little Thos postmaster 

CEDAR 

a flag station on the main line of C. 
P.R., 15 miles north of Glacier. 

CEDAR COTTAGE 

a suburban residential district of 
Vancouver. See names under Van- 
couver. 

CEDAR COVE 

See names under Vancouver. 

CEDAR CREEK 

(formerly called Whiskey Creek), a 
settlement 9 miles north of Parks- 
ville and 3 south of Cameron Lake, 
the nearest post office and C. P. R. 
telegraph office, in Alberni Provin- 
cial Electoral District. Hillier, dis- 
tant 2 miles, is nearest station. Has 
B. C. telephone connections. Local 
resources: Timber. Population 12. 
Brown A farming 
Buller E farming 
Callard C farming 
Marples G farming 

CEDAR CREEK 

a steamer landing on Cedar Creek, 
(5 miles long, and empties into the 



Kootenay Lake), 2 miles north of 
Ainsworth, the post office, in Kaslo 
Provincial Electoral District, reached 
by C. P. R. Kootenay Lake-Nelson- 
Kaslo-Lardo steamers. Has Domin- 
ion Government Long Distance tele- 
phone. 

Cedar Creek, 11 miles long, runs 
into north branch of North Thompson 
River. 

Cedar Creek, 9 miles long, runs in- 
to Columbia River, 25 miles north of 
Beavermouth. 

Cedar Creek, 8 miles long, runs in- 
to Kettle River, 11 miles north of 
Westbridge. 

Cedar Creek, 8 miles long, runs in- 
to west side of Howe Sound, 5 miles 
south of Squamish. 

Cedar Creek, 7 miles long, runs in- 
to north fork of Kettle River. 

Cedar Creek, 5 miles long, tributary 
of Keremeos Creek. 

Cedar Creek, 4 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Slocan River. 

CEDAR HILL 

See names under Victoria. 

CEDAR POINT 

a fruit growing and dairying settle- 
ment on West Arm of Kootenay 
Lake, 7% miles east of Nelson, in 
Trail Provincial Electoral District, 
reached by C. P. R. lake steamers 
and Government road from Nelson, 
the post office, nearest telegraph 
office and business centre. Has lo- 
cal and long distance telephone con- 
nections and Anglican Church. Has 
Farmers' and Women's Institutes, 
Fruit Growers' Association, Livestock 
Association. Population 80. 
Airey Thos A farming cattle 
Applethwaite Edward H H farming 
Applethwaite Henry H farming 
Campbell John J mixed farming 
Cruickshank Adam dairying farming 

and express 
Cruickshank Adam jr farming 
Doyle Daniel fruit growing 
Hawthorn G fruit growing 
Heddle David fruit growing 
Heddle Malcolm fruit farming 
Kenway Wm farming poultry 
Macdonnel John D fruit farming 
Metcalf Kenneth farming 
Middleton Hugh farming 

CEDARVALE 

a post office and farming settlement 
on G.T.P. Ry., and Skeena River, 40 
miles west of Hazleton and 140 north- 
east of Prince Rupert in Prince Ru- 
pert Provincial Electoral District. 
Has Government Ferry, Dominion 
Government Telegraph, Anglican and 
Methodist Churches and Salvation 
Army. Population 100. Local re- 
sources: Mixed farming, fruit grow- 
ing and some mining. 
Balaam Sidney S farmer 
Borsuk John sec foreman 
Brearly Jos H mixed farming 
Campbell C C lumberman 
Christopher D farmer 
Cormier Jas farmer 
Curran Hugh farming 
Dahl Peter mining 
Deano Miss M L school teacher 
Duncan Wm S farmer 
Gray Auldin S farming 
Lewis Helen school teacher 
McDonald Angus A farming 



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"^'-^herley Walter W ferryman 
\ley Wm general store 
cock S B engineer and farming 

i.:iby L. storekeeper 

Seaman Chas farming 

Theoador Michael farming 

Thompson John farming and PM 

Tomlinson Thos R farming 

Tordiffe Archd S farming 

Usnick Frank farmer 

CELISTA 

a post office and settlement on north 
shore of Shuswap Lake, Kamloops 
Provincial Electoral District, reached 
by ferry from Notch Hill, the near- 
est railway C.P.R. point, distant 12 
miles. Has Dominion Government 
long distance telephone. Population 
200. Dairying, logging, cord-wood 
cutting and fruit growing. 
Austin Bert farming 
Beattie Andrew S carpenter 
Begulin Albert farming 
Begulin Henry farming 
Brown Jos dairying 
Brown Thos jr farming 
Brown W mixed farming 
Chambers Arthur H mixed farming 
Dalin John W farming 
Ekstrom Guston farming 
Farrell Wm logging 
Fletcher Alex fruit and dairy 
Fowler Harry farming boat bldg 
Garland David farming 
Gibson Archd farming 
Gray Wm logging farming 
Hlina John farming 
Leopold Alfred farming 
Lithgow Harry farming 
McKeown Peter ranching 
Xettekoven Henry mixed farming 
Northgraves C Wm ranching 
Orser Mrs Hannah M farming sec No 

Shuswap school board 
Ramsay David 
Reddy Wm J farming fruit 
Reid R W^ mixed farming 
Riley Chas dairy farming 
Riley John farming and PM 
Riley Wm J farming 
Ruckle J C mixed farming 
Smith Leo S ranching 
Smith S R dairy farming 
Stevens W farming 
Stevens W J 

United Farmers of B C Jos Brown sec 
Yearwood E S 
Young Frank farming 
Young John H farming 

Celista Creek, 10 miles long, runs 
into north of Seymour Arm, Shuswap 
Lake. 

CELTIC 

a salmon cannery on the Fraser Ri- 
ver, owned by B. C. Packers' Asso- 
ciation, 517 Granville St., Vancou- 
ver. 

CENTRAL PARK 

a sub-post office in suburbs of Van- 
couver, distant 6 miles, in South 
Vancouver Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, reached by B. C. E. Ry. and 
local highways. Has telephone of- 
fice. See names under Vancouver. 
Jack Miss Clare PM 

CENTRE BAY 

a summer home settlement about the 
centre of Gambler Island, facing 
south, in Howe Sound, North Van- 
couver Provincial Electoral District, 



reached by Marine Navigation Co.'s 
boats from Vancouver, distant 21 
miles. Gibson's Landing is nearest 
telegraph office. Population 20. Ad- 
dress Centre Bay, via Hope Point 
post office. 

Eldridge David fruit and vegetables 
Fawcett Wm fruit and vegetables 
Fulton Ernest logging 
Laury J engineer 
Murray C W retired 

CENTRE ISLAND 

a post office and fishing settlement 
on Centre Island at north end of 
Nootka Island, in the Esperanza In- 
let, midway up the West Coast of 
Vancouver Island, in Alberni Provin- 
cial Electoral District, reached by C. 
P.R. steamer from Victoria. Noot- 
ka is the nearest telegraph office, dis- 
tant 36 miles. Local resources: Tim- 
ber, fishing. Has excellent sites for 
mills. 

Beck Geo J farming 
Newton A asst postmaster 
Newton A M goat ranching 
Newton Gordon mail carrier 
Newton Stanley farming and PM 
Newton W B goat ranching 
Newton & Co general store 
Parsons Mrs S rancher 
Todd W farming 

Centre Rock, at entrance to Uclue- 
let Arm of Barclay Sound, Vancouver 
Island. 

Centreville, a trading post on Mc- 
Dame Creek, Liard District in Lat. 
59, Long. 129. 

Chadwell Channel, see Shadwell. 

Chain Island, a small island at 
south side of Oak Bay, Victoria. 

Chain Islands, a group of islands 
in the middle channel of Barclay 
Sound, Vancouver Island. 

Chain Lake, 4 miles long, 20 miles 
northeast of Princeton. 

CHAMADASKA 

the name of the post office on Mary 
Island, which lies between Cortez.and 
Valdez Islands, Gulf of Georgia, 96 
miles from Vancouver. See namea 
under Mary Island. 
Milne James PM 

CHAMINGS 

a settlement in the Kootenay Dis- 
trict, 1 mile from Torrent, which is 
on Lci^e Windermere and Golden 
branch of the C.P.R. 

Chamiss Bay, on the north side of 
Kyuquot Sound, west coast of Van- 
couver Island. 

CHAMPION 

a siding on the G.N.R., Nelson and 
Fort Steele branch , situated on 
Beaver Creek, 15 miles northwest of 
Salmo. 

Champion Creek, 4 miles long, run.s 
into Columbia River, 7 miles south 
of Robson. 

Champman Point, on the north side 
of Victoria Arm, near the city bound- 
ary. 

Chancellor Channel, on th» north 
side of Thurlow Island. 

Channel Island, in Pryce Channel, 
north of Redondo Island. 

Channel Island, 2 miles northwest 
of Irvine's Landing. 



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Chantsler Lake, 2 miles long, in 
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CHAPMANS 

a flag station on CN.R., 12 miles 
west of Boston Bar, and 14 east of 
Yale. Section crew. 

Chapman's Bar, on the Fraser 
River, 3 miles south of Spuzzum. 

Chapperon Lake, 3 miles long, in 
Kamloops district, 30 miles east of 
Nicola. 



CHARLES CREEK 

a cannery 217 miles from Vancouver 
on the Okis Hollow-Kingcome Inlet 
route of the Union S.S. Co. from Van- 
couver. Nearest telephone and tele- 
graph offices at Alert Bay. Ad- 
dress mail Charles Creek, via Union 
S.S. Co., Vancouver. 
Charles Creek Cannery salmon can- 

ners Preston Packing Co Ltd 

Vancouver 
Hickey W cannery operator 

CHARLTON RANCH 

a Dominion Government Long Dis- 
tance Telephone office and ranch, 28 
miles from Kamloops, the business 
centre, and 2 from Duck Range, the 
post office, which see. 
Charlton W ranching and tel agent 

Charlotte Bay, in the west of Sey- 
mour Inlet. 

Charlotte Point, at the west end of 
Drury Inlet. 



CHASE 

a post office and lumbering town on 
main line of C.P.R., at mouth of 
Chase Creek, in Kamloops Electoral 
District, Yale Land Registry Dis- 
trict (Kamloops), and Yale County 
(Kamloops). It is the distributing 
centre for the Shuswap and Adams 
Lake Districts, having the advan- 
tage of rail, lake steamers and auto 
roads throughout the district. Has 
Anglican, Presbyterian and R. C. 
churches, public and high school. 
Has C.P.R. telegraph and Dominion 
Government telephone offices and of- 
fice of Provincial Police Constable. 
Population 700. Local resources: 
Sawmill (one of the largest in the 
Province), farming, mining and cat- 
tle raising, together with extensive 
logging operations. 

Abelson Carl millwright A R L Co 

Adams River Lumber Co Ltd W F 
Lammers mgr dir lumber mfrs gen 
store agr implts and coal 

Anderson Jas shipper 

Atchison Geo edgerman A R L Co 

BagJee Nels N farming 

Baillie James rancher 

Ballard Horace grocer and butcher 

Balmer Garage M Balmer prop 

Balmer Murray contractor 

Balmer Robt mechanic 

Barclay Dr D J res physician Chase 
Hospital 



Barry Mrs J H general store ] 

Bassett Fred eng elec plant A R L Co ' 
Bonds S A plumber 
Bowden W driver Chase Livery and 

Transfer 
Bowyer Geo school principal 
Bracken Richard lab A R L Co 
Bradley E R clerk 
Bradley Gerald clerk 
Bradshaw-Cochrane C W drugs 
Brisbois M F farmer 
Brown Bert asst filer A R L Co 
Brown Bert A ftr A R L Co 
Butler Geo ranching 
Buysse Emil farming 
Buysse Urban farming 
Byers Chas auto livery 
Byers L C of Chase Livery & Trans 
Byrnes J C eng planer mill A R L Co 
Campbell Jessie school teacher 
Campbell D mixed farming 
Carlin P sec United Farmers of BC 
Carrol D M planerman 
Chadwlck J W Prov Constable 
Chase Brass Band (15 pieces) E San- 

dahl leader 
Chase Chess Club Dr W Scatchand 

pres 
Chase Geo G dairy farming 
Chase Hospital R R Mason sec 
Chase Livery & Transfer L C Byers 

prop 
Chase Presbyterian Church Rev S 

Galbrait pastor 
Chase Private Hospital Mrs W Scat- 
chard matron 
Chase Restaurant Y-ep Num prop 
Chase School District R P Bradley 

chairman G Grant trustee J F Reid 

Clifford J W blacksmith 

Coburn Geo A farming 

Colegrave Sidney J & Conchle John 

dry goods general store 
Collins C laborer ARL Co 
Covey W A grader ARL Co 

CTTBtMINO, IVEWIS 

Insurance Agent and Notary. 

Currie G A logging frmn ARL Co 

Currie G D lumberman 

DeNeve Rene watch ARL Co 

Dorte James fireman ARL Co 

Eastman L G tractor mech ARL Co 

Ekholm Ben lumber piler ARL Co 

Ekholm Benj Ibr piling contractor 

Ekholm Geo lumber piler 

Farris John E 

Foster G W carpenter 

Gahan Donald laborer 

Gahan Lloyd laborer 

Gahan Thos A elk store ARL Co 

Gahan T F sawmill frmn ARL Co 

GAI^I.ZCANO, WM. H. 

Chlnaware, Fancy Goods and Toys. 

Gatin Stanley laborer 

Gatin Sylvester laborer 

Gook F J elk ARL Co 

Gordon Mrs S H agt Govt Telg 

Grant Gordon farming 

GWVA Jas Anderson sec 

Haldane John postmaster 

Hanson Arthur elk H Ballard 

Harrington Thos engineer 

Haylock H J mgr Imperial Bank 

Hepburn J farming 

Herzog Henry tailor 

Hill Matt tractor opr ARL Co 

Hodgan Edward planerman 

Humphreys R S rancher 

IICFEBIAI^ BANK OF CANADA 
H. J. Haylock, manager. 

James Martin license scaler ARL Co 
Jansen L resaw man ARL Co 
.lolliffe Edw planerman ARL Co 
Jordan Harlan lathman ARL Co 



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Jordan Kirk lathmill ARL Co 

Jordan Phil lathman 

Kells R W elk Imperial Bank 

Klnloch Robt farming 

Knights cf Pythias Chase Lodge Xo 

47 R L Taylor K of R & S 
Knowles Josaih laborer ARL Co 
Laird Harold E fireman tug boat A 

R L Co 
Inaird Levi capt tug boat ARL Co 
Lammers W F mgr dir ARL Co 
Lammers W L sales dept ARL Co 
Lanctot Wm billiards and tobaccos 
Land Louis farming 
Lane Ernest E tallyman 
Law Harry M acct and notary 
Lilley E mixed farming 
Louis Wm gas engineer 
McConnell Andrew timber cruiser 
McDonald Dave planing mill ARL Co 
McDonald David mill hand 
McFarlane Joseph sawsetter ARL Co 
McGachie John farming 
McKee Joseph planing mill ARL Co 
McLean H teller Imperial Bank 
McLean Hector L contractor 
Mah Wah bdghse ARL Co 
Main S G steno ARL Co 
Mann Bertram W bkpr store ARL Co 
Martin W B agent CPR 
Mason R R treas ARL Co 
Mathieson Thos ranching 
Mattey Stuart log scaler 
MkLxwell D sawyer ARL Co 
Meehan P mixed farming 
Miner W J painter 
Mitchell C H carloader ARL Co 

MOirS STAB OABAGi; 

K. Scatchard, Prop. Aato Bepairs 
and Batteries Bechaz^ed. 
Morrissey James tmstr ARL Co 
Murray John logging contr ARL Co 
Nansen John carloader 
Nicholson James rancher 
Nordeen Gust barn boss ARL Co 
Northcott H B mech supt ARL Co 
Okland Ole fireman ARL Co 
Olsen Ole P farming 
Parent Louis blacksmith ARL Co 
■ Parker John planer foreman 
Peel Verna school teacher 
Pentllla A E section hand 
Potter W E stage line Adams Lake 
Poy H O laundry 
Price Thos setter ARL Co 
Ramstrom H lumber piler 
Reid David tallyman ARL Co 
Reid Mrs Hattie M matron Hospital 
Reid Jas F shipper ARL Co 
Richardson W F civil engineer 
Robinson R E entertainment hall 
Robinson Stuart ranching 
Sandahl Carl cook ARL Co 
Sandahl Egnar tallyman ARL Co 
Sandahl Elwood elk ARL Co 
Scatchard K prop Mons Star Garage 
Scatchard Mrs "W private nrsg home 

SCATCHABD, "WAIiTEB 

M.B.C.S. (Eng.) I.JI.C.PJ., LJtt. 

Physician and Surgeon, Provincial 
Medical Officer and Coroner. 
Shaw C W blacksmith ARL Co 
Skimuzi K yd loader ARL Co 
Smith Henry foreman ARL Co 
Smith H E license scaler ARL Co 
Spencer W H timekeeper 
Sproat W M jeweler 
Stewart Chas planing mill ARL Co 
Stewart Rev Geo pastor Anglican 

Church 
Stewart James janitor public school 
Sullivan Kathleen school teacher 
Taylor R L engineer and elec 
Thompson C C store mgr ARL Co 
Todd J T sales mgr ARL Co 



Tracey J H logging supt ARL Co 
Turbull A E license scaler ARL Co 
Underwood Hotel A E Underwood 
United Farmers of B C J Carlin sec 
Weaver H P boat builder 
White Alex carloader ARL Co 
Wilson E C asst postmaster 
Wing Chong restaurant 
Wittner John harness mkr and shoe 

repairer 
Yep Num prop Chase Restaurant 

Chase Creek, 18 miles long, runs 
into Little Shuswap Lake, 3 miles 
north of Shuswap. 

CHASE RIVER 

a farming and coal mining settle- 
ment at mouth of Chase River, which 
is 6 miles long and runs into south 
end of Nanaimo Harbor, 3 miles 
south of Nanaimo, the post office. 
Is 70 miles north of Victoria in Na- 
naimo City Electoral District. Has 
public schooL Population 300. Is 
reached from Starks Crossing on the 
E. & N. Railway. 
Benine Duncan miner 
Blunt Adolphus fruit growing 
Critchley Horace mining and sec of 

school board 
Critchley Seth miner 
Custison Andrew miner 
Custison Chas miner 
Custison Henry miner 
Fielding Frederick miner 
Fielding Willard miner 
Gilmour David miner 
Greenway John mine stableman 
Haapla Matthew miner 
Haasanen Alex miner 
Hagg John miner 
Hancock Thos miner 
Harris John poultry breeding 
Hendrickson Michael farming 
Hieta John miner 
Hooker John miner 
Houghton Andrew miner 
Johnson Jas miner 
Keaist Wm J miner 
Kivela Fred miner 
Koivu Adolph miner 
Koskela Jack miner 
Koskela Nilcholas miner 
Laine August shingle mill 
Lanemi August miner 
Lehtomaki John miner 
Luoma Matthew miner 
McDonald Thos farming (Newcastle 

E dist) 
Mclntyre Nell miner 
Mackenzie Colin miner 
Maasanen Timothy miner 
Maki August miner 
Maki Constantlne miner 
Maki John V miner 
Maki Nicholas miner 
Manson Wm R 
Matilainen Elias miner 
Mercer Robt miner 
Myllymaki W^erner miner 
Xeen Wm J miner 
Xummela Oscar miner 
Ostle Christopher miner 
Ostle Thos miner 
Picknic F miner 
Polkenhorn John miner 
Prince John farming 
Flallison Jas miner 
Rallison Richard mine foreman 
Raynor Herbert carpenter 
Reay Richard miner 
Salo Emanuel carpenter 
Shaw Thos miner 
Sillanpaa Wester miner 
Soderback John miner 
Stafford Matthew miner 




''Built 
for ^ 
Sleep" 

Bedsteads 

Springs 

Mattresses 

Including 
the Famous 

Ostermoor 

SIMMONS 
1 IMITED 

Vancouver 

and 

Victoria 



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Jos. 

Blackburn 

& Son 

Scale 
Mechanics 

Jobbing 
Engineers 

Mechanical 
Repair* 

Phone Sey. 7004 

1172 Howe St. 
(S«ax) 

Vancouver 



Crosby 

Printing 

Co. 

Stationers 

Printers 

Embossers 

Office 
Supplies 



Phone: 
Seymour 261 

306 
Tower Bldg. 

Vancouver 
B. c. 



Stephens Geo mjning mech 
Stewart John fruit growing 
Stonehouse Robt miner 
Timmins Jos dairying 
Timmins Wm miner 
Todd John hothouse gardening 
Wardle Mrs Lucy 
Wilkinson Thos miner 
Wright Wm miner 

CHASM 

a station on the P. G. E. Ry., and 
Cariboo Road, 13 miles north of 
Clinton, the post office, in Lillooet 
Provincial Electoral District. Ship- 
ping point for cattle from Chilcotin 
District has accommodation for 500 
head. The actual chasm is 4 miles 
long and 800 feet deep with lake at 
bottom. 
Coghill J K B prop 59-Mile House 

and grocer 
Fairbairn Geo ranching 
Fifty-Nine Mile House J K B Cog- 
hill prop * 
Hutchinson F S agent PGER 

Chas.sepot Rocks, at southeast of 
Digby Island. 

Chatfield Island, on the north of 
Milbank Sound. 

Chatham Channel, on the east side 
of Cracroft Island. 

Chatham Island, off the southeast 
of Vancouver Island. 

Chatham Point, in Sayward District 
of Vancouver Island, at north end of 
Discovery Passage. 

Chatham Sound, between Tslmp- 
sean Peninsula and Dundas Island, 12 
miles west of Prince Rupert. 

CHAUMOX 

a flag station on the C.P.R. main line, 
5 miles east of North Bend, in Yale 
Provincial Electoral District, and 5 
miles west of Keefers, the nearest 
post office. Has public school. 
Washtok J S farming 

CHEAKAMUS 

a station on the P.G.E. Ry., 12 miles 
north of Squamish, North Vancouver 
Provincial Electoral District, in the 
Cheakamus Valley. Population 30. 
Local resources: Logging and farm- 
ing. Address mail via Brackendale 
post office. 
Davis John teacher 
Gordon & Walker loggers 
Midnight A section man 
Midnight Chas section foreman 
Mills Dave farming 
Ogale Ben section man 
Osterovitch A section man 
Patterson John section foreman 

Cheakamus River, 32 miles long, 
flows south into the Squamish 
River 5 miles north of Squamish. 

CHEAM VIEW 

a post office and station on the C. 
N.R., 14 miles west of Hope and 18 
east of Chilliwack, the nearest busi- 
ness centre, in the Yale Provincial 
Electoral District. Nearest telegraph 
G.N.W. at Rosedale. Population 40. 
Local resources: Farming and stock 
raising. 

Brown J J farming 
Charles Nelson farming 
Cheer T farming 



Dahl A farming 

Gladys B farming 

Gordell farming 

Hess W farming 

Hirrling John farming 

Kinnenon D farming 

Nelson A farming 

Nickerson A L stock raising and PM 

Simplex Mill Mfg Co Ltd Geo West- 

cott mgr shingle bolts 
Tom Pak farming 
Waldron James H dairy farming 
Western Canada Lime Co Ltd 

Chee-Kee River, 8 miles long, runs 
into Cheakamus River, 7 miles north 
of Squamish. 

CHEE KYE 

a railway stop at Government road 
crossing on the P. G. E. Ry., 10 
miles north of Squamish, in North 
Vancouver Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. Population 20. Ranching, tim- 
ber, minerals, river and lake fishing. 
Brackendale is the post office. 
Gray R C storekeeper 
Leavitt C farming 
Lundberg C contractor 
Radford J fruit growing 
Thompson J E laborer 
Tubbs F W retired 
Tutin G C fruit 
Wallace W jitney to Squamish 

Chehalis Lake, 5 miles long, about 
8 miles west of Harrison Lake. 

Chehalis River, 10 miles long, runs 
from Chehalis Lake into Harrison 
River. 

CHEMAINUS 

a post office and village on E. & N. 
Ry. and the Island Highway, 51 miles 
north of Victoria, in Cowichan Pro- 
vincial Electoral District, east coast 
of Vancouver Island. Office of Sub- 
Collector of Customs outport of Na- 
naimo. Has public school, Anglican, 
Baptist and R. C. churches. Has C. 
P. Telegraph and B. C. Telephone. 
Population 500. Local resources: 

Lumber manufacturing (quarter mil- 
lion cut daily) and shipping direct 
to all markets; logging and farming. 

Albee E VL & M Co 
Anketell-Jones Edw M ranching 
Anketell-Jones P W farming 
Bailey B G teamster 
Banon H C mixed farming 
Barber-Starkey F W G ranching 
Barr Geo planer VL & M Co 
Bateman J retired 
Beacham F mach VL «fe M Co 
Behman J edger VL & M Co 
Bidlake L Ainsley emp VL & M Co 
Blair M poultry farming 
Bonsall H cattle raising 
Booth H L chauffeur VL & M Co 
Bowden Ernest W mach VL & M Co 
Bradshaw B teamster VL & M Co 
Brazier H matchman VL & M Co 
B C Telephone Co Mrs D Bonde 
Brown H planer VL & M Co 
Burton A H saw flier VL & M Co 
Calwallader A emp V L & M Co 
Calwallader R stevedore V L & M Co 
Campbell Ken H emp V L & M Co 
Cantrill Wm M stevedore 
Carey Leonard engineer 
Caswell Martin mixed farming 
Cathcart Doris opr B C Tel Co 
Cathcart Hazel dept asst PM 
Cathcart Henry J retired 
Cathcart Miriam O 



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Cathcart W carpenter V L & M Co 
Cathev Chas engineer 
Cathey Kenneth V L & M Co 
Chalmers Jos lightkeeper Bare Point 
' Chatters Fred retired 
Chatters J P carpenter V L & M Co 
<"h*>mainus General Hospital Blanche 
'.Veils matron 
mainus Hotel V L & M Co 
i ..emainus Recreation Club 
Chong Hing general store 
Collyer Arthur E hotel keeper 
; Cook Rev Earl M Baptist minister 

Cook Gordon planer V L & M Co 
' Cook Jas laborer V L. & M Co 
Cornish C mixed farming 
Cryer W of Cryer & Halhead 
Cryer & Halhead general store 
Daniels Alfred H farming 
Davenport D emp V L & M Co 
Davis F W timekeeper V L. & M Co 
Davis Dr H C supt Chemainus Gen 

Hospital 
Dobinson H lineman B C Tel Co 
Donald H E farming ins agent 
Dunse Alex setter V L & M Co 
Dunse Angus emp V L & M Co 
Elliott J Donald emp V L & M Co 
EJnglish E G planer V L & M Co 
English R A teamster V L & M Co 
Estridge Wm emp V L & M Co 
Bvanoff J planer V L & M Co 
Evanoff X emp V L. & M Co 
Evanoft S emp V L & M Co 
F^rquher A emp V L •& M Co 
Fong Yuen general store 
Foster J planer V L & M Co 
Fox Geo W steno V L & M Co 
Fox P "W 

Francis Chas tmstr V L & M Co 
Gatus David A store mgr V L & M Co 
Glaswick A edger V L & M Co 
Guertz Rev Father R C priest (Ku- 

per Island) 
Guilbride T farmer 
Gustafson Olaf carpenter 
Halhead Francis A of Crver & Hal- 
head 
Halhead Maurice motor repairs 
Halhead Richmond immig insp 
Hatfield Howard sawyer 
Heslip H E acct V L & M Co 
Hill Lewis G agent 
Hong Hing general store 
Hooker Jos C cruiser 
Horseshoe Bay Inn A E Collyer prop 
Horton Adelaide opr B C Tel Co 
Horton Joseph stevedore V L. & M Co 
Horton Sophie opr B C Tel Co 
Horton W stevedore supt 
Howe E meats 
Inglis Hohn mixed farming 
Jacobsen Gunner conductor VL&M Co 
Jamedran J fireman V L & M Co 
Jarrett Randall customs officer 
Kemper J A emp V L & M Co 
Lany Noel notary agt E & N Ry 
Langner Wm 

Lawless F W H mixed farming 
Lawrence Chas G lumberman 
Lepper Geo E clerk 
Lewlsville Hotel Olsen & Longrigg 

props 
Longrigg & Olsen props Lewlsville 

Hotel 
McBride Richard emp VL&M Co 
McDonald A W VLi&M Co 
McEwan T emp V L & M Co 
Mclnnes A Geo emp V L & M Co 
Mclnnes Cloin mach V L & M Co 
Mclnnis Grace school teacher 
McKinnon Alex D sawyer VL&M Co 
McKmnon Duncan mech V L & M Co 
McKinnon John mach V L & M Co 
McLaughlin L engineer 
McMenamin Louis emp V L & M Co 
Mamguy Richard G land surveyor 



Marshall Jas boom man V L & M Co 

Marshall J F Govt log scaler 

Martin J emp V L & M Co 

Moe Olof blacksmith V L & M Co 

Monk Oscar J barber 

Monk L C lumber surv V L & M Co 

Monk Veta 

Mulr Wm planer V L & M Co 

Murray D W blacksmith V L & M Co 

Murray Irene elk V L & M Co 

Xahu Norman F longshoreman 

Nakishima K general store 

Olsen of Lewlsville Hotel 

Ordano V driver V L & M Co 

O'Rourke Jas miner 

Palmer Edmund J gen mgr V L & 

M Co and postmaster 
Patterson T F retired 
Pearson Nellie elk V L & M Co 
Porter Rev R D Anglican clergyman 
Porter Thos farming dairying 
Porter Walter mixed farming 
Pritchard H school principal 
Pulling G emp V L & M Co 
Reed F A mixed farming 
RIdgeway Christopher H stevedore 
Rise A emp V L & M Co 
Rise Chas boom man V L & M Co 
Rise Joe J boom man VL&M Co 
Rise W setter V L & M Co 
Rivett-Carnac Mollle asst PM 
RIvett-Carnac Percy justice of peace 
Rivett-Carnac Val mach appr V L & 

M Co 
Roberts R P farming (Kuper Island) 
Robertson R section boss 
Robertson Tom driver V L & M Co 
Robinson Cyrus G gardener 
Robinson Geo emp V L & M Co 
Robinson John R lumber surveyor 
Robinson John R jr engineer 
Robinson Louis planer V L & M Co 
Robinson Saml F asst station agt 
Ross Chas D B farming 
Roy N M millwright V L & M Co 
Rowan John V L & M Co 
Shiply J emp V L & M Co 
Sllnger Stephen B farming 
Smiley Henry R foreman 
Smith Arthur C machinist 
Smith Gordon clerk 
Smith Guy fireman V L & M Co 
Smith H J emp V L & M Co 
Smith Irving supt sawmill 
Smith John R blacksmith dep const 
Smith J T fireman VL&M Co 
Stevens O C planer V L & M Co 
Stubbs A E P sales mgr V L & M Co 
Syme Clifford contractor 
Syme Jas contractor 
Taylor J chief eng V L & M Co 
Thomas W J mixed farming 
Trenholm W B yard foreman 
Troop M G emp V L & M Co 
Tweedle Kenneth 

Tyee Smelting Co W J Watson mgr 
Vasheresse E tmstr V L & M Co 
Victoria Lumber & Mfg Co Ltd Ed- 
mund J Palmer gen mgr 
Watson 'W J mgr Tyee Smelting Co 
WTiitehouse F A woodsman VL&M Co 
Williams R H Cedar Co poles 
Wilson P D stevedore 
Work Alex H car builder 
Work A R driver V L & M Co 
Work Frank O driver V L & M Co 
W'ovlbank G emp V L & M Co 
^Vylie Peter teamster 
^Vyllle W planer V L & M Co 
Wynne James farmer 
Year ley F A emp V L & M Co 

Chemainus Bay, on the east coast 
of Vancouver Island, 8 miles north of 
Chemainus. 

Chemainus District, a land district 
on the east coast of Vancouver Is- 
land, at Chemainus. 



Dr. 
T. 

Glendon 

M 
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"The 

Gentle 

Dentist" 

* 
Two Big 
Offices : 

DAWSON 
BLOCK 

(Cor. Main and 
Hastings) 

and Comer 

Georgia 

and 
Granville 



opp. 



Hudson's 
Bay 



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don't pay 

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LABELS. 
TRADE MARKS. 
LETTER HEADS. 

POSTERS. 
ILLUMiriflTED 
ADDRESSES. 



LGhrystal 
& Co. Ltd. 

Building 
Contractors 

Alterations 

Jobbing 

Etc 



"On the Viaduct" 

108 
Georgia St. East 

Vancouver 

B. C. 



Chemainus River, 34 miles long, 
rises in the north of the Cowichan 
Lake District, Vancouver Island, and 
flows east into Horseshoe Bay at 
Chemainus. 

Chemaynac Creek, 9 miles long, 
runs into Naas River 40 miles north 
of Naas Bay. 

Cheops Mountain, 8,870 feet high, 

4 miles northwest of Glacier. 

CHERRY CREEK 

a station on the C.P.R. main line, 
16 miles west of Kamloops, property 
of the B. C. Fruit Lands, Ltd., in 
Kamloops Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. The Cherry Creek ranch, own- 
ed by the company, employes from 

5 to 20 ranch hands, according to 
the season. Has Dominion Govern- 
ment Long Distance Telephone. Lo- 
cal resources: Ranching, farming 
and mining. Address mail Cherry 
Creek, via Kamloops post office. 
Barber Henry Geo farming 
Bartlett Thos farm hand 

Beaton Angus farming 

Beaton Neil A farming 

Bowers Fredk J farming 

British Columbia Fruit Lands Ltd 
owners and operators of Cherry 
Creek ranch Yates Drake mgr 

Cornwall Henry A G ranching 

Dee Arthur E farming 

Dee Chas A M ranching 

Holland John farming 

Kostering John farming 

Lilley John C farming 

Red Cedar Lumber Corp 

Cherry Creek, 15 miles long, runs 
into Kootenay River 7 miles north 
of Fort Steele. 

Cherry Creek, 22 miles east of 
Lumby. 

CHERRY CREEK ROAD 

a farming settlement 2>^ miles north 
of Alberni, the post office, in Alberni 
Electoral District. 

Cherry Point, on the west side of 
entrance to Saanich Inlet, Vancouver 
Island. 

CHERRYVILLE 

a farming district 30 miles from Ver- 
non and 41/4 from Richards in Yale 
Provincial Electoral District, reach- 
ed by stage. Government Telegraph 
at Richlands. Local resources: Ran- 
ching. Land values average from 
$10 to $100 per acre. Address mail 
via Lumby post office. 
Andrews S farmer 
Aumond Alex prospector 
Beavens H C & Sons farmers 
Byers Bert farmer 
Byers W farmer 
Clark Wm logging 
Currie George stock raising 
Ehret Michael ranching 
Fletcher Harry ranching 
Eraser Wm ranching 
Hanson Alf ranching 
Hanson Mrs A J postmistress 
Heine Matthew ranching 
Hemsley Edwin ranching 
Johannson Egnew ranching 
Johnston J C trapper 
Larson Olaf ranching 
McKay Angus ranching 
Merriam Cherley farmer 
Mooris Cecil ranching 
Mooris Fred ranching 



Munro John farmer 
Neal Harry farmer 
Pettes R J farmer 
Puckett Verne farmer 
Recter Gustave ranching 
Robertson Fred ranching 
Robinson Col farmer 
Sailor Joseph farmer 
Sauf August farmer 
Schunter Ernest ranching 
Sinch D farmer 
Specht Herman logging 
Specht Jacob ranching 
Thompson Wm ranching 
Tracey Thomas logging 

Cheslatta Lake, 25 miles long, 37 
miles southwest of Fort Eraser. 

CHEZACUT 

a post office and ranching settle- 
ment in Cariboo Provincial Electoral 
District, reached by stage from Ash- 
croft on the C.P.R., 250 miles, and 
west of Soda Creek, 130. Nearest 
Dominion Government Telegraph sta- 
tion at 150-Mile House, distant 135 
miles. Population 23. Local re- 
sources: stock raising. 
Boyde Edwin J stock raising 
Copeland Wm W stock raising 
Eraser D J laborer 
Kitchen Walter laborer 
Lee E P rancher 

Maxwell Chauncey B stock raising 
Mulvahill John W stock raising ami 

mail contractor 
Mulvahill Mrs Martha postmistress 

CHIEF LAKE 

a post office and farming settlement 
20 miles northwest of Prince George, 
in Fort George Provincial Electoral 
District, reached by stage. Prince 
George is nearest railway and tele- 
graph office of G. T. P. Ry. Has 
public school. Population 100. Lo- 
cal resources: Farming, lumbering 
and trapping. 
Ackerman P farmer 
Allen Mrs Andrew 
Allen A G farming 
Anderson F farming 
Bilderman A farmer 
Bolam John trapper 
Holland N trapper 
Tnsaud P farmer 
Jobson Reginald fire ranger 
Lind N farmer 
Marrah J trapper 
Miller E farming 
Obert A farmer 
Olsen K B farming 
Olson Peter farming 
Petersen E A mixed farming 
Petersen John farming 
Shafer Martin trapper 
Spidel H A farming 
Steele G B farming 
Towers E F W gen store and P M 
Viertl A trapper 
Winterton W farmer 

CHILAKO 

a station on the G. T. P. Ry., 14 
miles west of Prince George, the 
post office and nearest telegraph of- 
fice, in Fort George Provincial Elec- 
toral District, on Nechako River. 
Cassino A section foreman 
Little R farming 
St Clair Harry farming 



Chllako River, tributary 
River, Cariboo District. 



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CHILANCO FORKS 

a ranching settlement on Chilcano 
River, 47 miles west of Alexis Creek, 
in Cariboo Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. Chilcano River is about 50 
miles long and flows from Tatla Lake 
eastward into Chilcoten River, 20 
miles west of Alexis Creek post of- 
fice. It is reached by stage from 
Dog Creek, Hanceville and Alexis 
Creek, and has Dominion Govern- 
ment Telegraph and Telephone office. 
Hellfeier Frank laborer 
Knoll Arthur ranching 

Chilanco River, 26 miles long, 
flows from Tatla Lake eastward into 
the Chilcotin River, 20 miles west of 
Alexis Creek post office. 

CHILCO 

a post office, ranching and farming 
district, 12 miles northeast of Van- 
derhoof, in Cariboo Provincial Elec- 
toral District, reached by road from 
Vanderhoof, the nearest railway sta- 
tion on the G.T.P. Ry. Has public 
school. Population 100. 
Fetterby James H farming 
hert Silas farming 
y Rev Geo J (Anglican) 
1- niilton John Wm farming 
Kalik George W farming 

KTMBAl,!., J. F. 

General Store and Postmaster. 

Lee Geo L watchmaker 



Reid O J justice of the peace 
Reynolds James W farming 
Taylor Henry R farming 

Chllco Lake, 30 miles long. In the 
northwest of the Lillooet District, 
100 miles northwest of Lillooet and 
50 miles northeast of Bute Inlet. 

Chllco River, 53 miles long, runs 
from north end of Chilco Lake north- 
east into Chilcotin River, 15 miles 
west of Alexis Creek. 

CHILCOTIN 

a ranching settlement on Riske 
Creek, the post office, 25 miles north- 
cast of Hanceville and 35 southwest 
of 150-Mile House. See names under 
Riske Creek. 

Chilcotin Lake, 2 miles long, on 
the Chilcotin River, 40 miles north- 
west of Alexis Creek. 

Chilcotin River, 180 miles long, has 
its source near Lat. 125 degrees. 
Long. 52 degrees, and flows north 
through Punkutlaenkut Lake, then 
flows soutlieast and joins the Eraser 
River 88 miles north of Lillooet. 

Chilkat Peak, 6,580 feet high, in 
the northwest of Atlin Division. 

Chilkat River, 50 miles long, flows 
through northwest of Atlin Division 
into Lynn Canal, Alaska. 

Chilkoot Pass, on the boundary of 
Alaska and British Columbia, 25 
miles north of Skagway. 



Chilliwack 



Situated on the south side of the 
tser River, 60 miles east of New 
stminster, in the Chilliwack Pro- 
ial Electoral District, reached by 
X. and B. C Electric railways. 
^^ C.N.R. and C.P.R. telegraph of- 
j; rices, and the Dominion and Canadian 
National Express offices. Office of 
the Chilliwack District Registrar. 
Supreme Court and County Court and 
Sub-Recorder New "Westminster Min- 
ing Division. Has public and high 
schools, Domestic Science and Man- 
ual training. Churches are Anglican, 
Methodist, Presbyterian, Baptist and 
Roman Catholic. Ferry to Harrison 
Mills over Fraser River, to C.P.R., 
auto road to Harrison Lake and Hot 
Springs. Good roads throughout the 
district. Centre of rich agricultural 
and dairying district. Local indus- 
tries include: Steam laundry, pow- 
dered milk factory, paint color fac- 
tory, woodworking factory, creamery, 
cheese factory, monumental works, 
three banks, five garages, three ho- 
tels, and all the other usual busi- 
ness houses. Population 2,000. 
Mayor — J H "W Ashwell 
Aldermen — R K McCammon C B 
Reeves J L Stark Thos H Jackson 
and E C Smith 
City Clerk — Peter T Brown 
Chief of Police — Geo Farrant 
Police Magistrate — P H Wilson JP 
Chief of Fire Dept — J Clazie 
Sec School Board — S Pugh 
Abbott Philip comp C A Barber 
Adamson Alex farming 
Adamson Frank farmer RR 2 
Adamson Geo farmer 
Agar Miss R E school teacher 



Alison Robt farming RR 2 
-\llen "W P farming RR 2 
.A.mos R G farming RR 2 
.A.nderson B farming RR 2 
Anderson Gus prop Maple Leaf Cafe 
Anderson Wm fruit farming R R 2 
.\ndrews W J grocer baker 
Annis W S farming RR 1 
-Archibald Thos frmn A S Goad Mo- 
tors Ltd 
.Armstrong Hy farming RR 2 
.Armstrong Jas retired 
.Arnold F W bicycles 
-Arnold Louis F engineer 
.Arnott Catherine elk Gilbert Co 
-Ashwell Geo W H mgr Ashwell Ltd 
.Ashwell Ltd G W H Ashwell mgr 

general store 
.Ashwell Miss I school teacher 
.Ashwell John H mayor and acct 
-Atkinson Geo Wm carpenter 
.Atkinson Lyle W elk Royal Bank 
.\tkinson Robt farming 
.Atkinson Wm auctioneer 
-Atkins Robt O farmer 
-Auld S B farming 
Ballam A L draying 
Ballam Harry farming RR 2 
Banford Bros dairying stock RR 2 
Banford Robt J meat market 
Bank of Montreal G O Nesblt mgr 
Banyard Arthur H farmer 
Barber -A. A farming RR 1 
Barber Chas A job printer 
BARBKTt, HASKV J. 

Druggist and Stationer. 
Barker -A S farming RR 1 
Barker J farming RR 1 
Barker W dairy farming RR 1 
Barnard A farming RR 1 
Barnes C J mail courier RR 2 
Barr Henry farming RR 1 



For 

Women's 
and 
Misses' 
Ready- 
to-wear, 
Shoes, etc 




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Layritz 
Nurseries 

Fruit and 
Ornamental 
Trees, 
Hollies, 
Roses, 
Rhodo- 
dendrons, 
Small Fruits, 
Perennials, 
Etc. 

Oldest and 

Best 

Established 

Nurseries in 

British 

Columbia 

VICTORIA 

B.C. 



Dickson's 

Importing 

Tea and Coffee 

Co., Limited 

Wholesale and 
Retail Import- 
ers, Roasters, 
Blenders and 
Packers 

TEAS 

COFFEES 

COCOA 

Send for Prices 
and Samples 

Prompt Attention 
to Retail or 

Wholesale Orders 

Shipments by 
parcel post (duty 
free) to any point 
in Canada, U. S. 
or abroad. 

317-321 
Columbia Ave. 

Vancouver 

B.C. 



Barratt A B farming RR 2 

Barratt Wm hides and meats 

Barrow A farming RR 2 

Barrow Miss E dressmaking 

Barrow Ed Min of Agric 

Barton D farming RR2 

Barton E H sheep cattle RR 2 

Bartram Wm J farmer 

Bathgate J J mixed farming RR2 

Bathgate "Wm farmer 

Batty Gladys money order P O elk 

Batty Thos farming 

Baxendale Mrs caretaker Hart bldg 

Beldam Percival B retired 

Bell Elmer P mech Chilliwack Gar- 
age 

Bell Milly typist Bk of Montreal 

Bell Wm farming RR 2 

Bellerose Richd A laborer 

Bellerose Wm E farmer 

Bennett Beatrice waitress Empress 
Hotel 

Berry Lena and Cathernie Fisher 
milliners 

Berry Thos 

Betts Harold C chemist H J Barber 

Bilbey Wm C shoe repairer Wm E 
Bilbey 

Bilbey W E shoe repairer 

Bird Ernest of Bird & Legg 

BIBS & I.BGO 

(XIrnest Bird, Jolin W. ^eg'g'.) Op- 
tometrists and Optical Specialists. 

Bishop Walter mech Chilliwack Auto 

Service 
Blackwell Reg machinist 
Blakeburn Olive dental nurse J C 

MacDonald 
Blakeburn W Arthur carpenter 
Bloore John B laborer 
Bloore J B poultry raising 
Blow W A farming RR 1 
Blythe Walter E elk Bank of Montrl 
Bohart Bros (Seth H and Robt H) 

taxi 
Bohart Robt H jr rest and conf 
Bohart Robt H trans and express 
Bohart Seth H of Bohart Bros 
Bohart Thos H butcher 
Bonnycastle C G retired 

BONNVCASTI.B, THOS. 

Chilliwaclc Auto & Taxi Service. 
Garage and Repairs. Gas Station, 
Oils and Greases. G. M. C. Trucks 
and Beo Cars. Battery Service. 

Bowes J H barrister and solicitor 
Bowden Ella waitress Maple Leaf 

Cafe 
Bowman Harris blksmth Semple & 

Semple' 
Bowman James horse trainer 
Bowman J W carpenter 
Boyd Hugh laborer 



Bradley C L dairy farming RR 2 

Bradley Geo janitor 

Bradley (Geo A) & Toms (Peter) 

grocers 
Bradshaw Wm A laborer 
Bradwin Cecil farming 
Bradwin Edwin J farmer 
Bradwin Geo A carpenter 
Braim Mildred M chf opr Chil Tel 

Co 
Brannick J farming RR 1 
Brennan James F clerk 
Brett Beatrice elk J H Turpin 
Brett Earl of Brett's Garage 
Brett R mixed farming RR 1 
Brett's Service Garage Earl Brett & 

Paul Taylor garage repairs 
Bridge Wm emp F V Milk Producers 

Assn Ltd 
B C Electric Ry Light & Power Dept 

A Manfield dist rep 
B C E R Station Chas J Green agt 
B C Govt Education Dept J C Readey 

dist supt agr education 
Broadhead Reg E jeweler 
Brock Kenneth carpenter 
Brock R H contractor 
Brown Alice elk W T Rolfe 
Brown Chas farming RR 1 
Brown C A farming RR 1 
Brown Miss G K tchr domestic sc 
Brown John L retired 
Brown Peter J city elk sec Chilli- 
wack Hospital 
Brown W E farming RR 1 
Brown W G mixed farming RR 1 
Browne B R farming RR 1 
Bryan Bernard farmer 
Burns Douglas I S acct Denmark & 

Burton 
Burton Jos (Denmark & Burton) 
Burton Percy of Denmark & Burton 
Burton Wm H farming 
Bustin R dairyman RR 2 
Butler Frank farming RR 2 

Cadby F W baker and conf 

Calbick S carpenter 

Caldwell Andrew plumber Farquhar- 
son & Eckel 

Caldwell A plumber 

Calhoun Albt J farming RR 2 

Calhoun E W farming RR 2 

Calhoun J C farming RR 2 

Cambie Harry B acct Bk of Montreal 

Cameron Angus farming 

Campbell Everett miller Rockwell 
Theal & Davison 

Campbell Rev Duncan pastor Pres- 
byterian Church 

Campbell Rev D Presby minister 

Campbell Jas W motorman BCER 

Campbell J H Chilliwack Land Co 

Canadian Bank of Commerce Geo J 
Watt mgr 



B. G. McMIIiI-AN TBD. I.AUGHi;iN 

Phone 85 Phone 164 

Central Taxi Service 

Chilliwack, B. C. 

Telephone 85 

tTF-TO-DATB 7-FASSBNGBB CABS 

Enquire 

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Canadian National Rys City Office R 
Cunninghan\agt A E J Willis sta- 
tion agent 
Canadian Pacific Ry ticket and tele- 
graph James L stark agt 
Candish Bros mixed farming 
Canfield Jas farming 
Carleton David H farming 
Carleton Secord S bookkeeper 
Carlson Hugh elk Menzies Hardware 

Co Ltd 
Carlson Murray elk Ashwell Ltd 
Carlson Yule tailor 
Carmichael Maude sch tehr 
Carmichael John W farming RR 1 
Carroll J B farming RR 1 
Carscadden W D mixed farming RR 2 ; 
Carson Harry farmer RR 1 i 

Carson S M ins mgr Home-Makers \ 
Ltd I 

Carter Geo C tailor and cleaner | 

Cartmell Bessie cashier Ashwell Ltd j 
Cartmell J dairy farming I 

Cartmell Herbert farming | 

Cawley S A of Cawley Smith & Caw- I 
ley ! 

Cawley Sniith & Cawley real est and ! 
farm lands I 

Cawley's Grocery Fredk Parker mgr j 

CENTS Ai; TAXI 

M. E. Iiaaghlm and E. C McMillan, 
Props. .(See advt.) 

Chadsey G E dairy farming RR 1 
Chadsey L L laborer 
Chadwick John X laborer 
Chambers Jas farming RR 2 
Chapman David farming RR 2 
Chapman J E mixed farming RR 2 
Chapman & Davies florists 
Charlton Chester elk Denmark & 

Burton 
Charlton Geo H engineer 
Chidlow W E farming RR 1 
Childerhose Joseph wheelwright and 

agr impts 
Chilliwack Auto & Taxi Service Thos 

Bonnycastle prop 
Chilliwack Bakery Wm S Duthie prop 
Chilliwack Electric Co Ltd Ralph 

Marsh mgr electrical contractors 
Chilliwack Farmers Inst W H Mc- 

Ewan sec 
Chilliwack Garage Partlo & Edwards 

props agts Studebaker cars 
Chilliwack Hospital Peter Brown sec 

Elizabeth Scott Gray matron 

CHUiIiI-WACK HOTEi; 

W. T. Johnstone and W. Im. Thom- 
son, Props. 

CHII.I.rWACK IiAD'TWEAS 
K. A. Iia^erwall, Mgr. 

CSII.I.I'WACK liAKS CO. 

(J. H. Campbell and Wm. Mac- 
Kirdy.) Real Estate, Insurance and 
Parm l^ands. 

Chilliwack Producers Exchange pro- 
duce etc A Greenwood mgr 

CKITiTirWACK PB06RESS 

CWeekly, Thursday.) The Colum- 
bian Co., X.td., PubUshers. (New 
'Westminster. ) 

Chilliwack Shoe Co C W Muirhead 
mgr 

Chilliwack Telephone Co Ltd Percy 
H "Wilson mgr 

Chilliwack United Growers Assn Ltd 
H M Eddie pres G H Fulton sec 
Fruit Growers Canners and Ship- 
pers Hart blk 

CHIIirirWACX & VAIiItEY STEAM 
LAUNDRY 
H. S. Drummond-Hay, R. C. Har- 
rison, H. P. Moore, Props. Modem 
Equipment. Transient Service. 



Chilliwack Vulcanizing "Works Leslie 

H Eyres and J Victor Logan props 
City Meat Market R J Banford prop 
City Transfer Co (Shiels & Ford) 
Clark Geo farming 
Clark Mae elk Ashwell Ltd 
Clazie James mechanic 
Clegg Hy B pres GWVA 
Clements R farming poultry RR 1 
Collier C S dentist 
Colling James W farmer 
Collins Rev Father priest R C church 
Colling Robt Ideal Grocery 
Colling W^alter elk Ideal Grocery 
Collinson Robt retired 
Compeau Robt livery and feed stable 
Comrie G H assayer Pacific Color 

Mfg Co Ltd 
Connett John farming RR 1 
Cook E W painter 
Cook F G mixed farming RR 2 
Cook J farming RR 2 
Cooper H dairy farming RR 2 
Coote Andrew L farmer 
Coote Russell L farmer 
Copeland J H farming RR 1 
Copeland "W J whsmn Westminster 

Grain Co 
Coulter A "W mixed farming RR 2 
Cowan Chas H pres and mgr C H 

Cow^n Drug Co Ltd 
Cowan C H Drug Co Ltd C H Cowan 

mgr drugs sta etc 
Crane E A financier 
Crawford Arthur waiter Maple Leaf 

C^fe 
Oessman Roxie nurse Chil Gen Hoso 
Crocker H A of Valley Vulcanizing 

Co 
Cross Geo L carpenter 
Cruickshank Norman farming 
Culham Martin farmer RR 2 
Cunningham R city agt CNR 
Cusaek U B farming RR 1 
Dangerfield F S mixed farming 
Darough Neil farmer 
Davidson Herbert elk Cawley Groc 
Davies John L of Munro Hdw Co 
Davies J L of Chapman & Davies 
Davies W V dentist 
Davis Chas E farmer 
Davis Chas W farmer 
Davis C C dairy farming RR 2 
Davis John mixed farming RR 2 
Da vis. T E chiropractor 
Davis W E office mgr Dom Express 

and CPR ticket and telegraphs 
Day D H cabinetmaker 
Delong John G farmer 
Denike C R jeweler 
Denmark Wm (Denmark & Burton) 
Denmark & Burton (Wm Denmark J 

and P Burton) hardware paints 

seeds 
Densham Harold farmer 
Dickie F mason 
Dickinson A W farming RR 2 
Dtxon E R farming RR 2 
Dominion Express James L Stark agt 
Dow Alfred tinsmith C F Ratzraan 
Donaldson C^apt T farming RR 2 

DOW^ETT, CHAS. P. 

Portrait Photographer. 
Dowsett Frank A laborer 
Drummond-Hay H S of Chilliwack & 

Valley Steam Laundry 
Duncan Lillian nurse Chil Gen Hosp 
Dundas David S retired 
Dunn John H farming RR 1 
Dunn Marjorie elk Bk of Montreal 
Durand L fanning RR 2 
Dusterhoeft W fire and life ins 
Duthie Wm S prop Chilliwack Bakery 
Eason J school teacher 
Eckel Simon of Farquharson & Eckel 
Edmonds B J emp Chilliwack Elec- 
tric Co Ltd 



Biggs 

Anderson 

Odium 

I.IMITED 

PRINTERS 

* 
"Society" 

Announce- 
ments 

Invitations 

Visiting 

Cards 

At Homes 

Programmes 

Weddings 

Memorials 

"Commer- 
cial" 

Letter Heads 

Blotters 

Loose Leaf 

Sheets 

Special Ruled 

and Printed 

Forms 

* 

Biggs 

Anderson 

Odium 

TiTMITED 

PRINTERS 

517 Granville 

Vancouver 



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Foreign 

Finance 

Company 

Foreign 
Exchange 

Foreign 
Bonds 

Foreign 
Currency 

Drafts Issned 
on all Parts 

Money Orders 
Travellers 

Cbectnes 
Travellers 
Insurance 

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Complete List 
of 

FARMS 



A complete list 
of acreagre and 
farm lands ad- 
jacent to Van- 
conver and 
Westminster. 

414 Seymour 
Vancouver 



Edmondson A M mixed farming RR 
2 

Edmondson Chas N farming RR 2 

Edmondson J C farming RR 2 

Edmondson Mark retired 

Edmondson Wm E farmer 

Edwards Prank G of Chilliwack Gar- 
age 

Edwards J T dairy farming RR 1 

Edwards Leo mech Cliilliwack Garage 

Elgie A L agt Massey-Harris Co 

Elk Creek Waterworks Co Ltd A H 
Turvey mgr 

Elliott J C phys and surg.Prov Med- 
ical Officer 

Elliott Mary nurse Chil Gen Hosp 

Ellis Wm carpenter 

Emmonds Albert farmer 

EKFBZSSS HOTEX. 

Mrs. H. Sntor, Proprietress. 

Endicott Wm bkpr Chas A Barber 
Evans J A mixed farming 
Evans Oliver C farming 
Evans Percy farming 
Evans Robt J carpenter 
Evans Wm G farmer 
Evans Wm J elk Denmark & Burton 
Ewen John barrister and solicitor 
Eyles Geo T farming RR 2 
Eyres Leslie H of Chilliwack Vul- 
canizing Works 
Fairall H aerated waters fruit syrup 
Farquharson James C of Parquhar- 

son & Eckel 
Parquharson & Eckel tinsmiths and 

plumbers 
Parrant Geo bricklayer 
Parrant Harry chief of police 
Ferguson James tmstr P V Milk 

Prodr Assn Ltd 
Ferguson A C farming RR 1 
Ferguson James teamster RR 1 
Perrera Cheese Mfg Co Ltd 
Ferris P Lynn emp Pacific Color Mfg 

Co Ltd 
Ferris W P furn and toys 
Petterley D farming 
Fetterley Norman farmer 
Petterly Lila M elk S Pugh 
Field H W farming RR 2 
Finney Clarence chauffeur Chilliwack 

Auto Service 
Fisher Catherine of Berry & Fisher 
Fisher Wm retired RR 1 
Fitzpatrick Wm bkpr Lillie's Garage 
Fleming Geo E agt Singer Sewing 

Machine 
Fleming James G farmer 
Floyd J A dairy farming RR 2 
Ford A Geo blksmth Semple & 

Semple 
Ford Jas farming RR 1 
Ford John E laborer 
Ford Percy E teamster 
Forrest Robt J elk Chas Parker 
Forry Prank laborer 
Foss R W asst station agt CNR 
Foster F dairyman RR 2 
Fox Chas mgr Ashwell Clothing Ltd 
Fowler Jos farming RR 1 
Powlie T mixed farming RR 2 
Fraser Valley Lumber Yards Ltd W 

R Nelems mgr 
Fraser Valley Milk Producers Assn 

Ltd W K MacLeod local mgr 
Fulton A G farming 
Fulton G H sec Chilliwack United 

Growers Assn Ltd 
Pulton Keeler farming RR 1 
Gagnon D A farming RR 1 
Gales Wm janitor Merchants Bk 
Galloway Jonathan W fruit grower 
Galloway Reece comp Progress 
Galloway Reece comp Progress 
Galloway Stephen appr Progress 
Game Geoffrey O farmer RR 2 
Gammon Matilda G elk Gilbert Co 



Gammon Wm H farmer 

Garner C R mixed f&rjgnmg 

Gee Yuen laundry 

Gentry W A J farming RR 1 

George David towerman 

George P A farming RR 2 

Gibb J W sec treas Pacific Color 

Mfg Co Ltd 
Gibbens T dairy farming 
Gibbs Walter farmer RR 1 
Gibson Jos larming 
Gilbert Walter R mgr Gilbert Co 
Gilbert Co W R Gilbert mgr dry 

goods millinery etc 
Giles Robt retired 
Gillanders A H farming RR 1 
Gillanders M F farming RR 2 
Gillis B J farming RR 1 
Glover P Joseph elk W J Andrews 
Glover Geo E trackman 
Goard A S sales mgr A S Goard Mo- 
tors Ltd 
Goard A S Motors Ltd Jas B Wilson 

mgr Ford dealers trucks trailers 

tractors and repairing 
Goodacre C M agt Imperial Oil Ltd 
Goodall Thos B sec treas A S Goard 

Motors Ltd 
Goodell G F farming RR 2 
Goodwin James laborer 
Gould Archibald emp F V Milk Prodr 

Assn Ltd 
Gould Richard farming 
Govt Liquor Control Board H A 

Laughlin vendor 
Gowans Jas farming 
Grafton Wm A farming 
Graham Arthur elk H M Johnson 
Graham Robt farming 
Grand John emp P V Milk Prodr 

Assn Ltd 
Grant C E poultry raising RR 2 
Grant D R elk H Smith 
GWVA Geo Taylor sec 
Green Chas J agt BCER 
Green J T farming RR 2 
Green Kathelene waitress Empress 

Hotel 
Greenhow & McCune props Lillie's 

Garage 
Greenwood Albert mgr Chilliwack 

Producers Exchange 
Grieve J dairyman RR 2 
Grigg J O farming RR 2 
Grossman Carl farming RR 2 
Groves Carl mech A S Goard Mo- 
tors Ltd 
Groves John W farmer 
Groves Wesley J carpenter 
Guinet J D RR 2 
Guy Fred auto painter 
Haines A mixed farming RR 2 
Hall Francis D B elk F V Milk Pro- 
ducers Assn Ltd 
Hall J L farming RR 2 
Halpenny Ida sec Chilliwack Electric 

Co Ltd 
Halpenny Thos C janitor 
Halpenny Violet elk Chilliwack Bkry 
Hamilton A J farming RR 2 
Hamilton Flossie opr Chilliwack Tel 

Co 
Hamilton Harvey F farming RR 2 
Hamilton Jos farming RR 2 
Hamilton J M elk Royal Bank of 

Canada 
Hamilton R S farming RR 2 
Hamilton Wm farming RR 2 
Harding C A dairy farming RR 2 
Harding H J constable 
Hardy J A farming RR 1 
Harrison R C of Chilliwack & Valley 

Steam Laundry 
Harvey Wilbert M electrician 
Haselon W farming 
Hasler James emp Pacific Color Mfg 

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Hasloh Wm carp Pacific Color Mfg 
Co Ltd 

Hastings George farmer 

Hastings Wm farmer 

Hawkshaw W H farming RR 1 

Hawkshaw W H & Sons stock breed- 
ers RR 1 

Hawthorne Chas cattle RR 2 

Hayes Chas A farming 

Heal S R farming RR 2 

Hearsey Hy W carpenter 

Henderson John C retired 

Henderson 'John C jr slsmn Chilli- 
wack Producers Exchange 

Henderson Dr J C mun health officer 

Henderson R J undertaker 

Henderson Store Gilbert Co props 
dry goods millinery etc 

Henley J T meat market 

Henricks John baker Chilliwack Bkry 

Henshaw R H farming RR 2 

Hewitt O P barber with G A Weeks 

Hickman John farming RR 1 

Hipwell Harry D druggist 

Hodgins Francis J farmer 

Hodgins Jas U farming 

Hodgins W H mixed farming 

Hoick T H farming RR 2 

Holden Herbert J farming RR 2 

HOBEE-MAKEBS, TWE, X.TI>. 

W. I<. MacUn, Mgr. Real Estate, 
Insurance and Financial Agents. 
Hopkins Mrs E J bee keeping 
Hopkinson Ernest F mechanic 
Houston Bella elk The Palms 
Houston Jas R transfer 
Houston J A farming RR 1 
How Wm J farmer 
Hubbard J dairyman RR 1 
Hudson R K lineman Chil Tel Co 
Huff M retired 
Hughes J P farming RR 2 
Huhndorf Carl R barber 
Humphrey A E B C Land Surveyor 
Humphrey A K of Valley Vulcaniz- 
ing Co 
Humphrey Carrie milliner Gilbert Co 
Humphrey Albert E surveyor 
Humphreys A E land surveyor 
Humphrej's John P music teacher 
Humphries J P teacher of violin 
Humphries Mrs Nellie A L C M 

teacher of music 
Hunt Therma elk Cawley's Grocery 
Hunt W^alter J S teamster 
Hunsperger Benjamin retired 
Hutchings Lydia R elk H J Barber 
Hutchinson John city asst agt CNR 
Hutchison Jas C clerk Parsons & 

Nelmes 
Hutchison James C plumbing and 

heating 
Ideal Grocery (R Colling A Knox) 
Imperial Oil Ltd C M Goodacre agt 
Imperial Theatre moving pictures 

W A Wilkinson mgr 
Ironside G C (Ironside & Nicolson) 
Ironside & Nicolson (G C Ironside 

M Nicolson) blacksmiths 
Irwin B A retired 
Irwin Pearl waitress Maple Leaf 

Cafe 
Jack Thos farming RR 1 
Jackman W T comp Progress 
Jackson Letltia acct Home-Makers 
Jackson Thos H farming and alder- 
man 
James Wm gardener 
Jamieson Alex elk Ashwell'Ltd 
Jamieson A G inst Technical school 
Jarvis James A farming RR 1 
Jesperson Hy dairyman RR 2 
Jesperson P A dairyman RR 2 
Jess Alex farming RR 2 
Johnson Chas E sec foreman CNR 
Johnson Howard M 
Johnson H M grocer 



Johnson Isaac elk Mcintosh Shoe Co 
Johnson R W sec frmn CNR 
Johnson Sam pool and billiards 
Johnston Alex farming 
Johnston A dairy farming RR 1 
Johnston Miss C school teacher 
Johnston D W farming RR 1 
Johnston Mrs Henry farming RR 1 
Johnston H L farming bees RR 2 
Johnston Jas farming RR 1 
Johnston John A farmer 
Johnston Mary teacher 
Johnston II C dairy farming RR 1 
Johnston Saml R farmer RR 2 
Johnston Wm farming 
Johnstone W T of Chilliwack Hotel 
Jones Jas M farming RR 2 
Jones Leonard track foreman BCER 
Jubb F (Valley Meat Market) 
Jubb F of Valley Meat Market 

Keenleyside J J farming 

Keith Mrs S W farming RR 1 

Keith M A dairy farming RR 1 

Kelley Wm W laborer 

Kelly H D farming RR 1 

Kerr Chas farming RR 2 

Kerr J G ledger Bank of Commerce 

KJckbush Fredk C farmer RR 1 

Kickbush F C farming RR 1 

King Clara maid Empress Hotel 

Kipp Edward ydman Eraser Valley 

Lumber Yards Ltd 
Kipp E A contractor 
Kipp Frank farising 
Kipp Fredk J teamster 
Kipp Geo A shed man BCER 
Kipp Helen elk BCER Light & Power 
Kipp Henry farming 
Kipp J E bee keeping 
Kipp Wilfred asst agt BCER depot 
Knight Gordon farming 
Knight Lumber Co (T P Knight) 
Knight Lyle F opr CPR telegraph 
Knight Thos machinist 
Knight T P of Knight Lbr Co 
Knight Wm fruit growing 
Knox Archd of Ideal Grocery 
Knox Isabella F bkpr Elk Creek 

Waterworks Co Ltd 
Knox J dairy farming 

Lagerwall R A mgr Chilliwack Lady- 
wear 
Lamb H M mech hlpr Lillie's Garage 
Liing Geo tailor Yule (Carlson 
La Pierre Louis A civil servant 
Larter David farmer 
Laufehlin G J farming RR 2 
Laugh lin H A vendor Govt Liquor 

Store 
Laughlin M E of Central Taxi 
Laviolette Adolph cutter City Meat 

Market 
Law T E farming RR 2 
Lawrence A farming RR 2 
Lawrence Thos A farmer 
Lay Daniel T miner 
Leary Fredk prop The Palms 
Leathers G poultry raising 
Legg John W of Bird & Legg 
Lehrman Chas farming RR i 
Lehrman F mixed farming RR 1 
Lehrman H dairy farming RR 1 
Leslie D A farming 
Lewis Edwin C engineer 
Lillie's Garage Thos Greenhow and 
A S McCune props auto garage and 
repairs 
Lilly Walter P farming 
Logan J Victor of Chilliwack Vul- 
canizing Works 
Love Robt H contractor 
Love Wm farming RR 2 
Lowe Harold mech A S Goad Motors 

Ltd 
Lundee Swan plumber C F Ratzman 
Lyle Frank B mgr Roval Bank of 
d^nada 




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Co., Ltd. 

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Retail 

Office Equipment 
Desks and Chairs 
Books, Maps 
School Supplies 
Blackboards, Etc. 
Photo Supplies 
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Phone 
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Building 

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McCaffrey R physician 

McCammon House Furnishing Co 

Robt K McCammon prop house 

furnishings 
McCammon Robt K of McCammon 

House Furnishing Co 
McCammon Theo T of McCammon 

House Furnishing Co 
McConnell J dairy farming RR 2 
McConnell J A farming RR 2 
McConnell Peter farming 
McCorquodale John barber 
McCutcheon John retired 
McCutcheon W H farming 
McDonald Angus retired 
McDonald Hugh R farming 

McBONTAI^D, J. C. 

Dentist. 
McDonald T H farming RR 1 
MacDonald Wm C engineer 
McElwee S dairy farming RR 1 
McEwen Harold A farming 
McEwen W H farming 
McFarlane J farming RR 2 
McGillivray Donald C retired 
McGillivray Donald C 
McGillivray J W Jersey cattle 
McGrath Walter farming RR 2 
McHattie J 
Mcintosh John J elk Mcintosh Shoe 

Co 
Mcintosh R J bees poultry etc 

McIlTTOSH SHOE CO. 

Bod J. Mcintosh, Mgr. Dealers 
in Men's, I^adies' and Children's 
Shoes. 

Mclntyre John retired 
McKay D H vet surgeon 
McKay Hector retired 
McKenzie Alex dairy farming RR 2 
MacKirdy Wm (Chilliwack Land Co) 
McLaughlin Hugh pool room bowl- 
ing alley cigars and tobacco 
McLeod Jas E farming RR 2 
McLeod John farming RR 2 
MacLeod W K mgr Fraser Valley 

Milk Producers Assn Ltd 
McManus Felix opr Imperial Theatre 
McManus Felix retired 
McManus Miss school teacher 
McMillan E G of Central Taxi 
MacNair C M mixed farming RR 2 
McNaughton A F eng Pacific Color 

Mfg Co Ltd 
McPhail Duncan tailor and cleaner 
McRory F C elk Ashwfell Ltd 
Macken W L mgr Home-Makers Ltd 
Madden C R farming RR 2 
Malcolm A bee keeping 
Malcolm Benj T mgr Malcolm Shoe 

Co 
Malcolm Lome mech A S Goad Mo- 
tors Ltd 
Malcolm Marie registration elk PO 
Malcolm Norman McD farming 
Malcolm Shoe Co Benj T Malcolm 

mgr shoes retail 
Malmas John farming RR 2 
Malott Jason coal wood 
Manfleld A dist rep BCER Light and 

Power 
Maple Leaf Cafe Gus Anderson prop 
Marineau Edward cond BCER 
Marrs G T dairy farming RR 2 
Marriot Florence opr Chil Tel Co 
Marsh Ralph mgr Chil Elec Co Ltd 
Marshall J B mixed farming RR 2 
Marshall Miss M school teacher 
Marshall R retired 
Martin Edw B farming RR 2 
Martin Eva K nurse 
Martin Mabel elk C P White & Co 
Martin Peter W retired 
Martin Robt B retired 
Martin Roy mech Lillie's Garage 
Masecar Clarence L electrician 



Masecar C A chf eng BCER sub 

station 
Massey-Harris Co Ltd A L Elgie agt 

agric impts 
Matheson Miss school teacher 
Maude S farming RR 1 
Maurer Geo billiards cigars 
Maurer Joseph elk Geo Maurer 
Maynard J T with Home-Makers Ltd 

MBIiI-ABD, SAMUEI> 

Postmaster, Notary Public and 
Commissioner for S. C^ B. C. 

Menzies Alex farming 

Menzies Arthur E of Menzies Hdwre 

Co Ltd 
Menzies Duncan E farming 
Menzies Fred A mng dir Menzies 

Hardware Co 
Menzies Hardware Co Ltd Fredk A 

Menzies mng dir 
Menzies John Mc of Menzies Hdwre 

Co Ltd 
Menzies Myrtle A sec-treas Menzies 

Hdwre Co Ltd 
Mercer Alex farming RR 1 
Mercer F emp P V Milk Producers 

Assn Ltd 
Mercer Hugh farming RR 1 
Mercer John S farming 
Mercer Leslie elk City Meat Mkt 
Merchants Delivery Bert Waddington 

prop 
Meredith Bailey P teller Bank of 

Montreal 
Merriott Oliver elk Hugh McLaugh- 
lin 
Miller C J farming RR 1 
Milton Morley H vet surgeon 
Minter G O farming 
Mofflt (R) & Stewart (P) blksmth 
Moore H F of Chilliwack & Valley 

Steam Laundry 
Moore Jos D physician and surgeon 
Moore Walter H farming RR 1 
Morden D farming 
Morgan H farming 
Moss G mixed farming RR 2 
Motes Saml grocer 
Muir C mixed farming 
Muir J C dairy farming RR 2 
Muir Wm farming RR 1 
Muirhead C W mgr Chilliwack Shoe 

Co 
Muirhead Hazel waitress Royal Htl 
Muirhead R J farming RR 2 
Munn Hector foreman Pacific Color 
Munro A mixed farming RR 2 

Mfg Co Ltd 
Munro E A dairy farming RR 2 
Munro Hardware Co Jas Munro mgr 
Munro James mgr Munro Hardware 

Co 
Munro Vern C of Munro Hardware 

Co 
Munro Wm A farming RR 2 
Murray Cameron F farming 
Murray Colin farming 
Murray Jas farming poultry 
Murray John farming RR 2 
Mutrie A farming RR 2 
Naden Geo trainman BCER 
Nedham S J dairy farming RR 2 
Nelmes Albert E teamster 
Nelmes Edgar (Parsons & Nelmes) 
Nelmes W Roy mgr Fraser Valley 

Lumber Yards Ltd 
Nelson Jas farming RR 2 
Nesbit Geo O mgr Bk of Montreal 
Nevard Muriel opr Chil Tel Co 
Nevard Thelma N stenogr Chil Land 

Co 
Nevard W M meats 
Nichol Archd carpenter 
Nichol John O contractor 
Nichols Martin farming RR 1 
Nicholson Lucille elk Gilbert Co 
Nicolson M of Ironside & Nicolson 



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Nixon Albert S farming RR 1 

Nixon H mixed farming RR 1 

Norman Jos farming RR 2 

Northcote John city utility man 

Nottingham Jesse farming 

Nowell Geo C farming 

O'Brien John farmer 

O'Hearn Dora elk Bank of Montreal 

O'Keeffe Maurice tailor Y Carlson 

One Lee Gow Chinese merch laundry 

O'Neil Herbert elk Chilliwack Hotel 

O'Neill Ezra farming 

Orr John farming 

Osborne H C farming RR 2 

Overton Fred appr Guy Auto Paintrs 

FACXFIC COIiOR MFG. CO., I^TD. 
J. H. Campbell, Fres. and Mngf. 
Dir. J. "W. Gibb, Sec.-Treas. Mfrs. 
Mineral Colors. 

Page Aaron E farming 

Page Thos G farming 

Palms The F G Leary prop soft 

drinks 
Parker Albert engineer 
Parker Albert emp F V Milk Prodr 

Assn Ltd 
Parker Chas clothing men's furn 
Parker Fred farming 
Parker Jas A farming RR 2 
Parker John E retired 
Parker W J dairy farming RR 1 
Parry W fruit ranching RR 2 
Parsons (Stephen A) & Nelmes (Ed- 
gar A) clothing shoes 
Partlo Sidney C of Chilliwack Gar- 
age 
Patch Dalmere A elk Geo Maurer 
Patten L A physician 
Patterson Mrs Jas farming RR 1 
Patterson V dairy farming RR 1 
Pearce E farming RR 1 
Pearse Archd "W farming 
Pearson Jas G farmer 
Peers Richard H farming 
Pelly Acton F elk Govt Liquor Store 
Pelly Justinian dep Mining Recorder 
Registrar Supreme and County Cts 
Peppard H farming RR 1 
Percival Ruth nurse Chil Gen Hosp 
Perry Geo bkpr Chilliwack Garage 
Perry Geo bkpr Chilliwack Garage 
Peterson Linda hskpr Royal Hotel 
Philiipson R farming RR 2 
Plumpton John P farming RR 2 
Pook H C plumber J C Hutchison 
Porteous C farming RRl 
Prest Richard farming 
Prest Saml farming 
Prest T mixed farming 
Price G Herbt elk Chil Land Co 
Proctor H mixed farming RR 2 
Progress Printing Co Senator J D 

Taylor mng dir 
Progress The Chilliwack Progress 

Printing Co pubs 
Pugh Samuel elec supplies 
Pyvis Roy emp F V Milk Prodr 

Assn Ltd 
Pyvis W dairy farming RR 1 
Quality Fruit Farms K W Munson 

mgr fruit packers and shippers 
Ragg Rev H R Ang clergyman 
Railton C E farming RR 2 
Raine G H farming RR 1 
Ramsay P B H farming RR 1 
Ratzman Carl F plumbing heating 
Readey J C dist supvr Agr Education 
Reeves Chas B retired 
Reeves Chas B alderman 
Reeves H Jean stenog Royal Bank 

of Clanada 
Richards G T farming RR 2 
Richardson D jtr high school 
Richardson Norman farming 
Rlckman Lloyd painter and decorator 
Riley Harvey E electn Saml Pugh 



Robbins Christine dental nurse W V 

Da vies „ 

Robbins C W poultry raising RR 2 
Roberts James elk Valley Meat Mkt 
Roberts Joseph elk Valley Meat Mkt 
Roberts R farming 
Robertson A A farming RR 2 

KOBEBTSOir BBOS. 

(Jas. F. and Thos.) Coal, Wood 

and Builders' Supplies. 
Robertson Jas P of Robertson Bros 
Robertson J C farming 
Robertson Thos of Robertson Bros 
Robinson Edw farming RR 2 

BOCKWBI^Ir, THXAZ; & DAVISOI7, 
XTD. 

A. M. BockweU, W. B. Theal, As- 
sociate Manag'ers. Flonr, Feed, 
Grain, Seeds, Harness and Farm 
Implements. 

Rockwell Avard M (Rockwell Theal 
& Davison) 

Rolfe Wm T dry goods 

Roman M poultry raising RR 2 

Romaniuk Nikola farming 

Ross Wm A retired 

Rowlands Wm H fruit growing 

Royal Bank of Canada F B Lyle mgr 

BOTAIi HOTEIi 

Chas. S. Cooke, Froprietor. 

Ryckman Averil opr Chil Tel 

Ryckman Lloyd painter 

Ryder Bruce farming RR 2 

Ryder Jas H S farming 

Rvder Noble farming 

Saddler James agt Westminster 

Grain Co 
Salter J A poultry raising RR 1 
Sam Lee laundry 

Sandburn Chas mech A S Goad Mo- 
tors Ltd 
Sands Edgar H mgr Chilliwack Pro- 
gress 
Sands Langois reporter Progress 
Saunders Aurelian G farming 
Sawyer Frank pianist Imperial Thca 
Scott Jos deputy sheriff 
Seldam James W retired 
Semple & Semple (J F and J R) 

blacksmiths 
Seymour C H poultry raising RR 2 
Shepherd A farming RR 1 
Shiels Arthur of City Trans Co 
Shiels & Ford props City Transfer 

Co 
Sim Wm farming RR 2 
Simon Harry barber J McCorquodale 
Simpson A E messgr Bank of Monv 
Skelton R G poultry bees 
Smith Archibald eng BCER sub stn 
Smith Archd farming RR 2 
Smith Basil F elec Chilliwack Elec- 
tric Co Ltd 
Smith Edw farming 
Smith E Yale farming RR 2 
Smith E C of Cawley Smith & Cawley 
Smith Henry G farming RR 2 
Smith Hugh second hand dir 
Snider J E farming RR 2 
Snider L farming 
Snider W S farming 
Sommers Richd gardener 
Spencer B farming RR 2 
Sproat Geo A miller Chil Producers 

Exchange 
Sproat G A retired 
Stacey F B bee keeping and fruit 
Stade C W farming RR 1 
Stade Hy dairy farming RR 2 
Stallard H W (Valley Meat Market) 
Stallard W poultry raising RR 1 
Standeven W farming RR 2 
Stanley Sidney ptr Empress Hotel 
Stanton B farming RR 2 
Stapleton Jos farming RR 1 




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stark Jas L agt CPR and Dom Exp 

and insurance agent 
Stefan John J condr BCER 
Stephenson Wm ptr M S Wilson 
Stepney A H teller Bank of Com 
Story F farming RR 2 
Story J farming RR 2 
Street A J cattle Jersey 
Street Chas L cabinet maker 
Strowger Walter I acct Royal Bank 
Stuart H E farming RR 1 
Sturdevant David E farmer 
Sturgess Thos tailor and cleaner 
Sutor Mrs H prop Empress Hotel 
Sutor Jas retired 

Sutor Russell H mgr Empress Hotel 

Swartout Harry D vice pres and 

chemist Pacific Color Mfg Co Ltd 

Swartout Thos emp Pacific Color Mfg 

Co Ltd 
Tapp C J cattle raising 
Taylor A farming RR 2 
Taylor Ida M public stenographer 
Taylor Paul of Brett's Garage 
Terras R S bkpr Chilliwack Auto 

Service 
Thacker Chas mech Lillie's Garage 
Thackeray J O M poultry raising 

RR 2 
Theal Walter R (Rockwell Theal & 

Davison) 
Thiemer J mixed farming RR 1 
Thomas Archd farming 
Thompson A mixed farming RR 2 
Thompson Hy T bee keeping RR 1 
Thompson Rev Roy Meth minister 
Thompson Wm R farming 
Thomson Miss J school teacher 
Thomson W L of Chilliwack Hotel 
Tiejen Henry cellist Imperial Theatre 
Tompkins Chas A farming 
Toms Bros seed growers 
Toms Ernie bicycles and repairs 
Toms Peter of Bradley & Toms 
Toney James M mixed farming 
Tooke C S prop Royal Hotel 
Topley J mixed farming 
Topley Olive buyer Gilbert Co 
Topley Wm farming 
Tourniar Victor painter decorator 
Trott John janitor 
Trotter J M farming 
Turner C farming 
Turner Edward farming 
Turner John teamster 
Turpin Joseph H conf & light lunch 
Turvey A H mgr Elk Creek Water- 
works Co Ltd 
Turvey Jas elk Rockwell Theal & 

Davison 
United Farmers of B C, H A Cooke 
sec Rosedale Local, L K Stott sec 
Fairfield Local 
Unsworth A farming fruit poultry 
Vallance M mixed farming RR 2 
Valley Meat Market (F Jubb H W 

Stallard) 
Valley Vulcanizing Co Humphrey & 

Crocker props 
Vernon Geo farming RR 1 
Vickerson C B farming RR 1 
Vickerson W J farming RR 2 
Volpe John D farming 
Waddington Herbt prop Merchants 

Delivery 
Wade H G public accountant 
Wake John farming 
W^alker Frances elk J H Turpin 
Walker W B mixed farming RR 1 
Walters Ella asst PM 
Walters Robt farming RR 1 
Walton E farming RR 2 
Warner Cecil elk Royal Bank 
Warner Robt farming 
Warren C farming RR 1 
W^atson A S with Home-Makers Ltd 
Watson Edward K elk Bank of Mont 



Watson Grace nurse Chil Gen Hosp 

Watson John farming RR 1 

Watt Geo J mgr Canadian Bank of 

Commerce 
Webb Chas W elk and treas Chilli- 
wack municipality and sec school 
board 
Webb Frank mgr groceries Ashwell 

Ltd 
Webb Geo J mgr BCER sub station 
Webb Jessie elk Ashwell Ltd 
Weeks O A barber 
Wells Wm councillor 
Wells Wm M farming RR 2 
Welsh Ethel postal elk 
Welsh Geo H farming 
Welsh John J retired 
Westminster Grain Co James Sad- 
dler agent 
Weston J A farming RR 1 
Wheaton A G teleg opr CNR 
Wheeler E J grocer 
White Arthur elk Robertson Bros 
White C P & Co variety store 
Whiting Arthur C bicycles and rprs 
Whittaker C J & Co harness 
Wick Oscar sec hd CNR 
Wigham Bros poultry raising RR 2 
Wilkinson Mrs A mgr Imperial 

Theatre 
Wilkinson Ken A farming 
Wilkinson N C 

Williams Sarah elk Ashwell Ltd 
^Villis A E J agt CNR 
Wilson Alexander photographer 
Wilson G S prin public school 
Wilson Jas B mgr A S Goad Motors 

Ltd 
Wilson J R dairy farming RR 2 
Wilson Max S wall paper paints 
Wilson P Hamilton police magistrate 
and sec Chilliwack Telephone Co 
Wilson W farming RR 2 
Wiltshire Arthur E shoe repairer 
Wincott John baker W J Andrews 
Wing Fong laundry and grocer 
Winthrop T farming RR 1 
Woodworth C A mail carrier RR 1 
Woodworth Olive acct Chil Produc- 
ers Exchange 
Woodworth Victor princ high school 
Wrinch L E farming RR 2 ' 
Yates Alfred E farmer 
Yellowlees Jas B farming 
Young A A bee keeping 
Young C M poultry raising 

Chilliwack Lake, 5 miles long, at 
the head of Chilliwack River. 

Chilliwack Mountain, 7 miles 
southeast of Chilliwack. 

CHILLIWACK MUNICIPALITY 

Reeve — J. A. MacLeod, Chilliwack. 
Clerk — C. W. Webb, Chilliwack. 

Chilliwack River, 34 miles long, 
runs from Chilliwack Lake westward 
into the Eraser River west of Chilli- 
wack. 

Chimdemash River, 12 miles long, 
runs into Skeena River 66 miles 
southwest of Hazelton. 

CHIMNEY CREEK 

a ranching settlement on Chimney 
Creek, 116 miles north of Lillooet 
and 25 miles west of 150-Mile House, 
in Cariboo Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, reached by stage from 150- 
Mile House, on the Cariboo Road. 
Has public school. Chimney Creek 
is 22 miles long and runs into the 
Eraser River. 

Chimney Lake, 4 miles long, at 
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CHINA BAR 

a flag station on the C. P. R., 6 
miles west of North Bend, In Yale 
Provincial Electoral District. No 
agent or local residents. North Bend 
is nearest post office. 

China Creek, 6 miles long, runs in- 
to Columbia River 9 miles south of 
Robson. 

China Creek, 13 miles long, runs 
into east side of Alberni Canal, 8 
miles south of Alberni. 

China Creek, 13 miles long, runs in- 
to west fork Kettle River; 

China Creek, 12 miles long, runs 
into Quesnel River 13 miles west of 
Quesnel Forks. 

China Creek, 9 miles long, runs in- 
to Fraser River 60 miles north of 
Liillooet. 

China Creek, 5 miles long, runs in- 
to Tulameen River at Princeton. 

China Gulch, 7 miles long, runs in- 
to Fraser River 58 miles north of 
Lillooet. 

CHINA HAT 

an Indian logging and fishing vil- 
lage on the Vancouver-Prince Rupert 
route of the Union S. S. Co., 345 
miles northwest of Vancouver, and 
137 south of Prince Rupert, the bank- 
ing centre. Population 100, mostlv 
Indians, with Philip Brown as chief. 
Address mail China Hat, via Union 
S. S. Co., Vancouver. 
Brown Chief fishing 
Brown John fishing 
Brown Chief Philip 
Collinson Charley gen store and boat 

builder 
Collinson Jack logging 
Collin&on Richard fishing 
Edgar Geo missionary 
Hart A trapping and hunting 
Preston Mrs S J sch tchr 
Robinson Andw boat builder and 

trapper 
Robinson Jas W gen store 

China Lake, 1 mile long, 15 miles 
south of Quesnel. 

Chinchintampan River, 13 miles 
long, runs into Chilcotin River 43 
miles northwest of Alexis Creek. 

CHINOOK COVE 

a post office and station on the C.N. 
R. (the post office and Dominion 
Government Telephone is 1 »^ miles 
west of railway station across the 
North Thompson River, reached by 
Government Ferry), in Kamloops 
Provincial Electoral District, 47 miles 
north of Kamloops. Population of 
district 150. Local resources: Farm- 
ing and railway ties. 
Berwick W L farmer 
Carlisle F farmer 
Carlstrom Chas farming and ties 
Foster A L farming and PM 
Fringer R miner 
Fuceli — section man 
Grubb P H section man 
Hagen Ole S farming 
Hall C G logger 
Hockey J farmer 
Howard Thomas P farming 
Hunt F farmer 
Janning H farming 
Johnston Emrick farming 
Johnston Peter A farming 
King F S section man 
Laurence O H farmer 



Mclntyre H P farmer 

Mudie Robert L farmer 

Nelson Charles A farming 

Paule Joseph prospecting 

Price Herbert farming 

Rosen Adolph J farming 

Rosen C J farmer 

Salle Ernest farming 

Sanborn Arthur H farming 

Schilling Fred farming prospecting 

Schilling Joseph farming 

Schmidt Ernest ties 

Smith A E farming 

Smith J J farming 

Smith John J farming 

Smith Maurice J farming 

Stevens J O farming 

Stutz Hans farming 

Taylor A section foreman 

Thomson M L farmer 

Chipka Creek, 7 miles long, runs 
into Kootenay River 3 miles south 
of "Wardner. 

Chipooin Mountain, 7,070 feet high, 
20 miles west of Ashcroft. 

Chismaina Lake, 2 miles long, 30 
miles south of Teslin Lake, Atlin 
Division. 

CHOATE 

a cattle loading siding and passing 
track on C. P. R., 7 miles west of 
Yale, on north side of Fraser River, 
Yale Provincial Electoral District. 
Local resources: Hog raising, pota- 
to growing, fishing and game hunt- 
ing. 

Clarke & Stuart Co Ltd ranching 
McAdam W mgr Clarke & Stuart Co 
Shields J H farming 
Simpson J farming 

Cho-Chi-Bon Lake, 10 miles long. 
one of the Nation group, Omineca 
District, Lat. 55, Long. 125. 

Choelquoit Lake, at head of Chilco 
River, 60 miles southwest of Alexis 
Creek. 

ChonatBay, on the south of Okis- 
hollow Channel, at northwest of Val- 
des Island. 

Chonat Lake, on the west of Val- 
des Island, 21 miles north of Camp- 
bell River. 

Choo-Chi Lake, 6 miles long, one 
of the Nation group, Omineca Dis- 
trict, near Lat. 55, Long. 125. 

Choo-Whels Mountain, 16 miles 
southwest of Kamloops. 

^.^^°? ^^y- °" *^*ie southwest of 
Gilford Island. 

CHOPAKA 

a fiag station on G. N. R., in Simil- 
kameen Provincial Electoral District 
17 miles south of Keremeos, at In- 
ternational Boundary. No agent or 
local residents. 

Chortj-s Creek, 3 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Perry Creek. 

Christie Channel, lies to the east 
of Balaklava Island, at the north of 
Vancouver Island. 

Christie Creek, 4 miles long, runs 
into Cariboo Lake. "West Kootenay. 

Christie's Creek, 8 miles long, "runs 
into south of Mabel Lake. 

CHRISTIE SCHOOL 

on west coast of Vancouver Island, 
reached by C. P. R. boats. See names 
under Kakawis, the post office. 



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CHRISTINA 

a flag station on the C.P.R. Nelson- 
Vancouver line, on Christina Lake 
(12 miles long), 4 miles east of Fife 
and 12 miles east of Grand Forks, in 
Grand Forks Provincial Electoral 
District. 

CHRISTINA LAKE 

a post office ranching settlement and 
summer resort on Christina Lake, 
Grand Forks Provincial Electoral 
District. Nearest railway the C. P. 
R. at Fife, l^-i miles, 18 miles east 
of Grand Forks. Nearest telegraph 
C. P. R. at Cascade, 3% miles. Has 
L. D. Telephone. Population 40. 
Beach Wm H 

Benninger Thomas ranching 
Brown Geo C postmaster 
Camp Mrs Cora housekeeper 
Chase Grant ranching trapping 
Cooper Chas pool marker 
English Point Ranch (Resort lands) 

R R Burns 
Graham John W contractor 
Jones W S rancher 
Johnson Frank fishing 
Johnson Ole fishing 
Keller H lumberman 
Lannen Wm lumberman 
Ludwig John ranching 
Naughton Jos wood cutter 
Sandners Charles ranching 
Seggie Charles ranching 
Spalding John ranching 
Twells Geo ranching 
Wilkinson Aleck ranching 
Wilkinson Harry ranching 
Wilkinson Wilfred ranching 
Wilson Geo ranching trapping 
Wilson Wm lumberman 
Zent Geo ranching 

Christopher Point, on the south 
coast of Vancouver Island, 13 miles 
southwest of Victoria. 

CHU CHUA 

a post office and station on the C. 
N. R. and North Thompson River, 55 
miles north of Kamloops, the bank- 
ing centre, in Provincial Electoral 
District of Kamloops. Has G. N. W. 
Telegraph office and Dominion Gov- 
ernment Long Distance Telephone 
office, office of Sub-Recorder Kam- 
loops mining division. Has public 
school. Population 50 white and 270 
Indians in reservation adjoining. The 
Windpass Mine is 7 miles northeast 
— considerable gold-bearing ore has 
been shipped. Local resources: 
Farming and mining. 
Aitken Wm miner C C Mines 
Anderson Chas F farmer 
Bogg F L engineer C C Mine 
Chu Chua Coal Co Ltd coal miners 
Edward A blacksmith C C Mine 

TUNTSTEJ.!., GEOBGZ! 

General Store, Miningf Becorder, 
Postmaster, Sec. School Board and 
Farmingf. 

Fortier Edward mixed farming 
Framst Anton tie maker 
Fullerton A B farming 
Gray Jas supt C C Mine 
Hendrick E H farming 
Horgan Oscar of Windpass Mine 
Johnson Ole farming 
Johnston A H miner C C Mine 
Limb A J miner C C Mine 
McLeod D miner C C Mine 
McTaggart W "C farming 



Miskelly Jas elk G Fennell 
Pickering W H agt CNR 
Simmons W eng C C Mine 
Rogers Jas miner C C Mine 
Skoning H miner 
Tame Chas farming 
Teather Geo farming 
Willis John J mixed farming 
Windpass Mine O Horgan T H Camp- 
bell and Ole Johnson owners gold 
mining 

Chum Creek, 5 miles long, runs in- 
to Shuswap. Lake, 7 miles northeast 
of Shuswap. 

Church, (3ape, on the south coast of 
Vancouver Island, 14 miles southwest 
of Victoria. 

CHURCH HOUSE 

a post office, fishing and logging 
settlement at entrance of Bute Inlet, 
Comox Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, reached by Union Steamship 
Co.'s steamers from Vancouver, 105 
miles. Nearest telegraph station at 
Wyatt Bay, 7 miles. There is an 
Indian settlement of about 35 fam- 
ilies, Indian school and R. C. Mis- 
sion. 

Cady Clair logger 
Hovel John settler 
Leask Alfred settler 
Leask Chas settler 
McKenzie Duncan settler 
Marsden Wm teacher Indian school 
Orford Bay Logging Co Bernard 

Traf mgr 
Fallen Samuel foreman O B L Co 
Prendergast Arthur asst PM 
Shibler Logan logger 
Smith Jas settler 
Thompson Mrs Wm gen store PM 
Tollofson Oscar logger 
Traf Bernard mgr O B L Co 

Church Island, off the south coast 
of Vancouver Island, 14 miles south- 
west of Victoria. 

Church Point, in Waddington 
Channel, Redonda Island. 

Churchill Mountain, 6,570 feet 
high, lies east of Vancouver Bay, Jer- 
vis Inlet. 

Churn Creek, 24 miles long, runs 
into Praser River 69 miles north of 
Lillooet. 

CHUTE LAKE 

a P.O. and station on the Kettle Val- 
ley Ry., 29 miles northeast of Pen- 
ticton, in South Okanagan Provin- 
cial Electoral District. Daily train 
service from and to Vancouver. Sev- 
eral hundred acres of good hay land 
open for settlement. No farming at 
present. 

Chapman Tony logging camp 
Duffy L emp Okanagan Wood Prodts 
Laidman F G gen mgr Okanagan 

Wood Products 
Landberg Bros logging contractors 
Landberg Otto emp Okanagan Wood 

Products 
Martin Mrs Jessie postmistress 
Okanagan Wood Products F G Laid- 
man (Vernon) gen mgr 
Oxley A engineer 
Salrres P J clearing contr 
Stewart A emp Okanagan Wood Pro- 
ducts 
Van Buskirk Mr emp Okanagan 

Wood Products 
Warren Mr emp Okanagan Wood 
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Cinder Hill, 8 miles east of Spat- 
sum. 

Cinnamom Creek, 6 miles long, runs 
in at middle of Lower Arrow Lake. 

Cinnamon Creek, 4 miles long, a 
tributary of Englisliman's River, 
Vancouver Island. 

Cinque Fall Creek, 17 miles long, 
runs into Fraser River 32 miles north 
of Lytton. 

CIRCLE CITY 

a mining camp on Lardo Creek, 14 
miles northeast of Trout Lake City. 

CIRCLE J RANCH 

a Dominion Government Telephone 
office, in the Kamloops Provincial 
Electoral District, 1 mile east of 
Adelphia, the post office. 
Bulman J agt Dom Govt Tel and 
ranching 

CISCO 

an Indian reserve on the C. N. R. and 
Fraser River, 6 miles southwest of 
Lytton, the nearest telegraph and 
post office, in Yale Provincial Elec- 
toral District. 

Adair M CPR tunnel watchman 
Urquhart Wm CPR tunnel watchmn 

Clach-na-Coodin, a mountain 10 
miles northeast of Revelstoke. 

CLANWILLIAM 

a station on Summit of Eagle Pass 
on the C. P. R., 9 miles west of Rev- 
elstoke, in Revelstoke Provincial El- 
ectoral District. Auto road connect- 
ing Revelstoke in course of construc- 
tion. No agent. No residents ex- 
cept section crew. Post office ad- 
dress is Three Valley. 
Biatecki Michael sec foreman CPR 
Thibadeau P watchman CPR 

CLAPPERTON 

a station on the K. V. Ry., 10 miles 
southeast of Spence's Bridge, in Yale 
Prov. Electoral District. Spence's 
Bridge, the post office, is nearest 
telegraph office of C. P. R. and C. 
N. R. Merritt, 30 miles southeast. Is 
nearest banking point. Population 
50. Local resources: Ranching 
White Nathan emp K V Ry 

Clapperton Creek, 15 miles long, 
runs into Nicola Lake at Nicola. 

CLAXTON 

a post office, salmon cannery and 
cold storage plant 21 miles from 
Prmce Rupert and 464 north of Van- 
couver, in Prince Rupert Provincial 
Electoral District, on Lower Skeena 
River, reached by Union S. S. Co.'s 
boats. Population during canning 
season, 300, including 45 Chinese. 140 
Japanese, 60 Indians. 
Wallace Fisheries Ltd Thomas Wal- 
lace mgr salmon canners and gen 
store 
Willesley J W postmaster 

CLAYBRICK 

a small settlement near Winslaw, the 
post office, on C. P. R. Slocan branch, 
13 miles south of Slocan City, in 
Slocan Provincial Electoral District. 



CLAYBURN 

a post office and village, 5 miles 
south of Mission, Fraser Valley, in 
Chilliwack Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, on B. C. E. Ry., and C. P. R. 
Seattle branch. Has C. P. R. Tele- 
graph, Presbyterian Church and pub- 
lic school. Population 400. Lo- 
cal resources: Brick manufacturing, 
farming and stock raising. 
Alexander W farmer 
Baker S farming 
Ball John W mgr Clayburn Co 
Benson Bros farming 
Bullock Arthur farming 
Bullock Reginald butcher 
Case J billiards etc 
Clayburn Co Ltd J W Ball mgr brick 

manufacturers 
Clayburn Society W Brook sec social 

welfare 
Cooper R A of Cooper-Seldon Co 
Cooper-Seldon Co general store 
Cruickshank Alex farming 
Dempster R farming 
Dwyer W J brickmaker 
Gibson Mrs A boarding house 
Giles Jean clerk 
Giles K burner Clayburn Co 
Good S brickmaker 
Green A agt BCER 
Ham A M agent CPR 
Hanson J buttermaker 
Hastie Alex dairy farming 
Healey A C mixed farming 
Hill J H brickmaker 
HoUrow Chas P farming 
Kay A A foreman Clayburn Co 
Keith Mrs clerk 
McCulloch R chief elec BCER 
McKee Dr stock raiser 
McMorran Saml clerk 
Mercer Frank farminc: 
Montgomery John E farming 
Nelson M agt BCER 
Phinney H S mixed farming 
Port R H physician 
Purver C stock raising mixed farmg 
Richmond Hugh moulder 
Robertson Frank farming 
Roncato A dairy farming 
Seldon T F of Cooper-Seldon Co PM 
Shone Thos E acct Clayburn Co 
Silvls J motorman Clavburn Co 
Telford Robt bkpr Clayburn Co 
Thompson F brickmkr Clayburn Co 
Trimnal R L electn BCER 
Trousdale T brkmn Clayburn Co 
Turmel Jean farming 
Virtue Matt L electn Clayburn Co 
Watkins H E 
Wilson J O farming 
Wilson T Z farming 

Claydon Bay, In Grappler Sound, 3 
miles north of Broughton Island. 

CLAYOQUOT 

a post office and settlement on 
Stubbs Island, southeast of Mears 
Island, on West coast of Vancouver 
Island, about 150 miles northwest of 
Victoria, in Alberni Provincial Elec- 
toral District. Has Government Tel- 
egraph, public school and office of 
Mining Recorder Clayoquot Mining 
Division. It Is the supply station 
for fishing boats throughout the dis- 
trict, and is reached by C. P. R. west 
coast steamers from Victoria. Local 
resources: Fishing, timber and min- 
erals. 

Abraham E W sec GWVA 
Anderson J A Prov constable 
Anderson S R store mgr 
Beckwith J L mgr C S Canning Co 




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Brennan Peter F mining 
Brown Edgerton G teleg opr 
Clayoquot Hotel T Dawley prop 
Clayoquot Sound Canning Co (Vic- 
toria) J L Beckwith mgr salmon 
Colburn Prank logging 
Dawley Clarence loc mgr U P & C S 
Dawley Walter T gen store mining 

recorder JP and PM 
Gibson W F logging 
GWVA E W Abraham sec 
Grice Arthur emp U F & C S 
Leach A E logger 
Mitchel J H clerk 

Pollock Robert light kpr Lennard Isl 
Walton W N miner 

Clayoquot River, 10 miles long, 
runs into the north end of Kennedy 
Lake, Vancouver Island. 

Clayoquot Sound, on the west coast 
of Vancouver Island, 150 miles north- 
west of Victoria. The branches of 
this sound are Herbert Arm, Bedwell 
Sound and Tofino Inlet. 

Claypole Point, on the west of 
Watson Island. 

CLAYTON 

a village 2 miles south of Clover- 
dale, on B.C.E. Ry., in Delta Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. Local re- 
sources: Farming. Address mail via 
R. R. 3, Cloverdale post office. 

Ancrum G H poultry 

Baker J poultry 

Barrows W poultry 

Beveredger A poultry 

Blanchard G farming 

Boliver H poultry 

Calkin G poultry 

Campbell T dairy farming 

Clark H G poultry 

Crosby J L poultry 

Crossley A poultry 

Curnew R general store 

Dixon F farming 

Donaldson W farming 

Ebben F J mixed farming 

Elwell J W bees mixed farming 

Emerson R C poultry 

Erickson A poultry 

Erickson Carl farming 

Everall Archibald farming 

Everall G J mixed farming 

Everall H P dairy farming 

Everall T dairy farming 

Faller G poultry 

Flanagan Bros Lumber Mill 

Follis J farming 

Foulds Bros poultry raising 

Freeman E poultry 

Golding W T dairy farming 

Goyne M F poultry 

Gregg H E poultry 

Hall D poultry 

Hartnell J mixed farming 

Hodgins Ed farming 

Holmes A poultry 

Hunter D mixed farming 

Husband W Henry poultry raising 

Husband G Lome poultry raising 

Jackson F poultry 

Jex Bros farming 

Lawrence Geo farming 

McGregor Jos farming 

McLean G dairy farming 

McLean S dairy farming 

McLean T poultry 

McLean U G poultry 

Messer J farming 

Mitchell H poultry 

Morris K farming 

Munro Geo W farming 

Nickolson G R farming 



Petty C poultry raising 

Ritchie D mixed farming 

Sedgwick J poultry 

Sentell F W farming 

Severson J poultry 

Sim P poultry 

Simmonds Alf farming 

Simmons S poultry 

Stone Arthur E farming 

Stone Ed farming 

Stone W A mixed farming 

Terpstra K H poultry raising 

Towers G poultry 

Vroom A T poultry raising 

Vroom C farming 

Warne H poultry 

Weaver W dairy farming 

Westby A A poultry 



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Cleagh River, 3 miles long, runs in- 
to south side of Quatsino Sound, 
Vancouver Island. 

Clear Creek, 25 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Chilkat River. 

Clear Creek, 6 miles long, tributary 
of Salmon River, West Kootenay. 

Clear Creek, 5 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Howser Creek. 

CLEARWATER 

a station on the C.N.R., 6 miles 
north of Blackpool and 7 west of 
Birch Island, in Kamloops Provin- 
cial Electoral District. Has Domin- 
ion Government Long Distance Tele- 
phone office and public school. See 
names under Raft River, the post 
office. 

Clearwater Lakes, two lakes, 22 
miles and 6 miles in length, in the 
Cariboo District, 121 miles north of 
Kamloops. 

Clearwater River, 55 miles long, 
runs from the lakes southward and 
joins North Thompson River 66 miles 
north of Kamloops. 

Clearwater River, 40 miles long, 
runs into Stikine River 30 miles 
southwest of Telegraph Creek. 

Clementine Creek, 3 miles long, 
runs into west side of north arm of 
Burrard Inlet 2 miles south of In- 
dian River. 

CLEMINA 

a flag station on the C.N.R., 35 miles 
east of Blue River, the post office, in 
Kamloops Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. No land open for settlers, all 
timber belonging to the Government. 
A good chance for timber claims in 
this locality. 

CLEW CUMSHEWA 

an Indian village on the northeast 
of Moresby Island, Queen Charlottes. 

Client Reef, in Malacca Passage, 17 
miles south of Prince Rupert. 

Cliff Point, at north end of Aris- 
tazable Island. 

CLIFFS 

a station on the B.C.E. Ry., near New 
Westminster Dom. Exp. No agent. 

CLIFFSIDE 

a flag station on the E. & N. Ry., 
in the Nanaimo district, 25 miles 
from Victoria. 



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CLINTON 

a town post office and station on 
the Cariboo road and P. G. E. Ry., 
in Llllooet Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, 34 miles north of Ashcroft. 
Has telegraph and telephone. Offices 
of Provincial Government Agent, 
Land Commissioner Lillooet Land 
Recording District, Provincial Police 
Gold Commissioner Clinton Mining 
Division and District Registrar Su- 
preme and County Court. Has Pres- 
byterian Church and public school. 
Population, 200. Local resources: 
Mixed farming, stock-raising and 
mining. 

Austen W school teacher 
Baker Allan cattle and farnaingr 
Baker Fred ranching 
Bank of Montreal R N Haddow mgr 
Barker J sheep-raising 
Birdsell W G farming 
Bishop James cattle-raising 
Bishop J A mixed farming 
Botterill Matt portable sawmill 
Boyd Ira mixed farming 
Boyd John G mixed farming 
Boyd Mary ranching 
Boyd Samuel S express 
Boyd W W forest ranger 
Burns A F JP 
Burns Henry M chauffeur 
Charlie L Hoy mgr Clinton Hotel 
Chew Hoy Co proprs Clinton Hotel 
Clarke Richard sheep-raising 

CIiIirrOK HOTEZ^ 

Chew Hoy Co., Proprietors; C. £. 

Hoy, Manag^er. Headquarters for 

Commercial Men, Hunters and 

Tourists. 
Coldwell H G mailcarrier 
Collins Bert mixed farming 
Cullen D D teamster 
Cullen T G teamster 
Darough Niel ranching 
Daunt A O Indian agent 
Davison C R sta agt PGE Ry 
Delaney Wm sheep-raising 
Dillabaugh W carpenter 
Doering Chas farming 
Dougherty Chas A ranching 
Dougherty Edward ranching 
Dorrell Reginald A elk Prov Govt 

and secy of school board 

EBEPIBX: SESTATTSANT 

Charlie Nnm, Proprietor. Meals 
at all hours and rooms. 

Empire Restaurant and Rooming 
House Charlie Xum propr 

Engeman F W gen merchant 

Ferguson Ed cattle-raising 

Ferguson Robert ranching 

Eraser Robert gen store 

Gaspard P ranching 

GWVA J D Boyd sec 

Haddow R N mgr Bank of Montreal 

Hamilton F S mixed farming 

Hinkes A M stage driver 

Hunter A G dairying 

Janes Oren O cattle and farming 

Johnson James L mixed farming 

Johnson O L farming 

Kerr Isaac N mixed farming 

Kong Kan Wing Co rest gen store 

Koster H cattle-raising 

Le'j Archif; postmaster 

Llllooet Soda Syndicate F Silverton 
nianagcr 

Livirjgstone J farming 

2.Tr:Ca>-iy Leonard chauffeur 

McDona'1 Arch -bald MPP 

McI'onai>l Malcoini checker 

McKeen W G ban and solr 

WcQue*^!! c!k Bk of Montreal 



MoMorran J S lanching 
Marrio'.t Hsrry lanching 
Milium Gcorire Govt agt land com- 
mr registrar t^upreme and county 
C'jurts f^old c >mmr also SM 
More Jas 

Mundorf Geo ranching 
Nicholls Jas farming 
Num Charlie propr Empire Rest 
Olson Bert ranching 
Olson G M garage and repairs 
Olson Lawrence ranchin'? 
Parkfc Henry cattle-raioing 
Parke P cattle-raising 
Parka J^tunley mixed farming 
Parke T cattle-raising 
Patton Thos £ teamster 
Payne Thos S teamster 
Payne Hovctrfj ranchinj-r 
Payne John C mixed farming 
Pigeon Ernest P F X farming 
Pigeon Joseph mixed ranching 
Pigeon Mark teamster 
Pocock Thos farming 
Pollard C R rancher 
Po:larft John ranching 
P<Ujard Mrs Kezla mixed farming 
Pollard Thos ranching 
Riley Wm ranching 
Riley Wm prov const 
Ritchie W P blacksmith 
Roberts John D elk Public Works 

Office 
Robertson Chas E ranching 
Robertson Jas A cattle and farming 
Robertson John farming 
Robertson J K store mgr 
Rur.h J H chauffeur 
Rutledge J L teleg opr 

Silverton F mgr Lillooet Soda Syn- 
dicate 

Smith Alf teamster 

Stewart Calvert & Co Ltd mfrs Ep- 
som salts A M Hinkes local mgr 

Stoddart David A 

Thorpe E F stenogr 

Tong Sing cattle and farming 

Tresierra Alonzo blacksmith 

Tresierra Amelia rooms 

United Farmers of BC Mrs Chas R 
Pollard sec 

Walker Geo mixed farming 

Walters Guy E mixed farming 

Warden J cattle-raising 

Watt Geo ranching 

Wilkinson Wm sec Big Bar Mountain 
school board 

Williamson Ed ranching 

You On Co Chinese merchants 

Clio Bay, on the southeast of Kiti- 
mat Arm. 

CLIO CHANNEL 

a former lumber camp of the New 
Ladysmith Lumber Co (Nanaimo), 
210 miles north of Vancouver, near 
Alert Bay. 

Clipper Point, on the east side of 
Bute Inlet. 

Clisbaco River, 30 miles long, runs 
into Xazco River 50 miles southwest 
of Blackwater. 

Clode Creek, 3 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Fording River. 

Clooelet-ca River, 35 miles long, 
runs into Choo-cho Lake. 

CLO-OOSE 

a post office and Indian village on 
southwest coast of Vancouver Island. 
75 miles northwest of Victoria and 2 
miles from Xitinat Lake. There is a 
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tensive beach resort is under con- 
struction. Has Dominion Govern- 
ment Telegraph and life-saving sta- 
tion. 

Allen C lineman 

Beauchene A of Nitinat Logging Co 
Chisholm A logger 
Clow R farming 
Cox A G farming 
Cox R farming 
Davis Jas lightkpr Carmanah 
Deakin Alfred of Xitinat Logging Co 
Dickinson R farming 
Hay ward A clerk 



Hickey E logger 

Lamont D farming 

Logan David postmaster 

Logan E lineman 

Logan W farming 

Martin J farming 

Matthews L engineer 

Nitinat Logging Co (Alfred Deakin 

and A Beauchene) 
Reid J farming 
Rendle R missionary 
Rimmer R farming 
Stevenson A cannery 
"Wood M general store 



Cloverdale 



a post office and town on the G. X. 
R. and B. C. E. Rys., 13 miles south- 
east of Xew Westminster, Eraser 
Valley, in Delta Provincial Electoral 
District. Has B. C. Telephone office, 
Methodist and Presbyterian churches, 
high and public schools. Population, 
300. Local resources: Farming and 
lumbering. 

Abbott Elvia opr B C Telephone 
Abbott Lena opr B C Tel 
Alcock James W farming 
Ancrum Geo H poultry farming 
Armstrong David E farming 
Armstrong & White (David Arm- 
strong S B G White) meats 

AITGTTSTSZSN AI.BERT 

Zee Cream Parlors, Fool Boom, Ci- 
g&ra and Tobacco and Barber. 
Agent Boyal City Zjanndry. 

Balance Dixon opr B C Tel 

BANK OF MONTBBAIi 

N. F. Kendall, Manager. 

Barrows Winslow farming 

Barton D S carpenter 

Barton John farming 

Barton W S mixed farming 

Beekeepers Assn W Hugh sec 

Bell Richd M eng BCE sub-station 

Bergman Alex farming 

Bergman Cora opr B C Tel 

Bolivar H poultry farming 

Boothroyd G A farming 

Boothroyd J farming 

Boothroyd S W electrical contr 

Bose Harry farming and sec Farm- 
ers' Institute 

Bradbrook V R farming 

B C Telephone Co Barbara McGinn 
agt 

Brookes W H mixed farming 

Brown C C farming 

Brown H W farming 

Brown J J farming 

Brown J L farming 

Brown J T farming 

Brown T J farming 

Burrows A J gen store 

Campbell George postmaster 

Carncross Chas of Carncross & Hugh 

Carncross & Hugh (Chas Carncross F 
Hugh) farm lands ins notaries 

Cavers J C mixed farming 

CBNTBAI. GABAGB. 

"W. H. Scott and W. H. Iiawrence, 
Auto Dealers, Garage and Bepairs. 
Agents for Chalmers and Maxwell 
Cars. Phone 56. (See Advt.) 

Clark Arthur pool marker A August- 
sen 
Clark Geo sec GWVA 
Clark Horace G poultry 
Clarke Geo loc mgr RSGPA 



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CIiOVBBDAI.B HOTBIi 

Walter Coo^e, Mgr. 

HeadQinarters. 
Collishau Leonard E asst chf const 
Constable Mrs farming poultry 
Cooper Arthur farming 
Coyne M W sec UFBC (Clayton 

Local ) 
Creelman J W poultry-raising 
Croft H D poultry 
Crosby J L poultry farming 
Currie A P mun assessor 
Curtis Thos S farming poultry 
Dann Ernest H electrical contractor 
Darroch J S farming 
Davis L W retired 
Duark Ralph farming 
Dunn C C farming 
Dunsmuir W A mixed farming 
Edmondson C B poultry 
Elwood J poultry and farming 
Fournier A baker 
Eraser Valley Farmers Co-op Assn 

F J Kellaway mgr grain and feed 
Girling R H L prin high school 
Glass J W poultry-raising 
Gooch P J dairy farming 
Goode Elsie opr B C Tel 
Graham F R farming 
GW^VA Geo Clark sec 
Green P H fruit-growing 
Griffith W J customs officer 
Hamre Chas G of Highway Garapo 
Hamre Edmond mech Highway Grge 
Hassard Wm mgr Hills drug store 
Heatherington Wm J mech Central 

Garage 
Hewitt Harold farming 

HXGHWAT GABAGE 

Chas. G. Hamre, Proprietor. Anto 
Bepairing Accessories. (See advt.) 
Hills Drug Store Wm Hassard mgr 
Hpdgins Ambrose B farming 
Holdon Rev Anglican clergyman 
Hornby H mixed farming 
Horton Rev M Meth minister 
Hugh Fabian (Carncross & Hugh) 
Hugh W bees sec Beekeepers Assn 
Hunter David farming 
Inglis T C mixed farming 
Johnson B G farming 
Johnson D A dairy farming 
Johnson E W mixed farming 
Johnson Hans shoemaker 
Johnson James farming 
Johnson John farming 
Keibach J mixed farming 
Kellaway F J mgr Eraser Vallev 

Farmers' Co-op Assn 
Kendall X F mgr Bank of Montreal 
Kovis S shoe repairing 
Lane O C poultry farming 
Lawrence Wm H (Central Garage) 
Lemax Clair clerk Surrey Dist 
Lindahl Henrik farming 
Loney Edw farming 



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Stationers 

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Supplies 

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Loney James B farming 

Loney John mixed farming 

McBride A A farming 

McDonald Edna stenogr Pemberton & 

Son 
McDonald H A real est agt Pember- 
ton & Son 
McElroy B mixed farming 
McGregor J mixed farming 
Mclntyre John mixed farming 
McKay W A of McLean & McKay 
McKenzie R D Reeve Surrey Muni- 
cipality poultry-raising 
McLean Geo farming 
McLean R B of McLean & McKay 
McLean & McKay (R B McLean W A 

McKay) sawmill 
McMillan W J farming 
Martin Edward farming 
Mason J C acct Royal Bank 
Mathoson A D chief constable 
Matheson J bees and poultry 
Melnokoff Geo farming 
Messer J mixed farming 
Moffatt E R poultry farming 
Moffatt W B poultry farming 
Molyneaux Geoffrey H elk Bank of 

Montreal 
Molyneaux W E mixed farming 
Morrison Geo blacksmith 
Morrison J mixed farming 
Moss R C mixed farming 
Munro G W dairy farming 
Murchison Samuel pq,inter 
Neumann Gustave F farming 
O'Hara James H municipal eng 
Ow(^n H agent GNR 
Oxenham Jas grocer 
Parker S farming 
Parr H V gen store 

PEMBEBTOK & SON 

H. A. McBonald, I^ocal Manager. 
Beal Estate and Insiirance. 

Phipps Mrs W J farming 

Pittendrigh Geo E T opr BCE sub- 
station 

Powell Robt F agent BCE 

Pratt Martin opr B C Tel 

Raine Chas poultry farming 

Richardson Chas farming 

Rickey James W opr BCE sub-station 

Rose Ernest J mixed farming 

Royal Bank of Canada Guy Curwen 
manager 

Scott A mixed farming 

Scott James chauffeur 

Scott J W mixed farming 

Scott Wm H (Central Garage) 

Scatter Geo farming poultry 

Senay Irene asst stenogr Municipal 
Hall 

Shannon Bros farming stock 

Shaw Rutherford St A acct Bk of 
Montreal 

Sinclair F D health officer 

Small E L agr teacher 

Smith Andrew poultry 

Smith James farming 

Smith Thos W poultry 

Stevenson Benj farming 

Stevenson S mixed farming 

Stewart John mixed farming 

Stewart W S mixed farming 

Surrey Womens Inst Mrs H V Coate^i 
secretary 

Tait Jessie waitress Cloverdale Htl 

Towse A E gen store 

United Farmers of BC F J Kellaway 
sec RR No 1 

Vroom Claude poultry farming 

Vroom R V poultry farming 

Wade Ed farming 

Wade Marjorie opr B C Tel 

Wade S J mixed farming 

Walker Geo farming 

Walkei S poultry and farming 



Weaver Wm farming 

Werhtral Jas D farming 

White John driver Armstrong & 

White 
White S B G (Armstrong & White) 
Whitely B R immig officer 
Wilder W E mixed farming 
Williamson G mixed farming 
Wi!l-ams W G mail-carrier 
Winslnde M dry goods 
Wootlvard W K farming 

Clover Point, at the south end of 
Moss Street, Victoria. 

CLOVER VALLEY 

a station on the B. C. E. Ry., and 
G. N. R., 1 mile from Cloverdale, the 
post office, in Delta Provincial Elec- 
toral District. Local resources: 
Farming. For names see Cloverdale. 

CLOWHOLM FALLS 

a shingle camp and mill on the Sal- 
mon Arm of Sechelt Inlet, about 25 
miles north of Sechelt, in North Van- 
couver Provincial Electoral District. 
Address mail via Sechlet post office. 
B C Iowa Lumber Co Ltd J L Green 

supt 
Carmody Patrick J foreman BCIL Co 
Green J L supt BC Iowa Lumber Co 

Ltd 

Clowholm Lakes, two lakes lying 2 
miles northeast of the Salmon Arm of 
Sechelt Inlet. 

Cloyah Bay, on the south side of 
Denise Arm, 7 miles southeast of 
Prince Rupert. 

Club Creek, 5 miles long, runs into 
south fork of Horsefly River. 

CLUB LANDING 

a steamer landing on the west am 
of Kootenay Lake, between Nelson 
and Procter. 

Cluculz Lake, 10 miles long, with 
an arm running south 5 miles, 40 
miles west of Fort George. 

Clusko River, 25 miles long, runs 
into Chilcotin River 48 miles north- 
west of Alexis Creek post office. 

Cluskus Lake, 3 miles long, in 
Coast District, 7 miles east of Tzasha 
Lake. 

Clute Creek, 11 miles long, runs in- 
to Kootenay District 7 miles north- 
east of Kaslo. 

Clyde Lake, 2 miles west of Sooke, 
Vancouver Island. 

C. N. R. JUNCTION 

the junction of the C. N. R. and 
C. P. R., in Yale Provincial Elector a 
District, west of Ashcroft, the post 
office. 

Coal Brook, 20 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Pine River. 

COAL CREEK 

a post office and coal mining camp :} 
miles east of Fernie, in Fernie Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. Nearest 
railway and telegraph is C. P. R. p i 
Fernie, which is the business centre. 
Has Kootenay Telephone, Methodisi. 
and R. C. Churches, and public 
school. Population, 475. Local re- 
sources: Coal mining. 



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Alstead C fanman 

Anthony Rev Father R C priest 

Bigrgrs John overman CNPC Co 

Brown John machinist 

Cartnell Harry elec helper 

Caufield Bernard supt NNP Co 

Caufield E flreboss 

Caufield John overman CNPC Co 

Commons W overman CNPC Co 

Coughlin Ed J stable boss 

Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co coal miners 

Fowler R fireboss 

Furneaux Thos mgr Trites-Wood Co 

Hugalf M timekeeper 

Hunter W power house engineer 

Johnston R electrician sec sch bd 

Landers F overman CNPC Co 

Latham Harry accountant 

Lee John A master mech CNPC Co 

Leyland Mrs A postmistress 

McGregor D blacksmith 

McNay C overman CNPC Co 

Miard H E Insptr of mines and mem- 
ber Bd of Examiners Dept of Mines 
BC Govt 

Miller J watchman 

Page Harry clerk 

Puchey W elec helper 

Schram Robert blacksmith 

Sharp H teamster 

Smith John E surveyor 

Taylor Jas asst supt CNPC Co 

Thornton A timekeeper 

Tombasso Oswaldo 

Trites-Wood Co Ltd Thos Furneaux 
mgr gen store 

Workman Wm physician 

Worthington J overman CNPC Co 

Young Jos H mechanic 

Coal Creek, 14 miles long, runs in- 
to Elk River at Fernie, in East Koote- 
nay. 

Coal Creek, 9 miles long, on the 
southwest of Vancouver Island, 30 
miles west of Victoria. 

Coal Creek. 2 miles long, 7 miles 
south of Union Bay post office. 

COAL HARBOUR 

on the north side of the west arm of 
Quatsino Sound, Vancouver Island 
owned by the West Vancouver Com- 
mercial Co. Is terminus of the Hardv 
Bay Trail. A roadhouse is main- 
lined by Mr. Hole. Mr. Hole and 
P. A. Kennedy, resident agent of the 
Coal Harbour property, are the onlv 
permanent residents Lumbering is 
being carried on by the Whalen Pulp 
and Paper Co. ,who have purchased 
the timber from the Coal Harbour 
Co., and as there are large deposits 
of coal on the property, mining is 
likely to be started in the near fu- 
ture. Quatsino is nearest post office. 

Coal Harbour, on the north side of 
the west arm of Quatsino Sound, 
Vancouver Island. 

Coal Harbour, on the south side of 
Burrard Inlet, at west end of Van- 
couver. 

Coal Hills, 5 miles southwest of 
Kam loops. 

Coal Island, 1 mile long, in tlie 
Gulf of Georgia, 2% miles north of 
Sidney, Vancouver Island. 

COALMONT 

a post office and station on the K. 
\. & G. N. Rys., on the Tulameen 
River, about 170 miles from Van- 
couver, 111^ miles west of Princetrr 
and 4 from Tulameen, in Similka- 
meen Provincial Electoral District 



Population, about 400. Has Domin- 
ion Government Long Distance Tele- 
phone office. Good fishing and 

hunting, and is in the gold-platinum 

district. Has public school and one 

church, used by any denomination; 

no clergyman. Local resources: 

Copper, gold, silver, steaming coal 

and lumbering. The coal mine ships 

about 500 tons per day. 

Amberty John mining and trapping 

Amundsen Samuel prospector 

Anderson J A 

Barnard Charles station agent 

Blank Chas mining 

Boothman T 

Bowen Ben mining 
Brown J mining 

Buckley K I drug store 

Burns M mining 

Bysouth Thos mine foreman 

Clotworthy J mining 

Coalmont Collieries Ltd Donald Mc- 
Lean mgr 

Coalmont Hotel L N Marcotte mgr 

Cook Mrs E W general store 

Cook John R truck foreman 

Elliott E H boot and harness repairs 

Gaynor M prospector 

Gordon Andw prospector 

Gow J mining 

Hewitt John logging 

Holmes Ethel bookkeeper 

Holmes Hugh truck-driver 

Holmes Thos farming 

Holmes George ranching 

James Mrs Alice ranching 

Koch M section foreman 

Larkin Mrs R 

Lockie A farming 

Morgan A D real est ins PM 

McDonald Norman mining 

Mcintosh Finlay logging 

McLean Donald mgr Coalmont Col- 
lieries Ltd 

MacLeod M W contractor trucks 

McTavish Isaac gen merchant and 
postmaster 

Marcolle Mrs school teacher 

Marcotte L N mgr Coalmorit Hotel 

Olson John section man 

Prendergast Jas D lumber and wood 

Prentis S H carpenter 

Princeton & Coalmont Lumber Co 

Rabbit Thomas ranching 

Scar Mine Co 

Sheffield Dr G resident 

Smart Mrs W T 

Spearing Angustus prospector 

Speck J mining 

Wheeler Joseph prospector 

Coal Point, on the west of Saanich 
Peninsula, Vancouver Island. 

Coal River, 140 miles long, runs 
into Liard River 100 miles northeast 
of Sylvester Landing. 

Coast Island, a reef 8 miles south 
of Prince Rupert. 

Coast Mountains: This range, 
averaging 6,000 feet in height, 
stretch along the whole coast line of 
British Columbia and have a width 
of about 100 miles. 

COBBLE HILL 

a post office and station on E. & N. 
Ry., 31 miles north of Victoria, in 
Cowichan Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. Has C. P. R. Telegraph and B. 
C. Telephone, and public school. Lo- 
cal resources: Farming. 
Alexander D H mixed farming 
Alexander Norman G farming 
Anderson John N chicken ranch 
Baiss Jas S farming 



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Annnal 
Dividends 

For Rates, etc., 

write, call or 

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Mainland 

Board of 
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Co. Ltd. 

High-grade 

Cabinetmaking 

Upholstering 

and French 

Polishing 

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Estimates 
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Phone 

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Showrooms: 

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Works : 
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Modern Office 
Supply Co. Ltd. 

DESKS 

Chairs 

Tables 

Bookcases 

FILING 
CABINETS 

AND 
SUPPLIES 

Non-Shine 

Felt Chair Pads 

(They save the 

clothes) 

Modem 
Furnitiire 

for the 

Modem 
Office 

163 Pender St. 
West 

Vancouver 

B.C. 



B.C. Barber 

Supply and 

Sundries 

Ltd. 

Druggists* 

Sundries 

Razors 

Eazor Strops 

Shaving 

Brushes 

Manicure 

Goods 

Distributors 

Bandora 

A Fixative 
Hair Cream 

64 Hastings St. 
West 

Vancouver 

B.C. 



Baker Fred rancninK 

Barry E W mixed farming 

Harry Jas A JoKffir.g 

Barry T P blacksmith 

Barton Herbert farming 

Bauer Frank O ranching 

Beasley Percy E sawmill mgr 

Bennett Otis C planerman 

Bird Claude C farming 

Bonner G E & Sons grocers 

Breton Basil O bookkeeper 

Butcher Harry U lather 

Caiman Leonard J farming 

Canadian Bank of Commerce (Dun- 
can sub-agency) F N Gisborne mgr 

Chapman Wm T farming 

Cheal Alfred farming 

Cheeke G A mixed farming 

Clark Robt farming 

Clarke John "W S farming 

Cobble Hill Bakery W Wragg 

Cobble Hill Garage I L Dougan prop 

Cobble Hill Grocery 

Copley F A sec Sylvania sch brd 

Cornish F W mixed farming 

Couve Rev W J Ang cleryman 

Craig Jas farming 

Dix J shoe repairing 

Dougan Abraham A mixed farming 

Dougan E D mixed farming 

Dougan J J poultry sec sch brd 

Dougan Nathan P farming and sec 
Bench sch brd 

Dougan Stephen D farming 

Dougan Wyman C farming 

Easton Robt deliveryman 
Erant Philip H farming and sec 
Shawnigan Farmers Inst 

Essery Samuel J farming 

Forbes Alister farming 

Ford Fredk J cook 

Frayne G mixfed farming 

Freeman John S farming 

Freeman W J mixed farming 

Garnett Geo G mechanic 

Garnett Louis H farming 

Garnett Louis O retired 

Gisborne Fred N mgr CGof C 

Hanmer Llewellyn farming 

Heyward'Wm Pen-y-wren Lodge 

Hollings A E J mixed farming 

Hollings Charlotte farming 

Hollings H H mixed farming 

Hook Allan Jas retired artist 

Hughes Jasper N ranching 

Hutcheson Alexander ranching 

Jackson Edwin R M farming 

Jones John farming 

Jones John D farming 

Joyce Wm B farming 

Keene E H mixed farming 

Keene Mrs E H sec Mill Bay sch brd 

Keene Trevor farming 

Knight Cosmos H farming 

Knight Graft A farming 

La Fortune John A farming 

La Fortune Joseph farming 

Lock & Smith meat market 

Lowe Wm H farming 

McDonnell Walter T farming 

Mclntree Nicholas H farming 

McLay Sawmill T Pitt owner & mgr 

McLeod Catherine nurse 

McMillan Malcolm poultry ranching 

McPherson K Donald sec foreman 

Machlin Clifford D of Machlin & 

Napper 
Machlin & Napper gen store 
Makepeace Chas H master seaman- 
Makepeace Chas W farming 
Mallett Arthur farming 
Manley Robt J farming 
Manley W G mixed farming 
May Wm freight checker 
Nightingale Arthur & Cheeke G A 

sec Bd of Trade 
Nightingale Eustace C farming 



Nott W H B mixed farming 

O'Farrell Henry P farming 

Oldham Lieut-Col Frank T retired 

Olney Samuel A ranching 

Pendray Alfred T farming 

Pen-y-wren Lodge W^m Heyward 

Peterson Eide H mill-owner 

Pitt T owner and mgr McLay Sawmill 

Plumb Geo ranching 

Porter Annie asst PM 

Porter Francis T station agent 

Porter Jas A postmaster 

Regan Geo H poultryman 

Regan John H poultryman 

Roberts John O logging 

Robinson John E farming 

Robson John teamster 

Shearing Herbert carpenter 

Sheppard I J mixed farming 

Sheringham Edw D'ljrban farming 

Simpson Hugh farming 

Slade Jas H farming 

Smith Jas H butcher 

Stanier Dr F F physician 

Steine Wm T chartered accountant 

Stephenson Albert E Meth minister 

Stewart-Macleod Vincent H farming 

Strangward Wm H T butcher 

Stuart Geo surveyor 

Stuart W H mixed farming 

Taggart Geo P L engineer 

Taylor Edwin farming 

Toms Lewis W retired 

Trinder Bessie R tel agent 

Trinder Henry farming 

Turner Wm D retired 

Verdier John farming 

Wace Cyril surgeon 

Walton Lancelot F ranching 

Walton Thomas H books stationery 
and groceries 

tVhite Harry B W farming 

White Stephen farming 

Whittaker Wm farming 

Wilder Geo farming 

Wilkinson Thos farming 

Williams Edw H farming 

Williams Edw M W ranching 

Wilson Peter mechanic 

Wilson Thos L plasterer 

Woollcy Sidney G farming 

Wragg W prop Cobble Hill Bakery 

Cockatrice Bay, on the southwest 
of Broughton Island. 

Cockburn Cape, on the west of Nel- 
son Island. 

CODY 

a mining town H4 miles east of San- 
don, which is the post office. Popu- 
lation, 50. Altitude, 3,515 feet. 
Byrnes Michael mining 
Cleverley Arthur J cook 
Cook Ronald electrician 
Findlay Wm foreman 
Hope Geo carpenter 
Huey John B rancher poultry vege- 

tciblos etc 
Lincoln Paul supt and mgr Noble 5 

Mine and Mill 
Thompson Geo teamster 
Whellams H S accountant 

COFFEE CREEK 

a steamer landing on Coffee Creek, 
which is 12 miles long and runs into 
Kootenay Lake 3 miles south of 
Ainsworth, reached by C. P. R. Nei- 
son-Kaslo route steamers. 

Coffee Creek, 12 miles long, runs 
into Kootenay Lake 3 miles south of 
Ainsworth. 



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Coffin Island, a rock on north side 
of the Outer Harbour, Victoria. 

Coffin Islet, a lighthouse on north 
side of entrance to Oyster Harbour. 
Lady smith. 

COGHLAN (Mun. of Langley) 

a post office and station on B. C. E. 
Ry., Fraser Valley line, 37 miles east 
of Vancouver, 25% from New West- 
minster and 12 from Cloverdale, in 
Delta Provincial Electoral District. 
Local resources: Lumbering and 
farming. Address mail R. R. Ko. 1, 
Coghlan. 

Beaton Archie farming 
Craig & Taylor mfrs rough and 

dressed lumber 
Depenbrock H F mixed farming 
East India Lumber Co mfrs rough 

and dressed lumber 
Empire Oil Co (Van) drilling for oil 
Flowerdew E poultry yards 
Grant Alfred stock-raising 
Greer J W farming 
Hill Robert farming 
Hocklngs Eli mixed farming 
Howell L C bee-keeping 
Ker F farming 
Little J E farming and stock 
McCom "W farming 
McDonald John mixed farming 
■Mclntyre M mixed farming 
Petterson O H gen store and PM 
Poppy D W reeve and farming 
Radlet R W farming 
Rancher Geo farming 
Rerrie A A tie dir mfr lumber 
Spears Samuel stock-raising 
Spence P mixed farming 
Tegar Albert farming 
Tucker D farming and poultry 
Wilbum W farming 

Cohilukthan Slough, at the mouth 
of Fraser River, 12 miles southwest 
of New Westminster. 

COKATO 

a mining settlement on the C. P. R., 
(no agent), 2^4 miles west of Fernie, 
the post office, in Fernie Provincial 
Electoral District. Has public school. 
Population, 75. 

Anderson Julius dairy farming 
Camerson Alex blacksmith 
Carosella Philip ranching 
Carson Charlie section foreman 
Constanza Thos mixed farming 
Coutts Albert rancher 
Cunliffe Thomas mining 
Dicken William ranching 
Dingsdale Chas retired 
Draper Robert mining 
Evans John rancher 
Haddon Mrs I ranching 
Hayer John miner 
Morley George mixed farming 
Vansekker Julius section boss 

Cold Creek, 7 miles long, tributarv 
of Reservation Creek. 

Cold Spring Creek, 7 miles long, 
runs into nortli of Upper Columbia 
Lake. 

COLD SPRINGS 

a flag station on the E. B. C Rv., 
in the Kootenays. No agent or \ocs\l 
residents. 

COLDSTREAM MUNICIPALITY 

Reeve — Major E. H. Cunliff, Ver- 
non. 

Clerk — E. Henderson, Vernon. 



Coldwater Creek, 8 miles long, 
tributary of Wolf Creek, 11 miles 
southeast of Princeton. 

Coldwater River, 38 miles long, 
runs Into Nicola River at Coutlee. 

Cole Bay, on the west side of 
Saanich Peninsula, Vancouver Island. 

COLEBROOK 

a station on the G. N. R. and N. P. 
R., 11 miles south of New West- 
minster and 3 north of Crescent, in 
Delta Provincial Electoral District 
and Surrey Municipality. Has G. N. 
W. Telegraph. Population, 50. Lo- 
cal resources: Farming, fishing and 
some good timber. Address via 
Cloverdale R. R. No. 1. 
Alexander W poultry 
Atherton A poultry 
Bell Wm logging 
Briggs Wm farming 
Brown C C mixed farming 
Brown Harry mixed farming 
Brown Thomas mixed farming 
Bushby Ernest mixed farming 
Campbell Leslie J RR agent 
Campbell Nellis RR opr 
(IJhew Charlie truck gardener 
Coulthard F J mixed farming 
Frith G E chicken ranch 
Green F J poultry 
Kerry & Sinclair logging 
Lancaster L H RR opr 
Lane H R mixed farming 
McBride B mixed farming 
Perram Miss F A sch tchr 
Roberts Tom mixed farming 
Robertson Geo laborer 
Sato N sec frmn 
Singer F M Co's Mill 
Steele Mrs M S poultry 
Walker Adam mixed farming 
Weaver J mixed farming 
Weaver S mixed farming 
Webber D E logging 

Coleman Creek, 7 miles long, runs 
into Alberni Canal 17 miles south of 
Alberni. 

COLLEYMOUNT 

a post office and farming settlement 
on north shore of Francois Lake, in 
Omineca Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, reached by stage from Burns 
Lake, the nearest railway and tele- 
graph point, on G. T. P. Ry., distant 
35 miles northeast. Land values 
average from $10 to $15 per acre. Lo- 
cal resources: Mixed farming and 
stock-raising. 

Bankie Wm F mixed farming 
Bolles Rosco L M farming 
Bostrom Oscar mixed farming 
Brown A E farming 
Cassidy Delmer W farmer 
Dalberg Olaf mixed farming 
Eastment Arthur postmaster 
Finnigan William J mixed farming 
Gale Franklin farmer 
Gebhardt Max mixed farming 
Harker Alfred D farmer 
Harker David farmer 
Humphrey Thomas mixed farming 
Jenkins Sandy mixed farming 
McNeil Wilson mixed farming 
Martin John mixed farming 
Moore Wm H farmer 
Oknianski Kain mixed farming 
Oknianski Michael mixed farming 
Osborne Edith mixed farming 
Parrott Herbert mixed farming 
Pottinger Elizabeth school teacher 
Radley Thos farmer 




T. H. BOOTHE 
Estab. 1908 

Okanagan 

FRUIT 
FARMS 

Penticton 

HOMES 

Write for List 
of Bargains 

T. H. 
BOOTHE 

Penticton, B. C. 



General 
Battery 
Service 

IJMITED 

Distributors 

Storage 
Batteries 

2000 

Granville 

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Renaud Robt O farmer 
Short Fay S farming and stock 
Short John L mixed farming 
Stubbs Milton H mixed farming 
Sunde Staffen mixed farming 
Thomas Allan mixed farming 
Unger Kurt mixed farming 
Wallace Paul mixed farming 
Weidner Adam mixed farming 

Collingwood Channel, on the west 
side of Bowen Island, at entrance to 
Howe Sound. 

COLLINGWOOD EAST 

a sub-post office and Vancouver 
suburban residential district on the 
B. C. E. Ry., between Vancouver and 
New Westminster. Has B. C. Tele- 
phone. See names under Vancouver. 
McGregor J M PM 

COLLINGWOOD WEST 

a sub-post office and suburban dis- 
trict adjacent to Collingwood East. 
See names under Vancouver. 

Collins Creek, 30 miles long, runs 
into Finlay River 30 miles south of 
Fort Grahame. 

Collins Creek, 5 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Tulameen River. 

Collinson Bay, on the north of 
Drury Inlet. 

Collison Bay, on tlie southeast of 
Moresby Island, Queen Charlottes. 

COLONIAL 

a steamer landing on the west coast 
of Vancouver Island, reached by C 
P. R. steamers from Victoria. See 
names under Port Alice, the post 
office. 

COLONIAL 

a salmon cannery on the Fraser 
River, owned by B. C. Packers' As- 
sociation. 517 Granville St., Van- 
couver. 

Colony Lake, 1 mile long, 1 mile 
north of Quatsino, Vancouver Island. 

COLQUITZ 

a post office and farming settlement 

in Saanich Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, 5 miles northwest of Victoria. 

Has B. C. Telephone. 

Ball G chicken ranch 

Barker James fruit-growing 

Boyd J M clerk 

Braine Frank 

Cameron Thos ranching 

Chandler Roy ranching 

Cochrane Robt teamster 

Colquitz General Store A E Scaife 
prop and PM 

Cummins A P constable and game 
keeper Prov Govt Pheasant Farm 

Dawson F P rancher 

Dennis Clarke chicken ranch 

Duggan R G rancher 

Emerson G retired 

Faickney Frank mechanic 

Fisher Percy cattle dealer 

Foster Allen mechanic 

Fulton Frank mechanic 

Garden City Women's Inst Mrs M 
Hall sec 

Gaunson Peter tmstr Layritz Nurs- 
eries 

Genn Reginald accountant 

Giles W horticulturist Layritz Nsry 



Gilham G E farming 
Gillie J farmer 
Goward Harry ranching 
Greenwood John real estate 
Hillis H timber dealer 
Hillis P farmer 
Jackman J fruit-growing 
Jeffries T B mechanic 
Jones Edward farming 
Jones Geo farming 
Jones Saml farming 

I.AYBITZ NUBSEBIUS 

Bicliard Iiayritz, Proprietor. Fruit 
aiid-> Ornamental Trees, Hollies, 
Boses, Bhododendrons, Small 
Fruits, Perennials, Btc. Telephone, 
Col(iuitz 12-B. 

Layritz Richard prop Layritz Nurs- 
eries 

Lytle Robt fruit ranching 

McNut J ranching 

Nixon E A commr Naval Yards 

Pringle H S solicitor 

Prov Govt Mental Hospital 

Prov Govt Pheasant Farm 

Robbins .los teamster 

Russell Thos farming 

Ryves G clerk 

Scaife A E prop Colquitz Gen Store 
and PM 

Symons J R retired 

Van Decar H D bee-keeping 

Youell Chas teamstei* 

Zimmerman G rancher 

Colquitz River, 7 miles long, runs 
from Beaver Lake southward into 
Portage Inlet, Victoria. 

COLTERN 



a station on 
couver line. 
Phoenix, 



C. P. R. Nelson-Van- 
8 miles northeast of 
Greenwood Provincial 
Electoral District. The Emma Mine, 
owned by the Consolidated Mining & 
Smelting Co. of Canada, Ltd., is lo- 
cated here. (See Denora.) 

COLUMBIA 

also known as West Grand Forks. 
See names under Grand Forks. 

COLUMBIA GARDENS 

a post office and farming settlement 
59 miles south of Nelson and 7 east 
of Trail, on Columbia River, Trail 
Provincial Electoral District, on the 
G. N. R. Auto stage runs from and 
to Trail. Nearest telegraph point 
Waneta, on the G. N. R., 4 miles. Has 
Dominion Government Long Distance 
Telephone and public school. Popu- 
lation, 60. 

Archibald Charles B mixed farming 
Buchanan Wm H farming 
Burrows Jas G mixed farming 
Davis Jonathan ranching 
Drake F H blacksmith mixed farm- 
ing sec school board 
Groutage John mixed farming 
Hunter Jas fruit mixed farming 
Jewell Wm G mixed farming 
Leitch Mrs Anne postmistress 
McColm John mixed farming 
McColm Thos dairy and farming 
Marrison Wm ranching 
Pipkin Jas dairy and farming 
South Kootenay Farmers' Institute 

Columbia Lakes, now called Win- 
dermere Lake and Upper Columbia 
Lake. 



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Columbia River has its source in 
Upper Columbia Lake, flowing there- 
from in a northwest direction and 
continuing so for 200 miles, when at 
Boat Encampment it makes a sharp 
turn and flows almost due south for 
another 150 miles. Here the river 
broadens out into the Upper and 
Lower Arrow Lakes, which stretch 
for a distance of 130 miles. The 
river continues south for another 50 
miles and crosses into the State of 
Washington, U. S. A., at Waneta. 
Total length in British Columbia is 
about 600 miles. 

COLVALLI 

a station and farming settlement on 
the C. P. R. Crow's Nest line, 28 
miles northeast of Cranbrook and 6 
east of Wardner, the post office. 
Larner Geo farming 

Colville Islet, a rock on the north 
side of the Outer Harbour, Victoria. 

COLWOOD 

a post office and station on E. & X. 
Ry., 8 miles from Victoria, in Esqui- 
mau Provincial Electoral District, 
reached by rail and auto stage from 
the city. Has Anglican Church, 
public school, B. C. Telephone 
and electric light. Population, 350. 
Allen Walter poultry-raising 
Aviaries The S Goodall prop can- 
aries (Woodlands) 
Bailey & Etheredge props Colwood 

Hotel 
Barr Rosie A phone opr 
Beesemyer Louis farming 
Bennet J mixed farming 
Benson Harry R laborer 
Bickford Wm retired 
Blogg C G mixed farming 
Bosworth W chicken ranch 
Brown W M chicken ranch 
Bugslag Peter carpenter 
Burgess Arthur S poultry ranch 
Chrislofferson H fish dealer 
Colwood Hotel iJailey & Etheredge 

props 
Colwood Womens Inst Mrs H Parker 

sec 
Croft Ben farming 
Dickinson W chicken ranch 
Dunsmuir Hon Mrs James "The 

Castle" 
Ewing G Leckie chicken ranch 
Giles G meat market 
Goodall Bros gen store 
Goodall C H postmaster and JP 
Goodall John H motor engineer 
Goodall S prop The Aviaries Wood- 
lands 
Gosse Capt garden produce and light- 
housekeeper 
Graham Jas F farming and contr 
Homer Benjamin stage service 
Hot Bros fish dealers 
James Capt R X poultry ranch 
Larger C woodsman 
Mcllwaine J transfer 
Man Bros dairving 
Morter A laborer 
Noda T landscape gardener 
Pam A poultry ranching 
Parker Mrs H sec school board 
Parker Harry H farming 
Peatt Alfred T contr farming cattle 
Pratt Leslie B farming 
Queeney D B dairying 
Ridley Clement transfer and wood 

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Robinson Jas laborer 



Robinson R W poultry ranching 
Rock Producers Co Ltd sand and 

gravel 
Rose Bank Lime Kiln 
Scott H E florist 
Shields Edward fire warden 
Smith W J chicken ranch 
Surles H B telg opr 
Thorn J C grocer 
Turner W fruit farming 
Walsh C Gordon chicken ranch 
Wishart J W farming 
W^orsley Mrs chicken ranch 
Yeo W L wood dealer 

COMAPLIX 

a landing in the Kootenay, reached 
by S.S. "Yale" daily from Arrow- 
head to Beaton. 

Come Again Creek, 5 miles long, 
a tributary of Kaslo Creek. 

COMER 

a flag station on the P G. E. Ry., in 
the Cariboo district, 5 miles from 
Williams Lake. 

Comet Island, in the Gulf of 
Georgia, 5 miles east of Sidney, Van- 
couver Island. 

Commerce Creek, 12 miles long, 
tributary of Flathead River. 

Commerell Cape, the most northern 
point of Vancouver Island. 

Como Lake, 2 miles south of Port 
Moody. 

COMOX 

a village and post office on Comox 
Harbor, Gulf of Georgia, 60 miles 
northwest of Xanaimo, and 3 east of 
Courtenay, the nearest railway point 
on the E. & N. Ry., In Comox Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. Also 
reached by C. P. R. steamers from 
Vancouver. Has Government Tale- 
graph, Anglican, Presbyterian and 
R. C. churches. Population 200. 
Logging, lumbering, cattle raising, 
dairying and farming. 

Addison Geo logging 

Aikman Edw A W ship builder 

Ainslee Robt wireless opr 

Anderton Leo real estate 

Ardley Geo E mixed farming 

Atkinson J retired 

Ball A B gen store 

Beadnell Dr Geo D retired 

Beaton Father R C priesc 

Beckensell Thos farming 

Blight W farmer 

Butchers Geo bee keeping 

Buyers W fire warden 

Cameron David T machinist 

Carthew Donald M carpenter 

Carthew Jas A farming 

Carto Phil S poultry raising 

Chalet The Mrs C C Piercy prop 

board and rooms 
Chappell Albert E farming 
Cliffe Edgar A laborer 
Cliffe Ed T auto garage 
Cliffe Samuel H contractor 
Collison Ven Archd Ang clergyman 
Columbia Sister M supt St Joseph's 

Hospital 
Comox Farmers Inst G C Bigelow 

sec (Courtenay) 
Cooper Geo mixed farming 
Curtis Jas M mixed farming 
Davies Wm road supt 
Davi^ E H dairy farming 
Denholme J mixed farming 



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Downey Esther H nurse 

Downey Paul carpenter 

Downey Rosemary school teacher 

Dunbar Alex mixed farming 

Edwards Margaret M P farming 

Fairbairn M G prop Lome Hotel 

Fletcher W R farming 

Frankoske Martin farming 

Gage Stanley P farming 

Gee Walter E logging 

Giddings John B mixed farming 

Grant K millman 

Grieve J W farming 

Grist E mixed farming 

Guthrie Patrick H farming 

Hawkins Geo H mixed farming 

Hawkins John fruit ranching 

Helm H mixed farming 

Higgins Wm B logging 

Hiles John farming 

Hilton J farming 

Holmes Jas millman 

Holmes J B bookkeeper 

Idiens Bros farming 

Jones John ranching 

Kamasky K dairy farming 

Knight J V mixed farming 

Laban Geo E ranching 

Lome Hotel M G Fairbairn prop 

Ludam C F farming 

McCann John W carpenter 

McClellan Mrs G boarding house 

McKenzie John farming 

McKenzie John A logging 

McLeod John A mining 

McMillan C millman 

Macpherson Chas mixed farming 

Martin Robt engineer 

Millet E J carpenter 

Moore C J chicken farming 

Mooring Ben blacksmith 

Neville & Edwards farming 

Norden Capt C E steamboat 

Ord Edward farming 

Pickard Walter A retired 

Piercy C Cyril postmaster 

Piercy Mrs C C prop The Chalet 

Price Victor R farming 

Pritchard John A farming 

Pritchard N A dairy farming 

Pritchard Walter R farming 

Radford A L sec Nob Hill sch brd 

Radford Carl A farming 

Radford Harry electrician 

Raine T C wireless opr 

Richards Harry farming 

Rombough E E carpenter 

Russell H G mixed farming 

Ryan D R mixed farming 

Ryan P W mixed farming 

St John the Baptist R C Church Rev 
Ronald Beaton pastor 

St Josephs Hospital Sister M Co- 
lumbia supt 

Smith H N surveyor 

Smith John engineer 

Smith Margaret teleg agt 

Smith Percival contractor 

Steele David T bookkeeper 

Stevens W retired 

Stevenson Glennie farming 

Stevenson J mixed farming 

Stewart R M farming 

Sweeting R taxidermist 

Thomas Bertram R farming 

Thomas G H mixed farming 

Thomson Jos logging 

U F of B C B Harvey jr sec 

Vogel J mixed farming 

Ward C J B farming poultry 

Watkinson Arthur laborer 

West Wm mixed farming 

Wilcox Mrs E J gen store 

Wilcox Ralph wharfinger 

Wilton Albert song writer 

Wortington Dr retired 

Wright Tom farming 



CONNAUGHT 

a station on C. P. R., 5% miles east 
of Glacier, in the Revelstoke Provin- 
cial Electoral District, at mouth of 
the famous Connaught tunnel. The 
climate is delightful and dry; eleva- 
tion 3,500 feet; great scenery, fish- 
ing, hunting and trapping. Popula- 
tion 20. Address mail via Glacier 
post office. 
Gonri J sec foreman 
McLeod D watchman 
Sing Louis tunnel watchman 
Spiker J trapper and hunter 
Wagish P sectionman 
Watson J watchman 

CONNAUGHT HILL 

a station on B. C. E. Ry., Central 
Park line. See names under New 
Westminster. 

CONNERS 

See Wilson's Ranch. 

CONNER'S RANCH 

a Dominion Government Telephone 
office. Post office address, R.R. 1, 
Heffley Creek. Business point, 
Kamloops, 18 miles. 
Connor J ranch agt Dom Govt Tel 

Connis Point, on the northwest 
coast of Redonda Island. 

Constance Cove, on the east side of 
Esquimau Harbour, Vancouver Is- 
land. 

Cook Cape, on the west coast of 
Vancouver Island, 20 miles south of 
Quatsino Sound. 

Cook Creek, 8 miles long, runs 
into Spallumcheen River 15 miles 
east of Enderby. 

Cook's Creek, 2 miles long, runs in- 
to Deep Bay. 

COOKSON 

a flag station on K. V. Ry., 69 miles 
west of Midway and 13 west of 
Carmi, the post office, in Greenwood 
Provincial Electoral District. Near- 
est telegraph C. P. R., at Penticton, 
65 miles west. Local resources: 
Timber. See also Gordon. 
Tamokas Alex section foreman 

Coomasac Creek, 7 miles long, runs 
into north end of Bute Inlet. 

COOMBE 

a steamer landing on the north side 
of Burrard Inlet, 8 miles east of 
Vancouver. 

COOMBS 

a post office and station, 200 feet 
above sea level, on the E. & N. Ry., 
100 miles north of Victoria, 27 north 
of Nanaimo, and 3 from The Beach, 
in Alberni Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. Has Dominion Government 
Telegraph and local and long distance 
phone connections. Visiting clergy- 
men. Population 200. Local re- 
sources: Sawmills and logging. Good 
shooting and fishing. 
Armstrong J ranching 
Aubrey Geo bookkeeper 
Bardsley J ranching 
Boorman Geo laborer 
Boyd J M ranching 
Bruce-Dorset J ranching 



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BulUmore J ranching 

Busby Benp mill engineer 

Coombs Farms Inst J C Buck see 

Errlngton 
Donaley T ranching 
Edwards L. ranching 
Fallow W ranching 
Ford Walter contr sec French Creek 

school board 
Foster James bricklayer 
Glrarde O J ranching 
Cowing L ranching 
'"-nssing A ranching 
■^r J ranching 
gory Wm ranching 
Henderson R sec foreman 
Hendrlckson O ranching 
Hewitt W J ranching 
:i C "W B ranching 
chings E ranching 
-yet J ranching 
Jennings S H ranching 
Jennete H ranching 
Jepson G ranching 

Karans A ranching 

Kingsburry R logger 

Knight A ranching 

Krog John laborer 

Larson Thos sawyer 

Laurendeau J ranching 

Lewis Frank ranching 

Lewis James engineer 

McNeal L. H sawyer 

McTier W H teamster 

McTier "W W laborer 

McVay W A laborer 

Mead Jas farmer 

Moore George ranching 

Neden J W ranching 

Nelson V ranching 

Norris W section hand 

Parmeter E store hand 

Pilbeam I farmer 

Ouimlt David carpenter 

Pearson M ranching 

Raynor J I general store 

Reuz O musician 

Rowbotham W H ranching 

Scott G M relief operator 

Scott Robert ranching 

Sharps L P ranching 

Shaw G E ranching 

Shearnee B ranching 

Silves J logger 

Singh Amar supt Virginia Lbr Co 

Singh Lotman mgr Virginia Lbr Co 

Sinnott Frank ranching 

Stevenson Edw postmaster 

Streno & Co S Ueno mgr shingle mill 

Sturgess H C logger 

Thornhill J ranching 

Topliffe F section hand 

I'eno S mgr Streno & Co 

Veaux E ranching 

Virginia Lumber Co Lotman Singh 

mgr sawmill 
Ward C E ranching 
West John contractor 
Winchester C R ranching 

Copper Cove, on north side of Sooke 
• rbour, south coast of Vancouver 
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COOPER CREEK 

settlement on the Lardo-Gerrard 
nch of the C. P. R., 4 miles north 
Lardo, which is the post office. 

Alexander Jas farmer 

Cooper Alfred saw mill 

Rady J C logging contractor 

Cooper Reach, near the head of 
Loughborough Inlet, 



COOPERS 

in the Skeena district, reached by the 
Carcross-Atlin line of the W. P. & 
Y. route. 

Copper Bay, on the northeast of 
Moresby Island, Queen Charlottes. 

COPPER CITY 

See names under Copper River. 

Copper Cliff, on the west of Valdes 
Island, 3 miles north of Quathiaski. 

COPPER COVE 

a summer camping ground for the 
Y. W. C. A., near Whytecliffe, on the 
P. G. E. Ry., in North Vancouver 
Provincial Electoral District, 12 miles 
west of North Vancouver. The sum- 
mer post office is Whytecliffe. 

COPPER CREEK 

a logging camp 10 miles north of 
Skookumchuck, in Cranbrook Pro- 
vincial Electoral District, near Tor- 
rent, on the C. P. R., at which point 
there is a spur known as Rankin's 
Spur. Address mail Copper Creek 
via Skookumchuck. 
Cameron W S logging and tie contr 
Crow's Nest Pass Lumber Co N 

Dawen logging supt 
Dawen N logging supt CNPL Co 
Glove Mining Co Ltd 
Newland M prospecting 
Sarine Chas prospecting 
Rankins Wm logging tie contr lbr 

mfr gen store 

COPPER CREEK 

a station on the C. N. R., and a min- 
ing district on Copper Creek, 5 miles 
east of Savona. Has public school. 
Local resources: Farming and min- 
ing. Address mail Red Lake post 
office. 

Alexander Chas mixed farming 
Anderson Alfred mixed farming 
Ball Andw ranching 
Bell Danl stock raising 
Cate H A mixed farming 
Chester John mixed farming 
Curan Philip mixed farming 
Edward Chas storekeeper 
Douglas Wm rancher 
Feslunden Kenneth ranching 
Fullmer Danl mixed farming 
Hardie Andw mixed farming 
Hardie Thos A hotel keeper and frtr 
Hardy G mixed farming 
Leask Harry mixed farming 
Lindsay Wm mixed farming 
MacKintosh Patrick Dom forest rgr 
McWhinney M mixed farming 
Mathson Alfred ranching 
Miles Andrew mixed farming 
Montray F C ranching 
Moorhead M P rancher 
Ongman John ranching 
Shemilt I R mixed farming 
Smith John ranching 
Steele Wm mixed farming 
Waltin F Oscar ranching 
Welland Thos blksmith mixed farm- 
ing 
W^eston F mixed farming 
Wickstrom John mixed farming 
Young A A mixed farming 

Copper Creek, 11 miles long, runs 
into Similkameen River, 18 miles 
south of Princeton. 



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Copper Creek, 8 miles lone, a 
tributary of the middle fork Spilli- 
macheen River. 

Copper Creek, 6 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Boundary Creek. 

Copper Creek, 5 miles long, tribu- 
tary of north fork of Salmon River, 
West Kootenay. 

Copper Creek, 4 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Dewar Creek. 

Copper Island, or Tzartoos Island, 
5 miles long, in Barclay Sound, Van- 
couver Island, at entrance to Alberni 
Canal. 

COPPER MOUNTAIN 

a mining town of the Canada Copper 
Corporation, Ltd., of Allenby, on 
Copper Mountain, which is 5,000 feet 
high, and 12 miles south of Prince- 
ton, in Similkameen Provincial Elec- 
toral District, reached by stage from 
Princeton. Has Dominion Govern- 
ment Telephone office. Local re- 
sources: Copper mining. Allenby Is 
the post office. 
Beaulieu Thos carpenter 
Beaulieu T miner 
Berquist C J miner 
Berry Alex P asst engineer 
Bull A W assistant 
Canada Copper Corporation Ltd J 

A McLaughlin supt 
Cessford A mining 
Corsi L miner 
Cuthbertson Jas master mech CCC 

Ltd 
Gardner R miner 
Gowans J warehouse acct 
Graham J A miner 
Hadden Ed chief acct CCC Ltd 
King H asst CCC Ltd 
McKenzie A C miner 
McKinnon D A miner 
McLaughlin J A supt Canada Cop- 
per Corp Ltd and PM 
Matthews O R asst postmaster 
Oxley Wm miner 
Poe R G miner 
Price T J store manager 
Van Wagenen H R gen mgr CCC Ltd 
Watson H R elk CCC Ltd 
White W pool hall 
White W mining 
Zaharoff W chief electrician 

COPPER RIVER 

a post office (station known as Cop- 
per City), on the G. T. P., 99 miles 
east of Prince Rupert, in the Pro- 
vincial Electoral District of Prince 
Rupert. Office of sub-recorder 
Skeena and Omineca mining divi- 
sions. Copper City is the railway 
base for Copper River or Thornhill 
Mountain mineral claims. 
Bell W mining 
Brunsing A H mining 
Buckanan D A miner 
Carmichael A mining 
Clore A L farming 
Cote J farmer 
Dahl W mining 
Davies V trapper and mining 
Dobbie S W farming 
Gabriel J mining 
Hoult E mining 
Hull A farming 
Johnston W H farming 
Le Blanc H mining 
McNeil T mining 
Mason D mining 
Mawhinney D C farmer 
Miller J miner 
Nyberg A trapper and miner 



Skinner Leslie G gen store mining 

recorder and PM 
Turner T C M farming 
Walker A G farming 

COQUIHALLA 

a station on the K.V. and G.N. Rys., 
37 miles east of Hope and 18 west 
of Brookmere, the post office, in Yale 
Provincial Electoral District. No 
agent. 

Aiken A sec man 
Caydzien G opr 
Fontana J. watchman 
Johnson A sectionman 
Larsen E trapper 
Neilson S J section man 
Parnaby F sec foreman 
Parsons F sec foreman 
Peterson C sec foreman 
Wall B gang foreman 

Coquihalla River, 30 miles long, 
runs into Fraser River at Hope. 

Coquitlam Lake, 7 miles long, 16 
miles northeast of New Westminster. 

COQUITLAM MUNICIPALITY 

See names under Burquitlam and 
Maillardville. 

Reeve — L. E. Marmont, Maillard- 
ville. 

Clerk — Robert Newman, Maillard- 
ville. 

Coquitlam River, 11 miles long, 
runs from Coquitlam Lake into 
Fraser River, 5 miles east of New 
Westminster. 

CORBETTS 

a Dominion Government Long Dis- 
tance Telephone office, 14 miles south 
of Merritt, the business centre and 
post office. 

Corbett Jas agt Dom Govt Telegraph 
and rancher 

CORBIN 

a post office and village on E. B. C 
Ry., 13 miles southeast of McGilliv- 
ray and 15 miles southeast of Michel, 
the banking centre, on the C. P. R. 
Crow's Nest branch, in Fernie Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. Office of 
Provincial Police Constable. Has 
public schools. Telephone and R. C 
Church, with occasional missionary. 
Population 500. Local resources: 
Coal mining and logging. 
Adamson Andrew miner 
Almond Percy laborer 
Almond Walter overman 
Almond Wm miner 
Ball Thos miner 
Baratella Paris sec frmn EBCR 
Barnes Jas N condr EBCR 
Barnes J W powerhouse man 
Barnes Thos J miner 
Blair Helen postmistress 
Blickson John miner 
Blunt Rich miner helper 
Bober Steve laborer 
Bornes J N cond EBCR 
Burns P & Co meat market 
Butler Albert timber cutter 
Cady F sec lOOF 64 
Callahan Mike miner 
Cameron Arthur laborer 
Chapman Wm track layer 
Chisholm Edw miner 
Chort Mike laborer 
Clark Herb laborer 



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irkson Arthur miner helper 
; irkson John miner helper 
Itough Geo electrical eng 

ough Geo jr laborer 

bett Jas laborer 

bin Coal & Cod Co E L. Warburton 
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■ rbin Hospital Robt Elliott phys 
■ stello John track layer 
■ ssfield J craneman 

ssfield Wm craneman 

is "\Vm hoistman 

nartine Peter miner 

nelly Edw miner 
man Hestor miner 
'ornan Jas miner 
i)ornan Robt miner 
iutka Wm miner 
3 B C R Co R S Ord mgr 
(idson W F car insp E B C R 
niiott Robt physician Corbin Hosp 
Slliott T physician 
pimes Geo fireboss 
plmes Levi clerk 
;31mes Percy laborer 
'■•erryman Henry flreboss 
''^.ek John miner 

dley Geo laborer 

thead Hotel E Ronerts mgr 

thead Petroleum Co 

•head Townside Coal Co V Sy- 

.onds mgr 

thead Trading Co gen store 

niing Pat laborer 

y Frank electrical engineer 
"rick Wm agt EBCR 
"rick Mrs W H 
>olick Andrew miner 
liibbs Wm blksmith 
jJingier Wni. laborer 
Slover John asst to tipple frmn 
iioss Wm brkmn EBCR 
ftregg Mrs Agnes 
;iregg Oscar laborer 
JJregg W O conductor 
Jreive Archie miner 
;Jreive Dave laborer 
Jrekle Wm laborer 
Jriffing Rich eng EBCR 
ialsell Jos eng 
■lirst Harry eng 
iobart Chas F eng EBCR 
€obart Val laborer 
iolden John miner 
lyrnew Xick miner 

O O F 64 A Cady sec 
rackson Walter helper 
rorgenson Hans fireman 
;<isica Andrew miner 
vnigh Sidney foreman 
Knight Elizabeth 
Kolinski Mike miner 
jCondraki John laborer 
i-Cosciw Mike miner 
iotyk Mike laborer 
iropowich Mike miner 
jCulney Louis miner 
'iOLZza. John laborer 
jinn Walter laborer 
Jttley Bail driver 
.uniwe Mike teamster 
juck G fire boss in mine 
itfcDonald Annie P 
VicDonald Mrs D R mgr Board Hosp 
iVIcDonald J R sec Miners Union 
iMcDonald Jas R 
McDonald John R 
tfcDonald Margaret I 
VIcRae R J lumberman 
Vlakam Peter miner 
Manlicker John timber cutter 
Markovitch John miner 
Matachuck John mine driver 
iMontalbetti Wm F EBCR 
VIonyalbetti Pasq foreman EBCR 
VIores Fred laborer 
Morgan A brakeman 



Mott Joe brkmn EBCR 

Murphy W S master mech 

Mundunk Fred lumber 

Neil John laborer 

Oakley John laborer 

Oakley Thos laborer 

Orlavich Hohn laborer 

Osborne Hugh overman 

Osborne Hugh jr laborer 

Porter Wm stable foreman 

Reger F W civil engineer 

Reid W A mgr Flathead Trading Co 
store 

Renchuck Geo laborer 

Ricci Julian miner 

Roberts E mgr Flathead Hotel 

Roberts E J pr mgr Flathead Trad- 
ing Co 

Ross Thos F laborer 

Rowen W fireman 

Sanych John laborer 

Sardonovitch Mike miner 

Sheppard Andrew driver 

Shewchuck John driver 

Shrimek Victor laborer 

Slemko Bill laborer 

Smith Jas prov police 

Smith Peter laborer 

Solowich Dan laborer 

Spralek Jas miner 

Superior Spruce Mills Ltd millers 
and loggers 

Swallow J stationary fireman 

Swallow Truman laborer 

Sykes Walter laborer 

Symonds Vivian 

Trumchick Harry laborer 

Trumchick John miner 

Verishen John miner 

Veritshi Joe laborer 

Virgo John flreboss 

Wallace Peter laborer 

Walme John laborer 

Wanhella Wm miner 

Warburton E mgr Corbin Coal & 
Coke Co and supt EBCR 

Wasklynuik M miner 

Watson John mech 

West Henry J master carpenter 

■V\''illiams John laborer 

CORDOVA BAY 

a post office and station on C. N. R. 
Patricia Bay line, Vancouver Island, 
7 miles from Victoria. 
McMartin Mrs M C postmistress 

Cordova Channel, between James 
Island and the east coast of Saanich 
Peninsula, Vancouver Island. 

COREY 

a flag station on the G. N. R.. 5 
miles west of Hedley, the post office, 
in Similkameen Provincial Electoral 
District. No agent or local residents. 

CORFIELD 

a farming settlement at head of 
Cowichan Bay, Vancouver Island, in 
Cowichan Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, 1% miles from Koksilah and 
3 hi southeast of Duncan. Koksilah 
is the nearest post office. For names 
see Koksilah. 

Cormorant Island, an island 2% 
miles in length, situated in Brough- 
ton Strait, off the northeast coast of 
Vancouver Island. Alert Bay post 
office Is on the southwest of the is- 
land. 

Corn Creek, 14 miles long, i uns in- 
to Kootenay River 12 miles south of 
Kootenay Landing. 



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Cornwall Creek, 9 miles long, runs 
into Thompson River 3 miles south 
of Ashcroft. 

Cornwall Hills, 6,600 feet high, 9 
miles west of Ashcroft. 

CORNWALLS 

a Dominion Government Telephone 
office, 12 miles west of Kamloops, 
the business centre and post office. 
Cornwall Henry agent Dom Govt Tel 
and ranching 

CORONATION 

(See Lome Mine P.O.) 
a mining camp in the Bridge River 
District, 20 miles north of Lillooet, 
in Lillooet Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, reached by wagon road from 
Mission Landing, on the P. G. E. 
Railway. 

Coronation Mining Co Victoria Syn- 
dicate gold 

CORTEZ ISLAND 

a post office on Cortez Island, which 
is 16 miles in length and lies to the 
north in the Straits of Georgia, 30 
miles north of Comox and 6 east of 
Valdez Island, In Comox Provincial 
Electoral District, reached by Union 
Steamship Co.'s boats from Vancou- 
ver, distant 100 miles, to Manson's 
Landing. Has telegraph and tele- 
phone offices, and public school. Is 
visited monthly by mission ship Co- 
lumbia, Rev. Antle. Local resources: 
Poultry raising, hogs, goats and 
sheep, mixed farming, with small 
fruits and logging. 
Ashford Geo farming 
Bartholomew A mixed farming 
Beesley Edmond mixed farming and 

PM 
Byers C S mixed farming 
Cortez Island Farmers Inst Jas W 

Hurren sec 
Cullin Hartley A farming 
Deering Carl F logging 
Fleming Geo farming 
Freeman A B mixed farming 
Freeman Wm Geo logging 
Froud Fred E farming 
Froud H G mixed farming 
Griffith Wm J ranching 
Hagen H mixed farming 
Hamareck Andrew ranching 
Hawkins F G poultry raising 
Hayes Alfred J engineer 
Holms John laborer 
Hurren J W sec Cortez Island Farm- 
ers Inst 
Johnston John C teacher 
Lambert John poultry and goats 
Lambert John S ranching 
Lambert Thos H logging 
Livingston Archd C ranching 
McLennan Donald A carpenter 
McLennan R H mixed farming 
Manson John B logging 
Manson John farming sec sch bd 
Morrison D R mixed farming 
O'Donnel Jos ranching 
Paulsen E A mixed farming 
Petznick F mixed farming 
Pickles C H mixed farming 
Scott Harry V poultry raising 
Teuber August mixed farming 

CORY 

a flag station on the G. N. Ry., in 
the Yale district, 20 miles from 
Princeton. 



CORYELL 

a flag station on the C. P. R. Nelson 
Vancouver line, 4 miles east of Paul 
son, the post offlce, 28 northeast o 
Grand Forks, in Grand Forks Pro 
vincial Electoral District. Only rest 
dents are section crew. 
Slastookin P section foreman 

COTTON CAMP 

in the Comox district, reached b; 
S.S. "Britannia" from Vancouver ti 
Howe Sound and way ports. 

Cotton Creek, 4 miles long, run; 
into Moyie Lake. 

Cotton Point, on the east of Keats 
Island. 

COTTONWOOD 

a post offlce, ranching and mining 
settlement on Cottonwood River, 2; 
miles northeast of Quesnel, in Carl 
boo Provincial Electoral District 
reached by stage between Quesnel 
Stanley and Barkerville. Dominioi 
Government Telegraph and Tele- 
phone. 

Boyd A J housekeeper 
Boyd Harry T ranching 
Boyd John Est Mrs J F Boyd admi 

gen store hotel ranch 
Boyd Mrs J F admr John Boyd 63' 

and PM 
Boyd Wm H ranching' 
Crooks Henry miner 
Grey Bert mining 
Guthrie Henry mining 
Hawes David J mining 
Jones Henry supt LCGG«6:D Co 
Lightning Creek Gold Gravel 

Drainage Co 
Sundberg A ranching 

COTTONWOOD CANYON 

in the Cariboo district, 22 miles frc 
Quesnel, on the P. G. E. Ry. Alsc 
reached by motorboats from So. St ' 
George to Soda Creek. 

Cottonwood Creek, 6 miles long 
runs into north side of Cowichar 
Lake, Vancouver Island. 

Cottonwood Creek, 6 miles long 
runs into Kootenay River near Nel- 
son. 

COTTONWOOD FLATS 

a station on the C. N. R., 6 miles 
from Avola, the post offlce, on mair 
line, 387 miles east of Vancouver, ir. 
Kamloops Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. Local resources: Lumber, pil- 
ing, shingles, cedar posts. 
Anderson Elmer farmer 
Hanson Hans farmer 
Scott J T farming 

Cottonwood Point, on the north- 
east of Tilbury Island. 

Cottonwood River, 25 miles long, 
runs into the Fraser River 18 miles 
north of Quesnel. 

Cottonwood River, 30 miles long, 
runs into Dease River 30 miles north 
of Porter Island. ' 

Coty's Creek, 5 miles long, tribu-j 
tary of Incameep Creek. ! 

Cougar Creek, 2 miles long, 6 miles; 
south of Union Bay post office. 

Cougar Mountain, 3 miles north- 
west of Glacier. 

Couldrey Creek, 11 miles long, I 
tributary of Flathead River. i 



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COUNTY LINE 

a post office and farming settlement 
on B. C. E. Ry., in Fraser Valley. 
Delta Provincial Electoral District, 
24 miles from New Westminster, and 
i from Mackay's Landing, on the 
Praser River. Nearest telegraph of- 
ttce is at Abbotsford. Aldergrove is 
learest telephone. Has public school. 
Population 150. Local resources: 

f[Ixed farming, 
arnes Henry engineer 
eaver River Lumber Co Ltd lumber 

and shingle mfrs head office New 

Westminster 
Jennie Andrew farming 
Jetchowa Hermon mixed farming 
3iggart D mixed farming 
BIrce Chas mixed farming 
Jremner John mixed farming 
iJhristie Alec mixed farming 
:riemas C farming 
:!rowley E mixed farming 
>alrymple Albert mixed farming 
3ufE James mixed farming 
Slliott W mixed farming 
j'inch J mixed farming 
Jreig Marshall mixed farming 
Jreyson B mixed farming 
Jriffin J mixed farming 
larris James mixed farming 



Hjorth Oscar mixed farming 
Jacobson Felix mixed farming 
Jackson Wm gen store and PM 
Johnson Geo H farming 
Kennedy Charles potato farming 
Lambie Jas poultry farming 
MacKenzie D dairy farming 
McLean C C mixed farming 
McRae Wm ranching 
Macaulay Danl farming 
Mathews John A lumber shipper 
Nelson J mixed farming 
Osgaard Anton mixed farming 
Pihan Chas farming 
PuUinger Septimus farming 
PuUinger Stephen farming 
Redstone Thos W gasoline engineer 
Rossetti Madame mixed farming 
Satterthwaithe Jas mixed farming 
Senning W mixed farming 
Shaw Roy A farming 
Sherlock J mixed farming 
Simpson Jas farming 
Vaughan Lewis W ranching 
Ward J farming 

COURIER 

a station on the C. P. R. Crow's Nest 
line, 4 miles east of Morrisey and 
6 east of Elko, the post office. In 
Cranbrook Prov. Electoral District. 



Courtenay 



city on the E. & N. Ry., and Island 
Ughway, on east coast of Vancouver 
sland, 68 miles north of Nanaimo 
,nd 140 north of Victoria, in Comox 
•rovincial Electoral District, reached 
y E. & N. Ry., good auto roads, C. 
R. and Union S. S. Co's boats to 
lomox wharf from Vancouver. Cour- 
enay is the northern terminus of 
he E. & N. Ry., and head of Comox 
larbor, and is 3 miles distant from 
temox by auto road. Has C. P. tele- 
Taph with local and long distance 
elephone connections with Van- 
ouver, Victoria and all parts of the 
sland; Anglican and Presbyterian 
hurches. Business centre and dis- 
ributing centre for extensive losr- 
ing. lumbering, coal mining, farm- 
ag and dairying industries, through- 
at the district. The Comox Logging 
: Railway Co. and the Canadian Col- 
eries, Ltd., each employs a large 
umber of men. Has electric light 
nd electric and water power avail- 
ble. Rural mail service extending 
hroughout the excellent dairying 
nd mixed farming district in the 
Icinity. Courtenay is one of the 
oints on the Island Highway of in- 
erest to autoists en route up the 
sland to Campbell River and Strath- 
ona Park. It has sand and gravel 
eposits, while principal resources 
re farming, coal-mining and logging. 
Population, 900. 

Qj City 

layor — Chas Simms 
* 'olice Magflstrate — W A W Hames 
»« tilef of Police — R Duncan 

LCting City Clerk — C S Wood 
•I* toard of Trade — T. Pearse sec 

t C Tel— Evis E Slaughter 
«" ! & N Station — B P Allard 

Provincial 

lonstable — J Russell 

)ist Engineer — W A Richardson 



Soldier Settlement Board — Capt G 
R Bates supervisor 

Dominion 
Fisheries — H H M Beadnell 
Govt Tel — John Aitken overseer agt 
Postmaster — R H Perrott 

Aitken John Agt Dom Govt Tel 

Alexander L taxi 

Allard B P Agt E & N Ry 

Allies Margaret emp Courtenay 

W'hite Ldry 
Anderton P Leo real estate and ins 
Ardley G mixed farming 
Arthur Samuel elk Riverside Hotel 
Ashton Roland J shoe repr Modern 

Shoe Co 
Ault Miss K school tchr 
Baillie T H elk T Booth & Sons 
Baker John laborer 

Bardesono Mary steno Comox Cream- 
ery Assn 
Bates Capt Geo R supervisor S S B 

and farmer 
Bayley Herbert E farming 
Bayley V G dairy farming 
Beard W mgr feed dept Comox 

Creamery Assn 
Beasley C E asst agt E & N Ry 
Beaton Alex Prov road foreman 
Beckwith Victor of Glacier View Cafe 
Belfield H E farming 
Berkley L I dairying 
Bigelow Geo C sec Comox Farmers 

Institute dairy farming 
Biscoe F R Fraser real est ins and 

financial agent 
Blackball Harry G of Courtenay 

White Ldry 
Blalock J chicken ranch 
Blunt Max Charles pres Blunt & 

Ewart Ltd 
Blunt & Ewart Ltd props Courtenay 

Garage 
Board of Trade T Pearse sec 
Bolton Geo H vulcanizer Cucksey 

Tire Shop 
Bool & Wilson vulcanizing C H Bool 

mgr 



The 

Battery 

House 

B. C. 

Distributors 

and 

Service 

Station 

Willard 

Storage 
Batteries 

Auto-Lite 

Remy 

Delco 

North- 

East 

Wagner 

Starting, 

Lighting and 

Ignition 

Syatems 

Bosch 

Gray & 

Davis 

Starting and 
Lighting 
Systems 

Connec- 
ticut 

Ignition 
System 

Briggs & 
Stratton 

Switches and 
Dash Panels 

Bosch 

Magnetos 

Klaxon 

Horns 

751 Burrard 

Vancouver 

B. c. 



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B.C. 

Commercial 

and 
Secretarial 
SCHOOLS 

Indlvldnal 
Attention 

H. C. Duffus 

Proprietor 

Write for 
Prospectus 

Two Schools 

709 Georgia 

West 

Fourth and 

Granville 

Vancouver 
B. c. 



Bootli Percy of T Booth & Sons 

Booth Thos of T Booth & Sons 

Booth T & Sons groceries 

Booth Wm of T Booth & Sons 

Bott F electn power house 

Bracliman-Ker Milling Co Ltd R J 
Selfe mgr flour grain & feed 

Bricknell Maxwell H whsmn Van Mill 
& Grain Co 

B C Telephone Co Evis E Slaughter 
local agent 

Brock F C mgr Bank of Com 

Broughton B dairy farming 

Brown C A furniture 

Bullock P of Bullock & Donald 

Bullock & Donald dairy farming 

Burnett Archd of Burnett & Steven- 
son 

Burnett Malcolm carpenter 

Burnett & Stevenson painters and 
decorators 

Burns Cyril mech Courtenay Garage 

Butters Dr Thos H physician 

Cairns James policeman 

Cairns Thos D of Sutliff & Cairns 

Callam E dairy farming 

Campbell D dairy farming 

Canadian Bank of Commerce F C 
Brock mgr 

Carroll Laila school teacher 

Carroll W J buttermkr Comox Cream- 
ery Assn 

Carter R R acct 

Cessford Margaret elk P O 

Cessford R dairy farming 

Chew Chong Co groceries 

Clarke Hugh R farming 

Clarkson Lester of Farmers' Produce 
Store 

Cleland L A bkpr Brackman-Ker 
Milling Co Ltd 

Cliffe Edward T transfer & express 



Cokeley Leroy S, B C land surveyor 
Collins H J ins agent 

COMOX ABOX7S 

Ben Hugrhes, Fubllsher. Weekly 
on Thursday. 

Comox Cooperative Society A Sten- 
house mgr meat farm produce 

COMOX CREAMER'S' ASSOCIATION 
R. U. Hurford, Managrer. Manu- 
facturers Butter and Ice Cream; 
Dealers in Farm Implements and 
Feed, Produce Dealers and Jam 
Manufacturers . 

Comox Farmers Inst Geo C Bigelow 
secretary 

Comox Tailor T Yoneda 

Comox Valley Supply Limited B A 
Sills pres P A Sills sec and mgr 
builders supplies and materials 

Cook Jessie elk T Booth & Sons 

Cook Wm R butcher Comox Co-op 
Society 

Copp F laborer 

Corfleld G T of Corfield Motors Ltd 

CORFIEIiD MOTORS I.IMITED 
Dealers in Ford Cars and Trucks 
and Fordson Tractors, Gasoline, 
Oils, Tires and Accessories. Re- 
pairs of all kinds. 

Courtenay Barber Shop Sutliffe & 
Cairns props 

Courtenay Hardware Co W Willard 
& Son hdwe harness trunks vali.s. 
sporting goods etc 

Courtenay Hotel Spencer & Passie 
props 

Courtenay Livery Stables Robt R 
McQuillan prop 

Courtenay White Laundry Blackball 
& Poulton 



GEORGE J. HARDY 

LAND AGENT AND AUCTIONEER 




NOTARY PUBLIC 
INSURANCE 



DAIRY FARMS 
Large or Small 

EASY PAYMENTS 



TELEPHONES: OFFICE 10, RESIDENCE 52 



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Coventry W dairy farming 

Cowie J dairy farming 

Crawford Mrs B gardening 

Creech E painter 

Creech R transfer and teaming 

Cucksey Frank H of Cucksey Tire 

Shop 

Cucksey Tire Shop F H Cucksey vul- 
canizing etc 
Cunningham Laura bkpr Comox Co- 
operative Society 
Cunningham Wilfred delivery Mal- 

pass & Wilson 
Dack F blacksmith 

Iby Kenneth B of Sun Drug Co Ltd 
vldson Christina opr B C Tel Co 
Davis Isaac gardening 
District Agricultural Office Prov 
Govt S H Hopkins dist agricul- 
turist 

Dominion Express John Aitken agt 
Dom Fisheries H H M Beadnel 
overseer 

cm Govt Tel John Aitken agt 
Donald A F of Bullock & Donald 
Dougan Miss F M school tchr 
Dougan H poultry farming 
'ouglas W second-hand dealer 
Tinkwater W^ P eng Gwilt Lbr Co 
Duncan R chief city police 
Duncan Wm farming 
Dunham L L mixed farming 
Dunn W R printer Comox Argus 
S & N Station B P Allard agent 
Sadie Wm mgr Royal Bank 
Edwards Margaret T asst Dr E I 

Pottinger 
Sllison Ernest T cycles and sporting 

goods repairs 
Smbleton A E mixed farming 
3mde E C retired 
ibnerick W carpenter 
Sngland A Prov rd foreman 
Sverett Horace of Corfieid Motors 

Limited 

Swart Forester S G vice-pres Blunt 
& Ewart Ltd 

rmers' Produce Store Clarkson & 
Rockwell props meats and produce 
echner O H (retired) 

:i.D PBEBERICX 

B«al Estate, Insurance, Financial 
Ag'ent and Notary. 

tzgerald Reginald Prov Govt 

Bridge foreman 
|?'iyisawa S tailor T Yoneda 
(I'lawse Andrew mech Courtenay Gar- 
age 
•"letcher Ernest boat builder 
•'letcher J Allan lumber mfrs 
lin''n Rev J W^ Anglican clergyman 
•"orde H D W elk Royal Bank 
•""orrest James M milk dlr 
i''red»;rickson A F laborer 
[jatehouse G D auto stock-keeper 
jletdt A bret-der of Jersey cows 
llacier Viev C^fe Victor Beckwith 
Jourlay Frank L elk Sun Drug Co 
If.vrrnmcnt LiquoI^ Store Hugh 

Siowart vendor 
}rahti!n C> O mgr hardware T Booth 

St Sons 
ham Iris stenogr Theed Pearse 

■art Kiite maid Riverside Hotel 
en G V mason and plasterer 
eve Chas autos for hire 

wilt Lumber Co Ltd Thos Gwilt 

wilt Thos Shingle Co Thos Gwilt 
mgr shingle manufacturers 

ddon T farming - 

,mes "W A W city police magis- 
trate notary and conveyancer an'i 
sec school board 

milton G A acct Bank of Com 



Hannay Jeffrey pool room and con- 
fectionery 

HABSY, a. J. , ^ 

Beal Estate, Auctioneer, Fire and 
Automobile Insurance, Notary Pub- 
lic, Etc. (See advt.) 

Harrigan W dairy farming 
Harris Chas acct 

Harvey Geo T electn power house 
Hastings Edw baker P McBryde 
Hawthorn Wm M of Hawthorn's Tea 

Room 
Hawthorn's Tea Room Wm M Haw- 
thorn bakery and tea room 
Hay man Wm slsmn B-K Milling Or 
Heilen Enoch taxi 
Henderson Arthur S acct Comox 

Creamery Assn 
Herd A Hope asst vendor Govt 

Liquor Store 
Herie Frank R of L D Cafe 
Hewiston S laborer 
Hickman L dairy farming 
Higgins Bert auto transfer 
Highet Cpmpbell local mgr Van Mill- 
ing & Grain Co Ltd 
Highet Mary bkpr Tarbell's Ltd 
Hildebrand Ann school teacher 
Hiram Lodge No 14 A F & A M, 

GRBC G W Stubbs sec 
Hodgson W mixed farming 
Hogg Robert prov road foreman 
Holmes J jr asst buttermkr Comox 

Creamery As.sn 
Holmes J B asst acct Comox Cream- 
ery Assn 
Hopkins Saml H dist agrriculturist 

Dist Agri Office 
Hornby James elk Tarbell's Ltd 
Horwood F dairy farming 
Huband W poultry-raising 
Hughes Ben publisher Comox Argus 
Hurford R U mgr Comox Creamery 

Assn 
Hutchings Edwin service dept Cor- 

fi'^ld Motors Limited 
Hutton W dairy farming 
Ibbotson W W dairy farming 
Idiens H mixed farming 
Island Furniture Store F P Jeune 

prop 
James Geo washer Courtenay White 

Ldry 
Jeune Fred P of Island Furn Store 
Johnson John night elk Riverside 

Hotel 
Johnson Teddy mech Corfieid Motors 
Jolly J dairy farming 
Joyce A 'arming 
Kayll Harry mech G H Pidcock 
Kent C & Co K X Sing mgr ladies' 

and men's furnishings 
!<. erton Albert carpenter 
Kerton Ernest carpenter 
Kerton Fred building contractor 
Kil Patrick D piles p<)Sts und ties 
Kirby Geo ice cream dept Comox 

Creamery Assn 
Klshimoto Yo dairy farming 
Kita T tailor T Yoneda 
Kobaj-kawa K dairy farming 
Kushida H I tailor and cleaning 
Kwong Sing laundry 
L D Cafe F R Heric prop 
Lalonde Joe mail and auto stage to 

Campbell Paver 
Lan Kee shoemaker 
Ledgerwood James mech Comox 

Creamery Assn 
Ledgerwood J E builder 
Leighton Geo B blksmith 
i Leighton Harold of Leighton's Blk- 
smith Shop 
Leighton Wm K of Leighton's Blk- 
smith Shop 




''Built 
for 
Sleep" 

Bedsteads 

Springs 

Mattresses 

Including 
the Famous 

Ostermoor 

SIMMONS 
1 IMITED 

Vancouver 

and 

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Jos. 

Blackburn 

& Son 

Scale 
Mechanics 

Jobbing 
Engineers 

Mechanical 
Repairs 

Phona Sey. 7004 

1172 Howe St. 
(B«ax) 

Vancouver 



Crosby 

Printing 

Co. 

Stationers 

Printers 

Embossers 

Office 
Supplies 

Phone: 
Seymour 261 

306 
Tower BIdg. 

Vancouver 
B. c. 



Leighton's Blacksmith Shop W K 
Leighton prop 

Liddle J veterinary surgeon 

Lloyd E boatman 

Lloyd I D service dept Corfield Mo- 
tors Limited 

Loggie Elmer carpenter 

Loggie Harry carpenter 

L O L Courtenay Lodge No 2815 R 
Sutherland sec 

Long Richard mech Courtenay Gar- 
age 

Longland E dairy farming 

Luke Wm auto for hire 

McBryde P bakery and tea room 

McCuaig R clerk 

Macdonald E L electn 

McHugh H electn power house 

Maclntyre J H mgr Tarbells Ltd 

MacKenzie John dry goods 

McKenzie J K mixed farming 

McKenzie J W jr of McKenzie I 
Son 

McKenzie J W & Son blacksmiths 

McLean Hugh mgr Sparks Co 

McLennan J mixed farming 

McLeod A R truck driver 

McLeod John N clothing furngs and 
shoes 

McQuillan Elizabeth teller Bank of 
Commerce 

McQuillan Robt R prop Courtenay 
Livery Stable 

M & M Lumber Co Ltd D Mottishaw 
president 

Machin Roy acct Comox Argus 

Malcolm Edwin serviceman Corfield 
Motors Ltd 

Malpass & "Wilson R N Smith mgr 
general store 

Mannering Edward elk 

Maple Leaf Theatre (closed) 

Marsden Mrs J dairy farming 

Marshall Music Co Wm G Marshall 
prop 

Marshall Wm G of Marshall Music 
Co 

Mathewson W dairy farming 

Matthewson James butcher A G 
Slaughter 

Millard Dr H P physician and surg 

Minnis John delivery T Booth & 
Sons 

Mitchell J M barrister and solicitor 

Modern Shoe Co W Shilcock mgr 
shoes and repairs 

Moody E L mixed farming 

Morrison E G teaming 

Morrison Hugh dairy farming 

Morson C boot and shoe repairs 

Mottishaw D pres M&M Lbr Co 

Movitz Frank truck driver 

Mutrie Geo R optometrist and jew- 
eler 

Mutual Life Assce Co M B Tribe agt 

Nakamara J dairy farming 

Parkin James assist Feed Store Co- 
mox Creamery Assn 

Passie Albert H of Courtenay Hotel 

Patterson James lineman BC Tel Co 

Pearse T barrister sol and sec Board 
of Trade 

Perez M fruits and confectionery 

Perrott R H postmaster 

Pidcock G H garage 

Piercy A dairy farming 

Piercey Ida opr BC Tel Co 

Pietsell T logger 

Pigott Charles H grocer 

Pigott Maurice delivery A G Slaugh- 
ter 

Piket Len D elec contr and dlr 

Porter Monty mech Corfield Motors 

Pottinger Edmund L dentist 

Poulton Edw of Courtenay White 
Ldry 



Prain J dairy farming 

Quinn J M teller Royal Bank 

Rankin Chas J ledger Can Bk of Com 

Revie James L farming 

Richards Henry driver milk route Co- 
mox Creamery Assn 

Richardson W A Prov Govt assist- 
ant district engineer 

Rickson J clothing men's furnish- 
ings shoes and ladies* wear 

BIVEBSIBE HOTEi; 

B. B. Blxon, Prop. Commercial 
and Tonrlst Headquarters. 

Roberts Alex elk Royal Bank 

Robertson Laura M stenogr Royal Bk 

Robertson Mabel V E elk Robertson's 
Drug Store 

Robertson Marguerite E elk Robert- 
son's Drug Store 

Robertson Wilfred G of Robertson's 
Drug Store 

Robertson's Drug Store W G Robert- 
son 

Robinson Bros autos for hire 

Robinson Geo laborer 

Robinson John of Robinson Bros 

Robinson Robert of Robinson Bros 

Robinson Thos of Robinson Bros 

Robson Wm mech Courtenay Garage 

Rockwell Wm W of Farmers' Pro- 
duce Store 

Royal Bank of Canada Wm Eadie 
mgr 

Rushton R heating and plumbing 

Russell John Prov constable 

Sadler Herbert piam tuner 

Sadler Percy meat cutter Comox Co- 
operative Society 

Sadler Wm delivery Comox Co-op So- 
ciety 

Scaville Elsie E egg dept Comox 
Creamery Assn 

Scott J fisherman 

Seaborn C D farming 

Selfe Richard J mgr B-K Milling Co 
Ltd 

Shepperson Bros mixed farming 

Shilcock W mgr Modern Shoe Co 

Sills Bernard A pres Comox Vy Sup- 
ply Ltd 

Sills Fredk A sec and mgr Comox 
Vy Supply Ltd 

Simms Chas mayor 

Simms Thos mech G H Pidcock 

Slaughter A G meat market 

Slaughte • Evis E agt BC Tel Co 

Small Ada elk Glacier View Cafe 

Smith Arthur farming 

Smith Dency millinery dry goods 
and ladies' wear 

Smith Robt N mgr Malpass & Wilson 

Smith T R dairy farming 

Soldier Settlement Board Capt G R 
Bates supervisor 

Sparks Co Hugh McLean mgr Wil- 
lard battery service 

Spencer Geo of Courtenay Hote; 

Spencer Victor elk Courtenay Hotel 

Spratt P barber anc' confectionery 

Steel David T acct F R Eraser Biseoe 

Stenhouse A mgr Comox Co-oper- 
ative Society 

Stevens H E civil engineer 

Stevenson John of Burnett & Steven- 
son 

Stewart Hugh vendor Govt Liquor 
Store 

Strachan Margaret waitress River- 
side Hotel 

Stubbs G W principal public school 

Sturrup C B farming 

Sun Drug Co Ltd Kenneth B Dalby 
prop 

Surgenor Robert prov road foreman 

Sutherland Robt clerk Malpass & 
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Sutliff Wm of Sutllff & Cairns 
Sutliff & Calms barbers 
Sutton J undertaker cabinet maker 
Swan W K clearing contractor 
Tarbell Geo A sec Tarbell's Ltd 
Tarbell's Ltd J H Maclntyre mgr 

hardware and sporting goods 
Tarling E R farming 
Taylor James E taxi 
Teed Bella elk Glacier View Cafe 
Thomas Geo caretkr pub school 
Thomson John building contractor 
Towler Bruce poultry ranching 
Trew Ida opr B C Tel Co 
Tribe Maurice B agt Mutual Life 

Assce Co 
Tull F W bkpr 
Turnbull G W sawmill hd 
Tsolum Lodge No 52 K P James 

Hornby K of R S 
Tylor M H chicken farming 
United Farmers of BC U S Maycock 

sec 

Unsworth T B stock buyer 
Urquhart Alex retired 
Urquhart John K mfr lumber and 

shingles 
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co Ltd 

Campbell Highet local mgr 
Vand M G cook Riverside Hotel 
Vessey D W grocer 
Wagstaff Blanch opr B C Tel Co 
Wain Alex dairy farming 
Wain W T retired farmer 
Walker David mech Corfield Motors 
Walker Harley engineer 
Warren James A farming 
Watson Samuel stock-keeper Corfield 

Motors 
Weir F P mixed farming 
West Chas laborer 
White M^ C dairy farming 
Whittle Herb F farming 
Whyte Hazel stenogr Prov Public 

Works 

Wilcox John printer Comox Argus 
Willard Chas of Courtenay Hdwe C 
Willard "Wm "Wesley of Courtenay 

Hdwe Co 
Willemar A J mechanic 
Williams A L plumber and tinsmith 
Williamson Jos farming 
Williamson Miss J stenogr P L An- 

dorton 

Willis Mrs I C of Willis Rooms 
Willis Rooms Mrs I C "Willis 
Winkelmann Geo H lineman BC Te! 

Co 

Winningham J D elec Len D Pikf-t 
Winters Estella elk Malpass & Wil- 
_ son 
Winters R sawyer 
Wood Clinton S acting city clerk and 

city electn 
Woods Bros dairy farming 
Woods D V dairy farming 
Wordie AVm electn Courtenay Garage 
Young J W prin High school 

Courtenay River, 17 miles long, 
runs through the Comox District in- 
to Comox Harbour at Courtenay. 

Cous Creek. 7 miles long, runs into 
Alberni Canal 4 miles south of Al- 
bemi. 



COUTLEE 

station on the Kettle Valley Rv.. 
miles north of Merritt and 38 south 
jf Spence's Bridge, in Yale Provincial 
Electoral District. Has local tele- 
Ohcno service. Population, 25. Locfil 
resources: Farming und mining. Ad- 
iress mail Coutlee, via Merritt post 



Cleasby Henry S stock-raising 
Collett Chas A farming 
Collett Jos D farming 
Frederickson M cook 
Proctor H-^rbert barber 
William Thomas A road foreman 
Winney C M cattle-raising 

Coutlee Plateau, 3,700 feet above 
sea level, 6 miles southwest of 
Coutlee. 

COWAN'S POINT 

(Point Cowan P.O.) a landing in the 
Comox district, reached by Union S. 
S. Co. from Vancouver. 

Cowdung Lake, 4 miles long, in the 
Yellowhead Pass, on the border of 
Alberta. 

COWICHAN 

landing name of C. P. R. Victoria- 
Ganges Harbor route steamers. Sec 
names under Cowichan Bay. 

COWICHAN BAY 

a steamer landing and farming set- 
tlement on the Island Highway and 
on Cowichan Bay, 36 miles north of 
Victoria, and in Cowichan Provincial 
Electoral District. Is 3?i miles east 
of Cowichan station, on the E. & X. 
Ry., and 6 miles southeast of Dun- 
can. Has public schooL Population, 
125. Local resources: Farming and 
good salmon fishing. Address mail 
via Cowichan Station. 
Bennett John C farming 
Buena Vista Hotel Saunders F prop 
Cockshott Rev retired 

COI.VIN, ROBERT K. 

Tisheries FatroL 
Elliott M garage 
Gilbert Donald W farming 
Gollen Geo gen store 
Kingscot E T contractor 
Lane Commodore Cowichan Bay 

Yachting Club 
Leggatt Arthur E S ranching 
Ordano Domingo gas engineer 
Ordano Frank boat-builder 
Porritt F R farming 
Pritchard J H retired 
Robertson Andrew mariner 
Saunders F prop Buena Vista Hotel 
Scott Mrs E M poultry 
Shaw Edw "W farming 
Smyly Fredk H farming 
United Farmers of B C J Wood sec 
Wood J sec U F of B C 

Cowichan Head, on the east coast 
of Saanich Peninsula, Vancouver Is- 
land, 1^ miles east of Cowichan 
wharf. 

COWICHAN LAKE 

a post office and fishing resort on 
Cowichan Lake, 20 miles northwest 
of Duncan, and 60 miles from Vic- 
toria, Vancouver Island, in Cowichan 
Provincial Electoral District, reached 
by E. & X. Ry., and auto road from 
Duncan. It is one of the finest lakes 
in the Province for fishing — river 
trout (including rainbow, cut-throat 
and steelhead), also lake and sea 
trout and steelhead salmon. Excel- 
lent big game hunting is available 
and a motor trip to the lake will 
pass through one of the finest stands 
of big timber to be seen in the west. 



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Good hotels, public schools and avco 

roads. (See also Riverside Inn.) 

Alexander Samuel engineer 

Alton Arnold J logging 

Archibald B G bee-keeping 

Ashburnham Lawrence retired 

Ball Bdw engineer 

Barrett Wm T shoemaker 

Bassett Chas H clerk 

Beech Robert laborer 

Bennett Fredk logging 

Bergman Chas H logging 

Blue Grouse Mine Geo Kilburn mgr 

Branson Owen "W logging 

Burney Geo W logging 

Cameron Allen logging 

Castley John H hatchery mgr 

Carnell JEdwin R clerk 

Charter Lumber Co 

Courtney Geo logging 

Coutts Jas logging 

Cowichan Lake Hotel G A Janes prop 

Dearden John E seaman 

Dick Alexander N master mariner 

Donegan Neil logging 

Douglas Merlin L mining 

Earle Albert steam engineer 

Empire Lumber Co Stanley Gordon 

mgr logging operators 
Forsyth Robt G steam engineer 
Franc Louis logging 
Frith Edw logging 
Genoa Bay Lumber Co Ltd logging 

A McDonald mgr 
Gillespie Geo K launchman 
Girdwood Jas B mining engineer 
Govt Hatchery John H Castley mgr 
Grant Edmund H farming 
Green Francis J farming 
Griffin Frank H railway agent 
Grosskleg Wm F logging 
Gwilt Thos C farming 
Hardinge Henry T Govt Hatchery 
Hodgson Thos H hotel prop 
Humber Henry A lumberman 
Hutchinson Thos logging 
Isbister Wm S logging 
James Logging Co 
Jameson Thos W logging 
Janes Geo A prop Cowichan Lake htl 
Johnson Geo R section foreman 
Johnson Horace mechanic 
Jones Wm logging 
JCazl Jack F logging 
Kier Geo A B logging 
Knefd Carl steamboat capt 
Kunn Arthur logging 
Leask James E C car inspector 
Lindquist Claus A logging 
Lockwood Arthur sealer 
L/omas Alfred H carpenter 
Lomas Edward S carpenter 
Ludkieviez Florgan logging 
McDonald Ronald logger 
McHattie Jas T logging 
McNeil Willard logging 
Madill David J logging 
Mahony John logger 
March Chas farming 
March Henry farming 
March John O farming 
Marti:iai; Josenh engiiie-jr 
Middleton Harry logging 
Mitchell Joseph G lumberman 
Palmer James R logger 
Powell John T trapper 
Reed Fredk J saw-filer 
Robertson Wtn A V manufacturer 
Kothevell Edmund L retired 
Runquist Oscar cook 
Savoy Dan carpenter 
Scarf Oscar master mariner 
Scholey Bros general store 
Scholey Frank E of Scholey Bros 
Scholey Sydney L of Scholey Bros 

and PM 



Scott John B engineer 
Seeley Jas woodsman 
Service Thos H mining 
Sharwood Geo watchman 
Simpson Geo B logging 
Stargratt Samuel logging 
Stelley Geo F retired 
Stewart Duncan retired 
Stoker Richd N farming 
Stokes Geo cook 
Strosmider Walter logging 
Stubbs Thos W W farming 
Swinerton Wm cirpi^nter 
Terrion Clifford woorlman 
Trott Wm H loggrr 
Udy Geo cook 
Wilmot Geo blacksmith 
Young Kenneth B carpenter 
Zelley Henry. W logging 

Cowichan Point, on the north side 
of entrance to Cowichan Bay. 

Cowichan River, 30 miles . long, 
flows from east end of Cowichan 
Lake, Vancouver Island, eastward in- 
to Cowichan Harbour. 

COWICHAN STATION 

a post office, farming settlement and 
station on E. & N. Ry., 35 miles north 
of Victoria, or 44 miles by auto road, 
and 5 south of Duncan. Has Angli- 
can and Methodist churches. Good 
public school. 

Bainbridge Geo P accountant 
Baldwin Alf C farming 
Barter Wm H farming 
Bartlett Edith B farming 
Bartlett Geo farming 
Bartlett Gertrude M farming 
Bartlett Wm H farming 
Barton Wm S farming 
Bazett Edw W merchant 
Beaver Hugh A retired capt RAMC 
Bishop Frank J farming 
Blackstock Lachlan teamster 
Bowyer Geo schoolmaster 
Brown John farming 
Burnett J E K farming 
Butt Norman mechanic 
Carvell Philip farming 
Cavin Robt M meat market 
Central Hotel A Frumento prop 
Cole Edw W farming 
Colvin Robt A farming 
Colvin Robt M fishery overseer 
Colvin Thos farming 
Corfield Chas E C farming 
Cowichan Farmers Inst and Agr 

Assn Wm Waldon sec (Duncan) 
Cowley Francis P V farming 
Creswell W H ranching 
Davidson Chas E farming 
Davidson Hugh J A retired insp 

RNWMP 
Day Athelstan hotel prop 
Dickinson Evelyn J farming 
Doney Albert H farming 
Doney Thos farming 
Elliott Malcolm mechanic 
Ellison Ernest T farming 
Excell Horace farming 
Falcon Robt S farming 
Finlayson Morgan H farming 
Finley Walter R carpenter 
Fleetwood G H ranching 
Flinders John F ranching 
Forrest Thos L farming 
Frewing Arthur F farming 
Frumento Austin D prop garage 
Frumento Jos J postmaster 
Frumento Marie A asst PM 
Galbraith Quintin accountant 
Gordon Lewis farming 
Gorman Eric F farming 
GWVA J E Stillwell sec (Duncan) 



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rknett Geo E logging 
.: hns John C M field supr SSB 
Johnston John P farming 
Joiner Wm J farming 
Kennington Allan farming 
Kinchin Harry gardener 
King Cedric G farming 
Klngscote Thos H farming 
Knocker Arthur G retired major 
Knocker Lionel C farming 
Ijane Arthur E C farming 
Lie Quesne Jas F farming 
liowrie Wm J farming 
liUnham Oswald H ranching 
McCoU Bessie school teacher 
McColI Edw H station agent 
Mcllwraith Wilfred L farming 
Mclntyre Harry farming 
Mackie Ernest F lieut-col 
McPherson John HOC 
Marriner Jno S farming 
May H W ranching 
Mearns Jas carpenter 
>-f"irns Robt carpenter 
rns Wm contractor 

!ielin Paul farming 

: gan Jas cattle dealer 
ten Wm gardener 

-s Claude retired 
. wbray Geo H A fanning 
X' ish Wm V G banker 
.\ 'bbs Francis J farming 
Xorie Henry A farming, 
Xorie Louis F farming 
Xuttall John road foreman 
Owens G sec Cowichan sch brd 
Palmer Richd M farming 
Pannell Chas carpenter 
Pannell Edw E gen agent 
Pannell Owen P farming 
Reade Jos barrister 
Reid Alexander farming 
Robertson John R teamster 
Robson Geo farming 
Robson Wm farming 
Ryan Richard G logging 
Shaw James blacksmith 
Shearing Edw farming 
Sing: Chas R farming 
Smith Herbt B H farming 
Sommerville John J laborer 
Spears John farming 
irs Thos farming 

•ner Osborn P mail contractor 
^ l)ney Arthur S H farming 
Storey Sydney farming 
Thomson Wm blacksmith 
Tidbury Ernest J G salesman 
Tooker Hugh P civil engineer 
T'nited Farmers of BC J E K Bur- 
nett sec 

Archie G farming 

.cot John O farming 

tidy Cecil R farming 
^^ allich C real estate 
^Vardroper Wilfrid S farming 
Weeks Wilfred road foreman 
Wood Jas blacksmith 
Wood Jos farming 

COX 

a station on the C. N. R. In the West- 
minster district, 49 miles east of 
Vancouver. 

Cox Island, 3 miles long, 5 miles 
northwest of Cape Scott, on the 
northwest of Vancouver Island. 

Cox Point, on the west coast of 
Vancouver Island. 6 miles south of 
Clayoquot. 

COYKENDAHL 

a station on C. P. R. Nelson-Midway 
line, 18 miles west of Castlegar, ii 



Trail Provincial Electoral District. 
No local residents. 

COYLE 

a station on the K. V. Ry., 5 miles 
northwest of Merritt, in Yale Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. Local re- 
sources: Stock-raising. 
Dodding R & Sons farming and stock 
Jackson W B farmer 
Josephson Malcolm section foreman 
Mclnnis Fred general store 
Marshall Wm F farmer 
Tyner Chas farming 
Welsh G farming 

Whitaker R farming and stock- 
raising. 
Woodward R M farming 

C. p. R. COAL CLAIMS 

located 30, 50 and 60 miles north of 
Elk Prairie, which is 6 miles south 
of Michel, on C. P. R. Crow's Nest 
line, in Fernie Provincial Electoral 
District. 

Crab River, 10 miles long, runs in- 
to Gardner Canal. 

CRACROFT 

a post office on Cracroft Island, 
which is 32 miles long by 5 wide, and 
lies at west end of Johnstone Strait, 
off the northeast coast of Vancouver- 
Island. The main settlement store 
and post office, is at Port Harvey, 
180 miles northwest of Vancouver 
and 30 miles east of Alert Bay. In- 
dustries: Logging and fishing. 
Bennett Thos P. M. 
Bowen Long & Richardson logging 

operators 
Funkley Thos (Port Harvey) general 

store and stopping place 
Jamieson J W logging operator 
Powell F general store 

Cracroft Point, the western ex- 
tremity of Cracroft Island. 

CRAIGELLACHIE 

a post office and station on the C. 
P. R. main line, 4 miles from Taft, 
Kamloops Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. Nearest telegraph C. P. R. at 
Taft. Has public school. Population 
60. Local resources: Farming. 
Blais Albert farming 
Blais Ferdinand farming 
Boyes F C sec U F of B C 
Briggs Eli B farming PM 
Coppock Reginald farming 
Czapka Martin farming 
Fuller Chas E farming 
Hoffman J farmer 
Kelch Albert trapping and timber 
Makarenko John farming 
Makarenko Nicholas farming 
Paulding J E JP farmer 
Rowe John farming 
Stewart Will S opr sec school board 
Straga Carl farming 
Uitti Nicholas section foreman 
United Farmers of BC F C Boyes sec 

CRAIGFLOWER 

a suburb of Victoria, near Parson's 
Bridge, 3 miles west of Victoria. 
Former site of Hudson's Bay Farm; 
has oldest school in the Province, 
the timber for which was brought by 
sailing ship from England, and 
which is still in excellent preserva- 
tion. P. O. Tillicum. 



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CRAIGS 

a station on the B. C. B. Ry., Fraser 
Valley line, 5 miles east of New 
Westminster and 17 from Vancouver, 
in Delta Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. Newington is nearest post 
office. 

CRAIG'S CROSSING 

(Railway name Craig) a post office 
and station on the E. & N. Ry., 20 
miles north of Nanaimo and 92 north 
of Victoria, in Alberni Provincial 
Electoral District Nearest telegraph 
C. P. R. at Parksville Jet., distant 
miles; nearest steamer landing. 
Beaver Creek, distant 2 miles, re.if^' 
ed by Union S. S. Co.'s boats. Mail 
for Ballinac and Mistaken Islands is 
delivered here. Population, 75. Lo- 
cal resources: Charcoal burner, log- 
ging and shingle-bolt camps. 
Ballinac Lighthouse P G Cox keeper 
Beattie M retired 
Benson J C H farming 
Christensen Chris fishing 
Christensen John fishing 
Cox, P G keeper 
Craig Geo D B farming 
Craig Jas mixed farming and Pm 
Dawson Sydney dairy farming 
Edwards Fred mixed farming 
Gibbs S H mixed farming 
Harvey Julia farming 
Kage Gus farming 
McNeil Andrew mixed farming 
McNeil Andrew Jr farming 



McNeil John farming 

O'Connor Gerald school teacher and 

farming 
Roberts Eliza mixed farming 
Roberts Roy mixed farming 
Roth George farming 
Wall Alf farming 
Wall Frank farming 
Wall J J mixed farming 
Wall W H farming 
Winters G Latton farming carpenter 

CRAIGTOWN 

also known as Green City. A minlnj^ 
camp on north fork of Salmon River^ 
7 miles north of Erie, the post of- 
fice. For names see Erie. 

Cramer Passage, between Baker Is- 
land and the northwest of Gilford 
Island. 

Cranberry Creek, 25 miles long, 
flows into north end of Upper Arrow 
Lake, opposite Arrowhead. 

Cranberry Creek, 8 miles long, runs 
into west fork of Kettle River. 

CRANBERRY LAKE 

Now known as Swift Creek. 

Cranberry Lake, 3Vi miles long, in 
the north of the Sayward District, 
Vancouver Island, 9 miles west of 
Chatham Point. 

Cranberry Point, 3 miles long, in 
the Cariboo District, 35 miles east of 
Yellowhead Pass. 



Cranbrook 



Is the natural geographical centre 
of Eastern British Columbia, situ- 
ated in Kootenay Provincial Elec- 
toral District, Kootenay Land Reg- 
istry District (Nelson), and is 
county seat of East Kootenay 
County. It is a divisional point for 
the C.P.R. and railways from this 
point radiate in all directions. It 
Is on the line between Montreal, 
Toronto, Winnipeg, Vancouver and 
Victoria. Trains leave Cranbrook 
and arrive in Spokane within six or 
seven hours. The other lines in 
Cranbrook are the Kootenay Central, 
going through the Windermere Val- 
ley and making connection with the 
C.P.R. at Golden, also a branch line 
to Kimberley. 

The altitude of Cranbrook is 3,013 
feet. There is a precipitation of 
moisture from eighteen to twenty 
inches of rainfall per annum, and a 
snow fall from one to three feet. In 
summer the thermometer rises as 
high as 80 or 90 degrees in the 
shade. In the winter the mercury 
falls below zero sometimes, but 
there is almost a total absence of 
wind. 

Ploughing can usually be started 
about the first of April. Irrigation 
is not always necessary. There are 
numerous streams which assure 
sufficient water where needed. 

The soil Is adapted for mixed 
farming and is suitable both for 
roots and grains. The wheat grain 
grades No. 1 Northern. The potato 
crop is excellent both as to quan- 
tity and quality. Hardy varieties 
of apples such as Wealthy and Jon- 



athan are grown successfully, while 
smaller fruits, such as raspberries, 
currants and strawberries, are par 
ticularly successful. 

In addition to the fertile valleyi 
and bench lands which are mori 
particularly suited for mixed farm' 
ing there are thousands of acrei 
of range lands available on the sid 
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 improved largely ow- 
ing to the efforts of the Stock Breed- 
er's Association. An Agricultural 
Fair is held in Cranbrook every year. 
The excellent showing of stock, and 
the large attendance give proof of 
the excellent agricultural results 
attained in the district. 

There are excellent roads In the 
Cranbrook district and last year over 
^00 tourists' cars registered in pass- 
ing through Cranbrook. Within 80 
miles of Cranbrook is the Winder- 
mere district. This lake country in 
its beauty challenges the famous lake 
country in the north of England. 
There are a number of hot springs 
and an excellent swimming pool has 
been erected at Sinclair Springs- 
The Dominion Government is at pre- 
sent constructing a road between 
Banff and Windermere, which will 
make possible 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 



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the district and also for the mining 
interests. There are various local 
industrie.s and the city authorities 
give every encouragement to new 
Industries by assisting in the way of 
providing sites and reduction of tax- 
ation. It is the judicial centre for 
the district, the Government Office 
being here and the pudge residing 
in the city. There are five churches, 
an excellent hospital, a large up-to- 
date school, and a new high school 
opened last year in a separate build- 



It is expected that the timber cut 
for this year will be considerably 
larger than last year, as the C.P.R. 
have recently bought large timber 
interests within forty miles of Cran- 
brook, and will be operating on a 
very large scale. Other companies 
are also arranging to cut not far 
from Cranbrook. 

This district first became famous 




PUBLIC BUILDINGS. CRANBROOK 



Ing. There are two weekly papers, 
three banks, some excellently ap- 
pointed stores, electric light com- 
pany and telephone company, and a 
large Masonic Temple. There are 
several hotels, a large railway Y. M. 
C. A., and an excellent gymnasium 
and swimming pool. 

Iiumber Industry 

In the past lumbering has been 
the most important industry in the 
district. There are about a dozen 
sawmills in the district and in ad- 
dition to this there are a large num- 
ber of men employed in making rail- 
way ties, mine props, poles, posts 
and piling. The principal market for 
the lumber is on the southern prai- 
ries. 



as a mining district. In the old 
days at Fort Steele, a town about 
12 miles from Cranbrook, royalty 
was paid on 19 million of dollars' 
worth of gold extracted from Wild 
Horse Creek, and it is considered 
that ' quite as much was extracted 
without paying royalty. Operations 
on this creek were conducted in a 
very primitive way, but during the 
last year several companies have 
been making arrangements to op- 
erate with the aid of the most mod- 
ern machinery, and there is no doubt 
returns will justify the confidence 
in the possibilities of the creek. 

There are numerous other gold 
workings in the district. Two of 
the most prominent of these being 
the Perry Creek Hydraulic Work- 
ings and Perry Creek Home Stake 




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Quartz Mining. Perry Creek Dis- 
trict requires expenditure of a con- 
siderable amount of capital, and in 
the opinion of Government officials 
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 are 
going on constantly at Kimberley, 
18 miles from Cranbrook. The Con- 
solidated Mining & Smelting Com- 
pany has been operating for several 
years. The company has, however, 
during the past year, been devoting 
a large amount of its attention to 
development work, and they have 
built a tunnel in the south end of 
their property about 9,000 feet in 
length. Adjacent to the Sullivan 
Mine is the North Star Mine, which 
for years was a big producer of gal- 
ena ore. Recently this has been 
taken over on lease and is regularly 
shipping. In the Winderemer dis- 
trict the Paradise Mine is a large 
shipper of very high grade lead 
ore, and there is every indication of 
a big body of ore. Other mines in 
the district include the famous Eu- 
gene, 20 miles from Cranbrook, fa- 
mous as the greatest galena shipper 
of its day. 

Prospects innumerable have been 
developed far enough to give an ex- 
cellent showing of gold, copper, iron, 
silver, lead, nickel, galena, gypsum, 
asbestos, lime, zinc and other miner- 
als. 

The coal fields in the Fernie dis- 
trict are only about two hours by 
train from Cranbrook. 

'Water Fewer 

Almost every stream in the dis- 
trict has a potential water power, 
chief among them being the Bull 
River, able to develop about 12,000 
h.p., and the St. Mary's and Elk 
Rivers. None have been developed, 
but there are excellent prospects for 
the success of a power plant. 

Sport 

East Kootenay can veritably be 
called the sportman's" paradise. The 
wooded hillsides give a peerless 
feeding ground for grouse, partridge 
and prairie chicken, and the small 
streams and lakes abound in trout, 
while ducks are numerous. 

The Rod and Gun Club is an active 
and progressive organization which 
is doing its utmost to better the 
natural conditions of the district in 
introducing pheasants and other 
game birds, as well as keeping a 
hatchery to replenish the lakes and 
streams with salmon and trout. One 
lake in the district. Premier Lake, 
is probably the best in Canada, or 
America for that matter, for land- 
locked salmon, as this lake is ac- 
tually landlocked and salmon placed 
in it as fry four years ago now 
weigh from 15 to 22 pounds. In 
addition to being such an ideal re- 
sort for fishermen this lake is one 
of the beauty spots of the West, 
and is easily reached by good motor 
road from Cranbrook. Large game 
is found higher up in the hills, while 
on the bald peaks of the Rockies 
very fine specimens of mountain 
sheep and goat lure the sportsman 



from the safer playgrounds of the 
less venturesome. 

Cranbrook is fortunate in having 
good athletic clubs of various sorts, 
lawn tennis and baseball, golf, skat- 
ing, curling and hockey. There is 
an excellent nine-hole golf course 
within a mile of the town and ano- 
ther golf course at Invermere. 

The skating and curling rinks are 
a great credit to the town. 

Cranbrook City Officers 

Mayor — J A Genest 

City Clerk — T M Roberts 

Chief of Police — D Halcrow 

Fire Chief — G W Reece 

City Engineer — R C Eakin 

Police Magistrate — John Leask 

School Board — T M Roberts secretary 

B. C. Government Officers 

Govt. Agent — N A Wallinger 

Assessor — Wm Guthrie 

Mining Recorder — J E Kennedy 

Dist. Engineer — J C Brady 

Dist. Forester — N Moore 

Supt. Labor Bureau — W M Harris 

Prov. Constable — G Mortimer 

Road Inspector — M Horie 

District Registrar — A F Crowe 

Water Rights Br. — H B Hicks eng 

Dominion Government Officers 

Collector of Customs and Excise — 
Harry White 

County Court Judge — Geo H Thomp- 
son 

Postmistress — Mrs J B Henderson 

Abbott F A fireman CPR 
Abbott Mrs Gertrude steno J A Ar- 
nold 
Adams Percy of Cranbrook Cartage 

& Transfer Co 
Adamson J R plant supt Kootenay 

Tel Lines 
Adlard W C mgr W Can Whole Co 
Agland H janitor South Wd School 
Alexander Margaret waitress Club 

Cafe 
Alman A O fireman CPR 
Alward W J fireman CPR 
Anderson H mixed farming 
Anderson J M transitman CPR 
Anderson J S supts acct CPR 
Argue John H carp CPR 
Armitage Robson corpl in ch RCMP 
Armour John mgr J Armour Ltd 
Armour John Ltd billiards cigars 

emp agt auto gas sta 
Armstrong Mrs Anna wtrss Hotel 

Cranbrook 
Armstrong C F clerk CPR 
Armstrong H C brakeman CPR 
Armstrong Lauretta steno Bank of 

Commerce 
Armstrong T C tinner F Parks & Co 
Armstrong W M princ high school 
Arnold J A insurance and loans 
Ashworth A acct Imperial Bank 
Atchison J tmstr City T & W Co 
Atchison W^m driver P Burns & Co 
Atkinson A W eng CPR 
Attridge W F sec Cranbrook Sash & 

Door Co 
Auditorium Theatre W D Gilroy sec 
Baker L T asst princ high school 
Baker M P switchman CPR 
Baker V Hyde John Cholditch mgr 

real estate and insurance 
Baldwin D car checker CPR 
Balmount A J conductor CPR 
Bamford Frank acct Western Grocers 
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Bardgett J tmstr City Trans & Whse 

Co 
Bardgett Rachel clerk PO 
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 fireman CPR 
Bartholomew Rodger eng CPR 
Bassett Dorothy tailoress Grady & 

Eye 
Bassett Geo elk C P MacDonald 
Ritchelor A T elk Royal Bank 
Baxter Frank of Little Davenport 

Cafe 

(M. A. Beale). Beal Estate, In- 
surance and Financial Agents. 

.!e M A of Beale & Elwell 

.mish Albt tailor M McLeod 
i:?aton J E switchman CPR 
Beattie-Murphy Co Ltd R E Beattie 

mgr mixed farming 
Beattie-Noble Ltd drugs and sta 
Beattie R E pres Beattie-Noble Ltd 

mgr Beattie-Murphy Co Ltd 
Belanger J F switchman CPR 
Bell Albt mech Ratcliffe & Stewart 
Bell F L brakeman CPR 
Bennett Clestia elk Royal Bank 
Bennett Delphine opr Kootenay Tel 

Lines 
Benson Albin of Queen's Hotel 
Berrjngton Richard hostler CPR 
Bertoia John eng St Eugene Hospital 
Bertoia Romeo jntr St Eugene Hosp 
Bidder Ivy pianist Rex Theatre 
Bitratini E billiards cigars and soft 

drinks 
Binning R J photographer 

ree E engineer CPR 
ch Robt elk McCreery Bros 

r kett Zllla steno C R Ward 

•kin J fireman CPR 

tck J S asst acct CPR 

iine A C mgr Star Theatre 

1 ir A carman CPR 

inkenbach Miss M M school tchr 
...umenauer Adolph H druggist Beat- 

tie-Xoble Ltd 
Bolt A fireman CPR 
Boocock W carman CPR 
Bowen Miss N F steno T T dept 

CPR 
Bowley A E mgr Cranbrook Saddly 
Bowness A pres Bowness Export Co 
Bowness Export Co Ltd A C Bowness 

pres mfrs aerated water 
Braden W J M brakeman CPR 
Brady J C dist eng Prov Dept Pub 

Works 
Brailey Geo orchestra leader Star 

Theatre 
Branch K H brakeman CPR 
Brault J prop Can Hotel 
Brennan J goats poultry vegetables 
Bridges A D mgr Cranbrook Tdg Co 
Bridges C opr Star Theatre 
Bridges F elk Cranbrook Tdg Co 
Bridges Harold carp Jones & Doris 
Briggs H E conductor CPR 
Briggs P N elecn city 
Brincivalli Dante cigars and pool 
B C Liver J' J A MacDonald prop 

autos for hire 
B C Vulcanizing Works G B Powell 

prop 
Brock Hugh engineer CPR 
Brock S L brakeman CPR 
Bronsdon Harold T eng CPR 
Bronsdon Stanley G fireman CPR 
. Brookes Robt sta fireman CPR 
Brown Alice elk Fink Merc Co 
Brown Allan driver Kummers Bakery 



Brown Alonzo of Brown & Crow 
Brown Brady Wentworth Hotel 
Brown George B emp F Parks & Co 
Brown G C bridge carp CPR 
Brown H A disp CPR 
Brown Thos B painter R C Carr 
Brown Walter H mixed farming 
Brown & Crowe blacksmiths 
Bruce Geo car cleaner CPR 
Buchanan Jas prop Cross Keys Hotel 
Bulloch A H barber and farming 
Burch A elk Little & Atchison 
Burch R L elk McCreery Bros 
Burg Laura waitress Harry's 
Burgess F W sec and asst mgr Wes- 
tern Grocers 
Burgstrom C G brakeman CPR 
Burns P & Co Ltd A H Haman mgr 

meat market 
Burton D conductor CPR 
Burton J W brakeman CPR 
Burton W A opr Rex Theatre 
Bush W mixed farming 
Caldwell H J brakeman CPR 
Callahan J M brakeman CPR 
Cameron Archd engineer CPR 
Cameron J H switchman CPR 
Cameron W brakeman CPR 
Caminite F carman CPR 
Campbell Daniel engineer CPR 
Canada Laundry Man King mgr 
Canadian Bank of Commerce J H 

McQuaid mgr 
Canadian Financiers Trust Co (Van- 
couver) MacDonald & Nisbet local 
correspondents 

CANASXAN HOTEI. 

J. Brault, Proprietor. 
CPR Telegraphs J M McLean agt 
Canadian Restaurant Man Lee prop 
Carlyle G D engineer CPR 
Carr Nellie opr Kootenay Tel Lines 
Carr Ross C painter decorator 
Carter A brakeman CPR 
Cash Meat Market P Woods prop 

H Luscombe mgr 
Cassidy John H boilermaker CPR 
Century Restaurant Jos Uyematsu 

prop 
Chester H C opr CPR 
Chester James caretaker RR TMCA 
Cholditch John CPR townsite agt 

mgr V H Baker 
Chow Sing barber 
Chirstian Tom of Star Second Hand 

Store 
City Auto Livery Clarke & McFar- 

lane props 
City Bakery Edw SejTnord prop 
City Electric Light Dept Robt C 

Eakin supt 
City Transfer & Warehouse Co W E 

Worden prop transfer storage coal 

and wood 
Clapp Lester cigars and tobacco 
Clark J M sec RR YMCA ' 

Clark Mrs M dairy eggs poultry 
Clarke Edith elk Cranbrook Bazaar 
Clarke L G of Clarke & McFarlane 
Clarke & McFarlane cigars soft drks 
Club Cafe James Buchanan prop 
Coburn John of "Wentworth Hotel 
Cock Chas fruits and vegetables 
Coleman Harry L tmstr City T & W 

Co 
Coleman H L frmn City Power Hs€ 
Colins Chas J mach CPR 
Collins R J chief disp CPR 
Connolly Bert tmstr City T & W Co 
Conroy J elk Bowness Export Co 
Constantine F L elk F Parks & Co 
Coolidge K mixed farming 
Cooper E T prop Kootenay Garage 
Cope Edward T acting Prov Govt 

Agent 
Costello Antonio G emp CPR 
Cox L tmstr City T & W Co 




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J. W. Speuce, Managrer. Real Es- 
tate and Insurance. 

Cranbrook Agr Assn \V M Harris sec 

Cranbrook Bazaar Mrs Violet Rob- 
erston prop 

Cranbrook Blue Lodge A F & A M 
W F Attridge sec 

Cranbrook Board of Trade W M Har- 
ris sec 

Cranbrook Brewing Co Ltd John 
Kennedy sec 

CBAKBBOOK CABTA6B & TBANS- 
FBB CO. 

Towriss & Adams, Props. Ag-ents 
for Hard and Soft Coal. Distribu- 
tion Cars a Specialty. Excellent 
Wareliousing'. Ag-ents Otis Staples 
lumber Co. and Dominion Marble 
& Granite "Works. 

CBAMBROOK CIiEANBBS & 
DVEBS 

P. W. •Willis, Proprietor. Dyeing*, 
Cleanlngr and Pressing-. 

Cranbrook Cottage Hospital Mrs A 
Crawford matron 

CBANBROOK COURIBB 

Printers and Publishers. Weekly 
on Friday. I.. P. SulUvan, Prop- 
rietor. (See Advt.) 

Cranbrook Creamery Wm Johnston 

mgr 
Cranbrook Curling Club W D Gilroy 

sec 
Cranbrook Dist Automobile Assn W 

H Wilson sec 

CRANBROOK DRUG AND BOOK 
CO. I.TD. 

J. P. Scott, Mg-r. Dmg-g-ists and 
Stationers. Kodaks, Films and 
SuppUes, Fancy Goods, School and 
Office Supplies. Bdison Phono- 
g-raphs. 

Cranbrook Farmers Institute E H 
McPhee sec 

CRANBROOK FOTTNDRT 

A. A. SXcKinnon, Proprietor. Iron 
Foundry, Machine Shop and Pat- 
ternmakers. 

Cranbrook Golf Club W R Grubbe 
sec 

CRAITBROOK HBRAI.D 

P. A. "Williams, Editor and Pub- 
lisher. (Every Thursday). 

CRANBROOK MEAT MARKET 
J. B. Walkley, Proprietor. 

Cranbrook Poultry Assn H Sains- 
bury sec 



Cranbrook Recreation Club 

Cranbrook Retail Merchants Assn G 
B Brown sec 

Cranbrook Saddlery Co Ltd A E Bow- 
ley mgr harness shoe repairers 

CBANBBOOK SASH & DOOB CO. 
I.TD. 

H. A. McKowan, Pres. and Mgr., 
■W. F. Attridge, Sec.-Treas., J. H. 
Spence, Eng-., J. Woodman, Supt. 
Head Office and Factory: Cran- 
brook; Sawmill at Kitchener. B. 
C. Manufacturers of Iiujnber and 
Millwork. 

Cranbrook Tennis Club J J Barrett 
sec 

Cranbrook Trading Co Ltd A D Brid- 
ges mgr groceries feed agricultur- 
al implements 

Cranbrook Vulcanizing Works W R 
Glbbs prop 

Cranbrook Women's Institute Mrs G 
Taylor sec 

Childs Geo lineman City 

Crawford Maternity Home 

Crosby J fireman CPR 

Cross Keys Hotel Jas Buchanan prop 

Crowe Arthur F sec GWVA 

Crowe A F dist regr supreme and 
county courts 

Crowe Banford of Brown & Crowe 

Crowe J B ranching 

Crozier C J car foreman CPR 

Cummings J G civ eng land surv 

Dale Chas baker Mrs F Kummer 

Dale W sheep and farming 

Dallas Donald elk Prov Govt 

Dallas J M ticket clerk CPR 

Dallas P conductor CPR 

Dalzie S painter 

Daniels W A boilerwasher CPR 

Darling R carman CPR 

Dan Yuen Long Co Chinese store 

Daniels W J helper CPR 

Davidson A B fireman CPR 

Davis Edgar meat ctr Cranbrook Mt 
Market 

Deacon John F grocer 

Delany John J of Delany & Sinclair 

Delany & Sinclair hardware 

DEI.I.S CAFE 

John Gardner and Joseph Bouse, 
Proprietors. 

Delmer J small fruits 

Dennis R carman CPR 

DeVeber H A forest asst CPR 

DeWolf Allan of DeWolf & Ham 

DeWolf & Ham logging 

Dezall Danl mech F Dezall 

Dezall Frank auto garage 

Dingley Edw G shed frmn CPR 

Dixon R carpenter 

Dixon W conductor CPR 

Dodge Wilfred of Dodge & Korluck 



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— e & Korluck barbers 
inion Express J P McLaren agt 
nion Marble & Granite Works 
mbrook Cartage & Transfer Co 
^ .nts 
nion and Prov Emp Agency W 
Harris supt 

r E G dispatcher CPR 
son F brakeman CPR 
an D J brakeman CPR 
n W F clothing 
>: Gracie steno I*rov Govt 
s H mech Hanson Garage 
s Thos of Jones & Doris 
-r las Mrs Kate school teacher 
D W brakeman CPR 
Ethel elk The Patricia 
ney Thos E fire insp CPR forest- 
branch 

e Elizabeth maid Cranbrook Htl 
ler C W mech Hanson Garage 
v T sta eng City Power House 
nimond Alfreda bkpr McCreery 
-•Jros 

rummond Delphina mgr The Patri- 
. ia 

: ummond Frances steno McDonald 
Xisbet & Graham 
mmond M whsmn Western Gro- 
rs 

.is J H of Std Elec Co 
lop J S eng CPR 
in Robt C supt City Elec Light 
pt 

• Kootenay Greenhouses G B Wil- 
- prop florists plants 

• Kootenay Stockbreeders Assn 
1^ Woods pres A B Smith sec 

i^astman Edith A elk Kootenay Tel 
Lines 

~:iTian Howard of Std Elec Co 
nomy Plumbing & Heating Co A 
.'-beau prop 
:j\vard C V acct CPR tie and tim- 
ber dept 
Mwards Lee music teacher 

trie Supply E H McPhee prop 
n Margaret opr K Tel Lines Ltd 

R fireman CPR 
son Regd const RCMP 
-lie Chas men's furnishing 

Ralph D of Grady & Eye 
ning W brakeman CPR 
io G sec foreman CPR 
nessey John engineer CPR 
ffie W A dentist 
-ruson Harry emp G W V A 
:< Jacob P pres Fink Merc Co 
k Merc Co Ltd dry goods men's 
jrnishings and furniture 
Pinlayson D mixed farming 
Finley Leslie elk F Parks & Co 
Finley Mabel elk The Patricia 
Finley Ruby elk Little & Atchison 
Finley R J brakeman 
Finniss Xina elk McCreery Bros 
Fletcher Emily elk J B Haslam 
Flewelling H O fireman CPR 
Flowers Richard boilermaker CPR 
Flowers Wm J machinist CPR 
Fouracre J W^ mldr Cranbrook Fdry 
Fox F W brakeman CPR 
Foxall Mary nurse Dr W A Fergie 
Frame R prop Home Bakery 
Frost J mach appr CPR 
Fulton B W elk Imperial Bank 

I Groceries, Plonr, Feed, Grain, Can- 
' dies, Cig'ars, Tobacco and Soft 
I Drinks. 

Fyles Harry fireman CPR 
jFyles Herb brakeman CPR 
iFyles Samuel janitor post office 
,F>-les Stanley elk Elec Supply Shop 
iGalbraith Henry T blacksmith 
IGalbraith W L elk Cranbrook Drug 
& Book Co 



Gammon Harry engineer CPR 

Gammon L fireman CPR 

Gammon M fireman CPR 

Gard John painter 

Gardner John of Dells Cafe 

Gartside J dairy farming 

Gatto Paul bowling alley 

Genest J A conductor CPR mayor 

Gibbs W R prop Cranbrook Vulcan- 
izing Works 

Gill Thomas engineer CPR 

Gillis Malcolm meat ctr P Burns & 
Co Ltd 

Gilroy W D sec Kootenay Tel Lines 
Ltd 

Gingles Mrs J elk McCreery Bros 

Godderis C mixed farming 

Godderis Frank barber 

Good Mrs E G waitress Hurry's 

Gooderham F H trucker CPR 

Gougeon Philip emp Govt Liquor 
Store 

Government Liquor Store John Tay- 
lor vendor 

Grady Albt elecn Elec Supply Shop 

Grady Harry L of Grady & Eye 

Grady & Eye tailors 

Graham Alan of Macdonald Nesbitt 
& Graham 

Graham Percy engineer CPR 

Gray A eng CPR 

Gray Otto lineman City 

G W V Assn A F Crowe sec 

Greaves W H conductor CPR 

Green Dr F W of Green & MacKin- 
non health officer and coroner 

Green K W mixed farming 

GBEEN &; MacKIITirOll' 

Physicians and Surgeons. 
Grubbe W R mgr Imperial Bank 
Guimont J F dispatcher CPR 
Gummer Edw B emp CPR 
Gurd & Spreuil barristers and solrs 
Guthrie W^m prov assessor and reg 

of voters 
Halcrow David chief of police 
Hall H C brakeman CPR 
Hall W S emp CPR 
Ham Arthur of DeWolf & Ham 
Haman A H mgr P Burns & Co Ltd 
Hamilton Wm D fruit and dairy 

farming 
Hong Chong Emporium Chinese store 

and labor contractor 
Hannah Isaac caretaker RR yard 

KANSON GABAGE 

F. M. MacPlierson, Manager. 
Harbinson F J acct P Burns & Co 
Harmon P brakeman CPR 
Harper G baggageman CPR 
Harper John elk Delany & Sinclair 
Harris Martin T timekeeper CPR 
Harris W H brakeman CPR 

HABKIS, Vr. K. 

Superintendent Provincial Iiabor 

Bureau and Secretary Cranbrook 

Board of Trade. 
Harrison Rev Fredk V Ang clergy 
Harrison Roy elk John Manning 
Harrison R H brakeman CPR 
Hartnell P C brakeman CPR 
Hartnell R E trainman CPR 
Hartnell S E brakeman CPR 
Harvey Fred mech F Dezall 
Harvey Wm fireman Cranbrook Sash 

& Door Co Ltd 
Haslam J B druggist 
Haslam W conductor CPR 
Hatton A M steno CPR 
Hawkins A engineer CPR 
Haxtable H J brakeman CPR 
Hay Angus T dist agriculturist 
Hayman E G fireman CPR 
Haynes H S elk F Parks & Co 
Haynes I car foreman CPR 




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Haynes Thos R chief frt office CPR 
Haynes Wilfred G mgr furniture dept 

Fink Merc Co Ltd 
Hayward Wm G mach helper CPR 
Healey J engineer CPR 
Heath M B mixed farming 
Hembury C laborer City 
Henderson Howard mech F Dezall 
Henderson Mrs Jas B postmistress 
Henderson Miss L C school teacher 
Henderson Wm machinist CPR 
Hennessey G A engineer CPR 
Hep Chong Co dry goods and grocers 

HERCHICES, H. W. 

Barrister, Solicitor and Kotary 
Public. 

Herin M mixed farming 

Herniman C whse Western Grocers 

Heroski Peter carman CPR 

Hesson J brakeman CPR 

Hesson W H brakeman CPR 

Hewson Wm carman CPR 

Hicks H B water rights eng B C 

Govt 
Higgins Gracie E E cashr Prov Govt 
Hill Albert H engineer CPR 
Hill A G engineer CPR 
Hill E A men's furnishings 
Hill Stanley G elk E A Hill 
Hill W D ladies' ready-to-wear 
Hill W Scott farming poultry 
Hinton H R elk Cranbrook Tdg Co 
Hodgson A W disp CPR 
Hogarth Geo prop Hotel Cranbrook 
Holden A H carman CPR 
Holdener Xavier brewmaster Cran- 
brook Brewing Co Ltd 
Holland Danl J shoemaker 
Holm A fireman City Power House 
Home Bakery R Frame prop bakery 

and conf 
Home E mgr CPR tie and timber 

dept 
Hong Chong Co groceries 
Hong Fong silks 

Hop Sing Lung Co Chinese store 
Hopkins David conductor CPR 
Horie Martin Prov road insp 
Horwood W J fireman CPR 
Hotel Cranbrook Geo Hogarth prop 
Hotel Cranbrook Barber Shop T E 

South prop 
Houle Arthur of Wentworth Hotel 
Huchcroft J F contractor and mixed 

farming 
Huggins H shipper Cranbrook Sash 

& Door Co Ltd 
Hughes R B fireman CPR 
Hughes R C fireman CPR 
Hunter Jessie steno CPR tie and tlm- 

ber dept 
Hurry Alex of Hurry's White Luncl 
Hurry's White Lunch Alex Hurr; 

prop 
Huxtable H J trainman CPR 
Hyland R conductor CPR 
Hyslop Edna steno City Clerk 
Imperial Bank of Canada W E 

Grubbe mgr 
Imperial Hotel B Matson prop 
Imperial Oil Ltd J L Palmer ageni 
Ingham J O brakeman CPR 
Ingram G engineer CPR 
Innes A engineer CPR 
Innes J A chief elk CPR 
Ireland Albt E watchmkr and jwlr 
Italia Hotel Felix Provenzano prop 
Ito Jessie L steno Beale & Elwell 
Jackson J conductor CPR 
James C C engineer CPR 
James Mrs E elk W D Hill 
Jay R H elk Royal Bank 
Jecks H B baggage master CPR 
Jecks L P printer Cranbrook Herald 
Jee Yim restaurant 
Joe Bros Co tailors cleaners 
Johnson A H engineer CPR 



Johnson C constable 
Johnson Emma waitress Hurry's 
Johnson Michael H fireman CPR 
Johnson R P brakeman CPR 
Johnson W J engineer CPR 
Johnson W R brakeman CPR 
Johnston Wm mgr Cranbrook Crea- 
mery 
Jones A E of Jones & Doris 
Jones & Doris contractors 
Kay David A printer Cranbrook Cou- 
rier 
Kay H R opr CPR 
Kay Walter elk Niblock Bros 
Kellock R elk B Weston 
Kemball A tmstr City Transfer & 

Warehouse Co 
Kempf Edw bottler Cranbrook Brew- 
ing Co 
Kennedy G E blacksmith 
Kennedy John sec Cranbroolc Brew- 
ing Co 
Kennedy J E Prov Mining Recorder 

and Reg of Voters 
Kerr Madge steno Gurd & Spreull 
Kerrigan James hay and feed 
Kershaw Doris steno West Grocers 
Key City Lodge lOOF W M Harris 

sec 
Kilby W W second hand store 
Killins Harry L engineer CPR 
Kimball J R carman's helper CPR 
Kirkland H B frt carp CPR 
Knight A M druggist Cranbrook Drg 

& Book Co 
Knights of Columbus John Kennedy 

sec 
Knights of Pythias H L Harrison 

K R & S 
Kootenay Garage E T Cooper prop 
KOOTBITAY TBI^BPHOKB I.IITBS 
I.TI>. 
W. D. Gilroy, Sec, J. R. Adamson, 
Plant Snpt. Owners of Kootenay 
Telephone I>ines. 
Korluck Wm of Dodge & Korluck 
Kozack S sec foreman CPR 
Kuhnert Chas driver J Manning 
Kummer Mrs F baker 
Kummer Harold baker 
Kwong Chong Mab Jim mgr Indry 
Lacey G brakeman CPR 
LaFleur G brakeman CPR 
LaFleur Isabelle steno F Parks & Cc 
LaFleur M brakeman CPR 
LaFontaine Fred waiter L D Cafe 
LaFortune Frank porter Can Hote 
Laidlaw James T surveyor 
Lamb Walter carpenter 
Lambot Rev E St Eugene Mission 

stock raising 
Lancaster J tmstr City Transfer & 

Warehouse Co 
Lancaster Mary steno McDonald Nis- 

bet & Graham 
Larsen C brakeman CPR 
Laurie Albert E mach appr CPR 
Laurie John carman CPR 
Laurie R J mach CPR 
Leaman W E brakeman CPR 
Leask John police magistrate and of- 
ficial administrator 
Leask Lionel mgr Rex Theatre 
Leask Roy elk Western Can Whol 
Lebeau Alfd prop Economy Plumb- 
ing & Heating Co 

IiBB GIKG 

Tailoring. 

Lee Rev Robt pastor Meth church 
Leigh A E watchmkr Raworth Bros 
Leitch C brakeman CPR 
Leonard R W brakeman CPR 
Leonard W conductor CPR 
Lewis J laborer City 
Lewis Lawson machinist CPR 
Lindquist J P mixed farming 



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Lindsay C conductor CPR 

Linn D brakeman CPR 

Linnell H H ticket elk CPR 

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Lippitt Geo mixed farming 

Little Chas J of Little & Atchison 

Little Davenport Cafe F Baxter and 

Mrs S A Moyer props 
Little & Atchison grocers 
Lodge T bkpr City Tr & Whse Co 
Logan James janitor Central school 
Lombardo D fireman CPR 
Long W R conductor CPR 
Loucks Leslie engineer CPR 
Lumber Workers Industrial Union of 

Canada Edw J Robinson sec 
Lunn Geo auto livery 
Lunn J F carman CPR 
Luscombe Henry mgr Cash Mt Mkt 
Luttrell Ethel music teacher 
McAuley J A conductor CPR 
McAvinn T J fireman CPR 
McBurney R A conductor CPR 
McCallum John fireman CPR 
McCallum Miss S school teacher 
McClure J H fireman City 
McConnell J poultry and farming 
McConnell W C elk Prov Forestry 

Dept 
McCreery Bros (M McCreery) dry 
goods men's furnishings millinery 
McCreery M of McCreery Bros 
McCrimmon M A brakeman CPR 
McCrindle X dairyman 
McDairmid J carman CPR 
McDonald A R brakeman CPR 
MacDonald Charles P grocer 
McDonald Donald A elk Govt Liquor 

Store 
MacDonald D M acet Bk of Com 
McDonald H engineer CPR 
McDonald J tmstr City T & "W Co 
MacDonald J elec CPR 
Macdonald J A prop B C Livery 
McDonald J E billiards cigars and. 

soft drinks 
MacDonald Nisbet & Graham (Wal- 
ter A Nesbitt and Alan Graham) 
barristers and solicitors 
MacDonald W S B&D foreman CPR 
McEachern Charles chauf Drs Green 

& MacKinnon 
McEachern V fireman CPR 
McEwen M steno CPR 
McFadyen J dist master mech and 

train master CPR 
McFarlane Jean clerk P O 
MacFarlane W J of City Auto Livery 
McGill Hugh track repairer CPR 
MacGregor F H lineman CPR Tels 
Mclnnes X chauf City Transfer & 

Warehouse Co 
Mcintosh G S trainman CPR 
Mcintosh S brakeman CPR 
Mackay Dorothy elk Bank of Com 
McKay Ethel bkpr Beattie-Xoble Ltd 
McKay Rev E W Pres minister 
McKee E L fireman CPR 
McKenna G H mach appr CPR 
McKenzie A M mixed farming 
MeKenzie Mrs C M school teacher 
MacKenzie D R engineer CPR 
MacKinnon Archd mgr Oj:^nbroak 

Foundry 
MacKinnon Dr G E L of Green & 

MacKinnon 
McKowan H A mgr Cranbrook Sash 

& Door Co 
McLaren J P agt Dom Express Co 
McLean J M agt CPR Telegraph 
Mcl^ean Robt tmstr Cranbrook Ctg 

& Transfer Co 
MacLeod Margaret millinery ladies 

ready to wear and fancy goods 
McLeod Murdoch tailor 
McLeod W D yardmaster CPR 
McXeil J C brakeman CPR 



McPhee Benj farming and stock 
MePhee C F wireman Elec Supply 
McPhee E H prop Electric Supply 
Shop and pub com Board of Trade 
McPhee Edna M acet Prov Govt 
MacPherson F M undertaker and 

mgr of Hanson Garage 
MeQuaid J H mgr Canadian Bank of 

Commerce 
Machum K R mgr CPR dept natural 

resources forestry branch 
Magee Charles engineer CPR 
Magro Frank auto livery 
Mahaffev G brakeman CPR 
Maidment C F fireman CPR 
Malcolm Sydney fireman CPR 
Male Minnie maid Cranbrook Hotel 
Malone Thomas blrmkrs hlpr CPR 
Man Chun Co grocers 
Manahan G F conductor CPR 
Manning John groceries and feed 
Manning V Z insp of public schools 
Marapodi Joe shoemaker 
Marapodi Joe of Venezia Hotel 
Margawa K barber and soft drinks 
Markin J carman CPR 
Marsh G F mgr Royal Bank 
Marshall W C bkpr Cranbrook Meat 

Market 
Marston L emp L D Cafe 
Martin Bros real est and insurance 
Martin James of Martin Bros 
Martin John of Martin Bros 
Martin J ear insp CPR 
Martin Myrtle A steno Martin Bros 
Matheson Peter auto dealer 
Matson Bert prop Imperial Hotel 
Merrington J frt trucker CPR 
Middleton Olive opr Kootenay Tel 

Linse 
Miles F B dentist 
Millar J T tel opr CPR 
Miller Andrew live stock farming 
Miller Mrs Elizabeth housekpr Cross 

Keys Hotel 
Miller E A engineer CPR 
Millerin C F janitor High School 
Milne J mgr City Tr & Whse Co 
Moe A M brakeman CPR 
Moffatt John elk R P Moffatt 
MofEatt Stanley elk R P Moffatt 
Moffatt's Variety Store R P Moffatt 

prop 
Moir G T station agent CPR 
Mole Horace P elk Prov Dept Public 

Works 
Montana Cafe Charlie Sing prop 
Montana Laundry Charlie Wing prop 
Moore G S conductor CPR 
Moore H E brakeman CPR 
Moore Xorman dist forester Prov 

forest branch 
Moorhouse B A surveyor 
Moorhouse Mrs Ellen tailoress P 

Willis 
More James waiter L D Cafe 
Morgan Geo cabinet maker 
Morris F manual training instructor 
Morrison Angus C dairy and poultry 
Morrison Chas elk Cranbrook Tdg Co 
Morrison C of Cranbrook Tdg Co 
Morro J sec foreman CPR 
Morrow H E barber A H Bulloch 
Mortimer Gordon Prov Constable 
Morton W G elk collr of customs 
Mosley R H conductor CPR 
Mott H R mech Kootenay Garage 
Moyer Mrs S A of Little Davenport 

Cafe 
Mueller Jos foundry helper Cran- 
brook Foundry 
Muirhead Wm tailor Fink Merc Co 
Mullin Thos meat etr P Burns & Co 
Murdoch Alex carp Jones & Doris 
Murgatroyd Edith M steno Imperial 

Bank 
Murgatroyd Sidney mach appr CPR 



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Murphy J T brakeman CPR 
Murphy Rev Father R C priest 
Murray J A engineer CPR 
Musser Angus eng Cranbrook Brew- 
ing Co Ltd 
Neil J W engineer CPR 
Neill Miss H D school teacher 
Neroski P car repairer CPR 
Niblock Bros tailors 
Niblock Geo tailor and cleaning 
Niblock Moses of Niblock Bros 
Nisbet W A of MacDonald Nisbet & 

Graham 
Noble A P sec Beattie-Noble Ltd 
Noble Mrs E waitress Cranbrook Htl 
Nordquist J tmstr City T & W Co 
Norgrove J sta fireman CPR 
North Thomas fireman CPR 
Noyce H laborer City 
O'Connor F J brakeman CPR 
Offin E B janitor Court House 
Ogden H driver Western Grocers 
Otis Staples Lumber Co Cranbrook 

Ctg & Transfer Co agts 
Ottestad J W eng DeWolf & Ham 
Owens Lewis engineer CPR 
Page G fireman CPR 
Palmer J L agt Imperial Oil Ltd 
Palmquist T barber A W "Webster 
Pantling Albt carp Jones & Doris 
Pantling A janitor Rex Theatre 
Pantling A fireman CPR 
Parker C N brakeman CPR 
Parks F & Co (F Parks) wholesale 

and retail hardware 
Parnaby Geo mixed farming 
Pascale Frank chauffeur F Magro 
Pascuzzo Ross mech Hanson Garage 
Paterson Edward I sec Fink Merc Co 
Paterson Ellen B school teacher 
Patmore Bros (G W Patmore) plbg 

and electrical heating 
Patricia The D Drummond mgr rest 
Patterson C eng watchman CPR 
Patterson John appr Cranbrook 

Foundry 
Patterson J dairy products 
Patterson Marie elk Kootenay Tel 

Lines 
Patterson T teamster City T & W Co 
Pattinson J tmstr City T & W Co 
Pattinson Joe elk Little & Atchison 
Patton Geo brakeman CPR 
Pattinson John butcher P Burns Co 
Patton Winnifred steno Drs Green 

& MacKinnon 
Paulson L mech Kootenay Garage 
Pelton G R fireman CPR 
Pettigrew J E switchman CPR 
Phillips J dairying mixed farming 
Phillips Rose N gen del clerk P O 
Philpot J frt storeman CPR 
Pinckney John elk G W V A 
Plunkett C R mixed farming 
Pocock Charles W hostler CPR 
Pontesso Adolph car repairer CPR 
Pow Francis mess CPR Tels 
Powell Geo B prop B C Vulcanizing 

Co 
Price C E brakeman CPR 
Price Robert J blacksmith CPR 
Procter Roy brakeman CPR 
Provenzano Felix billiards 
Provenzano Frank groceries 
Pym Frank forest ranger Prov For- 
est Branch 
Quaife David G hostler CPR 
QTTEEN'S HOTZSI. 

Veebergf & Benson, Proprietors. 
Rabichaud H conductor CPR 
Radcliffe A J engineer CPR 
Radcliffe Edward J fireman CPR 
Railway YMCA J M Clark sec 
RatclifCe Chas brakeman CPR 
Ratcliffe S H waiter L D Cafe 
Ratcliffe W P of Ratcliffe & Stewart 
Ratcliffe & Stewart garage 



Raworth Bros jewelers opticians 
RCMP R Armitage corp in charge 
Reade Cecil drummer Rex Theatre 
Reade C A elk CPR 
Reece G W fire chief 
Reed Herbert J loco foreman CPR 
Reekie James mach Cranbrook Fdry 
Renauld F mixed farmimng 
Rengger L D steno CPR 

KBX THEATRB 

Iiiouel i;«ask, Managfer. "The Home 
of Faramonnt Pictures." 

Reynolds Frederick storekeeper CPR 
Richer Geo small fruit farm 
Richmond Rachael janitress Koote- 
nay Orchard School 
Risleg G V brakeman CPR 
Roault A teamster T & W Co 
Roberts J constable 
Roberts Thos tmstr Cranbrook Ctg 

& Trans Co 
Roberts Thos M city clerk and 

treas 
Robertson J div engineer CPR 
Robertson Mrs Violet prop Cranbrook 

Bazaar 
Robichaud H conductor CPR 
Robichaud R elk Royal Bank 
Robinson Edw J sec Lbr Workers 

Industrial Union 
Robinson John tmstr Cranbrook Ctg 

& Trans Co . 
Robinson W G warehouse foreman 

Western Grocers 
Robison Bruce pianist Star Theatre 
Rocky Mountain Chapter A C 

Shankland scribe 
Roe G S const CPR 
Romano Charlie carman CPR 
Rombough S M baggageman CPR 
Root H O eng DeWolf & Ham 
Rosling F O brakeman CPR 
Ross Robert H carman CPR 
Rouse Joseph of Dells Cafe 
Roy J S engineer CPR 
Royal Bank of Canada G F Marsh 

mgr 
Royall Joseph elk Crankbrook Hotel 
Rumsey G brakeman .CPR 
Rumsey J L poultry farming 
Rumsey S S asst acct CPR 
Russell F engineer CPR 
Russell F A real estate 
Rutledge F W vet surgeon 
Rutledge W L trainman CPR 
Rutley Frank engineer CPR 
Ryan Danl of Sainsbury & Ryan 
Ryder A elk Cranb Tdg Co 
St Eloi A brakeman CPR 
St Eloi Margaret steno Beale & 

Elwell 

ST. ETTGEirz: HOSPITAi; 
sister Tencrede, Superior 

Sacco P groceries and billiards 

Sainsbury H E of Sainsbury & Ryan 

Sainsbury & Ryan contrs and bldrs 

Sakaguchi R pool room 

Sam Sing laundry 

Sam Yick dry goods and groceries 

Sanderson James check scaler Prov 

Forester 
Sanderson J B farming 
Sang Robert E travelling saleman 

Western Grocers 
Sarvis Jos T engineer CPR 
Sarvis K Viola steno P W Willis 
Satterthwaite W trainman CPR 
Saunders A S engineer CPR 
Schell A J mgr Western Grocers 
Scholey F plumber Patmore Bros 
Scott Barney cleaning and pressing 
Scott J F mng dir Cranbrook Drug 

& B Co 
Selby W J scavenger 



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Selkirk Preceptory No 45 W S Santo 

sec 
Seymord Edward prop City Bakery 
Shackleton Albert pipe fitter CPR 
Shankland A C police comr 
Sessions G E plumber Economv 

Plmbg Co 
Shaw Geo blacksmith 
Shaw J poultry-raising 
Shaw Samuel trimmer CPR 
Shepherd W clerk Cranbrook Trading 

Co Ltd 
Sheridan J engineer CPR 
Simpson G P asst chief clerk CPR 
Simpson R city fireman 
Sims Mrs E cashr Star Theatre 
Sims James car inspector CPR 
Sinclair Gilbert of Delaney & Sinclair 
Sing Miss E X school tchr 
Singleton A chief clerk CPR tie and 

timber dept 
Sissons C meat ctr Cranb Meat Mkt 
Slonski Pete elk J E McDonald 
Small Fred bkpr RatclifEe & Stewart 
Smith A B stock and poultry sec 

Cranbrook Farmers' Institute 
Smith A C clerk Lester Clapp 
Smith George clerk Hotel Cranbrook 
Smith Mamie cashr Rex Theatre 
Smith W D brakeman CPR 
Soden W foreman city waterworks 
Soper A C lineman Kootenay Tel 

Lines 
South T E prop Cranbrook Hotel Brbr 

Shop 
Speers D J conductor CPR 
Spence Gladys M billing clerk CPR 
Spence J H engineer Cranbrook Sash 

& Door Co Ltd 
Spence J W prop Cranbrook Agency 

Co 
SpreuU G J of Gurd & SpreuU 
Standard Electric Co J H Dubois 

& H Eastman props 
Stanton Ruth steno Western Grocers 
Staples Miss M E school teacher 
Star Second-Hand Store W W Kilby 

prop 
Star Theatre A C Blaine mgr 
Starritt D M mixed farming 
Steavley Mary opr Kootenay Tel 

Lines 
Stender Wm blacksmith helper CPR 
Stevens Henry porter Cosmopolitan 

Hotel 
Stevens H J elk Bank of Commerce 
Stewart Wm prop Cosmopolitan Htl 
Stewart Miss M school tchr 
Stewart T M R of RatclifEe & Stewart 
Stirrett D F dairy farming 
Stone W D mixed farming 
Strachan Adam B hostler CPR 
Strange A shoemaker 
Sullivan G L brakeman CPR 
Sullivan L P prop Cranbrook Courier 
Sutherland D A watchmaker W H 

Wilson 
Sutherland J J fireman CPR 
Swan Edw carp Jones & Doris 
Sweeney Mrs D elk W D Hill 
Symes Sally P clerk Fink Merc Co 
Tapscott Rev Baptist minister 
Taylor Edw plumber Patmore Bros 
Taylor George carman CPR 
Taylor John vendor Govt Liquor Str 
Taylor J S brakeman CPR 
Tennant E J opr CPR Tels 
Terrace Mary opr Kootenay Tel 

Lines Ltd 
Thompson Geo H county court judge 
Thompson James brakeman CPR 
Thompson Xigel drummer Star Thetr 
Thompson Peter stableman Cran- 
brook Ctg & Trans Co 
Thompson W G elk Imperial Bank 
Thomson Orville printer Cranbrook 

Courier 



Thornley J S printer Cranbrook 

Herald 
Tiffin R T conductor CPR 
Tito T laborer City 
Tong Chong Co Chinese store 
Towriss Chas A of Cranbrook Cartgo 

& Trans Co 
Turner A E pianos 
Turner D engineer CPR 
Vannes Marie waitress L D cafe 
Veeberg L of Queen's Hotel 
Venezia Hotel J Marapodie and E 

Bigantine props 
Voisey Harry cook Hurry's 
Walker E roadmaster CPR 
Walker J L sec F Parks & Co 
Walkley J R prop Cranbrook Meat 

Market 
Wallace C X dairy farming 
Wallace Miss E E school tchr 
Wallace J dairy farming 
Wallace T A brakeman CPR 
Wallinger Muriel A ledger Imperial 

Bank 

WAZ^IiINGER, N. A. 

Government Agent, Odd Commis- 
sioner and Collector. 
Wallinger Mrs X A violinist Rex 

Theatre 
Wallinger N J A mech City Auto 

Livery 
Walsh W switchman CPR 
W^ard A S clerk John Manning 
Ward C R insurance 
Wasson F R conductor CPR 
Watkins Edith elk W D Hill 
Watson R C brakeman CPR 
Weatherill Percy carman CPR 
Webster A W barber 
Wells W eng City Power House 
Wentworth Hotel A Houle & J Co- 
burn props 
Western Canada Wholesale Co Ltd 
W C Allard mgr wholesale grocers 
Western Grocers Ltd A J Schell mgr 
Weston Benj dry goods 
Wheatdn J H fireman CPR 
White Harold tmstr City T & W Co 

WHITE, HAB&T 

Collector of Customs and Excise 

White Sybill school teacher 
Whiteside B F engineer CPR 
Whiting Wm auto livery 
Whittier James carman CPR 
Whittier James L fireman CPR 
Wiggins R H brakeman CPR 
Wiles Jess tmstr Cranbrook Ctg *• 

Transfer Co 
Williams E conductor CPR 
Williams P switchman CPR 
Williams F A mgr Cranbrook Herald 
Willicombe Louis mech Hanson Gar 
Willis G B prop East Kootenay 

Greenhouse 

•WJJ.X,1S, p. w. 

Iiadies' and Gents' Tailors. 
Wilson W A brakeman CPR 
Wilson W C prin High School 
Wilson W H fireman CPR 
Wilson W H jeweler optician sec 

Cranbrook Dist Auto Assn 
Wilson Wm J vulcanizing 
Wing Chong Chinese store 
Wirth Annie waitress Club Cafe 
Wolfer W W baggageman CPR 
Wood H brakeman CPR 
Woodland Amy school teacher 
Woodman Jos planer Cranbrook Sash 

& Door Co 
Woods Franklin emp CPR 
Woods Peter stock and farming 
Woods Peter prop Cash Meat Market 




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Worden W E prop City Transfer & 

Whse Co 
Worthington Frank H ranching- 
Wyles J L W teller Bk of Com 

Crane Lake, % mile long, in Say- 
ward District, Vancouver Island, 1 
mile west of Mohun Lake. 

CRAWFORD BAY 

a post office and settlement on east 
side of Kootenay Lake, and head of 
Crawford Bay, in Kaslo Provincial 
Electoral District, reached by C. P. 
R. Kootenay Lake steamers, 12 miles 
from Proctor, the nearest C. P. R- 
telegraph point. Has Dominion Gov- 
ernment and B. C. Telephone offices, 
office of Sub-recorder Ainsworth 
Mining Division, public school and 
public hall. Local resources: Fruit 
growing, lumbering, mining and 
fishing. 

Bayliss Robert ranching 
Bayliss W mixed farming 
Bourne E L ranching 
Burden & Watson Ibr mfrs hotel and 

ranch 
Clark F A minister 1st Church of 

Christ and ranching 
Clibborn A E mixed farming 
Corbett Fred L rancher 
Crawford Bay Farmers' Inst W W 

Mooney sec 
Crawford Bay Hotel A Fournier prop 
Crawford Bay Women's Inst Mrs S 

E Kidman sec 
Cross H J fruit-growing 
Dale D ranching 
Dee A C ranching 
Derbyshire Jas 
English J ranching 

Fournier A prop Crawford Bay Hotel 
Eraser M M ranching 
Freeman W H ranching 
Gooch Major ranching 
Goodwin H S Apostolic minister and 

ranching 
Harlow C W 

Harrison M J commander R N 
Hartig Fred A rancher 
Houghton A C mixed farming 
Houghton J E general store mixed 

farming and PM 
Houghton W 
Hout A ranching 
Hurst Jas purser CPR steamer 
Inglis H C 

Jacobson Mrs C mixed farming 
Johnston Mike mining and ranching 
Kean J W ranching 
Kidman W J bees ranching 
Legg Mrs P T poultry-raising 
Liversedge 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 Jas E ranching 
Mahood Rev J Anglican clergyman 
Mandsley H ranching 
Mason Geo A rancher 
Mear W rancher 
Millar A D B rancher 
Mooney W W ranching 
Moore Wm retired farmer 
Murray H ranching 
Nelson A ranching 
Olson J rai.ching 
Palmer O ranching 
Peter J J ranching 
Richardson H mixed farming 
Simpson F W ranching 
Strathearn W B ranching 



UhthofC K J 
Wadds D photographer 
Walker Miss D ranching 
Watson A J lumberman 
Webb Samuel rancher 
Westbury B L ranching 
Williams C M ranching 
■Wilson Jas ranching 
Women's Institute 
Wolgar B J ranching 
Zimnier Geo farming 

Crawford Creek, 15 miles long, runs 
into Crawford Bay, Kootenay Lake. 

Crawshay Mountain, between south 
of Toba Inlet and Powell Lake, in 
south of the Coast District. 

Crayton Creek, 24 miles long, runs 
into north of Long Lake near Vernon. 

Crazy Creek, 10 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Eagle River, Shuswap Lake. 

CRAWFORD'S ANCHORAGE 

a logging camp 150 miles from Van- 
couver on the Loughborough Inlet- 
Topaz Harbor water route of the 
Union S. S. Co.'s boats from Van- 
couver, which carry mail. Nearest 
telephone office is at Campbell River 
and nearest telegraph office at Rock 
Bay. 

B C Mills Timber & Trading Co log- 
ging operators 
Caviinaugh J foreman BCMTciT Co i 

CREIGHTON VALLEY 

a timber and farming settlement In 
Okanagan Valley, 19 miles from Ver- 
non, the nearest railway point on 
tbe C. P. R., in North Okanasfun 
Provincial Electoral District, reached 
by stage from Vernon. Has telephone 
service. Local resources: Farming, 
and timber. Address mail via R. R. 
1, Lumby post office. 
Ballistra J farming 
Barber A farming 
Dunnett H N farming 
Gillians J farming 
Harrison A F H farming 
Ilenline A farming 
Inglis David farming 
Ingli."- D W farming 
Wenves H 

CRESCENT 

a post office and station on the G. N. 
R. Seattle branch, 14 miles south of 
New W^estminster, in Delta Provin- 
cial Electoral District. Has B. C. 
Telephone. 

Adams & Cotters general store 
Anderson C J poultry-raising 
Barlow (resident) 
Bell W D 

Berry Albert farming 
Brynjolfsson Bergur farming 
Brynjolfsson Gunnar farmer 
Brynjolfsson S farming 
Bull Albert H fisherman 
Burden Mrs J mixed farming 
Burden Jas K rancher 
Carlson John farmer 
Carroll D mixed farming 
Catt George E poultry-raising 
Cooper Alfre)3 J fiirmer 
Cope W farmer 
Corbett F farmer 
Cre.Jcent Ovster Co Ltd W Lambert 

mgr oyster beds 
Dunn R farming 
Engeseth Eina farming 
Eraser H fisherman 
Galispie Robt farming 



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Giblin George farming 

Giblin M Thos farming 

Hotel Crescent Capt Williams prop 

Humbersladt P carp and farming 

Lambert W mgr Crescent Oyster Co 

Larond Rev 

Melrose Shingle Co 

Oldershaw W foreman Crescent 

Oyster Co 
Oleson C farming 
Patterson James A mixed farming 
Prcece Edgar fisherman 
Ringstead Alfred farming 
Stewart D J mixed farming 
Stewart J mixed farming 
Stewart Wm J farming 
Target Geo resident 
Taylor R L resident 
Templett Wm mill engineer 
Triggs Geo J fisherman 
Tulloch J dairy 
Unwin W J farmer 
Wade H G farming and logging 
Wickham Wm B builder and contr 
Williams Capt gen store farming and 

prop Hotel Crescent 
Wright P P mixed farming 

CRESCENT BAY 

(formerly called Farrington's Land- 
ing), a landing of the C. P. R. Koot- 
enay Lake steamers from Nelson, the 
post office and business centre, 9% 
miles east, in Provincial Electoral 
District of Trail. Has rural and long 
distance telephones. Local resources: 
Fruit-growing, farming and gold min- 
ing. . 

Anderson J D Kokanee Lodge 

Bourke Rowland ranching 

Cunliffe W E summer resident 

Dronsfield Tom ranching 

Forde J P hummer resident 

Fosheim I ranching 

Gee Robt ranching 

Hamilton C R ranching 

Hayes Henry ranching 

Meagher W J summer resident 

Mills E P mixed farming 

Oakes Wm H ranching 

Patterson J mixed farming and JP 

Prow-se Wm E farming 

Robertson H W summer resident 

Toye J mixed farming 

CRESCENT BEACH 

a summer resort on Boundary Bay 
V4 mile from Crescent, on the G. N. 
Ry., in Delta Provincial Electoral 
District. Post office is open durinp: 
summer, while Crescent post office 
is more generairy used. 

Crescent Inlet, on the east coast of 
Moresby Island, Queen Charlottes. 

Crescent Island, 2 miles long, in 
the Fraser River, 24 miles east of 
New Westminster. 

Crescent Lake, IVz niiles long, in 
the centre of the Rupert District, 
\ancouver Island. 27 miles south of 
Alert Bay post office. 

'"rescent Lake, % mile long, in 

yward District, Vancouver Island, 
mile west of Mohun Lake. 

Crescent Point, on the southeast of 
Limestone Island. 

Crescent Slough, on the south side 
of the delta of the Fraser River, 9 
miles southwest of Neew Westmin- 
ster. 



CRESCENT VALLEY 

a post office and flag station on the 
C. P. R. Nelson-Slocan-Rosenberry 
line, two miles north of Slocan Junc- 
tion, and 14\i miles northwest of 
Nelson, on the Slocan River, in Trail 
Provincial Electoral District. Local 
resources: Farming, lumbering and 
fruit-growing. Land values average 
from $50 unimproved to $500 for 
improved. Has B. C. Telephone of- 
fice, R. C. mission and public school. 
A Doukhobor settlement 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 
Fortescue E farming 
Gallant W J ranching 
Gardiner C E ranching 
Hassard Robt farming 
Kayloff H ranching 
Kosiancic dairy farming 
Landis H B farming 
Langill Allison farming 
Larson A ranching 
Negus T N ranching 
Renwick J & Son Ibr mfrs 
Sjonian E ranching 
Smart E ranching 
Smith Wm E farming 
Snow J ranching 
Stice J W farming 
Winstanley W^m dairy farming 

CRESTON 

a post office and town, centre of 
extensive dairying, fruit-growing 
and lumbering district in the West 
Kootenay Valley, adjoining the in- 
ternational boundary, in Kaslo Pro- 
vincial Electoral District and Koot- 
enay Land Registry District (Nel- 
son), midway between Nelson and 
Cranbrook on the C. P. R. Crow's 
Nest line. Has good auto roads, 
C. P. R. telegraph, B. C. and Dom. 
Govt. long distance telephones; 
office of Prov. Police Constable; 
Sub-recorder Nelson Mining Divi- 
sion, public school, Anglican, Metho- 
dist, Presbyterian and R. C. churches. 
Local resources: Mixed farming, the 
district being specially m.ui)i i - 

the growing of all varieties of fruit, 
including strawberries and other 
small fruits, plums, peaches, pears 
and apples, also tomatoes, potatoes 
and vegetables, dairying, and lumber- 
ing. Population, 700; district, 1,400. 

Adlard Jas fruit-growing 
Allen C W mgr Imp Bank of Can 
Anderson Axel fruit-growing 
Andrew Kellington fruit-growing 
Arrowsmith John fruit growing 
Ash Fred fi»iit-growing 
Asher Wm G photogr and dry clean- 
ing 
Auldin James farming 
Barraclough John meats 
Barrowclough W poultry- raising 
Barrigan Thos tinsmith 
Beatty-Oatway Co Ltd H K Oatwav 

mgr drugs 
Bemus H sec GWVA and farming 
Beninger M I prop Commercial Hotel 
Bennett C G mgr Can Bank of Can 
Benny Edw farming 
Benny Geo fruit-growing 




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Bevan R S prop Creston Auto and 

Supply 
Bird Gladys waitress Creston Hotel 
Blinco John bees and fruit 
Board of Trade R F Bevan pres 
Boffey Percy fruit-growing 
Botterill Ed fruit-growing 
Boyd M J contr 

Brousson John prin High School 
Brown W K retired 
Bunce Prank elk Creston Hotel 
Burns P & Co Ijtd Geo Johnson mgr 

meat mkt 
Campbell Henry farming 
Canadian Bank of Commerce C G 

Bennett mgr 
Canadian Pacific Ry A R Swanson 

agt 
Canyon City Lumber Co Ltd C O 

Rodgers mgr 
Cardinal Elzar farming 
Carr Alice opr Creston P L & T Co 
Carr Victor mixed farming and sec 

Alice Siding school board 
Cartwright Geo fruit-farming 
Chambers Robt mixed farming 
Cherrington Jas elk Creston Merc 

Co 
Christie Herb G meat ctr P Burns 

& Co Ltd 
Churchill Michel fruit-growing 
Coates Joseph farming 
Collis A A J fruit-growing 

COMMBBCIAI^ HOTBI^ 

M J Beninger, Proprietor 

Compton Jas mixed farming 
Constable Guy real estate insurance 

and sec Creston Valley Stock- 
breeders' Assn 
Cook Jas fruit-growing 
Coppen E H blacksmith 
Cooper Ashley C B mech Creston 

Service Garage 
Couling A N dairy farming 
Cousins J farming 
Craigie Minto fruit-growing 
Crawford W H sec-treas Creston 

Merc Co Ltd and PM 
Creston Auto & Supply R S Bevan 

prop 
Creston Bakery A B Norris prop 
Creston Board of Trade C G Bennett 

see 
Creston Dist Women's Inst Mrs J C 

Hamilton sec 
Creston Farmers' Inst J A Lidgate 

sec 
Cre.ston Fruit Growers' Union Ltd 

P E Loveday mgr 

CRBSTON HOTBI^ 

E H SmaU, Proprietor 

Creston Mercantile Co Ltd W H 
Crawford sec-treas general store 

Creston Power & Telephone Co Ltd 
T J Crawford pres 

CRESTON REVIEW 
C. P. Kayes, Publisher 
and Editor (Every Priday). 

Creston Service Garage Lidgate Bros 

props • 

Creston "N'alley Stockbreeder's Assn 

Guy Constable sec 
Croifi]5ton JAP stipend magistrate 
Crosf-waile H fruit-ranching 
Dnviri .t fruit-growing 
I>lng J S laundry 
Docd H<rbort fruit-growing 
Dominion Lond Settlement Boari P 

Sinclair Smith appraiser 
Dt w John fruit-growing 
Doyle Augusta bkpr Staples Fruit 

Co 
Duperry Alex fruit-growing 



Edmondston T M ranching 

Embree Wm B auto garage 

Foote P W fruit growing 

French A E barber billiards cigars 

Foster Wm section man CPH 

French Chas farming 

Fyfe C D elk Bank of Com 

Graham Charles B barrister 

Gibbs E C asst PM 

Goats Mountain Waterworks Ltd 

Maj E Rallandaine mgr 
Gobritt Wm fruit growing 
Grand Theatre F C Rodgers mgr 
Granlin V'R elk Bank of Com 
G W V A, H Bemus sec 
Hare C H bkpr Canyon City Lbr Co 
Hayden John mixed farming 
Hayes C F of Creston Review 
Heath Alice teller Can Bank of Com 
Henderson G B phys Prov Med Off 
Henderson Saml drayman and wood 

dlr 
Hendron A D of Watson & Hendron 
Hendron Geo contractor and builder 
Hendy Geo fruit-growing 
Hilton W H fruit-growing 
Hobden Geo fruit-growing 
Hobden Mrs John fruit-growing 
Hockley Robt mixed farming 
Holmes Edw fruit-growing 
Hood Geo cattle ranching 
Hood Richard fruit-growing J 

Hopwood Mrs Ruth opr Creston 1 

P L & T Co , 

Hurry Fred farming 
Huscroft J dairy farming 
Huscroft J H cattle-raising 

IMPERIAIi BANK OP CANADA 
C. W. Allen Managrer 

Imperial Oil Ltd H S McCreath agt 
Jackson F W mixed farming 
Jackson W B prop Mountain View 

Dairy 
Jackson Walter V fruit-growing 
James Rev J A Presbyterian minister 
Jefferson A E bee-keeping 
Johnson Geo mgr P Burns & Co Ltd 
Johnson Lyda bkpr P Burns & Co Ld 
Johnston James contractor 
Joy John shoemaker 
Kimberley G C elk Imp Bank 
Knox Rev Geo Methodist minister 
Lamont R real estate insurance 
Laurie W J asst agt CPR 
Leany Felix farming 
Learmouth David fruit-growing 
Lidgate Bros (J A and F R) props 

Creston Service Garage 
Lidgate J A sec Creston Ffirmers' 

Institute dept mgr Creston Fruit- 
Growers' Union Ltd 
Lockhead James opr Grand Theatre 
Long W J elk Imp Bank 
Loveday F E mgr Creston Fruit 

Growers' Union 
Lyne Henry fruit-growing 
Lytle P W jeweler 
McAlpine J fruit-growing 
McAlpine W sec United Farmers of 

B C 
McCarthy Michael fruit-growing 
McCreath H S transfer and agt Imp 

Oil Ltd 
McCreight Ben ranching 
McKelvie Estelle printer Creston 

Review 
McLaren H prov constable 
McLeod R elk S A Speers 
McMutrie Wm fruit-growing 
Mallandaine Major E pres Goat 

Mountain Waterworks Ltd 
Manuel A groceries etc 
Mather Reed cattle and fruit 
Marentelte Peter barber 



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MAWSON BROS. 

Oroc«rles, Dry Goods, Men's Fur- 
BlsMngrs, Crockery, Hardware, 
Bmnswlck Fhonogrraphs, Sporting^ 
Goods, Fisliingr Tackle a Specialty. 

Mawson Geo of Mawson Bros 
Mawson Leonard elk Mawson Pool 

Hall 
Mawson Pool Hall X Mawson prop 
Mawson Thos fruit-growing 
Maw^son Victor of Mawson Bros 
Maxwell Jas mixed farming 
Mead Geo fruit-growing 
Mead Mrs L fruit-growing 
Mill Fredk janitor Bank of Com 
Mirabelli A shoemaker second-hand 

furniture 
Moor Chas fruit-growing and B C 

surveyor 
Moore J J mixed farming 
Moore Kathleen sch tchr 
Morrow Wm blacksmith 
Mountain View Dairy W B Jackson 

prop 
Nelson Alfd meats 
Nelson R S elk S A Speers 
Norris A B prop Creston Bakery 
Oatway H K mgr Beatty-Oatway 

Drug Co 
Olsen C fruit-growing 
Olsen Eric fruit-growing 
Pacific Restaurant Jan King prop 
Parkin J fruit-growing 
Peirce J barber 
Penson E A fruit-growing 
Pierce F B fruit-growing 
Provincial Police H M Laren 
Putnam Frank fruit-growing 
Quist C O fruit-growing 
Rodgers Floyd C mgr Grand Theatre 
Rogers C O met Canyon City Lbr Co 
Rose Frank real estate 
Rose & Timmons real estate 
Rowberry A H supt Prov Soldiers' 

Settlement 
Seyjiious Gto f.ifRimg 
Sixsmith Thrs barber and pool room 
Small Eneas H nop Creston Hotel 
,"«<nitn A E corporal in charge 

RCMP 
Smith D K fruit-growing 
Smith Fenton farming 
Smith G P sch prin 
Smith Hugh farming 
Smith J fruit-growing 
Smith R Sinclair appraiser Dominion 

Land Settlement Boa^d 
Smith Richd fruit-growing 
Smith Ronald fruit-growing 
• Speers S A gen store 
I Spencer A acct Creston Fruit Growers 

Spratt John fruit-grower 

Staples Fruit Co Ltd P B Staples 
mgr 

Staples R B mgr Staples Fruit Co 

Staples F V mixed farming 

Stark Robt fruit-growing 

Stark W P fruit-growing 

Stinson P fruit-farming 

Sutcliffe C cattle-raising 

Swanson A R agt CPR 

Thomas E W elk Can Bank of Com 

Thompson Geo farming 

Thurston Richard fruit-growing 

Timmons D S bees and fruit 

Toby Lee Co laundry 

Tompkins F dairy farming 

Trevelyan T poultry-raising 

Truscott Percy fruit-growing 

Truscott Wm fruit-growing 

Turner F B fruit-growing 

Twift C B fruit-growing 

Twlft C B dist field insp B C Agrl 
Dept 

United Farmers of B C W McAlpine 
sec 



Uran C constable RCMP 

Varley Rev Harold Anglican clergy- 
man 

Walmsley R real estate 

Watson Percy of ^Vatson & Hendron 

Watson Stanley transfer 

Walscn & Hendron contrs 

Web'C' Mrs J cook Crestt n Hotel 

Weir Dolph driver H S McCreath 

Weston Duncan drayman 

Willson Wm G farming 

Wilson Ardsey tmstr H S McCreath 

Wilson Nettie elk Beattie-Oatway Co 

Winch Mortimer contr 

Wood Eric mech Creston Auto & 
Supply 

Wood Gladys elk Creston Bakery 

Wood James elk Creston Merc Co 

Creyke Point, in Becher Bay, on 
the south of Vancouver Island. 

Crib Island, 1 mile long, 3% miles 
south of Broughton Island. 

Cridge Pass, between Farrant Is- 
land and Fin Island, Skeena District. 

CRISS CREEK 

a post office and ranching settlement 
45 miles northwest of Kamloops, in 
Lillooet Provincial Electoral District, 
reached by wagon road. Nearest 
railway point is Savona, on C. P. R., 
35 miles north, at which point con- 
nection with the C. N. R. can be 
made. Has public school. Popula- 
tion, 83. Is 3,000 feet above sea level. 
Excellent summer grazing, ample 
rainfall, good water, timber, choco- 
late loam soil, good hunting and fish- 
ing. 

Alexander A stock raising dairying 
Baxter J ranching 
Bigelow C A stock-raising dairying 
Bigelow J A stock raising dairying 
Buckle J blacksmith and mixed frm 
Buckley Wm stock raising dairying 
Connolly J stock raising dairying 
Delley Inglis H ranching 
Dexheimer F stock-raising dairying 
Dillon J J stock-raising 
Edniark T stock-raising dairying 
I'Yy Wm E farming 
Haverson Wm stock-raising dairying 
Heller Frank stock-raising dairying 
Heller J stock-raising dairying 
Heller P stock-raising dairying 
Hobbs E stock-raising dairying 
Holland George stock-raising dairyg 
Johnson T stock-raising 
Johnson Wm stock dairy 
Johnston Alex stock-raising 
Johnston J A stock-raising 
London Wm stock-raising dairying 
McBride R dairy farming stock- 
raising 
Massey G cattle-raising 
Page Sidney J dairy-farming stock 
Perrault Francis A laborer 
Pleas A B stock-raising dairying 
Pleas Rupert stock-raising dairying 
Sambrook. Wesley farming 
Shemilt G R see-treas Criss Creek 

Local United Farmers of B C 
Stevenett Wm i-anching 
Stryker F stock-raising dairying 
Sylvester Amasa stock-raising dryg 
Sylvester Wm stock-raising dairying 
Taylor C stock-raising dairying 
Taylor W stock-raising dairying 
Turner J E stock-raising dairy 
farming and sec school board 
United Farmers of B C Criss Creek 

Local G J Shemilt see-treas 
Uren Wm W ranching 



T. N. 

Hibben 
& Son 

Commercial 
and Society 

Stationers 

View Books 

Book* 

Maps 

School 

Supplies 

Office 
Supplies 

Remington 
Typewriters 

Burroughs 

Adding 
Machines 

1417 
Douglas 

Victoria 



Phone Sey. 3557 

HOLT 



& Co. Ltd. 

Exclusive 

Furriers 

Taxidermists 

and dealers in 

Raw Furs 

Furs 

Remodelled 

and Repaired 

in the Latest 

Styles 

637 GrmnTille 

Vancouver 
B. c. 



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Johnson, 
Walton 

& CO. 



Shipping 

and 
Marine 

Insurance 

Agents 

Towing 

Contractors 

I.ONG 
DISTANCE 
TOWING A 
SFECIAIiTY 

Brokers 

for the Sale, 

Purchase 

and 

Charter 

of Ships 

850 Hastings 
W. 

Vancouver, 
B. c. 



Thirsty ? 

Drink 
Thorpe's 

HIGH 

OKASi: 

QXTAIiITISS 

OP 

Soda Water 

Ginger Ale 

Cream Soda 

Lemonade 

Strawberry 

Raspberry 

Cherry 

Orange 

Root Beer 

Sarsaparilla 

Sold in 
Assorted Cases 

Vancouver 

Victoria 

Nelson 



Wellington F Justice of Peace 
Wellington Glen A stock-raising 
Wilson Jas farming 
Wilson P E stock-raising dairying 
Winter A F stock-raising and PM 

Criss Creek, 15 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Deadman's River, Savona. 

Croft Creek, 4 miles long, runs in- 
to south side of Cowichan Lake, Van- 
couver Island. 

CROFTON 

a post office and village on Vancou- 
ver Island, in Cowichan Provincial 
Electoral District, reached by C. P. 
R. Victoria-Ganges Harbour route 
steamers each Friday, and stage 
daily. Nearest railway point is West- 
holme, on E. & N. Ry., and nearest 
C. P. R. Telegraph point is Duncan. 
Has public school, Anglican Church 
and telephone office. Shipping point 
for logs from Cowichan LSke, a 
branch line of the E. & X. Ry. run- 
ning from tl!£.t point to tidewater 
here. Resources: Farming, fishing, 
loggng. Population, 150. 
Andrew Alfred logger 
Barr.es I.ieut-Col G E retired 
Carter Henry V lighthouse kee.)or 
Charter H i mixed farming 
Crocker Ja.s laborer 
Croftou ^[c'tor Boat & Repair W'.iv 
De\itt .lor- farming and livery 
Dunne C \^ mixed farming 
L)\Le Wm gen store and PM 
Ehnoii<' Bt-rtle W logger 
Foot Clarence laborer 
Foster L. P electrical engineer 
Gable Oliver logger 
Hawkins E C poultry farming 
Ilaycroft Frank farming 
Hydo-F.rrker J B electrical enginoL^r 
Lathrop Wm B contractor 
Lilley G W mixed farming 
Li-ley Herbert A truck gardener 
Lloyd F C mixed farming 
McBeath Geo poultry raising 
MacGregor logger 
Marpole Mrs A T mixed farming 
Melville Alex A logger 
Middleton Frank M truck driver 
Mitchell Wm laborer 
Netzer Otto poultry-raising 
Newton Miss sch tchr 
Ouelette Hector boom-man 
Oulette Wilfred L logger 
Parker John B'engineer 
Pearce Jos T hotel 
Sinnnonds H N laborer 
Syme Henry O laborer 
-Syme Robt blacksmith 
Talbot Lewis farm laborer 
Winch Percy K contractor 
Welsh P logger 

Croker Island, an island near the 
north end of the north arm of Bur- 
rard Inlet, about 1 mile in length. 

Crooked River, 45 miles long, runs 
into south end of McLeod Lake, Cari- 
boo District. 

Crooked River, 6 miles long, and 
lake, tributaries of south fork of 
Horsefly River. 

Cross Lake, see Trembleur Lake. 

Cross River, 25 miles long, flows 
from White Man's Pass into Kootenay 
River 16 miles northeast of Wilmer. 

CROWDERS 

a Dominion Government Telegraph 
office in Kamloops Provincial Elec- 
to-al District, 18 miles south of Mer- 



ritt, the business centre, and 4 north 
of Aspe-a Grove, the post office. Has 
school Local resources: Lumber, 
stock-raising, coal, iron and copper- 
Ant"stadt Wm mining 
Batstore Geo rancher 
Chorless Will ranching 
Crowdcrs F W agt Dom Govt Tel 

and rancliing 
Davis A ranching 
Duke of Portland Ranch, De Cell & 

Peters mgrs 
Fronk and Perry ranching 
Gilchrist Fred 
Gladwin Gilbert mining 
Ho 11 Harvey rancher 
Hill r. ranclier 
Lov.e E ]• n ininj: 
McFal! Alex raviching 
Mar.shrtli T ra:icher 
Menyics Frert saw mill 
Nfcidon Nels ranching 
Newman I rancher 
Ongslad Tom JP 
Roberts A minirg 
Roseberry A ranching 
.SrtMih H H m iiir.g 
Thompson M sheep-raising 
Tilby A rancher 
Tillery A ranching 
Walker Fred ranching 

Crown Lake, 22 miles northwest ol 
Ashcroft. 

Crown Mountain, 6,082 feet higj 
in the northwest of the Comox Dis 
trict, Vancouver Island. 

Crown Mountain, 4,708 feet higl 
9 miles north from North Vancouvei( 

CROWN POINT 

a station on the C. P. R. Nelsor 
Rosf-land branch, 5 miles east 
Rossland, the nearest post office il 
Trail Provincial Electoral Dibtric 
No agent or local residents. 

CROW'S NEST 

a post office and village at summ| 
of Crow's Nest Pass, altitude 4,4r 
feet, in Frrnie Provincial Electors 
District, on the C.P.R. Crow's NesI 
line. Has C. P. R. Telegraph anf 
Telephone. Presbyterian Church ar 
public school. . Population, 100. Lc 
cal resources: Lumbering, coal mill 
ing, fs/ung, hunting, boating. 
Armstronr: las consulting eng 

pres S & A Ry Co 
Boocock Wm carp insp CPR 
Broadhurst J A yard foreman CPR 
Btov.n !l checker CPR 
CPR I>oardJr,g House Jessie Mc- 

Kinnon manageress 
Chin Parks restaurant 
Coan Luigi hostler CPR 
Crow's Nest Weighing Bureau E 

Sparham rep 
Emory David switchman CPR 
Flood P dispensary Hotel Lessee 
Freeman J T opr CPR 
Galloway A J foreman Summit Lime 

Works 
Hanks Wm livery barn 
Hazel E G lime works 
Hyatt G E foreman S & A Ry Co 
Johnson A J school teacher 
Joyce Jas mgr Rock Creek Lbr Co 
Joyce Lome bocfkkeeper 
Kerry F switchman CPR 
Leonard C section hand CPR 
Lewis D hotel 

McCool Jas prop Summit Hotel 
McKinnon Jessie mgr CPR big house 
Macor Gildo hostler CPR 



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: ,h Lock laundry 

nnie G E agent CPR 

Her Jas ice contractor 

atrina A section hand CPR 

che Thos trapper guide 

ok Creeii Lbr Co Jas Joyce mgr- 

zzuti Al lumbering 

A: A Ry Co Jas Armstrong pres 

o Philip emp CPR 

nple John mgr S & A Ry Co 

tylor tl A loco foreman CPR 

erdon D lumberjack 

ith Geo emp CPR 

irham Ernest H gen store P M 
rep Crow's Xest Weigh Bureau 
"ong John lumbering 

mmit Hotel Jas McCool prop 
> ummit Lime & Cooperage Works 
Turner Wm E car foreman CPR 
^Vade W tel opr CPR 
Yager J A tel opr CPR 

Crowston Creek, 3 miles long, runs 
from Crowston Lake into Seehelt In- 
Irt 35 miles northwest of Vancouver. 

Crowston Lake, 35 miles northwest 
: Vancouver. P. O. Seehelt. 

CROYDON STATION 

a post office and station on the G. T. 
T\ Ry., 26 miles east of McBride, in 

rt George Provincial Electoral 

strict, and 13 west of Tete Jaune 

che. Has G. T. P. telegraph. Lum- 

ring. Population 100. 
. ine Gerald J O settler 
< ieofoes Michael teamster 
Croydon Lumber Co Ltd sawmill 
Oriffith Earl H logging 

ngeon Archie logging 
Galium Humphrey sawyer 
cDonald Duncan H lumberman 
McDougall Alexander mill owner and 

PM 
^rpDougall John A lumberman 
' Kenzie Lochlin millwright 

ce Wm J accountant 
...gers Albert R logging 
.-^pence Chas teamster 
Thrasher Fred G mill foreman 

Cruice Rock, in Malacca Passage, 
16 miles south of Prince Rupert. 
Cruickshank River, 15 miles long. 



runs into southeast of Comox Lake, 
Vancouver Island. 

Crj-stal Creek, 5 miles long, a 
tributary of south fork of Spillima- 
cheen River. 

Cub Island, in Masset Inlet, Queen 
Charlotte Islands. 

CUICHEON COVE 

on Salt Spring Island, near Ganges, 
on the Gulf Island Route, from Van- 
couver and Victoria. 

Cullen Harbour, on the south of 
Broughton Island. 

Cullins Creek, 6 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Beaver Creek, West Kootenay. 

Culloden Point, in Jervis Inlet, op- 
posite north of Xelson Island. 

Cultus Creek. 20 miles long, runs 
into Kootenay Lake 7 miles north of 
Kootenay Landing. 

CULTUS LAKE 

a timber berth on Cultus Lake 
which is 21^ miles long, 7 miles from 
Sardis and 9 south of Chilliwack, in 
Chilliwack Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, reached by good auto road. 
Nearest telegraph office is at Vedder 
Crossing, 2*4 miles. Many campers 
here in summer months. Local re- 
sources: Timber and fish hatchery. 
Address mail Lindell post office, via 
Sardis. 

New Westminster Mills Co 
Xorth Pacific Lumber Co timber 
Stanton W R watchman 

CULTUS LAKE RANCH 

in Deadman Creek Valley, 20 miles 
from Savona on the C. P. R., in 
Kamloops Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. There are few white families 
in the valley, there being the Dead- 
man Indian Reserve midway between 
Savona and Cultus Lake ranch. Ad- 
dress mail via Savona post office. 
Walkes C B rancher 

Cultus Sound, on the west of Hun- 
ter Island. 



Cumberland 



the home of the famous Comox steam 
coal. The largest centre of popula- 
tion on Vancouver Island, north of 
Xanafmo, is the chief centre of pro- 
duction for the Canadian Collieries 
(Dunsmuir) Ltd., the largest coal 
operators on Vancouver Island, the 
Cumberland mines having an output 
of 55,000 tons per month. The city 
is situated in Comox Provincial Elec- 
toral Di-strict, in the foothills of the 
Beauford Mountains on Comox Lake, 
and connects with Union Bay, which 
is 12 miles southeast, the shipping 
point for Canadian Collieries (Duns- 
muir) Ltd., and also with the E. & 
X. Ry., at Royston, four miles east, 
by Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir) 
Ltd.. Ry. Comox Lake is one of the 
beauty spots of the Island, and af- 
fords excellent fishing and boating, 
and is the supply reservoir for the 
Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir) Ltd., 
hydro-electric plant. The scenerv on 
this lake is superb, and all tourists 
should arrange to spend a half day 
viewing the varied scenery of this 



beautiful lake. The city is reached 
by an excellent automobile road con- 
necting with the Island Highway 
from Courtenay, 6 miles distant, and 
from Royston, 4 miles distant, has 
electric light, water supply, local 
and long distance telephone and tele- 
graph connections, customs and post 
office, public school (ten teachers), 
high school (two teachers). Provin- 
cial Government Assessor's and Col- 
lector's office for Comox District, 
County Court office, four churches 
and two banks. The general stores 
compare with those of largest cen- 
tres, and carry complete stocks of 
groceries, dry goods and general mer- 
chandise; three auto repair shops, 
carrying necessary supplies; two 
bake shops; Islander Publishing Co., 
and ample hotel accommodation; 
large, commodious theatre, and dance 
hall. Large areas of good agricul- 
tui^l land are being opened up by 
Government roads within easy reach 
of Cumberland, the produce from 
which will find a ready market in 



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For Rates, etc, 

write, call or 

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D. C 

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High-grade 

Gtbinetmaking 

Upholstering 

and French 

Polishing 

"Buy Direct 
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Estimates 

Furnished on 

all Classes of 

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Phone 
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Showrooms: 
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Works: 
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Modern Office 
Supply Co. Ltd. 

DESKS 

Chairs 

Tables 

Bookcases 

FILING 
CABINETS 

AND 
SUPPLIES 

Non-Shine 

Felt Chair Pads 

(They save the 

clothes) 

Modem 
Furniture 

for the 

Modem 
Office 

163 Pender St. 
West 

Vancouver 

B.C. 



L 



B.C. Barber 

Supply and 

Sundries 

Ltd. 

Barbers* 
Supplies 
Barbers* 

Furniture 
Electric 

Vibrators 

Violet Ray 
Machines 

Distributors 

Harris H&ir 
Tonic 

Wholesale 
and Retail 

64 Hastings St. 
West 

Vancouver 

B.C. 



the city. The population of Cum- 
berland and immemdiate vicinity is 
about 3,000, and the monthly payroll 
is approximately $200,000 per month. 
The general hospital is equipped with 
latest approved X-ray and has staff 
of matron, four nurses and two ex- 
perienced doctors. The chief indus- 
try is mining, also farming and lum- 
bering — Royston Lumber Co. Splen- 
did camping and bathing beach at 
Royston, and all kinds of game and 
fishing in season. 

Mayor — D. R. McDonald. 

Board of Trade — J. Walton, sec. 

Chief of Fire Dept. — T. E. Banks. 

Chief of Police — C. J. Bunbury. 

City Clerk — Thomas Mordy. 

City Health Officer — D. E. R. 
Hicks. 

County Court Registrar — J. Baird. 

Dom. Customs — Jas. McCulloch. 

Dom. Govt. Tel. — John Robertson. 

Government Agent — J. Baird. 

Postmaster — J. W. Cooke. 

Prov. Assessor — A. Aitken. 

Prov. Collector — J. Baird. 

Prov. District Police Magistrate — 
J. Baird. 

Govt. Liquor Vendor — R. Thomson 

American Consular Agent — G. W. 
Clinton. 

Abbott Hannah agt B C Tel Co 

Abe K & Co gen store 

Abrams Robert engineer "W C Ry 

Aitken A prov assessor 

American Consul Agent G W Clinton 

Antipas Jerry C prop Royal Candy 

Co 
Apps Geo E school teacher 
Aspesi Joseph prop Eagle Hotel 
Azuma & Co general store 
B & B Grocery Burns & Brown props 

groceries hdwe and crockery 
Baird Aileen bkpr Campbell Bros 
Baird Jas city teamster 
Baird John govt agt prov and collr 

county court coroner and district 

police magistrate 
Baker Jessie waitress Union Hotel 
Balagno Josephine B ledger Royal 

Bank 
Balotti Nora M nurse Cumberland 

General Hospital 
Banks Clive undertaker's apr T E 

Banks 
Banks Thos E undertaker embalmer 

picture framer 
Bannerman Margaret S school tchr 
Bannerman Thos alderman mining 
Barker Frank farming 
Barton George prop Barton's Photo 

Studio 
Barton's Photo Studio Geo Barton 

prop 
Bateman Irene comp The Islander 
Bayly E V farming 
Bayly H G farming 
Bayly H V farming 
Beckwith Marjorie school tchr 
Bell J T elk Campbell Bros 
Berglund J B diamond drill frmn 
Biancki Luis emp King George Hotel 
Bickle Edith clerk 

Bickle Edw W publisher The Is- 
lander financial and ins broker 
Bickle Olive clerk 
Bird Olive elk J Halliday 
Board of Trade J Walton sec 
BolTey Dorothy waitress Cumber- 
land Hotel 
Bolton John watchman 
Bolus W constable R C M Police 
Bonora Victor prop King George 

Hotel 



B C Telephone Co Hannah Abbott j 
agent 

Broughton D farming 

Brown Annie opr B C Tel Co 

Brown A A farming 

Brown Jas T confectionery 

Brown J L coal insptr 

Brown Mary matron Cumberland 
General Hospital 

Brown Matthew of B & B Grocery] 

Brown Matthew M caretkr P O bldg| 

Brown R mine mgr 

Brown W farming 

Bunbury C J city chief of police 

Burbridge C E principal public sch| 

Burns Geo delivery B & B Grocery^ 

Burns Jas of B & B Grocery 

Callan E J farming 

Cameron J H prop Cumberland Mo- 
tor Works 

Campbell Alex of Campbell Bros 

CAMPBEIiI^ BBOS. 

(A. and W.)- General Store, Dry 
Goods, Men's Furnishings, Boots 
and Shoes, Groceries, Hardware, 
Furniture. 

Campbell C painter and decorator 
Campbell D meat market 
Campbell Viola elk R E Frost 
Campbell Wm of Campbell Bros 
Canadian Bank of Commerce J 

Grainger mgr 
Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir) Ltd 

Thos Graham gen supt 
Carey Lena clerk 
Carter Edw farming 
Carter Frank farming 
Cavin Gordon boots and shoes 
Challender E E engineer W C Ry 
Charlie Sing Chong general store 
Charlie Sing Kee Chinese mdse 
Chief Fire Dept Chas J Parnham 
Chief of Police C J Bunbury 
Chow Lee Co general store 
Christie R P dentist 
City Clerk Thomas Mordy 
City Health Officer Dr E R Hicks 
City Meat Market W P Symons prop 
Clarke W A clerk Campbell Bros 
Clinton Geo W mgr electric light and 

waterworks plants 
Coleman Mary E school teacher 
CoUings Ernest delivery Campbell 

Bros 
Conti Thos of Cumberland Pool Hall 
Cope Corpl W H in charge RCMP 
Cooke J W postmaster 
County Court Registrar John Baird 
Court Fred farming 
Cumberland Cleaning & Pressing R 

B Howard prop 

CTnyrBBRx;ANi> z:i.z:ctbic i;ight- 

ING CO., I.TD. 
G. "W. Clinton, Manag'lng' Director. 
Cumberland General Hospital Mary 
Brown matron 

CinaBXIBIiAND HOTBX; 

'Wm. Merryfield, Prop. 

Cumberland Literary & Athletic Assn 
J W Tremlett sec 

Cumberland Lodge No 26 A F & A M 
G R B C meets 4th Thurs Ben H 
Gowen sec 

Cumberland Motor Works J H Cam- 
eron prop 

Cumberland Pool Hall James Eng- 
lish and Thos Conti 

Cumberland Tailors D Nakamoda 
prop 

Cumberland Transfer Co John Resio 

Cumberland Union Waterworks Co 
Ltd G W Clinton mgr dir 

Dalby Frank exp agt W C Ry 

Dalby F J storekeeper 

Dalby Val A clerk 



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Dallos Frank prop Waverley Hotel 

Dallos Fredk V elk Waverley Hotel 

Dallos Joseph P elk Waverley Hotel 

Dalton Chas elk Cumberland Hotel 

Dalton Clara B asst prin high sehool 

Damonte Joe transfer 

Damonte Jos prop Hotel Vendome 

Dando Blanche stenographer 

Dando Gladys tel opr 

Davis Samuel fireman W C Ry 

Davis Saml boot and shoe maker 

Davis W farming 

De Coeur Camille miner 

De Coeur Mrs Priscilla diningroom 

Cumberland Hotel 
Diek James paymaster 
Dilman F X farming 
Dominion Express Co F J Dalby agt 
Dom Govt Tel John Robertson agt 
Douglas Wm hay grain and feed 
Ducca J farming 
Dunbar Alex Prov Constable 
Eagle Hotel Jos A Aspesi prop 
Eccleston T farming 
Eclipse Barber Shop R Spittall 
English James mgr Cumberland Pool 

Hall 
Evans Albert barber 
Fletcher J A farming 
Foo Yuen Chinese merchant 

Foster J farming 

Fouracre A J sec GWVA 
Fouracre Madge elk R G Lauer 
Eraser J A cigars candy and barber- 
shop 

Frost Ralph E drugs and staty 
Fyvie Robert tailor 
Gibson Alfred section foreman W 

C Ry 
Gibson Andrew cond W C Ry 
Gilchrist Jean nurse Cumberland Gen 

Hospital 

Glenn Chas meat cutter D Campbell 
•Gordon W general store 
Government Liquor Store Robert 

Thomson vendor 
Graham Charles dist supt 
Graham Colville chainman 
Graham Ethel opr B C Tel Co 
Graham Janet stenographer 
Graham Thos gen supt 
Graham Thomas gen supt Canadian 

Collieries Ltd & Wellington Col- 

leries Ry 

Grainger J mgr Bank of Commerce 
Grant Chas H elk prov govt office 
Gray Alex farming 
Gray Catherine bkpr City Meat Mkt 
Gray Christina elk 
G W V A, A J Fouracre sec 
Greig E J elk 
Halliday Jas bakery 
Halliday John clerk Jas Halliday 
Harling D of Harling & Ledingham 

' HABZiING & I.EDIN6HAM 

Auto Garage, Repairs, Gas and 
Battery Station, Pord Parts and 
XacMne Shop. 

Harrigan W farming 

Harrison Hannah sehool teacher 

HASBISOK, P. P. 

Barrister and Solicitor. 

Haughan Xancy nurse Cumb General 
Hosp 

Haworth James of Ho Tlo Theatre 

Henderson Wm confectionery and ice 
cream 

Henderson W conductor W C Ry 

Henslow Patrick E farming 

Hewlett Howe farming 

Tiicks Elbert R phys and surgeon 

Hicks E R phys & city health officer 
, Hicks R H constable RCMP 
I Hood Rev Jas Presbyterian minstr 

Horwood Elsie elk Campbell Bros 



Horwood Fred farming 

Horwood Grace bkpr D Campbell 

Hough J F printer The Islander 

Howard R B prop Cumberland Clean- 
ing and Pressing 

Hudson Walter slsmn 

Hudsdon Walter mach Cumberland 
Motor Works 

Hutchinson Wm delivery City Meat 
Market 

Hutton W' farming 

Ibbitson A farming 

Ho Ho Theatre James Haworth prop 

XSIiANSBB, THB 

Bdward W. Bickle, Pnblislier. 
"Weekly, on Saturday. 
Iwassa M groceries dry goods etc 
Jones Bill prop Union Hotel 
Jones J V reptr The Islander 
Joyce A farming 
Kain Sun Low groceries 
Kato K farming 
Key Fong groceries 
Kierstead A R garage and blksmith 
King Mrs Alex candies cigars news 
King George Hotel Victor Bonora 

prop 
King Hilda elk Campbell Bros 
Kinney Rev B Methodist minister 
Kong Shun general store 
Kwong On Jun Co general store 
Lai Fung meat market 
Lai Yuen & Co general store 
Lanigan James opr Ho Ho Theatre 
Larrigan Robt delivery W^ Gordon 
Laver R G dry goods millinery and 

ladies' clothing 
Ledingham John of Harling & Led- 
ingham 
Leighton H dairy farming 
Leversedge Rev W Anglican clergy- 
man 
Lewis Orpha asst PM 
Little Jennie elk W Gordon 
Loekhart David delivery Campbell 

Bros 
Lockner John engineer W C Ry 
Logan D farming 

Loyal Order Moose Cumberland 
Lodge No 1662 Wm Henderson jr 
sec 
Lynn A C engineer 
McCarthy F A mgr Royal Bank 
McCulloeh J A sub collector of Cus- 
toms 
McCulloch R draftsman 
McDonald Chas elk Campbell Bros 
MacDonald D R traf mgr Wellington 

Collieries Ry and Mayor 
McDonald Ernest elk W Gordon 
McFadgyen Ida sehool teacher 
McKenzie Fred elk B & B Grocery 
McKinnon A fur hse furnshs & toys 
Mackintosh C H clerk 
MacLean Donald elk J Sutherland 
Maclean Roderick E teller Can Bank 
of Com 

McLean T D jeweler and stationer 
McLellan Wm janitor schools 
McXaughton Geo K phys and surg 
Marchetti Dominic carpenter 
Maroechi Bros bakers and grocers 
Marocchi John L of Maroechi Bros 
Maroechi Mrs Rose of Maroechi Bros 
Marocchi S of Maroechi Bros 
Marpole J E timekeeper 
Marsden John farming 
Marshall Music Co W G Marshall 
Marshall Richard sec foreman W C 

Ry 

Marshall W G of Marshall Music Co 

Martin Frank surveyor 

Martin F D farming" 

Maruya J farming 

Mason Geo prop Vendome Restr 

Maxwell Alex prop Star Liv Stable 




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Okanagan 

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Meachan A farming 

Merryfield Wm prop Cumberland Htl 

Michell Marjorie bkpr The Islander 

Michell Thos elk 

Miller H farming 

Miller Samuel conductor W C Ry 

Minto Light & Power Co John W 

* Stalker sec-treas 
Monks Stanley chaufE D Campbell 
Monte P boot and shoe repr 
Mordy Thomas city clerk 
Mordy T overman No 6 Mine 
Morgan D farming and sec Minto 

school board 
Morrison \V clerk W Gordon 
Mounce Harry eng W C Ry 
Mumford T H of Mumford & Walton 
Mumford & Walton groceries 
Mussatto C groceries and fruits 
Nakagami Y jewelry dry gds China- 
ware stationery 
Nakamoda D of Cumberland Tailors 
Nakanish K hardware and furniture 
Nakano T general store 
Nord John dumpman No 4 mine 
Nunns A freight agent 
Nuns Alan train dispatcher W C Ry 
O'Brien George safety engineer 
Owen W A construction engineer 
Parkin E farming 
Partridge Frank men's furnishings 
Paul Jean nurse Cumberland General 

Hospital 
Pearse Rachael elk Royal Candy Co 
Pearse T farming 
Picketti Mary bkpr C E L> Co 
Piereey Maisie opr B C Tel Co 
Piercy Andrew farming 
Pierey Matt farming 
Pirodi E pool and confectionery 
Quinn G John mine mgr 
Quong Mee Lung general store 
Redmond J A lineman B C Tel Co 
Resio John prop Cumberland Trans- 
fer Co 
Richards David asst storekpr Can 

Collieries 
Richardson George conductor W C 

Railway 
Richardson Grace school teacher 
Rickson Thomas men's furnishings 

boots and shoes 
Robertson Janet E school teacher 

Robertson John Dom Govt tel opr 

Rose H A geologist 

Royal Bank of Canada F A Mc- 
Carthy mgr 

R C M Police W H Cope corporal 

Royal Candy Co J C Antipas prop 
confectionery and ice cream 

Royston Lumber Co G K Uchiyama 
mgr mfrs lumber 

Ryall Harold H ledger Can Bank of 
Commerce 

St John's Ambulance Assn S Hunt 
sec 

Saunders E L farming 

Scavarda F groceries and provisions 

Scavardo John miner 

Scavardo Louis miner 

Scott T W draftsman 

Shaw Sam farming 

Sheppard Louisa elk Royal Candy Co 

Sherer Geo elk C H Tarbell & Son 

Shibayama R tailor Union Tailors 

Shortt John supt Cumberland Union 
Waterworks Co Ltd mgr Cumber- 
land Electric Lighting Co Ltd 

Skittles J farming 

Slaughter Frank elk City Meat Mkt 

Spence Robt baker Maroechi Bros 

Spittall Robt barber 

Stacey A R supt elec operations 

Stalker John W farming sec-treas 
Minto Light & Power Co 

Stant J farming 

Star Livery Stable A Maxwell prop 



transfer auto livery coal & wood 
Strachan Hugh delivery B & B Groc 
Strachan Robt surveyor 
Stevens H L jeweler and optician 
Stevenson Earl delivery City Meat 

Market 
Stevenson Jessie clerk J Sutherland 
Stevenson J clerk Mumford & Wal- 
ton 
Stewart Matthew driver Mumford 

& Walton 
Stoekand J farming 
Summerville J D brakeman W C Ry 
Sutherland John dry goods & men's 

furnishings 
Symons Wm P of City Meat Market 
Tan Lee laundry 
Tarbell C H & Son C H Tarbell mgr 

hardware 
Tarbell Mary L bkpr Tarbell & Son 
Theros Wm hlpr Royal Candy Co 
Thomson Andrew auto meeh Cana- 
dian Collieries 
Thomson Duncan fire boss Can Col- 
lieries Ltd 
Thomson John alderman and care- 
taker Govt rescue station 
Thomson H farming 
Thomson Robt vendor Government 

Liquor Store 
Topham E farming 
Treen Hector electricians helper C 

B L Co 
Treen Iris opr B C Tel Co 
Tremlett James W sec Cumb Lit & 

Athletic Assn 
Uchiyama G K mgr Royston Lbr Co 
Union Hotel Bill Jones prop 
Union Tailor U Watanabe prop 
Vendome Hotel Jos Damonte prop 
Vendome Restaurant Georg6 Mason 
Waddell Robert farming 
Wah Sang & Co groceries 
Wain Alex farming pres Minto Lt & 

Power Co 
Wain Louis appr Harling & Ledlng- 

ham 
Walker David section foreman W C 

Railway 
Walker W mine manager 
Walton J of Mumford & Walton sec 

Board of Trade 
Watanabe U prop Union Tailor 
Watson Fraser fireman W C Ry 
Watson Grace teller Royal Bank 
Waverley Hotel Frank Dallos prop 
Webster Mrs Millie elk Vendome 

Restaurant 
Webster Robt confectionery 
Wellington Collieries Ry D R Mac- 
Donald traffic mgr 
White Harry fireman W C Ry 
White W C farming 
Wier John J clerk Prov Govt agent 
Wllcock James junior Royal Bank 
Wilcox Winnie nurse Cumberland 

General Hospital 
Willard W harness real estate and 

insurance 
Williams Ed farming 
Williams J S overman 
Williams T E farming 
Williamson Jas farming 
W^illiamson R & Sons farming 
Wilson Dolena steno Prov Govt office 
Wilson Drusilla clerk PO 
Wing Chong & Co general store 
Wing Yick Lung Co general store 
Winningham Albert asst freight elk 

W C Ry 
Wong Why general store 
Wood Chas B high school principal 
Woods Wm engineer W C Ry 
Yan On Tong drugs 
Yee Yuen general store 
Yim Kee groceries and restaurant 
Young Robt farming 



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CUMBERLAND ROAD 

a station on the B. C. E. Ry., Burn- 
aby Lake line, between Vancouver 
and New Westminster. No agent, 
charges must be prepaid. 

Cummins Creek, flows into Colum- 
bia River 20 miles southeast o£ Boat 
Encampment. 

CUMSHEWA 

a logging camp on Cumshewa Inlet, 
on east coast of Moresby Island, 
Queen Charlotte Islands, between 
Pacofi and Sandspit, in Prince Ru- 
pert Provincial Electoral District, 
reached by G. T. P. steamers from 
Prince Rupert. Population 100. 
Lockport is the post office. 
Anderson Chas D master mechanic 
Chisnall Walter boom man 
Dass Walter L captain 
Day Murray boom man 
Fleming Archibald captain 
Johnston Clarence P hand logger 
Kelley Logging Camp Thos A Kelley 

mgr 
Kelley Thos A mgr Kelley Logging 

Camp 
Lewis Henry A log contractor 
MeDougall Richd engineer 
McMillan John A supt Kelley Log- 
ging Camp 
Muir Jas logging contractor 
Preston Frank logging contractor 
Rogers Alex prospector 
Rowland R A cook 
Sampson Roy G hand logger 
South Fremont L asst supt Kelley 
Logging Camp 

Cumshewa Inlet, on the east of 
Moresby Island, Queen Charlottes. 

CUMSHIWAN 

a salmon cannery on Queen Charlotte 
Island, owned by Ocean Packing Co., 
Credit Foncier Bldg., Vancouver. 

Cunning Point, in Dunsany Pass, 2 
miles north of Broughton Island. 

CUNNINGHAM 

a salmon cannery near Post Essing- 
ton. See names under Port Essing- 
ton. 

Cunningham Creek, 14 miles long, 
runs into north of Cariboo Lake, 
Cariboo District. 

Cunningham Island, 13 miles long. 
on the north of Milbank Sound, 3 
miles north of Bella Bella. 

Cunningham Point, at the west of 
Drury Inlet. 

CUPRUM 

junction on C. P. R. Nelson-Midway 
line, "4 mile from Grand Forks, in 
Grand Forks Provincial Electoral 
District. 

CURRIE McWILLIAMS 

a salmon cannery on Westham Island 
on the Eraser River. Ladner is the 
post office. 
Currie McWilliams Cannerv B C 

Packers' Assn owners C "H Trim 

mgr canners gen store 

CURRIES 

a salmon cannery on the Eraser 
River, owned by B. C. Packers' As- 



sociation, 517 Granville Street, Van- 
couver. 

CURZON 

a siding on the C. P. R. Crow's Nest 
line, 2 miles west of Yahk, the post 
office, used for storing excess cars. 

Cusheon Lake, 1 mile long, on 
Salt Spring Island, 3 miles south of 
Ganges. 

Cusson Creek, ^ mile long, runs 
into Mosquito Lake, Arrow Lake Dis- 
trict. 

Cust Point, on the west of Branham 
Island. 

Cypress Bay, on the north of 
Clayoquot Sound, 8 miles north of 
Clayoquot. 

Cypress Creek, 35 miles long, runs 
into Halifax Creek south of Latitude 
57, Longitude 123. 

Cypress Creek, 6 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Upper Pitt River. 

Cypress Harbour, on the east of 
Broughton Island. 

Cypress Lake, 1 mile long, lies 
east of Stave Lake, New Westminster 
District. 

CYPRESS PARK 

an exclusive summer resort on North 
Shore, overlooking English Bay, and 
a station on the P. G. E. Ry., 8 miles 
west of North Vancouver, in North 
Vancouver Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trcit. Dundarave is the post office. 
Summer residents only. 

Dacres Point, at the south of Pr. 
of Wales Reach, Jervis Inlet. 

DAHL & FALK'S LUMBER 
CAMP 

a logging camp on Loughborough In- 
let, reached by Union S. S. Co.'s 
steamers from Vancouver, which 
carry mail. 

Dairy Creek, 4 miles long, runs into 
North Thompson River 11 i.niles 
north of Kamloops. 

DAISY LAKE 

a post office and settlement on Daisy 
Lake, 23 miles north of Squamish, on 
the P. G. E. Ry. This point is the 
entrance to Lake Garibaldi and Black 
Tusk Meadows. Population, 50. Lo- 
cal resources: Logging, mining and 
mixed farming. 
Barclay Wm rancher 
Chance R rancher 
Crane Wm farming 
Flynn Thomas farming 
Garibaldi Lodge Mrs E Nye prop 
Judd Thomas W farming 
Knight Isaac S farming 
McDonald E J rancher 
McDonald H L rancher 
Medici Saul mining 
Nadolin John mining 
Nadolin Joe mining 
Nye Mrs E prop Garibaldi Lodge 
Nye Thomas S farming and PM 
Smith John F foreman 
Wagner C mining 
Wagner Roger rancher 

Daisy Lake, 2 miles long, on the 
Cheakamus River, 20 miles north of 
Squamish. 

Dalkeith Point, on the west of Fox 
Island, at entrance to Seymour Inlet. 



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Dalley River, 7 miles long, runs In- 
to Owekano Lake. 

Damfino Creek, 9 miles long, runs 
into Kettle River near its source. 

Dana Inlet, on the east side of 
Moresby Island, Queen Charlottes. 

Danger Rock, in Hecate Passage, 
at entrance to Barclay Sound, Van- 
couver Island. 

DANSKIN 

a post office in Omineca Provincial 

Electoral District, reached by stage 

from Burns Lake, 21 miles north 

on the G. T. P. Local resources: 

Farming. Land values average from 

$10 to $20 per acre improved, and 

$5 for unimproved. 

Anderson Magnus farming 

Brott Howard farming 

Buchanan Geo N farming 

Clarde Geo W farming 

Clyde Geo D farming and PM 

Dahlberg A O farming 

Dreskele David farming 

Driscoll Clyde farming 

Everltt Andrews farming 

Fleming Maxwell farming 

Hamre Claus H farming 

Hamre W mixed farming 

Loveseth Eric farming 

McGregor Sampson farming 

Olsen A mixed farming 

Renner Gilbert farming 

Root Dell farming 

Root Wallace farming 

Woodcox Henry farming 

Woodcox Siovie farming 

D'ARCY 

a post office and station on the P. 
G. E. Ry., and resort at south end 
of Anderson Lake, 86 miles north of 
Squamish, in North Vancouver Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. Indian 
Reserve of about 60 Indians here. 

Anderson Lake Lodge C B Nicker- 

son prop 
Ash Wm mixed farming 
Carlson Andw fruit growing 
Comfortin J section foreman 
Craddock Thos F mixed farming 
Dick Wm farming gen store 
Elliott Wm mixed farming 
Greer Wm ranching 
Jeffries Walter prospector 
Jeffries Wm prospector 
Jonkis Peter dairy farming 
Joseph John fruit growing 
McDonell D A fruit growing 
Melotte John mixed farming 
Mobbs Wm prospector 
Neff Frank dairy farming gen store 
Nickerson C B prop Anderson Lake 

Lodge and PM and JP 
Peck Chas gen store 
Thompson A farming and roadhouse 
Thompson Geo mining 
Ward Ernest mixed farming 
Ward J farming 
Webb Harold fruit growing 
Whitehead Harold mixed farming 

Darcy Island, S^^ miles long, in the 
Haro Straits, 12 miles northeast of 
Victoria. 

Darwin Sound, between east of 
Moresby Island and Lyell Island, 
Queen Charlottes. 

DASHWOOD 

a flag station on the E. & N. Ry., 
105 miles north of Victoria, 3 miles 
north of Qualicum Beach, and 11 



north of Parksville, from which 
point there is rural mail delivery. 
Good P L prop Dashwood Hotel and 
store 

David Channel, on the north of 
Barkley Sound, west coast of Van- 
couver Island, leading to Toquart 
Harbour. 

DAVIE 

a steamer landing on Kootenay Lake 
in Kaslo Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, reached by C.P.R. lake steam- 
ers on Kootenay Landing route. Ad- 
dress mail via Nelson post office. 
Houton A farming 
Wall Wm farming 
Youill R W prospector carpenter 

Davie Lake, 10 miles long, in Cari- 
boo District, 40 miles north of Fort 
George. 

Davie River, 9 miles long, runs 
from Klakla-Karna Lake into Kla- 
anch River, Vancouver Island. 

Davis Creek, 5 miles long, runs in- 
to north of Kootenay Lake. 

Davis Point, on the northwest 
coast of Valdes Island. 

DAWSON CREEK 

in the Cariboo district, reached via 
Pouce Coupe Landing by H. B. Co. 
boats from Peace River, Alta. 

Dawson Creek, 14 miles long, tribu- 
tary of D'Echafaud River. 

Dawson Mountain, 11,113 feet high, 
12 miles south of Glacier. 

Day Creek, 5 miles long, tributary 
of McRae Creek, Christina Lake. 

Day Point, at the south end of 
Price Island. 

DAYTONS 

a Dominion Government Telephone 
office in Kamloops Provincial Elec- 
toral District, 5^ miles southeast 
of Kamloops and 1 mile from Black- 
loam, the post office. 
Dayton Bros agts Govt Telephone & 
ranching 

Deadeye Creek, 4 miles long, runs 
into northeast branch of Kettle 
River. 

Dead Horse Creek, 4 miles long, 
runs into Nanaimo River at west end 
of Nanaimo Lake. 

DEADMAN CREEK 

a settlement on Deadman Creek, 
which is 25 miles long and runs into 
the Thompson River, 2 miles west 
of Savona, in Kamloops Provincial 
Ele,ctoral District. Savona is the 
post office. Resources: Stock rais- 
ing, fishing and hunting. Land aver- 
ages from $15 to $30 per acre. 
Church Geo ranching 
Couvrette D dairy farming 
Descheimer Fred ranching 
Fry Wm trapper 
Hoey T mixed farming 
Holland Geo ranching 
Humphries F ranching 
Lehmann Paul ranching 
London Edw ranching 
Massey Geo ranching 
Sanbrook Wesley ranching 
Sinclair J A stock raising 
Stevenette W^m trapper 



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Stryker Frank ranching 
Taylor Wm ranching 
Uren Wm ranching 
Wilson Jas ranching 

Deadman's Island, a small island 
on the south side of Burrard Inlet, 
lying to the southeast of Stanley 
Park, Vancouver. 

Deadman's Lake, 4 miles long, in 
Lillooet District, 30 miles northeast 
of Ashcroft. 

Deadman's River, 55 miles long, 
runs into Thompson River 18 miles 
east of Ashcroft and 3 iniles west 
of Savona. 

Deadman's River, 4 miles long, 
runs from Pike Lake into west end 
of Victoria Arm, Victoria. 

Dead Point, on the north of Har- 
bledown Island. 

Dead Tree Point, on the southeast 
of Graham Island, Queen Charlottes. 

DEADWOOD 

a post office and small mining town, 
2 miles from Greenwood, on the C. 
P. R., in the Greenwood Provincial 
Electoral District. Local resources: 
Mining, with some farming, princi- 
pally hay and stock. 
Johnson Fred laborer 
McLaren Donald dairy farming 
McLaren Mrs M V postmistress 
McRae Colin prospecting 
Mitchell Robert mining 
Shanks Jas gardener 
Witte Theodore carpenter 

Deadwood Creek, 12 miles long, 
runs into Xanaimo River at east 
end of Nanaimo Lake. 

Deadwood Lake, 12 miles long, in 
' Liard Division, 30 miles east of Syl- 
vester Landing. 

DEAN CHANNEL 

a fishing village and canning station, 
reached by Union S. S. Co.'s boats 
from Vancouver, which carry mail. 
Kimsquit Cannery salmon 
Manitou Cannery Kildala Packing Co 

Ltd Vancouver props salmon 
Northern B C Fisheries Ltd salmon 

Dean Channel, an inlet 30 miles 
long, 20 miles north of Bella Coola. 

Dean Point, on the north of Re- 
donda Island. 

Dean River (or Salmon River), 140 
miles long, rises in the east of Bella 
Coola Division and flows west into 
Wean Channel. 

DEANSHAVEN 

a steamer landing on east side of 
Kootenay Lake, 5 miles north of 
Kootenay Bay and 2 miles south of 
Riondel, the post office, reached by 
C. P. R. lake steamers. There are 
two thousand acres open for settle- 
ment. Population 20. 
Deane R T farming 
Holman Miss A 
Painton G R farmer 

DEAS ISLAND 

a fish-canning village on the Fraser 
River, 3 miles from Ladner, the post 
office, in Delta Provincial Electoral 
District, reached by local river 
steamers from Xew Westminster, and 
stage. 



B C Canning Co fish cannery 
Martin T fishing 
Polizo I fishing 

DEASE CREEK 

a small settlement on the Stikine 
River, near Telegraph Creek, the 
post office. Prince Rupert is busi- 
ness centre. 
Hudson's Bay Co general store 

Dease Lake, 30 miles long, in the 
northwest of the Liard Division, near 
Latitude 59, Longitude 130. 

DEASE LAKE POST 

a Hudson's Bay post at foot of Dease 

Lake, in Atlin Provincial Electoral 

District, 100 miles from Telegraph 

Creek, the post office. 

Adams Geo mining 

Cormier Leo mining 

Dease Lake Mines Ltd Geo Adams 

manager 
Gothard Samuel Jas mining 
Hudson's Bay Co H Ravenall mgr 
Johnson Geo M mining 
Mark Thos mining 
Oliver Edwin H mining 
Quinn Robt J mining 
Ravenall H mgr Hudson's Bay Co 
Rigby Thos B mining 
Smith Chas H mining 
Squair Duncan R mining 
Sweeney Stephen mining 

Dease River, 110 miles long, runs 
into Dease Lake north into Liard 
River. 

Death Rapids, on Columbia River, 
46 miles north of Revelstoke. 

Debeaux Creek, a tributary of 
China Creek, Alberni. 

DECEIT BAY 

Now called Redonda Bay, which see 
for names. 

Deceit Bay, on the west of Re- 
donda Island. 

Deception Gulch, 2 miles long, runs 
into Sooke River »4 mile south of 
Sooke Lake, Victoria Island. 

Deception Pass, at the southeast of 
Mears Island, on west coast of Van- 
couver Island. 

D'Echafaud River, 50 miles long, 
runs into Peace River near Lat. 56, 
Long. 120. 

Decker Lake, 7 miles long, 55 
miles northwest of Fort Fraser. 

DECKER LAKE 

a post office and station on the G. 
T. P. Ry., 5 miles west of Burns 
Lake, the nearest telegraph office, 
in Omineca Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. Has public school. The land 
hereabouts is specially adapted to 
stock raising. 

Burgman H G mgr Hanson Tie Co 
Carroll P J ranching 
Carroll R M ranching 
Carroll W J gen store and PM 
Hanson Tie Co H G Burgman mgr 
Lewis Frank ranching 
Lewis P ranching 
Orr John ranching 
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DEEP BAY 

a cannery on the east coast of Van- 
couver Island, 10 miles south of 
Union Bay, the post office, owned 
by Puntledge Cannery Co., Nanaimo, 
B. C. The only residents are em- 
ployees in season. 

Puntledge Cannery Co Ltd (Nanai- 
mo) salmon canners 

DEEP BAY 

on Saanich Peninsula, about 5 miles 
from Sidney, the post office, near 
Deep Cove, from which a launch ser- 
vice is operated to Salt Spring Island 
and other adjacent points. Is the 
terminus of the B. C. E. Ry. from 
Victoria. R. M. D. service. 
Chalet The Mrs Creswell prop hotel 
Creswell Mrs prop The Chalet 
Deep. Cove Motor Service S M Jones 

and H Horth 
Deep Cove Trading Co gen store A C 

Lovick mgr 
Hocking J D boat service station ac- 
cessories and repairs 
Hocking & Woodworth boat hirers 
Layard Swan & Gamble Ltd engs and 

machs 
Woodworth C C of Hocking & ■Wood- 
worth 

Deep Bay, in Desolation Sound, 7 
miles east of Malaspina Inlet. 

Deep Bay, on east coast of Van- 
couver Island, 11 miles south of 
Union Bay post office. 

Deep Bay, on the north of Van- 
couver Island, 3 miles east of Cape 
Scott. 

Deep Bay River, 3 miles long, runs 
into Deep Bay 11 miles south of 
Union Bay post office. 

DEEP COVE 

terminus of the Saanich Interurban 
line of the B. C. B. Ry., situated at 
extreme northwest of Saanich Penin- 
sula, 23 miles from Victoria and 5 
northwest of Sidney, the post office. 
Has public school. Ideal summer 
camping grounds. For additional 
names see Sidney. 
Creswell A prop Chalet Hotel 
Hoops S E M physician 
Leyard Sevan and Gamble Ltd boat- 
house and engineers 

Deep Cove, on the west side of the 
North Arm of Burrard Inlet, 10 miles 
from Vancouver. 

Deep Cove, on the east side of 
Bowen Island. 

DEEP CREEK 

a farming settlement between Sal- 
mon Arm and Armstrong, west of 
Enderby, in North Kamloops Pro- 
vincial Electoral District, reached by 
stage from Enderby, the nearest post 
office and railway point on the C. 
P. R., distant 7 miles. Has Presby- 
terian Church and public school. 
Population 150. Sheep, dairying, 
mixed farming and lumbering. 
Auld Bruce farming 
Barber E farming 
Beadle Wm farming 
Beddington R farming 
Bennett Thos fruit grower 
Davidson Robt farming 
Dodds H farming 
Duncan Jas 



Dunwoodie Merlin farming 

Enock \V farming 

French I farming 

Giliiek John farming 

Gorham Stephen E nurseries 

Gorrell Sam farming 

Greenwood John farming 

Hayhurst Albert dairy farming 

Hayhurst Arthur dairy farming 

Henry H H farming 

Hillyard Brock farming 

Holton H farming 

Howard Richd farming 

James Jesse farming 

Jamieson J McD 

Johnson W farming 

Johnston G W farming 

Johnston RAW farming 

Jones T O farming 

Kenney Henry farming 

Lawson D farming 

Lindsay Donald sheep farming 

Loyd M farming 

Naylor Harry dairy farming 

Packham Geo mixed farming 

Parker Wm farming 

Pyott Alex farming 

Phillips E farming 

McKinnon Mrs farming 

Schaffer B farming 

Schmidt A farming 

Scott Robt farming 

Sharpe Thos farming 

Smilty Jas farming 

Smith Harry farming 

Swartyout A farming 

Ward E farming 

Waterman Wm farming 

Watkins A farming 

Watkins Mrs J W farming 

Wolfgang Jacque farming 

Woodhouse Robt farming 

Worthington H farming 

Deep Creek, 24 miles long, runs in- 
to Okanagan Lake 2 miles south of 
Peachland. 

Deep Creek, 15 miles long, runs in- 
to Eraser River 5 miles south of 
Soda Creek. 

Deep Creek, 10 miles long, flows 
in on the east side of Upper Arrow 
Lake near the north end. 

Deep Creek, 8 miles long, runs into 
west fork of Kettle River. 

Deep Creek, 6 miles long, runs into 
north arm of Quesnel Lake. 

Deep Creek, 3 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Inonoakin Creek. 

DEEP HARBOR 

on the south end of Broughton Is- 
land, Comox District, reached by 
Union S. S. Co.'s boats from Van- 
couver. 

Deep Inlet, on the east side of 
Kyuquot Sound, Vancouver Island. 

Deep Water Bay, on the west 
coast of Valdes Island, 13 miles 
north of Campbell River. 

Deer Creek, 9 miles long, runs into 
north of Toflno Inlet, west coast of 
Vancouver Island. 

Deer Creek, 9 :niles long, runs into 
south of Lower Arrow Lake. 

Deer Creek, 3 miles long, tributary i 
of Sheep Creek, West Kootenay Dis- 
trict. 

Deer Creek, 3 miles long, runs into 
north fork of Kettle River. 

Deer Creek, 3 miles long, runs into 
Sooke River Vi mile south of Sooke 
Lake, Vancouver Island. 

Deer Creek, 3 miles long, a tribu- 
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>EERHOLME 

post office on the C. N. R. about 
I miles southwest of Duncan, which 
s on the E. & X. Ry. 
KTiUiams JEM postmaster 

Deer Island, 4 miles east of Port 
lardy. 

Deer Island, a group of islands on 
louth side of entrance to Barkley 
Sound, Vancouver Island. 

Deer Lake, % mile long, lies to 
he east of Bidwell Bay, North Arm 
>f Burrara iniet. 

Deer Lake, a small lake lying west 
>f Burnaby Lake and 3^ miles north 
>f New Westminster. 

Deer Lick Creek, a tributary of 
south fork of Yahk River. 

JEER PARK 

I post office and steamer landing on 
he Lower Arrow Lake, reached by 
'a. P. R. lake steamers, between Ar- 
■owhead and West Robson. Has Do- 
ninion Government Long Distance 
Telephone office and public school. 
Population 50. 

3arg John fruit growing 
Beaton Wm teamster 
Bowles B mixed farming 
Briggeman Fred farming 
Briggeman Geo fruit growing 
BripKt^man Geo jr fruit growing 
Briggeman Wm farming 

lark Wm carpenter 
3oleman E T sawmiller 
BSrving Miss school teacher 
Sibson Henry mixed farming 
Grosen F J farming 
TlHamblin Fred fruit growing 
Hermiston R W sawyer 
Jacobson C dairy farming 
Kenny T J lumber loader 
Knabe H butcher 
Knabe P mixed farming 
Lacey Mrs E R postmistress 
Long H farming 
Matthews A ranching 
Romanak S farming 
Rose Evelyn PM 
Snider W baker 
Stark F baker 
Swift H farming 
Threlkeld J J land owner 
Williamson C farming 
Williamson L farming 
Woods A farming 

Deer Passage, between the north- 
V est of Redonda Island and Raza 
Island 

Defence Island, in Howe Sound, 2 
miles northeast of Anvil Island. 

Defot Mountain, 10 miles north- 
west of Porter Landing. 

De Horsey Island, 10 miles west 
of Port Essington. 

JDELAIR 

!a station on B. C. E. Ry., 1 mile 
! south of Abbotsford, in Chilliwack 
[Provincial Electoral District and 
jWestminster Land Registry District 
i(New Westminster). No agent, 
[charges must be prepaid. The par- 
ities named all use Delair to ship 
I their milk. There are several hund- 
ired acres of fine bench-land suitable 

for fruit, mostly undeveloped. The 
iprairie lands, which will shortly be 
j dyked, will carry a large population 

as the land is rich. Address mail 
Ivia R. R. No. 2, Abbotsford. 



Anderson A farming 
Austin E E farming 
Bannerman J J farming 
Bolley & Sons farming 
Brownell Jas farming 
Day Harry farmer 
De Lair Leslie P farmer 
Delair Thos farming 
Everett Chas farming 
Everett W farming 
Knox Allen farming 
McGarvie Andrew farming 
Maitland R farmer 
Starr Jay farming 
Starr Perry farming 
Waddell Jas farming 
Watson C O farming 

DELTA 

a farming settlement, 4 miles from 

Colebrook, on the G. N. R., in Delta 

Provincial Electoral District. Lad- 

ner is the business centre. Address 

mail Delta, via New Westminster, 

R. R. 1. 

Beneson H D dairy farming 

Crawford E A farming 

Delta Farmers Institute J P Smith 

sec (Ladner) 
Honeyman D G farming 
Huff Seymour bee keeping 
Kittson R farming 
Oliver F dairy farming 

DELTA MUNICIPALITY 

Reeve — J. A. Williamson, Ladner. 
Clerk — N. A. McDiarmid, Ladner. 

Demaniel River, 4 miles long, runs 
into Sooke River at Milnes' Landing, 
Vancouver Island. 

DEMUTH 

a post office and station on the K. 

V. Ry., 26 miles west of Penticton, 

the business centre. Population, 25. 

Barnes T bookkeeper 

Charles Sydney P postmaster 

Demuth G mill owner 

Drossos T sec foreman 

Ellis R woodsman 

O'Leary D A woodsman 

Riley — miner 

Soule A J lumberman 

Soule D asst postmaster 

Denise Arm, stretches inland for 6 
miles from the south end of Kaien 
Island, 5 miles southeast of Prince 
Rupert. 

DENMAN ISLAND 

a post office and village on Denman 
Island, east coast of Vancouver Is- 
land, between Nanaimo and Comox, 
in Comox Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, reached by C. P. R. and Union 
S. S. Co.'s steamers from Vancou- 
ver. Dominion Government Tele- 
phone office. Nearest railway and 
banking point at Union Bay, distant 
1% miles. Has public school, Angli- 
can and Presbyterian churches. Lo- 
cal resources: Farming, logging, 
sawmill, good fishing and hunting. 
Aston Jas shoe repairing 
Baikie Wm farming 
Beadnell Geo mixed farming 
Bell-Irving Ada bee keeping 
Bell-Irving Angus farming 
Bell-Irving Mike farming 
Chalmers Ray engineer 
Chalmers Thos mixed farming 
Conway J L farming 



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Corrigal John farming 

Corrigall Jas mixed farming 

Dalziel Geo bees mixed farming 

Denman Island Farmers Inst D Hast- 
ings sec 

Denman Island Womens Inst Mrs J 
Morley sec 

DePape C mixed farming 

Dickson Gerald L mixed farming 

Doheny P J gen store and PM 

Emerton May farming 

Fulton W farming 

Graham Albt boat towing 

Graham E A farming 

Graham Francis engineer farming 

Graham Jas R mixed farming 

Green Al farming 

Hastings Donald farming 

Hastings Harold carpenter 

Henderson K farming 

Isbister John mixed farming 

Kelsey J H mixed farming 

Lacon Chas C farming 

McFarlane Mrs farming 

McFarlane H mixed farming 

McGee John engineer 

McMillan Mabel bee keeping 

Meadows Bernard engineer 

Meadows Henry physician 

Moseley J mixed farming 

Nelson Theodore farming 

Ormiston Jas mixed farming 

Phillips Wm D logger 

Pickles Abraham ranching 

Pickles Arthur mixed farming 

Pickles Bert farming 

Pickles Mrs David mixed farming 

Pickles Ernest R farming 

Pickles Henry farming 

Piercy Bros Jas and E I farming 
fruit bees 

Piercy Harvey lighthouse keeper 
Denman Island 

Piercy J F carpenter 

Piercy Jas W farming 

Piercey T W mixed farming 

Piket Thos mixed farming 

Randall Alfred farming 

Reeve Alfred L farming 

Roberson David laborer 

Roberson Jas W farming 

Russell Gavin mixed farming bees 

Savoie Lem logging fishing 

Scott J W mixed farming 

Scott W W mixed farming 

Shaughnessy F farming 

f^uUy Jas farming 

Swan Alex H farming 

Swan Robt mixed farming 

Swan Wm E farming 

Wood John farming 

Denman Mountain, 6,590 feet high, 

on the south side of Toba Inlet. 
Dennis Mountain, southwest of 

Field. 

DENNISON STATION 

a post office and station on the B. 
C. E. Ry., 2 miles west of Matsqui 
Prairie, in Chilliwack Provincial 
Electoral District. Nearest steamer 
landing on the Eraser River is 
Mount Lehman, and nearest tele- 
graph office Bradner. There is a 
Presbyterian Church at Mount Leh- 
man. Local resources: Farming and 
lumbering. 

Arseth Mrs E J poultry raising 
Bailey Wm farming 
Bolyle A farming 
Croy Ed carpenter 
Croy John blacksmith 
Croy Margaret postmistress 
Dennison John farming and gen store 
Gibbs Jas farming 
Grant Gordon farming 
Ireland Ed farming 



Jackman Philip farming 
Kay Peter farming 
McDonald A D farming 
McKinnon Lauchlan farming 
MacLachlan R D gen store 
McPhail & Gransby farming 
McTavish John farming 
Moore Bros farming 
Morrison John farming 
Morrison Malcolm farming 
Pelon J farming 
Pope John farming 
Satchel Geo farming 
Solman Stanley farming 
Stephens John farming 
Stephens Robt farming , 
Thompson Geo 
Wescott L farming 
Westcoat Geo farming 
White Fredk wood cutter 

Denny Island, 13 miles long, situ- 
ated at the south side of Milbank 
Sound. Bella Bella is situated on 
the northwest of the Island, north of 
Lat. 52, Long. 128. 

DENORO 

a mining camp at Coltern, on the C. 
P. R., distant M mile, in Greenwood 
Provincial Electoral District. Near- 
est telegraph point at Eholt, on C. 
P. R., distant 3 miles. Population 
6. Local resources: Mining. Ad- 
dress mail via Eholt. 
Bellefontaine Michael mining 
Cunningham Jos W mining 
Ludlow Morley W hotel keeper 
Lutner Peter mining 
McLeod Neil J mining 
Nordman Ed mine supt 

DENVER CANYON 

a flag station on the C. P. R. Kaslo- 
Nakusp branch, 1% miles northeast 
of New Denver, the nearest railway 
station and telegraph office, in Slo- 
can Provincial Electoral District. 
No local residents. 

Denver Creek, 4 miles long, tribu-, 
tary of St. Mary's Creek. 

DEPARTURE BAY 

a settlement on east coast of Van- 
couver Island, 3 miles north of Nan- 
aimo in Albernl Provincial Electoral 
District, reached by auto road. The 
Dominion Biological Station is locat- 
ed here. Has public school. 
Baldwin Ernest grocer 
Berkley C chemist Dom Biological 

Station 
Bingham H J agent 
Foster Stephen farming 
Foster Wm farming 
Eraser C McLean curator Dom Bio- 
logical Station 
Hygh Ernest mechanic 
Keighley C J mixed farming sec sch 

board 
Keighley Eric C J farming 
Leake Jas farming ^ 

Piper John mixed farming 
Piper Joseph wireman 
Roberts D S R retired 
Roberts Iver P chauffeur 
Roberts Lewellyn M engineer 
Rogers Alfred W farming 
Russel David retired 
St Lo M farming 
Stephenson David retired 
Taylor W fisherman 
Wardill A mechanic 
Wentworth Alex millwright 
Wilson E H farming 



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DEROCHE 

a post office and centre of a thriv- 
ing agricultural district, on the C. 
P. R. main line, 54 miles east of 
Vancouver, in Dewdney Prov. Elec. 
Dist. Is also reached by automobile 
over the excellent Dewdney Trunk 
Road. Has long-distance telephone, 
general store, public school, Presby- 
terian and R. C. churches. Memorial 
Hall, and gravity water supply. Mis- 
sion City, 12 miles west, is the near- 
est banking point. Good hunting 
and fishing in close proximity. Im- 
proved lands average $200 per acre, 
imimproved $50 per acre. Local re- 
sources: Small fruits, dairying, stock 
raising, poultry, bee keeping and 
mixed farming. 

Anderson Christian mixed farming 

Andrew F farming 

Bates Benj farming 

Beaulieu Arthur dairying sheep 

Bell C farming 

Bovingdon J farming 

Boyd C mixed farming 

Brooks S J mixed farming 

Brooks W mixed farming 

Browne Herbt A mixed farming 

Cartier C mixed farming 

Clerihue C J fruit 

Cooper Chas J gen store and PM 

Cooper E F acct 

Dashwood J shoemaker 

Dawe — mixed farming 

Deroche Alphonse mixed farming 

Deroche G mixed farming 

Deroche Isadore dairy farming 

Deroche Jos dairy farming 

Deroche Oliver dairying horses 

Duff J T farming 

Dyer H farming 

Ehlers J farming 

Ellis R farming 

Gibbs Stanley farming bees 

Giles G bricklayer 

Gladwin F mixed farming 

Goulet R farming 

Gourlay John mixed farming bees 

Harman R farming 

Harris Jas F bee keeping JP and sec 
North Nicomen school board 

Hill A C farming 

Hodgson G D dairying 

Johns E farming 

Johnston R dairy farming 

I<arson C barber 

Ijennox N J mixed farming 

Ltovell Clarence sec foreman 

liOvell G section hand 

McBride J farming 

McDonald J mixed farming 

McDonald Wm farming dairy 

Mclnnes A mixed farming 

McKimmon J farming 

Malcolm A G mixed farming 

Michael H L. poultry raising 

Miller W H mixed farming 

Mitchell Gerald 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 

Over H mechanic 

Pye Geo C mixed farming 

Robson J dairy farming 

Ross H C mixed farming sec Nico- 
men school board 

Russell J farming 

Ryan F mixed farming 

Siddall R mixed farming 

Smith L section hand 
Smith Maxwell farming 
Taylor Ray dairy farming 
Taylor W L, farming 



Thome Ed dairy farming 

Tremblay A farming 

Tremblay R farming 

Vasey F dairying 

Williscroft B C fruit etc 

Worth Alex mixed farming bees 

Yeomans B farming 

Yeomans E farming 

Yeomans Garnet farming 

Yeomans Geo mixed farming 

Yeomans T mixed farming 

DEROCHE LANDING 

a steamer landing on the Fraser 
River, for Deroche, distant 2 miles 
inland, on the C. P. R. See directory 
listings under Deroche, the P. O. 

Deserted Bay, 120 miles north of 
Vancouver, at the north of Princess 
Royal Reach, Jervis Inlet. 

Deserters Island, 2 miles long, one 
of the Walker group, north of Van- 
couver Island. 

Deserters River, 15 miles long, runs 
into the Fraser River 15 miles south 
of Quesnel. 

Desolation Creek, 4 miles long, runs 
into northeast branch of the Kettle 
River. 

Desolation Sound, between the 
south end of Redonda Island and the 
mainland. 

Deta Beche Inlet, on the east of 
Moresbv Island, Queen Charlottes. 

Devastation Channel, between 
Hawkesbury Island and the mainland. 

Deville Mountain, northwest of 
Field. 

Devils Creek, 6 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Duncan River. 

Devils Point, at the north end of 
Aristazable Island. 

Devil's Run, a steamer landing on 
the Fraser River, 5 miles east of 
Mission. 

Devil's Thumb, a mountain on 
Alaskan border, 80 miles southwest 
of Telegraph Creek. 

Devitt Creek, 4 miles long, runs 
into Elk River, East Kootenay, near 
its source. 

Devoe Creek, 6 miles long, runs in- 
to north arm of Quesnel Lake. 

Dewar Creek, 22 miles long, tribu- 
tary of St. Mary's Creek, west of 
Marysville. 

DEWDNEY 

a post office and farming settlement 

on the C. P. R. main line, 6 miles 

east of Mission City and 48 east of 

Vancouver, in Dewdney Prov. Elec. 

Dist. Has public school. 

Abuciombiee Bros fruit growing 

Appleby R fruit growing 

Bain P lumber mfr 

Brantigan F farmming 

Brassey R B fruit growing 

Brearley F farming 

Brouard Edw farming 

Buker F F farming 

Burton S pumpman 

Con Glen clerk 

Con Gordon fruit growing 

Con J M fruit growing 

Con Percy fruit growing 

Cyr Zol farming 

Dale H poultry 

Davies B bee keeping 

Davies Edwin dairy farming 

Davies T C farming 

Davis Bros farming 

Day H shingle mill 

Dewdney Trading Co L Watson prop 



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Fellows Richard J farming 

Gibson J farming 

Gladwin Fred laborer 

Gourlay Alex farming 

Gourlay Andrew farming 

Gourlay Thos farming 

Hairsine G W farming 

Hairsine Thos M mixed farming 

Handy J M farming 

Handy W fruit growing 

Hawkins Chas F farming 

Hawkins Frank farming 

Hawkins Geo W farming 

Hennill H fruit growing 

Heptonstall W C farming 

Henry H E farming 

Hey H farming 

Hyde J farming 

Inch Geo farming 

Johnson B farming 

Johnson Harvey farming 

Jones E farming 

Kent Leslie H farming 

King Beach Mfg Co fruit ranch etc 

Leonard Leslie H farming 

Mclntyre & Hunter fruit growing 

McKamey John B mixed farming 

McKechnie Jas farming 

Mackenzie J fruit growing 

McLean & Munn farming 

Marshall M school teacher 

Meason M L farming 

Morrow W H farming 

Munn Lachlan farming 

Murray G P farming 

Murray O farming 

Newton Bros mixed farming 

Newton Geo farming 

Nichols Frank farming 

Norrish Chas farming 

Norrish F C mixed farming 

Norr'sh W'm H farming 

Pennington Wm farming 

Rankin A S farming 

Re^ld Hamilton & Mather farming 

Ross M mixed farming 

Rowan O A farming 

Seymour Albert farming 

Seymour Alfred farming 

Seymour Geo farming and bees 

Sliarpe S L mixed farming 

Skipper H J dairy farming 

Smith J daiiying 

Smith Saml stock and bees 

Thompt=oa Alan & Ross fruit growing 

Thompson Alister farming 

Tinirle H farming 

Tupper J A fruit farming 

Walkdeii J farming 

Watson Morden clerk 

Watson Ida K postmistress 

West F fruit growing 

Wilson Geo dairy farming 

Worth- Fulton J farming 

Worthington Claud L farming 

DEWEY 

a post office and station on the G. 
T. P. Ry., 5 miles west of Hutton, 
the nearest telegraph office, and 55 
east of Prince George, in Fort George 
Provincial Electoral District. Pop- 
ulation, 115. Local resources: Two 
sawmills and farming. 

Alexander A mgr Dewey Sawmill Co 
Bashaw E mgr Bashaw Lumber Co 
Bai^haw Lumber Co E Bashaw mgr 

mfrs rough and dressed lumber 

and louring 
Black Richard farming 
Corbett James farming 
Dewey Sawmill Co A Alexander mgr 

mfrs of rough and dressed lumber 

and lofT^'ing 
Evans John farming 
Geiger Chris farming 



Graham E A farming 

Graham John farming 

Graham John farming 

Hiram Lewis gen store and PM 

Holter Walter farming 

Lynch James farming 

McGrath Patrick farming 

MacGrogor Peter F farming 

Rinfilund H I. farming 

Scott Norman farming 

Small John farming 

Smedley Jake farming 

Dewdney Creek, 7 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Coquihalla River. 

Diadem Mountain, 6,050 feet high, 
6 miles north of Hotham Sound. 

Diamond Island, in the Eraser 
River, 25 miles south of Quesnel. 

Diana Island, 2 miles long, in the 
eastern channel of Barclay Sound, 
Vancouver Island. 

Dibble Creek, 5 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Bull River. 

Dickenson Point, on the south of 
Malcolm Island. 

Dickson Island, 1 mile west of 
Broughton Island. 

Dickson Lake, 5 miles long, 20 
miles northwest of Alberni, Vancou- 
ver Island. 

Digby Island, 8 miles long, 4 miles 
west of Prince Rupert. 

Dinner Island, in Browning Pas- 
sage, 5 miles southeast of Clayo- 
quot. 

Dinner Point, on the north side of 
Seymour Inlet. 

Dinner Rock, 3 miles south of 
Lund. 

DINSMORE ISLAND 

a .salmon cannery on the Eraser 
River, owned by B. C. Packers' Assn., 
517 Granville St., Vancouver. 

Disappointment Inlet, on the south 
of Mears Island, 2 miles north of 
Clayoquot, Vancouver Island. 

DISCOVERY 

a post office and mining settlement 
in Atlin Prov. Elec. Dist., reached by 
auto stage from Atlin, which is near- 
est telegraph station, distant 6 miles, 
and 90 miles from Carncross, on the 
White Pass & Yukon route. Pres- 
byterian church and public school. 
Population, 300. 
Anderson S miner 
Auld Geo mining 
Brown Chas farming 
Brown J mining 
Chicago Bill Ideal Mine 
Discof^ery Mininr: & Power Co Ltd 
Evans Caleb mining 
Gairns Chas ger. store 
Gunderson Hans teaming 
Holmgren Gus mining 
Karr S S mining 
Kennedy W miner 
Kilpatrick Ward PM 
McDonald Wm mining 
MacKay D miner 
McLaren J J mining 
McNutt James teamster 
Machell Thos mining 
Mat.son I'eter mining 
Mobley F H & Co Ltd gen store 
Mobley H C mgr F H Mobley & Co 
Morrison Mrs M A widow 
Morse Harry mining 
NeUson Axel mining 
Oifan Carl mining 
Oman Harold rrJning 



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Pearse H P mine owner 

Pine Tiee Hotel C M Sands prop 

Reid Jas miner 

Ruffner John mine owner 

Sands Clarence M prop Pine Tree 

Hotel 
Shovel Mining: Group 
Strom Louis mining 
Strom Vic mining 

Discovery Island, off the southeast 
of Vancouver Island. A lighthouse 
station. 

Discovery Passage, the long chan- 
nel which separates Valdes Island 
from the east coast of Say ward Dis- 
trict, Vancouver Island. It is about 
30 miles long and at its narrowest 
point — Seymour Narrows — is only 
about % mile wide. 

Disella Lake, 4 miles long, 40 
miles south of Teslin Lake, Atlin 
District. 

Dispatch Island, in Columbia 
River, between Upper and Lower 
Arrow Lakes. 

Disraeli Mountain, 20 miles north- 
east of Stewart. 

Dixon Entrance, lies to the north 
of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

Diver Bay, on the south of Pre- 
vost Island, Gulf of Georgia. 

Diver Lake, 14 mile south of "Wel- 
lington. 

Dobbin Bay, on the southwest of 
Broughton Island. 

DOBIES 

a flag station on the G. T. P. Ry., 
about 5 miles east of Terrace. Mail 
in exchanged here by crane for Cop- 
per River P. O. 

Dochdaon Creek, 15 miles long, 
runs into Stikine River, 20 miles 
south of Glenora. 

Dock Island, a lighthouse in the 
Haro Straits, southeast of Sidney, 
Vancouver Island. 

DOCK STEWART 

a boat landing on Portland Canal 2 
miles from Stewart. The C. N. E. 
Ry. runs from here to Redcliff 13 
miles up coiiutry. 

Doctor Bay. in Waddington Chan- 
nel, Redonda Island. 

Dodd Island, 1 mile long, in en- 
trance to Barclay Sound, Vancouver 
Island. 

Dodd Lake, 4 miles long, in the 
northwest of the New Westminster 
district, southeast of Powell Lake. 

Dodd Narrows, between Gabriola 
Island and the east coast of Van- 
couver Island, 6 miles southeast of 
Nanaimo. 

Dodger Cove, on north of Diana Is- 
land, Barclay Sound, West coast of 
Vancouver Island. There is a trad- 
ing post here. 

DOG CREEK 

a post office and .<5ettlement, 66 miles 
northeast of Clinton, at junction of 
Dog Creek and Fraser River, in Lil- 
looet Provincial Electoral District, 
reachci^, by the headquarters of Clin- 
ton-Dog Creek-Alkali Lake stage 
route. Population. 50. Local re- 
sources: Ranching, stock-raising and 
fralt-growing. 
Boston P stage driver 
Colin Pc-ter stock raising 



Dog Creek Hotel J S Place prop 

DiirkeM AJfrort .1 clerk 

Dussault Joe lancher 

French John Robert rancher 

Gillis N A rancher 

Hawkins Richard farming 

Holden Wm stock raising 

Menier Mas C ranching 

I>atton Thos S farming 

Patton Wm farming 

Pemberton F VV rancher 

Pigeon Bros cattle ranching 

Pigeon P ranching 

Pigeon IX mgr Pigeon Bros 

Place C R rancher 

Place Frank farming 

PTa fNft -Tos S ranch _ flOU r mill Saw - 

mi.l gen store hotel stJage une and 

postmfister 
Place Jos S Jr farming 
Willst.er Harold rancher 
Wolfe F mgr Holden Ranch 

Dog Creek, 11 miles long, runs in- 
to south of Lower Arrow Lake. 

Dog Lake, 8 miles long, 4 miles 
south of Okanagan River. 

Dogtooth Mountains, on the west 
side of the Columbia River, between 
Donald and Golden. 



DOLLARTON 

a post office and lumbering town at 
Roche Point, on North Arm of Bur- 
rard Inlet, 6 miles east of Vancouver, 
in North Vancouver Pro. Elec Dist. 
There are two sawmills, one shingle 
mill, general store. Population, 250. 
The sawmil; of the Canadian Robert 
Dollar Co., Ltd., has a capacity of 
150,000 feet daily, and that of t" 
Vancouver Cedar Mills, Ltd., 100,000 
feet of lumber and 700,000 shingles. 
Allen S bkpr C R D Co 
Bell T W blacksmith C R D Co 
Blanchard H C laborer C R D Co 
Bruce G C 3rd engr C R D Co 
Canadian Robert Dollar Co Ltd E D 

Horton supt lumber mfrs 
Clegg T tallyman C R D Co 
Cummins E P bkpr V C M 
Hanson A sup eng V C M 
Heeney B A & Co gen store and PM 
Heeney C A of B A Heeney & Co 
Heeney Capt of B A Heeney & Co 
Helland B carp C R D Co 
Hicks Fred fireman C R D & Co 
Hicks Wm pipefitter C R D & Co 
Horton E D supt C R D Co 
Jensen W laborer C R D Co 
Kidd H W timekpr C R D & Co 
Lavoillet W sawyer C R D Co 
McGeer M truck driver C R D Co 
Rigg T yard foreman C R D Co 
Sanders C craneman C R D Co 
Shultz Mrs cook C R D Co 
Songer Chas sawyer C R D Co 
Vancouver Cedar Mills Ltd A Han- 
son sup eng 
Welsh E helper V C M 
Welsh H helper V C M 
Wirtanen G W chief eng C R D Co 

DOLLY VARDEN MINES 

in the Skeena district, 18 miles from 
Alice Arm, with which they are con- 
nected by D. V. M. Ry. 

Dolphin Island, 8 miles long, lies 
southwest of Porcher Island. 

DOME CREEK 

a post office, ranching and lumber- 
ing settlement on the G. T. P. Ry., 55 




''Built 
for 
Sleep' 

Bedsteads 

Springs 

Mattresses 

Including 
the Famous 

Osfermoor 

SIMMONS 
LIMITED 

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and 

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Jos. 

Blackburn 

& Son 

Scale 
Mechanics 

Jobbing 
Engineers 

Mechanical 
Repairs 

Flrone Sey. 7004 

1172 Howe St. 
(Bear) 

Vancouver 



Crosby 

Printing 

Co. 

Stationers 

Printers 

Embossers 

Office 
Supplies 



Phone: 
Seymour 261 

306 
Tower BIdg. 

Vancouver 
B. c. 



miles west of McBride, the nearest 
telegraph office, at junction of Dome 
Creek and Fraser River, in Fort 
George Provincial Electoral District. 
Population, 150. 

Albright A ranching 

Atoff David farming 

Benson O ranching 

Blaikle Chas mgr Dome Creek Lbr 
Co Ltd 

Brennan Jack E ranching 

Brown Sidney D saw-filer 

Campbell Geo teamster 

Campbell Jas laborer 

Carter F A ranching 

Conway J Finlay edgerman 

Crassweller Harold J laborer 

Dayton Martin prospector 

Dome Creek Farmers' Inst E L Gale 
sec 

Dufour Jos farming 

Edward J C ranching 

Gale E L ranching and sec Dome 
Creek Farmers' Inst 

Gordon Wm G R lumberman 

Gordy W ranching 

Green Percival A bookkeeper 

Hooker J B ranching 

Jensen E trapper rancher 

Jensen E W trapper 

Johnson Oscar ranching 

Johnson Richard D ranching 

Langton F ranching 

McClarty Archie farming 

McDowell Reginald H scaler 

MacNelU Jas A mixed farming 

Miller F ranching 

Miller Henry farming 

Nason Ithiel B laborer 

Peterson C W ranching 

Reade Wm farming 

Robinson Harry sawmill man 

Ryan Fred laborer 

Schiesser Jacob ranching 

Sims Jos W farming 

Stewart A laborer 

Stewart James ranching pool general 
store and PM 

Strong Leslie H engineer 

Thrasher A timekeeper 

Tyhunt R I mgr Upper Fraser Lum- 
ber Co Ltd 

Upper Fraser Lumber Co Ltd R I 

Tyhunt mgr 

Waddell Jas H laborer 

Walsh Patrick J engineer 

Westerlund H laborer 

Wilde Geo H P emp GTP 

Wylie R J ranching 

Dome (The), a mountain south of 
Glacier. 

Dome Hills, 10 miles northeast of 
Kamloops. 

Domett Point, on the north of 
Anvil Island. 



DOMINION 

a salmon cannery on Skeena River, 
13 miles east of Prince Rupert, 
reached by Union S. S. Co.'s boats. 
Population, 200, including 30 China- 
men, 100 Japanese and 50 Indians 
during fishing season, and a few 
watchmen during winter. See Direc- 
tory listings under Inverness. 

Domville Island, 1 mile long, in 
the Gulf of Georgia, 4 miles east of 
Sidney, Vancouver Island. 

Don Island, on the north side of 
Millbank Sound, 15 miles northwest 
of Bella Bella. 



DONALD 

a flag station and farming settlement 
on C. P. R. main line, 15 miles west 
of Golden, the business centre and 
post office, in Columbia Provincial 
Electoral District. Population, 15. 
Has C. P. Telegraph office. 
Brown Iver farming 
Butterfield Rex farming 
Dejordy T mixed farming 
Dixan Jas farming trapping 
Jones W mixed farming 
Knudsen Ed trapping 
Mawill H A mixed farming 
Olapson M mixed farming 
Olson E farming 
Prise F mixed farming 
Serafinchon F sec frmn 
Studineck Emil farming 
Studineck T farming 

Donegal Head, on the southeast of 
Malcolm Island. 

Donkin Mountain, 10 miles south 
of Glacier. 

DONOHOE MINES 
CORPORATION 

a Dominion Government long-dis- 
tance telephone office, 29 miles north 
of Merritt, the business centre, in 
Kamloops Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, and 14 miles from Quilchena, 
the post office. 

Hawkes F M mining engineer and 
agent Dom Govt Telephone 

DOOLEY 

a flag station on the Patricia Bay 
route, 9 miles from Victoria. 

Doos River, 5 miles long, runs In- 
to Owekano Lake. 

Dorcas Point, on the east of Na- 
noose district, 17 miles northwest 
of Nanaimo. 

DORISTON 

a pest office, fishing and logging 
settlement on Sechelt Inlet, in North 
Vancouver Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, reached by launch from Sechelt.- 
Has telegraph office, public school. 
Local resources: Fishing and logging. 
Brown W rancher 

Burnetto Logging Camp 

Courtney G ranching 

Emerson Wm ranching 

Ericson Fred ranching and logging 

Ericson Pete ranching 

Greg Geo ranching 

Hammond C O ranching 

Johnston L ranching 

Kleven O C ranching and logging 

Larson's Logging Camp 

Lloyd Sam Govt agt and PM 

Marton G ranching 

Monrufet Geo ranching 

Montgomery Charles ranching 

Montgomery David ranching 

Montgomery Robt ranching 

Newald Pete logger 

Nickleson Martin logging 

Pierce Geo ranching 

Pollock & Ross Logging Co 

Rogers Geo logging 

Schroeder Wm ranching 

Smith Gilbert ranching 

Steele Geo ranching 

Stuart H ranching 

White Geo ranching 

Whyte Walter mining 



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DORR 

a post office and station on the G. N. 

Ry., 42 miles south of Fernie, in 

Fernie Provincial Electoral District. 

Has Kootenay Telephone. Lumbering 

and ranching. 

Adolph Lumber Co logging camp 

Bertram Ward bush foreman 

Birch J logger 

Chandler G ranching 

Faulkner W logger 

Gregson H J P lumbering and PM 

Hilton Geo ranching 

Howell Chas ranching 

Hynds "W B ranchin'fe 

James David ranching 

Jones Harry ranching 

Kasper Jos ranching 

Kosby Frank ranching 

Koziol John section man 

Krasowski Jan section man 

Lesini Albt section foreman 

Merryfield A ranching 

Miller Frank ranching 

Minton "W H ranching 

Mojak John ranching 

Peter John ranching 

Poston J S ranching 

Kosby F aairy farming 

Savva Peter 

Schagel J mill foreman 

Shimenski P sec foreman 

Smith P M of FSML Co 

Smith F M Lumber Co sawmill 

Wilkinson H ranching 

Wodyga Ludy ranching 

Wooton John ranching 

DORREEN 

a station on the G. T. P. Ry. and 
Skeena River, 6 miles east of Pacific, 
P. O., 125 northeast of Prince Rupert, 
and 3 west of Lome Creek, in Prince 
Rupert Provincial Electoral District. 
Local resources: Mining, including 
promising prospects of gold and sil- 
ver. Agriculture has a promising 
outlook also. 

Cadden C E Dom Govt tel opr 

Carpenter C E farming 

Follie Henry mixed farming 

Graham Bros labors 
I Lamb Geo farming 
I McDonald Roderick farming 
' McXichol Peter laborer 
, Michael Arthur farming 

Taylor C prospecting 

DOT 

a post office and station on the K V 
,Ry., 20 miles southeast of Spence's 
I ^".^^^' the nearest C. P. R. telegraph 
1 office, m Yale Prov. Elec. Dist. Local 

rr^ources: Ranchmg. 
' iiing .T ranching 
f'ell Jas ranching 

^ .a Mrs Ada R postmistress 

beal „ohn section foreman 

Torrance Ted ranciier 

Double Island, in Pryce Channel, 
north Lund. 

Double Island, 5 miles northwest 
of Redonda Island. 

1 DOUGHTY 

la station on the G. T. P Ry in 
^Bulkley Valley, 22 miles northwest 
lot Smithers, the post office and 
inearest telegraph office, in Omineca 
[Provincial Electoral District. 
■Carroll T L farming 



DOUGLAS 

a farming settlement, 3 miles from 
White Rock, 2 miles north of inter- 
national boundary, and 23 miles 
south of New Westminster, in Delta 
Provincial Electoral District. See 
names under Cloverdale, distant 7 
miles. 

DOUGLAS BAY 

a settlement on Gambler Island, 
Howe Sound, in North Vancouver 
Prov. Elec. Dist., 2 miles southeast 
of Long Bay, the post office, which is 
reached by Union S.S. Co.'s boats 
from Vancouver. 

McLennan R P prize Jersey cattle 
raising also fruit ranching. 

Douglas Channel, between the west 
side of Hawkesbury Island and the 
mainland, Skeena District. 

Douglas Creek, 6 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Boundary Creek. 

Douglas Harbor, on the northwest 
of Moresby Island, Queen Charlottes. 

Douglas Island, in the Eraser 
River, 5 miles east of New Westmin- 
ster. About 1 mile long. 

DOUGLAS LAKE 

a post office and ranching settlement 
in Nicola Valley, on Douglas Lake, 
Yale Provincial Electoral District, 
reached by stage from Nicola, on the 
K. V. Ry., distant 30 miles. Has Do- 
minion Government Long Distance 
Telephone office. An Indian Reserve 
at the opposite end of the lake con- 
sists of 25 families. 

Alexander Jas farming 

Almon B mixed farming 

Appleby M ranch hand 

Armstrong Thos C laborer 

Battle Geo ranch hand 

Ba>'nes E J ranch hand 

Bearsto R P ranch hand 

Bond Talbot Norf old ranch 

Campbell J ranch hand 

Campbell W^ H ranch hand 

Captain Harry farming 

Cataro F ranch hand 

Charters H cowboy 

Charters Robt cowboy 

Clark R ranch hand 

Coutlee Joe jr ranch hand 

Coutlee Joe farmn cow camp 

Douglas Lake Cattle Co Ltd cattle 

and horses 
Duncan P cowboy 
Dryer M J blksmith 
Fox L ranch hand 
Graham L foreman 
Greaves Jos B ranch hand 
Guttierrez Alfred ranch hand 
Hovell J cowboy 
Leiper R ranch hand 
Leith G H ranch frmn 
Laviguer David rancher 
McLean Geo cowboy 
Marshall F ranching 
Mathewson A E cowboy 
Mellen J farming 
O'Connor T B ranch hand 
Peterson A ranch hand 
Ragan J E ranch hand 
Riddell Geo ranch hand 
Saul David farming 
Shuttleworth Reginald cowboy 
Strong S H ranch hand 
Stukee John fanning 



Dr. 
T. 

Glendon 

M 
O 
O 
D 
Y 

"The 

Gentle 

Dentist" 

T-wo Big 
Offices: 

DAWSON 
BLOCK 

(Cor. Main and 
Hastings) 

and Corner 

Georgia 

and 

Granville 

opp. Hudson's 
Bay 



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don't pay 
me. 



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tnoKAumo Co.. 

5l8HdSTmOSST.IU. 
MI1COUU£R.B.C. 

Cuts 
DRdiiimtis 

(in onE OR 

MORE COLORS) 



flEUiSP/IPERS, 

M/jo/izirrES,' 

SOUUEfilR 
EDITIONS 



LABELS. 
TRADE MARKS. 
LETTER HEADS. 

POSTERS.^ 
ILLUMHT/fTED 
ADDRESSES. 

- T C. 



LOhrystal 
& Go. Ltd. 

Building 
Contractors 

Alterations 

Jobbing 

Etc 



"On the Viaduct" 

108 

Georgia St. East 

Vancouver 

B. C. 



Ward Francis B mgr D L Cattle C 

and PM 
"Whyte J mech 
Williams Chas farming 
Wilton R ranch hand 

Douglas Mountain, at Gordon 
Head, 5 miles north of Victoria. 

Douglas Mountain, 8,000 feet high, 
5 miles north of Harrison Lake. 

Dove Creek, 6 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Courtenay River. 

Dowager Island, 10 miles long, 23 
miles northwest of Bella Bella. 

Downes Point, on the south of 
Hornby Island. 

Downie, a point on the C. P. R. 14 
miles west of Glacier. 

Downie Creek, 24 miles long, a 
tributary on the left bank of Colum- 
bia River, 43 miles north of Revel- 
stoke. 

DOYLE 

a station on , C. P. R. Cranbrook- 
Golden line, 6 miles from Wasa. No 
agent, charges must be prepaid. Ad- 
dress mail via Fort Steele. 
Bridges Lumber Co Ltd mfrs Ibr 



DRAGON 

a flag station on the P. G. E. 
about 4% miles from Quesnel. 



Ry. 



DRAGON LAKE 

a ranching settlement 4 miles east of 
Quesnel, the post office and business 
centre, in Cariboo Provincial Elec- 
toral District, reached by stage and 
gasoline launch between Quesnel and 
Fort George. Has public school. 
Dragon Lake itself is 4% miles long 
and has an average width of 1 mile. 
Improved land averages $100 per 
acre, unimproved $5. 
Anderson D H ranching 
Baker Mrs G R ranching 
Early Otis ranching 
Ekin W E farming 
Gook J farming 
Hilborn E L ranching 
Hughes H farming 
Irwin Draper ranching 
Irwin W ranching 
Johnson R farming 
Lazzerin John ranching 
Lust Frank ranching 
Norwood Thos ranching 
Tachel Bert ranching 
Trueman James ranching 
Trueman Thos ranching 
Warden Horace ranching 
Warden M farming 
Zechiedeck Chas ranching 

Drainey's Inlet, 14 miles long, on 
the south side of entrance to Rivers 
Inlet. 

Drew Harbour, on the southeast of 
Valdes Island, 1 mile east of Heriot 
Bay. 

Drew Pass, on the northeast of 
Read Island. 

Drift Creek, 7 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Lardeau River. 

Driftwood Creek, 10 miles long, a 
tributary of Bugaboo Creek, Galena. 

Driftwood River, 40 miles long, 
runs into north of Tacla Lake, at 
Bulkley. 

Drum Lake, 1 mile long, in the 
west of the Comox District, Van- 
couver Island. 



DRUM LUMMON BAY 

a mining camp on Douglas Channel, 
in Prince Rupert Prov. Elec. Dist., 
100 miles southeast of Prince Rupert, 
reached by steamer to Hartley Bay, 
the post office, thence by launch. 
Prince Rupert is the business centre 
and nearest telegraph office of the 
C. P. R. The Union S. S. Co.'s steam- 
ers call twice a month at the mines. 
Local resources: Copper, gold and 
silver mines. 

Drum Lummon Mines Ltd C L Copp 
supt head office Vancouver 

Drum Rock, on the north side of 
entrance to Barclay Sound, Vancou- 
ver Island. 

Drury Creek. See Dairy Creek. 

DRURY INLET 

an inlet 35 miles northeast of Alert 
Bay, reached by Union S.S. Co.'s boat 
from Vancouver, which delivers mail 
by private bag to each camp. Nearest 
telephone and telegraph offices at 
Alert Bay. Extensive logging opera- 
tions here. 

Dempsey Ewart logging opr 
Moore Harry logging opr 
Northern Cedar Co logging 
Northern Pacific Co logging 
Wayt Owen logging opr 
Willett Ben logging supt 

Drury Inlet, runs in a northwest 
direction for 23 miles into the Coast 
district, 2 miles northeast of Brough- 
ton Island, and 230 miles northwest 
of Vancouver. It lies south of Lat. 
51, Long. 127. 

Dryad Point, a lighthouse on the 
north side of Seaforth Channel, north 
of Bella Bella. 

Drv Creek, 6 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Wilson Creek, Slocan Lake. 

Dry Creek, 4 miles long, runs into 
Kettle River near its source. 

DRYNOCH 

a flag station on C. P. R. on south 
side of Thompson River, 7 miles west 
of Spence's Bridge, the post office, in 
Yale Provincial Electoral District. 
Grandinetti Carmeliti sec foreman 

Dublin Creek, 3 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Perry Creek. 

Dubois Creek, 1 mile long, 9 miles 
nothwest of Kamloops. 

Duck Cove, on the south of Gilford 
Island. 

DUCK CREEK 

a station on the C. P. R., no agent, 9 
miles east of Creston Crow's Nest 
branch. See names under Wyndell. 

Duck Creek, 25 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Omineca River. 

Duck Creek, 12 miles long, runs 
into Duck Lake, at south end of 
Kootenay Lake. 

Duck Creek, 7 miles long, runs in- 
to Cariboo Lake, Cariboo District. 

Duck Island, in the north of Ken- 
nedy Lake, Vancouver Island. 

Duck Lake, 2 miles long, 11 miles 
south of Ducks 

Duck Lake, 2 miles long, 10 miles 
north of Kelowna. 



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Duck Lake, in northeast of Say- 
ward District, Vancouver Island, one 
mile southwest of Stella Lake. 

Duck Lake, 4 miles long, an off- 
shoot of Kootenay Lake, at its south- 
ern extremity. 

DUCK RANGE 

a post office and mixed farming 
settlement in Kamloops Provincial 
Electoral District, reached by stage 
from Ducks, the business centre and 
nearest C. P. R. and telegraph office, 
distant 6 miles northwest. Has Do- 
minion Government Long Distance 
Telephone office, Presbyterian church 
and public school. Population, 70. 
Allan Mrs Elsie T dairy farming and 

PM 
Allan T J dairy farming 
Bail Jos farming 
Berry John mixed farming 
Blackburn R farming 
Charlton Wm mixed farming 
De Kok Francis farmer 
De Leeuw Marcel farming 
Fox Lewis and Fred mixed farming 
Hanna N O farming 
Hudson G A mixed farming 
Hudson Wm Arthur farmer 
Langman G mixed farming 
MacKean John James rancher 
Manly Frank mixed farming 



Morrison Ernest mixed farming 
Mude Clifford Jas farmer 
Mude Jas mixed farming 
Robinson J Herbert mixed farming 
Sinclair Hugh farming 

DUCKS 

a flag station on C. P. R. main line 
(no agent) and Dom. Govt, telephone 
office, 18 miles east of Kamloops, in 
Kamloops Prov. Elec. Dist. See 
names under Monte Creek, one-eighth 
mile distant. 

Dudedontu River, 50 miles long, 
runs into Inklin River, Atlin Dis- 
trict. 

Duff Point, on the west of Eden 
Island. 

Duffy Creek, 7 miles long, runs 
into Kamloops Lake, 15 miles west 
of Kamloops. 

Duffy Lake, 2 miles long, at the 
head of the Cayoose River, 30 miles 
southwest of Lillooet. 

Duhamel Creek, 8 miles long, runs 
into west arm of Kootenay Lake, 8 
miles northeast of Nelson. 

DUNBAR HEIGHTS 

a sub post office and suburb of Van- 
couver. See listings under Vancou- 
ver. 



D 



unccin 



(P. O. name, Duncan's Station) a 
city on the E. & N. Ry., 40 miles 
north of Victoria, Vancouver Island, 
in Cowichan Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. Beautifully situated on Cow- 
ichan River, and adjacent to Somenos 
Lake, one mile; Quamichan Lake, 2 
miles, and Cowichan Lake 18 miles 
Inland, all of which are noted fish- 
ing resorts. Duncan is the centre of 
a delightful farming district and en- 
joys the most equable climate in the 
Province. It is the business and dis- 
tributing point for the adjacent 
farming, mining and lumbering in- 
terests, and business activities em- 
brace all branches of trade. Office 
of Provincial Government Agent, 
Assessor and Collector Cowichan Dis- 
trict, Provincial Police Constable, 
District Registrar of County Court, 
Agent Dominion Department of In- 
dian Affairs, Cowichan District; 
Deputy Collector Inland Revenue 
(Canada), and Sub-Collector of Cus- 
toms, outport of Nanaimo. Has pub- 
lic and high schools, and Anglican. 
Methodist, Presbyterian and R. C. 
churches. Has C. P. Telegraph and 
B. C Telephone Population 1,200. 
Local resources: Dairying, poultry- 
raising, timber, excellent residential 
district, good auto roads, including 
Island Highway. Stage runs to Cow- 
ichan Bay, Cowichan Lake and Maple 
Bay from Central Garage. 

Snncan City Officers 
Mayor — E. F. Miller. 
Clerk — James Greig. 
Aldermen — H. "W. Dickev, T. Pitt, 
O. T. Smythe, R. Whittington 

North. Cowichan Koiiicipallty 
Reeve — A C. Aitken. 
Clerk and Treasurer — C. S. Crane. 
Councillors — James Menzies, Mark 



Rivett, 



Green, Dennis Ashby, P. T. 
Chemainus 

B. C. Govemment Officers 

Government Agent, Assessor and 
Collector — J. Maitland-Dougall. 

Dist. Superintendent Agricultural 
Education — "W. M. Fleming. 

Provincial Constable — W. Kier. 

Postmaster — David Ford. 
Adams Mildred F opr B C Tel Co 
Aitken A C farming 
Aldersey Frank acct Duncan Garage 
Alexander David farming 
Alexander James farming 
Alington W farming 
Allcorn Sidney elk Cow Merchants 
Anderson A L blacksmith R Grassie 

& Son 
Anderson John mgr R B Anderson & 

Son 
Anderson R B & Son plumbing and 

heating 
Anglim Gordon W opr E & N Ry 
Archer Allan G mechanic 
Armour Thos whsmn E & N Ry 
Ash J H egg pkr Cow Creamery 
Atherton Mabel school teacher 
Auchinachie Elsie I elk S R Kirkham 
Auchinachie Peter mixed farming 
Auchinacie Maude elk H F Prevost 

BAKK OF MONTBEAI. 
Henry T. Beed, Managrer. 

Barkley Capt R E pres Cow Agricul- 
tural Soc 
Baron Miss L E milliner ladies' wear 
Batstone W H janitor Cow Merch 
Bayne Richard chauffeur Duncan 

Garage 
Bazett Chas farmer and auctioneer 
Beard J D chief of police North Cow- 
ichan Mun 
Beckwith Sylvester clerk Cow Merch 
Beilby Richd H jr Bk of Montreal 
Bell Alex C teller Bk of Montreal 
Bell Angus A farming 



For 

Women's 
and 
Hisses' 
Ready- 
to-wear, 
Shoes, etc 




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Layritz 
Nurseries 

Established 
1890 



Largest and 
Best -selected 
Stock of 

Fruit and 

Ornamental 

Trees 

in the Province 



VICTORIA 

B.C. 



Dickson's 

Importing 

Tea and Coffee 

Co., Limited 

Wholesale and 
Retail Import- 
ers, Roasters, 
Blenders and 
Packers 

TEAS 

COFFEES 

COCOA 

8""^ lor Prices 
and Samples 

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Bell Meadley elk Cow Merch 

Bevan H W (Leather & Bevan) stock 

farm 
Black Dr Norman prin high school 
Blair John D farming 
Blythe W E farming 
Boak Jesse drayman 
Bonsall Leonard chauf Cow Merch 
Bowyer G bkpr Mayo Lbr Co 
Bradshaw Cecil L elk Cow Merch 
Bradshaw Geo whsmn Van Milling & 

Grain Co 
Bradshaw G E farming 
Brettingham Frank A sub-collector 

customs 
B C Laundry (Chinese) 
B C Telephone Co Ltd M F Gordo 

agent 
Bromilow C E farming 
Brookbank Lindley elk Powel & Mac- 

millan 
Brookes W T veterinary surgeon 
Brown Jas T mechanic 
Brown O C carpenter 
Brownsey Fredk A elk Cow Merch 
Brownsey G carpenter and builder 
Burchett A artist 
Burchett John chauffeur Duncan 

Garage 
Burton Reginald mech Duncan Gar- 
age 
Butler Rev J R Methodist minister 
Butler Kate opr B C Tel Co 
Butt Frances M elk H F Prevost 
Cairnsmore Bakery E Potts prop 
Campbell Donald appr Cowichan 

Leader 
Campbell J M contractor 
Campbell Lydia chief opr B C Tel Cc 
Campbell Mary opr B C Tel Co 
Campbell P acct Cow Leader 
Canadian Bank of Commerce A J 

Marlow mgr 
Canadian Financiers Trust Co (Van- 
couver) Leather & Bevan local cor- 
respondents 
Canadian National Rys H W Dickie 

agt rail and steamship tickets 
C P Telegraph B G Colborne agent 
Carberry Fred cartage 
Carr-Hilton A D teller Bank of Com 
Carter A P asst prin high school 
Castley Dorothy M elk Bk of Com 
Castley Florence N stenogr Prov 

Govt office 
Castley May D opr B C Tel Co 
Castley Thos farming 
Castley W J contractor 
Central Garage J Marsh prop 
Chambers Harold prop Old Curiosity 

Shop 
Charter Lumber Co Ltd W Colpman 

pres R C Miller sec-treas 
Chaster John W mech Duncan Garage 
Cheeke G A vice-pres Duncan Board 

of Trade 
Chew Deb gen store 
Chisholm Bros mixed farming 
Christie Miss D G school teacher 
Christmas Rev F G retired 
Church C A J ledger Bk of Montreal 
Churchill Benj teaming draying 
City Bakery Page & Lanudell props 
City Meat Market Edward Stock 

prop 
Clark Hugh elk A S Hadden 
Clark John R plumber R B Anderson 

& Son 
Colborne B G express and tel agt 
Colk Geo meat ctr City Mt Mkt 
Collard Col C E CB (retired mariner) 
CoUiard Gabrielle asst PM 
Colliard Helen M opr B C Tel Co 
Colpman W pres Charter Lbr Co 
Constantine Alec elk W C Tanner 
Corbishley W T prop Duncan Coal 

Depot 



Corfield Herbert frmn mech Duncan 

Garage 
Corfield Norman mgr Duncan Garage 
Corfield Mrs R C of Tea Kettle Inn 
Corfield W B C slsmn Duncan Garage 
Corney Harry mech Duncan Garage 
Coulter Allan H plumber and tin- 
smith elec 
Cowichan Agri Soc Opt R E Barkley 

pres 
Cowichan County Club Frank G 

Smithson hon sec 
Cowichan Creamery J N Evans pres 

Walter Paterson sec butter eggs 
Cowichan Creamery Assn W Patter- 
son sec 
Cowichan Farmers' Inst and Agri 

Assn Wm Waldon sec 
Cowichan Joinery Works Geo H Sav- 
age mgr 

COWICHAN- I.EASEB. 

(Thursday). Cowichan Printlngr & 
Pub. Co. Iitd., Publishers, Sugla. 
Savagfe, Mng-. Editor. 

Cowichan Meat Market C B Mains 

prop 
Cowichan Merchants Ltd A H Peter- 
son pres and sales mgr W L B 
Young sec and mgr gen store 
Cowichan Public Library 
Cowichan Restaurant Eng Ah Sam 

prop 
Cowichan Women's Inst Mrs R Whid- 

den sec 
Cowie R S farming 
Craig Neil R asst elk N Cow Mun 
Cran D land surveyor 
Crane C,S elk and treas N Cow Mun 
Cresswell E T lawyer and farming 
Cummings Wm lineman B C Tel Co 
Cunningham Cecil de T farming 
Currie's Drug Store Jarvis Wm Cur- 

rie prop 
Curry Walter J farming 
Davidson Miss J P instr Dom Science 

Pub Schools 
Davie C F barrister and solr 
Davies Roger of Plaskett's Mt Mkt 
Day Victor mech Duncan Garage 
Denny Nora C prin school 
Dickie C H MP for Nanaimo Consty 
Dickie H W real est ins and agt CNR 
Dirom Albert M asst to City Clerk 
Dirom Andrew sec frmn 
Dirom I Olive elk S R Kirkham 
Dobson Chris auto carpenter 
Dobson W painter 

Dom Express and Tel Benj G Col- 
borne agt 
Duncan Barber Shop W R Cornwell 

prop 
Duncan Board of Trade Hugh Savage 
pres G A Cheeke yice-pres E W 
Neel sec 
Duncan Coal Depot W T Corbishley 

prop 
Duncan Garage Ltd Norman T Cor- 
field mgr 
Duncan James grocer 
Duncan Kenneth F real est ins fin agt 
Duncan Opera House J Mclntyre W 

Waddell 
Duncan Tailor Shop K Myake prop 
Dwyer W^ M of Dwyer & Smithson 
Dwyer & Smithson men's turns 
Dykes Watson physician 
E & N Ry R C Fawcett agt 
Eastwood J farming 
Ellingham Guy R acct C W O'Neill 
Eng Ah Sam prop Cow Restaurant 
Estridge John J farming 
Evans Albert O farming 
Evans Edw M farming i 

Evans Francis H farming 
Evans John N pres Cow Creamery 
Evans Wm mech Duncan Garage 



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Fawcett R C agent E & N Ry 
Fennell J C mgr J M Wood 
Fielding Fred del Cairnsmore Bakery 
Flndlay Gordon mech H Peile 
Findlay Jas frmn Cowichan Leader 
Fischer Mary elk P O 
Fleming Wm M dist agri repres Prov 

Govt 
Flett Jas elk Prov Govt office 
Florence Jessie elk Cow Merchants 
Ford I>avid postmaster 
Ford Douglas J R mech Duncan Grge 
Forrest Robt P elk Cow Merch 
Fox Henry S elk H W Fox 
Fox H "W dry goods 
French Chas M dentist D K Kerr 
Fry J H meat market 
Garrard H R city electrician 
Gartside-Spaight Gen C "W retired 
Gibson John baker Cairnsmore Bkry 
Glsborne F N elk Can Bk of Com 
Goddard Alfred elk Lfwyer & Smith- 
son 
Gooding Fred R stockman Duncan 

Garage 
Gordon Claude A R farming 
Gordon Margaret I agt B C Tel Co 
Gorton A E elk R A Thorpe 
Gough Hugh E harnessmkr 
Government Liquor Store H B Hay- 
ward vendor 
Grainger H G asst egg pkr Cow Crmy 
Grassie C of R Grassie & Son 
Grassie R & Son blacksmith 
G W V Assn J E Stillwell sec 
Green A E tailor 
Green J B BC land surveyor 
Green Mark farming and councillor 
Greer Mrs M stenogr Cow Merch 
Greig Jas city elk sec Duncan Cons 

Board of School Trustees 
Grigg Major E W farming 
Gwyther A E feed slsmn Cow Crmry 
Hadden Alex S of Hadden's Csh Hdw 
Hadden's Cash Hdw A S Hadden 
Halpenny Heyman W tree pruner 
Hamilton Ruble opr B C Tel Co 
Hanham A W ret banker 
Harper Walter B merchant 
Harris G A painter 
Harris Hazel elk L E Baron 
Harris Mrs I M wtrss Leyland Cafe 
Hatter W J S slsmn Cow Creamery 
Hattie D R farm impts harness bcls 
Hawksford R mgr Sparks Co 
Hayward Harold B vendor Govt 

Liquor Store 
Heintzman & Co Ltd A L Spurrier 

repres pianos etc 
Helen Bros (Henry L and Herbert) 

cigars taxidermists 
Helen Henry L of Helen Bros 
Helen Herbert of Helen Bros 
Helen L A stationery 
Henslowe J C architect 
Herbert-Stepney Eva elk Bkof Mont 
Herd Muriel stenogr Prov Govt office 
Herd Wm farming 
He>-worth W B carpenter 
Highland Lumber Co Ltd E F Miller 
Hlllcrest Lumber Co Ltd C Stone mgr 
Hills D C bkpr Cow Creamery 
Hilton E Carr sec K D Hospital 
Hilton E W Carr ret banker 
Hird Lawrence M of J L Hird & Son 
Hird J L & Son plumbers 
Hitchcox Mrs F hairdresser 
Hoey Ferguson acct J H Whittome 

& Co 
Hop Wo Hing gen store 
Hopkins C H mgr V I Greenhouses 
Huddon-Smith Mrs M stenogr J H 

"Whittome & Co Ltd 
Inches Miss M school teacher 
Indian Office Alfred H Lomas agt 
Innes-Xoad Mrs G 
Innes-Noad H retired 



I O O F Duncan Lodge No 17 James 

Duncan sec 
Irving Thos J mgr Island Drug Co 
Island Drug Co H A Patterson prop 
Jackson Harold elk Cow Meat Mkt 
James Douglas architect 
Jaynes John gas engines and auto 

repiairs 
Jaynes Phil elk Oow Merch 
Jaynes W P farming pres Cowichan 

Merchants 
Johnson Miss M S school teacher 
Johnston A C farming 
Jiidd Hy F elk Cow Merch Ltd 
Keats Brandley C mail contr 
Kennett Geo hlpr city elec 
Kennett Howard elk H W Dickie 
Kerr D E dentist 
Kier Wm prov constable 
Kinch M A plant supt B C Tel Co 
King Dora opr B C Tel Co 
King J section E & X Ry 
King Regd asst city elec 
Kings Daughters Hospital E Carr 

Hilton sec Mrs A Matheson matron 
Kirkham S R general store 
Knights of Pythias Maple Lodge Xo 

15 J X Evans K of R S 
Knocker E H contractor 
Knocker Mabel school teacher 
Knox Louis A farming 
Kwong Sang Co grocers 
Laborn J A elk Cow Merch 
Lamb S M farming 
Lambert W H G ledger Bk of Mont 
Lamont John dairyman 
Lansdell Percy W of Page & Lans- 

dell 
Law H S elk Cow Merch 
Lazenby Frances attendant D E Kerr 
Lazenby Mabel S opr B C Tel Co 
Lazenby Thos asst city elec eng 
Leather Frank S of Leather & Bevan 

i;£athi:r & sEVAisr 

Heal £stat« and Insurance, Parm 
TttmdB, Etc. 

Lee E W carpenter and contractor 
LeFevre Adah steno Central Garage 
Lehman A W vet surgeon 
Leyland Edith elk F Leyland 
Leyland Fred cafe 
Lomas Alfred H Indian agt 
Low Kee shoemaker and repr 
Lowood J batterj- Duncan Garage 
Lynn Allan vulcanizer Duncan Grge 
McCuish Wm T mgr Van Milling Co 
McDevitt Harry T asst mgr Genoa 

Bay Lbr Co Ltd (Genoa Bay) 
McGregor Thos W elk Cow Merch 
McTntyre Joseph J of Dun Opera Hse 
McKay E R retired 
McKay Stewart E mechanic 
McKinnon Alex mechanic 
McKinnon Angus farming dairying 
McLay J C farming 
McXeil Geo farming 
McNichol Mrs A B candy ice cream 
McXichol T H cleaning and pressing 
McXichol Wm elk James Duncan 
Macey Allan mech Duncan Garage 
Macintyre Peter slsmn Cow Creamery 
Macmillan M K of Powel & Macmil- 

lan 
Maguire Rosetta opr B C Tel Co 
Mahon W H chicken farming 
Mains C B prop Cowichan Meat Mkt 
Maitland-Dougall J Prov Govt agt 

stip magistrate assessor and colctr 
Mann H C assistant district engnr 
Marlow Archd J mgr Can Bk of Com 
Marsh Hector chauf Central Garage 
Marsh J prop Central Garage 
Mason Geo C mechanic 
Matheson Mrs A matron K D Hosp 
Mawle Stanley stock asst Dun Grge 
May H W farming 



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Mayo Lumber Co Singh Bros mgrs 
Mellin D G mining engineer 
Menzies James farming 
Merry A J constable and poundkpr 
Miller Edw F acct and auditor mgr 

Highland Lbr Co and mayor 
Miller R G sec-treas Charter Lbr Co 
Milne H farming 

Miyake K prop Duncfan Tailor Shop 
Miyake K grocer 
Monk P A photographer 
Morgan John prop Quamichan Hotel 
Morley Joseph G baggage E & N Ry 
Morten Elizabeth M school teacher 
Munro Rev A F Presby minister 
Munro H G elk Can Bk of Com 
Murchie Wm millwright 
Mutter J Islay real est fin ins notary 
Neal Dorothy nurse K D Hospital 
Neel E W sec Duncan Board of Trade 

and fruit ranching 
New Method Laundry Dwyer & 

Smithson agents 
Norie F J notary with J H Whit- 

tome & Co 
Norie H A auditor and acct 
Ogden Chas shoe repairer 
Old Curiosity Shop Harold Cham- 
bers prop 
O'Neill Chas W public acct 
Page Arthur of Page & Lansdell 
Page & Lansdell props City Bakery 
Palmer C G farming 
Paterson Walter mgr Cow Creamery 
Patterson Esther EMC steno J F 

Mutter 
Patterson H A prop Island Drug Co 
Paull Thos J farming 
Payne Madeline elk Cow Merchants 
Peile Harrison blksmth welder etc 
Pemberton F B farming 
Peterson A B pres and sales mgr of 

Cowichan Merchants Ltd 
Phillip E P bicycles and repairs 
Phillips J E H of Veteran Auto & 

Sign Painting 
Pitt C express and dray 
Pitt Chas W rural carrier RMD No 1 
Plaskett David of Plaskett's Meat 
Market ^ , ^^ ^ 

Plaskett Eli driver Duncan Coal Dpt 
Plaskett Eli hlpr J M Wood 
Plaskett's Meat Market Plaskett & 

Davies props 
Pollock James D yd mgr Hillcrest 

Lumber Co 
Poppert A W physician and surgeon 
Potts E prop Cairnsmare Bakery 
Powel A Elizabeth steno Powel & 

MacMillan 
Powel W Bruce of Powel & Mac- 
Millan „ . , 
Powel & MacMillan mens furnishngs 

boots and shoes 
Pressey Col A farming 
Prevost H F books and stationery 
Price Edw A of Tzouhalem Hotel 
Price Mrs E A of Tzouhalem Hotel 
Price Llewellyn lino opr Cow Leader 
Punnett Harold R road supt North 

Cowichan Municipality 
Quamichan Hotel John Morgan prop 
Quamichan Lake School P G Skrim- 

shire teacher 
Reed Henry T mgr Bk of Montreal 
Reeves Thos grocer 
Reeves Wm F elk and opr Dom Ex- 
press and Telegraph 
Rey Alexis service man Duncan Gar- 

Rey Francis meeh Duncan Garage 
Richardson Wm G elk Cow Merchants 
Riley Thos lineman B C Tel Co 
Robertson Donald elk Cow Merchants 
Robertson Kate steno Dom Indian 
Agent 



Robertson Marjorie tel opr Cowichan 

Merchants Ltd 
Robertson Walter lineman BC Tel Co 
Robertson Wm R ranching 
Robinson W S sec Sahtlam Sch Bd 
Rofe Edw mech Duncan Garage 
Rowa Miss O J school teacher 
Ruffle Mrs B M school teacher 
Ruscombe-Poole H R farming 
ST. EDWABDS R. C. CHTTBCH 

Rev. Francis Boshouwers, G.M.M. 
Sam Lee shoe repairer 
Saunders James painter 
Savage Daisy cashr Cow Merchants 
Savage Geo H mgr Cow Joinery Wks 
Savage Hugh mng editor Cowichan ; 
Leader ' 

Scholey V C elec goods 
Scott Amelia steno Cow Merchants 
Sejrup Victor M buttermkr Cowichan 

Creamery 
Shaddock Thos delivery W C Tur- 
ner 
Sherman I W carp and contractor 
Sisters of St. Ann Convent School 
Skrimshire P G tchr Quam Lake Sch 
Small Winifred nurse K D Hospital 
Smith Edwin C carp and contractor 
Smithson Frank G hon sec Cowichan 

County Club 
Smithson F G acct Bk of Montreal 
Somerville J J instr manual train- 
ing Public Schools 
Sowrey Amy elk Cow Merchants 
Sparks Co R Hawksford mgr Wil- 

lard battery service 
Spencer Norman painter 
Spurrier A L repres Heintzman & Co 
Stacey Wm princ public school 
Stedham Edwin G game warden 
Steen Robt J elk Currie's Drug Str 
Stephensan Daryl tinner 
Stephenson Rev F L Ang clergyman 
Stillwell J E farming 
Stillwell J E sec G W V A 
Stillwell Violet elk Bank of Comm 
Stock Edw prop City Meat Market 
Stone Carlton mgr Hillcrest Lbr Co 
Stonev Chas E elk Cow Merchants 
Streich Adolph barber W R Cornwell 
Stroulger Arthur E janitor pub schls 
Sunderland Bruce D P elk Bank of 

Montreal 
Suey Lee & Son general store 
Sun Chung Co fish market 
Swan H P physician 
Switzer David jeweler 
Switzer Percy watch repr D Switzer 
Symons Pearl elk Mrs F T Townsend 
Tait David shoe repairer 
Tait Robt shoe repr David Tait 
Talbot A E elk S R Kirkham 
Talbot Lilian elk Miss L E Baron 
Talbot Wm A elk Cow Merchants 
Tanner Walter C grocer etc 
Tarlton Ella W steno C F Davie 
Tea Kettle Inn Mrs R C Corfield and 

Mrs V H Wnson 
Thompson A S farming 
Thompson W P farming 
Thomson E G elk Bank of Commerce 
Thorpe R A new and second hand 

goods 
Thurm Fredk C chicken ranch 
Tipton R feed slsmn Cow Creamery 
Tombs May elk Cow Merchants 
Tombs Rowland delivery James Dun- 
can ^ 
Tombs Stanley mech Duncan Garage 
Townsend Mrs F T millinery etc 
Townsend H A serv Duncan Garage 
Toyota D cleaning and pressing 
Tranfleld Miss B M school teacher 
Tull R W farming 
! Tzouhalem Hotel Mrs E A Price prop 
United Farmers of BC W S Robm- 
son sec 



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Uyegaki Yoshizo billiard and conf 
Vancouver Island Greenhouses C H 
Hopkins mgr ^ -r .^ 

Vancouver Milling & Grain Co Ltd 

Wm T McCuish m&r 
Van Norman Olive elk P O 
W'addell Walter of Dun Opera House 
Waldon Wm sec Cowichan Farmers 
Inst and Agr Assns and Co-Op 
Fruit Growers Assn 
Walker B C mixed farming 
Walker James A acct Bank of Com 
Watson H N physician and surgeon 
Watson H W physician 
Weismiller John mixed farming 
Wells A Primrose phys and surgeon 
West Arthur chauf Cow Merchants 
AVhidden R H wheelwright and un- 
dertaker 
Whitbourn Enid C opr B C Tel Co 
Whitbourne A carpenter 
White Currie G druggist 
Whittaker A B jeweler optician 
Whittington Richard lion opr Cowi- 
chan Leader 
Whittome J H & Co Ltd real estate 
\Vhittome Robt W elk J H Whittome 

& Co 
Wilding G A elk Duncan Garage 
"Wilkinson Sydney farming 
"VVillett Wilfred A notary with Lea- 
ther & Bevan stock breeding 
Williams H A carpenter 
Wilmot K J caretaker PO 
Wilson A R farming 
Wilson Joyce bkpr Cowichan Leader 
Wilson Rachael steno Prov Dist En- 
gineer 
Wilson Mrs V H of Tea Kettle Inn 
Wood J M auto garage 
Wood T A retired 
^Voodwa^d Anita P steno Prov Govt 

Agri Office 
^Voodwa^d Ernest appr E P Phillip 
Woodward Velma steno Duncan Gar- 
age 
Wright W R C mixed farming 
Young W L B sec and gen mgr Cowi- 
chan Merchants Ltd 

DUNCAN BAY 

a post office, logging camp and 
steamer landing on route of Union 
S. S. Co., 4 miles north of Campbell 
River, on Vancouver Island. 105 

miles northwest of Vancouver. 
Blomquist John foreman 
Merrill & Ring Lumber Co Ltd Geo 
Moore mgr 



Duncan Bay, in Discovery Passage. 
on east coast of Vancouver Island, 4 
miles north of Campbell River. 

Duncan Bay, 1^4 miles north' of 
Metlakatla. 

Duncan Island, 7 miles northwest 
of Port Hardy. 

Duncan Lake. See Howser Lake. 

Duncan Mountain, 10,548 feet high, 
20 miles southeast of Glacier. 

Duncan Point, at the southeast 
corner of Knight Inlet. 

Duncan River, 50 miles long, rises 
in the north of West Kootenay and 
flows south into Howser Lake. 

DUNDARAVE 

a post office and station on P.G.E. 
Ry., 1 mile west of HoUyburn, in 
North Vancouver Prov. Elec. Dist., 
and West Vancouver Municijiality, 
reached by auto from North Vancou- 
ver, 5 miles west, and by ferry from 
Vancouver to Ambleside, thence by 



about 300, while in summer it is in- 
creased to 1,000 by summer campers. 

a.gz:nts fok bitkbasave bxai> 

ESTATE. 

vrhitaker & Whitaker, 414 Seymour 
St., Vancouver. 

Barrow and Lance hardware 

Binning Hry logging 

Black Edward coal merchant 

Blackie Jos B longshoreman 

Briggs Geo watchmaker 

Brown H M electrical engineer 

Bruce J S civil engineer 

Burns R J dept manager 

Chapman Phillip C broker 

Clarke Geo T clerk 

Collman Sidney T acct 

Cooper Frank H ranching 

Cripps John L seaman 

Cripps Robt B carpenter 

Cunningham Harold S tel opr 

Currie Geo farming 

Darnborough Thos S elec contractor 

Davis Edward A D accountant 
I Davis John A engineer 

Denny Harold carpenter 

Dick Thos salesman 

Edelston Jas gold miner 

Farrow Chas Hry accountant 

Gauthier Zephire logging 

Gracey Alexander A shipyard worker 

Grady John H retired 

Grady P D fisherman 

Green J F carpenter 

Harris F C merchant 

Harrison Benjamin R importer 

Harison Robert K blacksmith 

Hastings Archibald clerk 

Hinkley Arthur H railway checker 

HoUiday Frank W gen store 
Jackson Wm farmer 

Kershaw Robt steam engineer 

Kinney Wm H builder 
Lauder C butcher 
Lefeaux Arthur bank clerk 
Leggatt John N salesman 
Leslie Thos councillor 
Mackay Wm N D ranching 
McKinley Alexander K R M S 
McTaggert Morgan bricklayer 
McTavish Donald joiner 
Manning Wm H merchant 
Marsden Philip S law student 
Masterman Percy T broker 
Minchin WEB clerk 
Ogilvy Ralph W clerk 
Ollason Jas municipal clerk 
O'Neill Jno A 'W solicitor 
Parkinson Harry O mechanic 
Phillips Mark plasterer 
Poisson C broker 
Pollock Jas stationer 
Reid Lestock B accountant 
Richardson Geo carpenter 
Shifton Jno salesman 
Tanner Thos M carpenter 
Thompson Jas D chauffeur 
"^'^atson John W RMS 
Wilson Harry SCR course 
Woodward Reginald P dept harbour 
master 




Dundas Island, 15 miles long, 10 
miles west of Port Coguitlam. 

DUNDON 

a flag station on the P.G.E. Ry., 33 
miles north of Clinton and 37 miles 
south of Seventy-Mile House, in Lil- 
looet Provincial Electoral District. 

Dunlop Point, on the south of 
Hornby Island. 

Dunn Creek, 4 miles long, a tribu- 



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Stationery 

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Dunsany Pass, between Kinnaird 
Island and Mainland, 2 miles north 
of Broughton Island. 

DUNSMUIR 

a station on the E. & N. Ry., 6 miles 
south of Bowser and 9 miles north of 
Qualicum Beach, the business centre. 
Parksville, 15 miles south, is near- 
est C.P.R. telejgraph and post office. 
Becque John farming 
Boorman A farming 
Buss B farming 
Complin Mr farming 
Crump S farming 
Hayward G farming 
Kennedy N A farming 
Shaw D farming 
Smith Wm farming 

DUNSTER 

a post office and farming settlement 

on G.T.P. Ry., 20 miles east of Mc- 

Bride. in Fort George Provincial El- 
ectoral District. Has two schools. 

Population 200. Local resources are 

farming and in winter the getting 

out of cedar posts for prairie use 

and railway ties. 

Allgeier Leo mixed farming 

Blackwood R E farming 

Boyd Del farming 

Brown Albert farming 

Channel Leslie farming 

Channel Ray farming 

Channel Samuel M farming 

Dunster Farmers Inst R E Black- 
wood sec 

Erickson Carl farming 

Farrington D farming 

Gibbs E A farmer 

Holliday Alfred K section laborer 

Holliday Howard farmer 

Holliday Walter farmer and pres of 
Farmers Inst 

Holmes Albert W farming 

Holt Ole post and tie maker 

Horbs E farming 

Johnson A farmer 

Jones F E farmer 

Langill S farmer 

Leach A F farmer 

Lee Thomas E mixed farming 

Litzellman John farming 

Londigan Dick farming 

Long G A farmer 

Long Joseph farming 

McDonnell A R gen store and P M 

McMillan Robt farmer 

McNaughton J farming 

McPhee Donald A farming and J P 

NicoU D farming 

Orman Geo farming and sec school 

Pellehuer G farming 

Russell Geo farming 

Scott John farming 

Switzer D farming 

Wallace Bert farmer 

Watson Geo farmer 

Williamson Wm farmer 

Wilson Robert farming 

Wilson Walter farming 

Duntze Head, on the east side of 
entrance to Esquimalt Harbour, Van- 
couver Island. 

Durham Point, in Waddington 
Channel, Redonda Island. 

DURIEU 

a post office and mixed farming 
settlement in Dewdney Provincial 
Electoral District, reached by stage 
from Dewdney, the nearest point on 
the C.P.R., distant 6 miles south. 



Nearest telegraph, C. P. R. office at 
Mission City, distant 7 miles south- 
west. Has R. C. church, two saw- 
mills, shingle mill and school. 
Allan Jas N mixed farming 
Beck Claude E mixed farming 
Beck Oliver mixed farming 
Bergevin Oliver mixed farming 
Bridge Harry farming 
Brown John E steam engineer 
Buchier David J emp sawmill 
Bouchier Moses sawmill farming 
Brisson J B dairy and farm 
Cameron A A truck driver 
Cameron Mitchel logging 
Carboneau Jos stationary eng 
Carrat Lewis farming poultry 
Dory Harry shingle mill 
Hudon D farming 
Hudon Regis farming 
Jones Gethin P farming 
Kemp Wm farming 
Kyelmo Martin logging 
Lagace Amable farming and P M 
Lagace Antoinette school teacher 
Lagace Philippe carpenter 
Lagace Pierre farming 
Lonsdale Joshua W farming 
Marchives Jean farming 
Matheson John E farming 
Mynott John farming 
Pigeon Peter mixed farming 
Prat Geo A farming 
Robinson T truck driver 
Rouleau U R farming 
Rouleau Ulderic R farming 
Schmitt Jos P mixed farming 
Seux J R fruit growing 
Sharpe Stanley farming 
Stockill Arthur farming 
Sutton Thos H farming 
Thomas Wm laborer 
Warner T logging 
Whittaker Geo E farming 
Wilkinsen Chas farming 

DURKINS 

a Dominion Government Long Dis- 
tance telephone office, 7 miles from 
Nakusp, the business point, and 5 
miles from West De Mars, the post 
office. 

Durkins P farming and agent Dom 
Govt tel 

DURRANCE 

a station on the B.C.E. Ry., Saan- 
ich Division, near Brentwood, 10^4 
miles north of Victoria, in Saanich 
Provincial Electoral District. R. M. 
D. from Royal Oak. 
Durrance J farming 
Watt J & Sons farming 

Dusky Cove, on the west of Bon- 
wick Island. 

Dutch Creek, 28 miles long, runs 
into Upper Columbia Lake. 

Dutchman's Bar, on the Fraser 
River, 4 miles south of North Bend. 

DUTHIE 

a settlement in Burnaby Municipal- 
ity, about 8 miles southeast of Van- 
couver. 

Duval Point, at the west side of 
entrance to Hardy Bay on northeast 
of Vancouver Island. 

EAGER 

a passing track . on C. P. R. Crow's 
Nest line, 6 miles east of Cranbrook. 
Section crew only. 



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EAGLE BAY 

a post office and settlement 14 miles 
east of Notch Hill, on southeast side 
of Shuswap Lake, in Kamloops Pro- 
vincial Electoral District, reached by 
stage and 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, returning 
Friday. Mail twice weekly per mo- 
tor launch. Steamboat service week- 
ly. Resources: Farming, fruit grow- 
ing and logging. 
Anderson L farming 
Berdereth H farming 
Campbell Peter mixed farming 
Colter R farming 
Culen F farming 
Diebold John farming 
Eagle Bay Farmers Inst R W Reid 

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 
McHale M mixed farming 
Mackenzie A mixed farming 
Mackenzie S farming 
Morrison J farmer 
Mould Geo mixed farming 
Muggridge Geo farming 
Muldrew Wm H farming PM and JP 
Read Harry farming 
Salt R farming 
Smith D farming 
Smith Jas farming 
Smith L farming 
Sowry A farmer 
Stoops Philip D farming 
Sugden O farmer 
Sugden Thos mixed farming 
Tliomson T farming 
Turnbull "W farming 
Whitehead John farming 



EAGLE CLIFF 

a summer resort 
Bowen Island, in 
Prov. Elec. Dist., 
minal Nav. Co.'s 



on east side of 
North "Vancouver 
reached by Ter- 
boats from Van- 



couver. Nearest telegraph and post 
office at Snug Cove. No population, 
summer residents only. 

Eagle Creek. 16 miles long, runs 
into Lower Arrow Lake at Edgewood. 

Eagle Creek, 6 miles long, a tribu- 
tary on the south bank of the Koote- 
nay River, 3 miles west of Nelson. 

Eagle Creek, 5 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Tulameen River. 



EAGLE HARBOR 

a cannery on Eagle Harbor, Howe 
Sound, North Vancouver Provincial 
Electoral District, reached by P. G. 
E. Ry. North Vancouver, the post 
office, is 10 miles west. Has Gov- 
ernment Telegraph office. Popula- 
tion 10 In winter, 75 in summer, 
mostly connected with the cannery. 
Eagle Harbor Packing Co Ltd fish 

packers 
Johnson Robert fisherman 
Mioka Y fisherman 
Trotter L J 

Eagle Hill, 5 miles northeast of 
Savona. 

Eagle Lake, 8 miles long, in the 
north of the Lillooet district, 35 miles 
southeast of Lac la Hache. 



Eagle Lake, 7 miles long, in the 
Coast District Range 2, lying east 
of Lat. 52, Long. 125, and about 70 
miles west of Alexis Creek post office. 

Eagle Mount, situated east of Gla- 
cier. 

Eagle River, 29 miles long, runs 
into Shuswap Lake at Sicamous. 

Eagle River, 20 miles long, runs 
into Dease River, 13 miles west of 
Sylvester Landing. 

EARLS ROAD 

a sub-post office and suburban resi- 
dential district in South Vancouver 
P»rov. Elec. Dist., between Vancouver 
and New Westminster, reached by 
B.C. Electric Ry. and Kingsway auto 
road. See directory listings under 
Vancouver. 

EAST ARROW PARK 

a post office on the Arrow Lakes, 50 
miles south of Arrowhead in Slocan 
Provincial Electoral District, reached 
by C. P. R. lake steamers from Ar- 
rowhead and West Robson. Has 
Dominion Government long distance 
telephone office and school. Popu- 
lation 81. Local resources: Logging, 
fruit ranching and mixed farming. 
(See also Arrow Creek). 
Adhead Cris fruit and farming 
Ball Cecil S fruit growing and sec 

school board 
Campbell Chas painter and ranching 
Campbell Jas painter and fruit 
Campbell Lizzie postmistress 
Dick Daniel bricklaying and fruit 
Fesser John fruit growing farming 

and general store 
Getty Saml coppersmith and fruit 
Graham Wm farming 
Hall John mixed farming 
Job P school master 
Keffer Mrs Alfred E mixed farming 
Keffer Roy ranching 
Kerr John farming 
Marshall Wm poultry and farming 
Middlemass Sydney R ranching 
Mole Wm H mixed farming 
Pugh Ed fruit and mixed farming 
Ravener Arthur poultry and farming 
Redlands Trading Assn Ltd Co-Op 

gen store 
Roach Joe ranching 
Robbins John logger and farming 
Rogers Dan farming 
Rogers Wm farming 
United Farmers of B C R W Ash- 
worth sec 

EAST BELLA BELLA 

(For names see Bella Bella). 



EAST BURNABY 

a post office in Burnaby Municipal- 
ity, Provincial Electoral District of 
South Vancouver, reached by B.C.E. 
Ry. and auto roads from Vancouver. 
Has telephone office. See also names 
under Burnaby, Burnaby Lake, West 
Burnaby, Edmonds and New West- 
minster. 

Allen Chas contractor 

Ashworth Chas carpenter 

Bell Wm dry goods 

Brookes James W^oodworking Co Ltd 

Jas Brookes mgr special mill work 

1259 Sixth st 
Buckpitt Geo poultry 
Buckpitt T Conroy real estate 
Campbell Mrs S postmistress 




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Caswell Geo shoemaker and repairer 
CliflE Ronald mgr box factory 
Coldicutt Thos D postmaster 
Denyer F bee keeping 
Fraser Kenneth bee keeping 
Freedman Wm bee keeping 
Harris C motorman B C E R 
Hodgson Ge'j bee hive mfr 
Hughes Saml wood and coal 
Keegan R W bee keeping 
Lewis Herbert ranching 
Matheson & .Tacobson grocers 
Newsome Wm painter and decorator 
Nutt Edward meats 
Ottoe A R beo keeping 
Rowell James electrician 
Smith Geo emp Brookes W Co Ltd 
Smith John emp Brookes W Co Ltd 
Swan H W motorman B C E R 
Talpey C R grocer 

EAST CHILLIWACK 

See names under Chilliwack. 

EAST COLLINGWOOD 

See Collingwood East. 

EAST DELTA 

a farming settlement in Delta Prov. 
Elec. Dist., 10 miles from New West- 
minster. Has telephone office and 
public school. Adress mail: East 
Delta, via Ladner P.O. 
Butler Mrs gen store and farming 
Eaton Wm logging 
International Lumber Co 

EAST KELOWNA 

a post office 3 miles from Kelowna, 
in South Okanagan Provincial Elec- 
toral District. Has local telephone. 
Anglican services. Farming and 
fruit growing. Population 300. 
Affleck J M fruit growing 
Aikman R S ranching 
Allan G L fruit growing 
Allport A R fruit growing 
Allport H R fruit growing 
Armstrong Henry M fruit growing 
Atkinson H S fruit growing 
Bewlay W H fruit growing 
Blackburn S fruit growing 
Booth Alex teamster 
B C Growers packing house 
Brown W G fruit 
Canyon Creek Irrigation Co 
Carruthers R C fruit growing 
CoUett Horace C ranch mgr 
Dart Eric fruit growing 
Dendy O fruit growing 
Evans D fruit growing 
Fairweather Wm farming 
Fitzgerald W D fruit growing 
Flower R H fruit growing 
Foote F J fruit growing 
Fox C J fruit growing 
Gayfer G teamster 
Gillespie T L fruit growing 
Graham Richd T ranching 
Green B F fruit growing 
Gregory Edw fruit growing 
Grogan R J fruit growing 
Grogan R Y fruit growing 
Hart R M fruit growing 
Hennessey E E fruit growing 
Hennessey J E fruit growing 
Hewetson H J fruit growing 
Hewlett E E fruit growing 
Hill R H fruit growing 
Hinks Percy W teamster 
Houblon R E fruit growing 
Jones O S fruit growing 
Jones W water bailiff 
Kelowna Growers Exchange packing 
house 



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Kelowna Land and Orchard Co 
Lanfear A fruit growing 
MacTavish W fruit growing 
Marshall Walter fruit growing 
Moodie W fruit growing 
Nalder R F fruit growing 
Newbould Arthur fruit growing 
Occidental Fruit Co Ltd packing hse 
Patterson J H fruit growing 
Perceval C fruit growing 
Perry R H fruit growing 
Pooley I G fruit growing 
Powell E B fruit growing 
Priestly J D fruit growing 
Reekie J E fruit growing 
Reid C R fruit growing 
Rose H S fruit growing 
Rowley C carpenter 
Rowley Robt carpenter 
Rowley Robt D fruit growing 
Seddon Robl teamster 
Shaw A H fruit growing 
Shaw Phillip surveyors pupil 
Smith Alfred teamster 
Smiith R farming 
Soames A L fruit growing 
Southam Harold D ranching 
Southern H D fruit growing 
Spencer Wm C fruit growing 
Strang H fruit growing 
Tucker C fruit growing 
Wheeler John E farming 
Woodd A B fruit growing 
Wright A H S fruit growing 
Young John E orchardist 

EAST LILLOOET 

on P.G.E. Ry., 2 miles north of Lil- 
looet, the post office uftder which see 
names. 

EAST ROAD 

a flag station on the CN.R. Patricia, 
Bay line, 13 ^/^ miles north of Vic- 
toria, in Saanich Prov. Elec. Dist., 
and l^ii miles from Patricia Bay. No 
agent; charges must be prepaid. 

EAST ROBSON 

a post office and steamer landing on 
the Arrow Lakes, 30 miles from Nel- 
son, reached by C.P.R. Columbia Ri- 
ver steamers. Has B. C. telephone. 
Resources: fruit growing and poultry 
ranching. 

Robson Co-Operative Exchange 
Robson Farmers Inst farm products 
Wickham W T gen store and P O 

EAST SOOKE 

a post office in the Sooke District, 
on south side of Sooke Harbor, 30 
miles southwest of Victoria, in Es- 
quimau Provincial Electoral District, 
reached by good auto roads. Milnes 
Landing is the nearest telegraph of- 
fice, 1 mile distant. Has Dominion 
Government long distance telephone 
and bi-weekly mail and motor stage 
to Victoria. Has public school. Lo- 
cal resources: Fruit growing, farm- 
ing, mining and fishing. 
Brown P J farming 
Burnett Geo farming 
Burnett W J farming and P M 
Butcher A sheep raising 
Butcher Claude ranching 
Caffery Frank farming 
Caffery Jas farming 
Caffery Wm farming 
Forrest Alfred master mariner 
Francis H A farming 
Gillespie Alex land surv farming 
Hall G farming 
Hewitt H H 



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Maycock John farmings 
Oldershaw T C poultryman 
Thornett Hubert E farming 
Walker Reginald E farming 
Wicker A H farming 

EAST WELLINGTON 

a post office and settlement on Van- 
couver Island, 4 miles north of Nan- 
aimo, in Newcastle Provincial Elec- 
toral District, reached by stage from 
Northfield, the nearest point on the 
E. & N. Ry., 3 miles, or Nanaimo, dis- 
tant 4 miles. Methodist Church. 
Population 200. Local resources: 
Farming, mining and lumbering. 
Ballance Clarence logging 
Ballance Clement logging 
Ballance Jos mining 
Barry John lumber foreman 
Burnip S miner 
Buzzard S V laborer 
Cartwright Jas mining 
Charnock Robt mining 
Clark Jas mining 
Cook W H poultry farming 
Corbett Edward S lumberman 
Corbett Geo carpenter 
Godfrey John H planer 
Gribble John retired farmer 
Hasko Charles farmer 
Haughan Jonathan miner 
Haughan Wm T gen store and P M 
Iveson S miner 
Jingle Mine coal 
Kerruish Carl laborer 
Kerrulsh H laborer 
Kerruish James laborer 
Kidd John mining 
Kidd John P mining 
Kidd Wm mining 
Kidd Mrs Sadie asst P M 
Xiowe Albert winder at inn 
Lutley Wm farming 
McDonald Dan blacksmith 
McGargle J Wm farming 
McMillan Alexander J mail carrier 

sec Mountain school board 
Martin Wm teamster 
Maxey John farming 
Meredith Billy miner 
Meredith Richard mining 
Miller John Z sawyer 
New Ladysmith Lumber Co Ltd 
Pettman Herbt E farming 
Pilgrim Thos mixed farming 
Robinson Geo farming 
Roper Wm farming 
Rowa Charles miner 
Salmon James miner 
Stenger Max butcher 
Swanson Jas A sculptor and builder 
I hompson Jos P miner 
Turley Henry I farming 

Eastern Channel, an entrance to 
Barclay Sound, on west coast of Van- 
couver Island. 

Eating Lake, 2 miles long. 2 miles 
southeast of Bonaparte Lkke, Lillooet 
district. 

EBERTS 

a station on the B.C.E. Ry., 5% 
miles from Victoria and 2 miles from 
Alangold. Gleen is the nearest post 
ofiice. 

Beckett F ranching 
Dick G ranching 
Drysdale J ranching 
Glover John ranching 
Pollock J ranching 
Reid E A G mechanic 
Robins J teamster 
Tradewell ranching 



EBURNE 

a post office and town on the Fraser 
River, opposite Marpole, In the Rich- 
mond Provincial Electoral District, 
reached by B. C. E. Ry., Lulu Island 
line, 5 miles south of Vancouver. 
Has public school. Local resources: 
Saw and flour milling, fishing and 
farming. 

Abercrombie John farming 
Abercrombie Watson farming 
Ablitt Geo W farming 
Ackroyd Edwin W electrician 
Acme Cannery fish canners 
Anderson Geo H bricklayer 
Andrew Jno farming 
Ashton Jas S farming 
Bassett Wm A shipwright 
Bath J H mixed farming 
Baverstock A C farming 
Beechman Wm E farming 
Bennett H bolter Dom Shingle 
Bevilockway Ernest watchman 
Bird J farming 
Bloomberg J A buyer Van Rolling 

Mills Co Ltd 
Boyle R C physician 
Brennan Jonathan S farming 
Brighouse Michael W farming 
Brown Henry G shipper 
Buckingham J E dairy farming 
Buckingham W H mixed farming 
Carlisle J farming 
Challoner E H school janitor 
Chatterton Fred plasterer 
Chisholm Wallace P carpenter 
Conkey R E mgr Vancouver Rolling 

Mills Co Ltd 
Cook R X sawyer D S & C Co 
Cooney Ernest O L farming 
Cooney J chauf E M Co 
Cooper Wm H acct 
Cote Paul cannery mgr 
Cranswick P poultry raising 
Crawford John A farming 
Cross Chas W poultry and bees 
Cuckow W poultry breeding 
Davis Jacob D emp water works 
Dering Geo canneryman 
Dinsmore Island Cannery 
Dombraskie C W millwright DS & C 

Co 
Dominion Shingle & Cedar Co Ltd R 

Fetterly supt 

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Wholesale Iioinber and Shingles 

Dumarsque Jas conductor 
Dunbar Geo Ernest conductor 
Easterbrook E L chauf E M Co 
Easterbrook Milling Co Ltd W T 

Easterbrook mgr flour and feed 
Easterbrook W G foreman E M Co 
gf^terbrook Wm T mgr E M Co 
I^Iliott Howard bee keeping 
Elliott Robert B steward 
Ewin Robt farming 
Faulkner Jas E engineer 
Fee E A millwright D S & C Co 
Fessenden G L farming 
Fessenden W C emp E M Co 
Fletcher Matthew C acct D S & C Co 
Forbes Andrew M farming 
Foster Thos C nurseryman 
Fraser River Cannery 
Freed H W mach Van Rolling Mills 

Co Ltd 
Frost Geo H car repairer 
Garrison Chas farming 
Gilmore Saml J farming 
Gording Thos cannerj'man 
Gordon Walter carpenter 
Goulding Thos farming 
Gough D A farming 



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Graham Jas farming 
Grauer G A mixed farming 
Grauer R M general store and meat 
Grimwood H loader D S & C Co 
Grinnell Wm roller Vancouver Roll- 
ing Mills Co 
Hagger Ed J farming 
Hall J A poultry breeding 
Halse G H farming 
Harrison H H mixed farming 
Hart Edgar rancher 
Hawke John H farming 
Haywood J M sec Vancouver Rolling 

Mills Co 
Hemphill Jos M farming 
Hinchcliffe Chas E decorator 
Hine Chas gardener 
Hird Miss I steno E M Co 
Hoey John G farming 
Hoey Jos retired 
Hollingshead J T bkpr E M Co 
Holmwood Ed G farming 
Hooper Gilbert farming 
Home J farming 
Hunter Wm S engineer 
Innes Jas miller E M Co 
Ingram Leo A electrician 
Jenne Mrs bee keeping 
Johnson WHS asst roller Van Roll- 
ing Mills Co 
Jones Benj life insurance agent 
Jones Chas foreman waterworks 
Jones Jos gardener 
Jones R bee-keeper 
Kacer Hy bee keeping 
Keirsteiid W H shingle sawyer 
Kirkbride Chas A canneryman 
Kirkbride Wm L blacksmith 
Knapp J T retired 

Knowles R millwright D S & C Co 
Laing Thos horses cattle swine 
Le Noble C J farming 
Lewis H grocer 
Livingston D farming 

Loomis C W farming 

Lusk C W farming 

Lyons A engineer D S & C Co 

McArthur Hugh farming 

McClelland Geo farming 

McDonald Alex J farming 

McDonald Duncan G farming 

McDonald Edward J farming 

McDonald H dairy farming 

McDonald H H farming 

McDonald Robt farming 

McGinness J W confectionery sta- 
tionery and postmaster 

McDonald John R farming 

McKay Daniel farming 

McKay Donald E farming 

McLean C A farming 

McLean J B mixed farming 

McRostie A carpenter 

Machin LAS conductor BCER 

Magar F W dairy farming 

Masters L V farming 

Matthews T A chief eng D S & C Co 

Maxwell R patternmkr Van Rolling 
Mills Co 

May E ranching 

May H R cattle breeding 

Miller J W P mixed farming 

Miller Malcolm bees farming 

Miller Wm E farming 

Milne John G stone mason 

Mitchel G A farming 

Mitchell Herbert farming 

Mitchell S dairy farming 

Morrow John farming 

Muir John retired 

Munn H timekeeper D S & C Co 

Murphy Pearce farming 

Murphy S mixed farming 

Nichols T W fireman D S & C Co 

Nixon Rex J J Methodist minister 

Norman O farming 

Osborn Frank carpenter 



Pacific Logging Co Ltd H J Bowers 
mgr logging operators 

Palmer Edwin O carpenter 

Palmer Wm D carpenter 

Patllai Frank mill foreman Vancou- 
ver Rolling Mills Co 

Pearson Jas farming 

Percival Walter bookkeeper 

Peters Arthur farming 

Peters Daniel farming 

Peters Ernest farming 

Peters Harry farming 

Pfister Paul C mixed farming 

Phelan Chas T farming 

Poirer J millwright D S & C Co 

Poirer W bolter D S & C Co 

Porter Andrew chain maker Vancou- 
ver Rolling Mills Co 

Porter Geo A market gardening 

Price W D millwright 

Punjab Lumber & Shingle Co Ltd 
Hira £ingh mgr 

Rathburn Geo W carpenter 

Reid Norman N bee keeping 

Richmond Farmers Inst J W McGin- 

nis sec- 
Robinson Edgar F farming 

Rooke Chas M farming 

Rorison Basil J farming 

Rorison Wm D farming 

Savage John farming 

Schmaltz Capt C retired 

Scowcroft S bolter D S & C Co 

Scowcroft W farming 

Scratchley W J poultry breeding 

Seaman Leo farming 

Service Andrew G farming 

Shaw Jas F farming 

Shepherd S elk and treas Richmond 
district 

Shillabeer John farming 

Shillabeer Thomas C retired 

Simms John laborer 

Simpson Robt J farming 

Simpson Walter R baker 

Sing Lung grocer 

Singh Hira mgr Punjab Lumber & 
Shingle Co 

Singer Chas S blacksmith Van Roll- 
ing Mills Co 

Smith J poultry breeding 

Smith J gas station 

Smith Morrison engineer 

Stapleton Alex G gardener 

Steele John B florist 

Stenner E fireman D S & C Co 

Stevens John road foreman 

Stirtan Geo 

Stirtan J W retired 

Stoltze Alex fireman Stoltze Mfg Co 

Stoltze Mfg Co Ltd L Fessenden supt 
shingle mfrs 

Tait Bros mixed farming 

Tait Jas A farming 

Tait Robt E farming 

Tait R J mixed farming 

Tait Wm T farming 

Tapp W H dairy farming 

Taylor Gordon helper E M Co 

Taylor Wm farming 

Terra Nova Cannery fish canners 

Thomas B mixed farming 

Thomas Ed bridge tender 

Thomas Morgan farming 

Thompson Jas farming 

Tilton Jas farming 

Tilton John mixed farming and reeve 
Richmond District 

Tomsett Fredk market gardener 

Trites H farmer 

Trites Jas W farming 

Tuck Frank H bridge tender 

Udy Wallace V farming 

Udy Wm S farming 

Urquhart A farming 

Vancouver Rolling Mills Co Ltd 

Vancouver Cannery fish canners 



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Voyce J G farming 
Wade T mixed farming 
Wadelin Samuel H B sign writer 
Walton J municipal road foreman 
Watkins Benj F farming 
Watson Geo farm manager 
Webster A R mixed farming 
Webster D M mixed farming 
White W blacksmithing 
Whitehead J H farming 
Wiley John farming 
Wilkinson Wm A farming 
Williamson James farming 
Williamson W farming 
Wilson F T poultry breeding 
Willson G S travelling agent 
Wilson Herbert bee keeping 
Witham Shadrick G poultry raising 
Woodhead Alfred farming 
Wright J H farming 
Yates C farming 
Young Albert farming 
Zelleweger Pfund farming 

Echo Creek, 5 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Howser Creek. 

Echo Island, 2 miles long, in south 
end of Harrison Lake. 

Echo Island, one of the Walker 
Group, north of Vancouver Island. 

ECHO LAKE 

a repair station of the Dom. Govt, 
telegraph line, in Atlin Prov. Elec. 
Dist.. 125 miles south of Telegraph 
Creek, and northwest of Hazelton, 
the post office. Only residents are 
operator and lineman. 

Echo Lake, 3 miles long, 25 miles 
east of Vernon. 

Eckheiraick River, 8 miles long, a 
tributary of Homalko River. 

Eclipse Narrows, at the east end of 
Seymour Inlet, leading to Frederick 
Sound. 

ECOOLE 

a post office and fishing village on 
west coast of Vancouver Island, in 
Alberni Provincial Electoral District, 
reached by C.P.R. west coast steam- 
ers from Victoria, and West Coast 
Transportation Co.'s steamers. Popu- 
lation 20. 

Bastemechea G emp B M & Co 
Butterfield H J postmaster 
Butterfield Mackie & Co Ltd H J 

Butterfield gen mgr fish curers 

and general store 
Craig Wm emp B M & Co 
Desplane Jos emp B M & Co and 

storekeeper 
Mochabe C emp B M & Co 
Phillips E C emp B M & Co Ltd and 

asst postmaster 

Ecstew's River, 10 miles long, runs 
into the Skeena River 45 miles north- 
east of Port Essington. 

EDDY 

a flag station on G.T.P. Ry., 7 miles 
east of McBride. in Fort George Pro- 
vmcial Electoral District. Xo resid- 
ents except section crew. 

Eddy Passage, between Porcher 
Island and Prescott Island. 

EDELWEISS 

a miniature Swiss village and home 
or Swiss guides during tourist sea- 
son. »4 miles from Golden, on C.P.R., 
in Columbia Prov. Elec. Dist. 



Eden Lake, on the north of Graham 
Island. Queen Charlottes. 

Eden Island, 4 miles long, 2 miles 
south of Broughton Island. 

Edgar Lake, 4 miles long, in Atlin 
District, 30 miles southwest of Atlin. 

EDGEWATER 

a post office and village in Columbia 
Valley in Columbia Provincial Elec- 
toral District, on Kootenay Central 
branch of the C.P.R., 20 miles from 
Athalmer, the nearest telegraph 
point of C.P.R. Has local and Dom- 
inion Government long distance tele- 
phones. Population 30. Local re- 
sources: Farming and stock raising. 
Berry P W rancher 
Boutilier Neil farming 
Columbia Valley Orchards Ltd D C 

Gemmell agt for receiver 
Franson Erik section foreman 
Gemmell D C agt for receiver Colum- 
bia Valley Orchards Ltd and P M 
Lansburg Percy farming 
Nixon W W farming 
Roberts Chas logging 
Smith A B farming 
Smith E F farming 
Tegart Emily school teacher 
Thompson Wm M rancher 
Thorson John emp CPR 
W^allis Edwin farming 
Webster Alex farming 
"Williamson Walter logging 

EDGEWOOD 

a post office and steamer landing on 
west side of Arrow Lake, at entrance 
to Fre Valley, in Slocan Provincial 
Electoral District, reached by C.P.R. 
lake steamers between Arrowhead 
and West Robson, being 43 miles 
north of West Robson. Has local and 
Dominion Government long distance 
telephone, Anglican Church and pub- 
lic school. Population of district, 
150. Local resources: Agriculture, 
timber and mining. 
Bacon Francis D laborer 
Bangs Ernest farming and J P 
Bangs John farmer 
Banting W'm Jas gen store and P M 
Blakeman Frederick rancher 
Blakeman Percy C mechanic 
Boothby Wm rancher 
Brook Percy rancher 
Burns Jas laborer 
Calcutt Harold farming 
Calder W^m A farming mining 
Church Basil farming 
Clay Edwin farming 
Clay J H poultry raising 
Coates Kenneth P fur dealer 
Coates J Percy lumberman 
Colegrave W Ralph farming 
Cortena B C mine owner 
Davis Grant rancher 
Decima Justin Jos rancher 
Degans C farming 
Degans J farming 
Docksteader Daniel R farmer 
Donselar Nicholas ranching 
Doyle John farming poultry 
Edgewood Rural Telephone Co 
Egloff John ranching 
Ellis Francis D farming fruit 
Ferguson Chas farming 
Fire Valley and Lake Shore Farm- 
ers Inst W D Jowett sec 
Forslund Albert farming 
Fulmore Robt timberman 
Gibson J A J sec U F of B C 
Glover John mining 
GWVA J P Coates sec 




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Harkness Matthew rancher 

Harkness Wm farmer 

Harrington Victor ranching 

Harris John farming 

Hop H farming 

Hop R farming 

Horning S H farming 

Johnston Walter B fruit growing 

Jonson Axel farming 

Jordan Mrs Fred W farming 

Jowett Oswald farming 

Jowett Wm D farming and sec Farm- 
ers Inst 

Kelso John E H phys Prov Medical 
Officer 

Krirans A L trapper 

Lang John miner 

Langille Joshua farming 

Littlewood Frank K carpenter 

Littlewood Henry carp poultry 

Loughery Wm farming dairying 

McCulloch Duncan A farming 

McFarlain Frank farmer 

McLeod John contractor 

Morrison Leslie C rancher 

Murton Mrs Henry fruit growing 

Naylor John H rancher 

Nesbitt F ranching 

Old Harry farming 

O'Reilly J mining 

Robinson J farming cattle 

Robson Alfred rancher 

Rollins Claude boat building 

Ross W W lineman 

Sayer T W mixed farming 

Scala Adam farming 

Simcock Sidney laborer 

Talbot Cecil J rancher 

Thompson John blacksmithing 

United Farmers of B C J A J Gib- 
son sec 

Warner Mrs E boarding house 

Warner Frank E mason and plasterer 

Williams Alfred L farmer 

Williams J mixed farming 

Williams Wm farming 

Worley G farming 

Yeld Reginald A physician 

Edinburgh Mountain in the Ren- 
frew district, Vancouver Island, on 
the east of the Gordon River, 10 
miles from its mouth. 

Edmond Island, at entrance to 
Belleisle Sound in Kingcome Inlet. 

EDMONDS 

a post office In South Vancouver 
Provincial Electoral District, reached 
by auto roads and B.C.E. Ry., IflT 
miles from Vancouver, and 1% miles 
from New Westminster. Anglican, 
Baptist and Presbyterian churches. 
Has local telephone. Population 700. 
Poultry raising and small fruits. 

Ayling H J poultry farming 
Banks W mgr Burnaby Garage 
Banks W car repairer BCER 
Bolton R treas Burnaby Corpn 
Brown Clifton school principal 
Brown C B clerk 
Brown P B auctioneer 
Brown W B mgr Model Grocery 
Browne F A accountant 
Burnaby Garage W Banks mgr 
Cale L V prop Reliable Fuel Co 
Custance J H M eng BCER 
Davles F bee keeping 
Davies & Son nursery and florists 
Devitt W J chief constable 
Dingle Walter bee keeping 
DInsmore C O mgr Edmonds Drug Co 
Disney H contractor 
Douglas Rev R J pastor Presbyter- 
Ian church 



Edmonds Drug Co Ltd C O DInsmore 
mgr 

Edmonds Garage C E Porter prop 

Edmonds Meat Market Joseph Pol- 
lard mgr 

Edmonds Wood Yard F L Robbins 
prop 

Edwards Rev G R pastor Baptist Ch 

Emery W S contractor 

Fennell W T school principal 

GIddlngs Annie pres Victorian Order 
of Nurses 

GIddlngs Frank P poultry raising 

Gordon C R financial broker 

Graham John accountant 

Griffiths Wm Mun auditor 

Hall Alex clerk 

Howells H C electrician 

Hughes F mgr Northern Transfer Co 

Jackson J J. dog fancier 

Jacobson G H postmaster 

Jamleson J S stip-mag 

Johnson J A bee keeping 

Laurie John supt Met Ins Co 

Lewis W H bee keeping 

Love E poultry breeding 

McCurragh W^m bee keeping 

McDonald Danl mgr Mayflower Gro- 
cery 

McFee A property salesman 

Mcintosh Dr J D physician 

McLean H K reeve 

Martin H F contractor 

Mashinteo T millihand 

Matheson & Jacobson props Model 
Grocery 

Mayflower Grocery Dan McDonald 
mgr 

Model Grocery Matheson & Jacobson 
props 

Moore Arthur G elk Burnaby Corpn 

Morton K W^ civil engineer 

Northern Transfer Co F Hughes mgr 

Palethorpe H H real estate 

Paterson J T motorman BCER 

Patterson D C bee keeping 

Phllps W P assessor Burnaby Corpn 

Pine Rev J S Baptist minister 

Pollard Joseph mgr Edmonds Meat 
Market 

Porter C E prop Edmonds Garage 

Reliable Fuel Co L V Cale prop 

Robbins F L prop Edmonds Wood 
Yard 

Rummell C mgr BCER 

Seymour & Heady poultry farming 

Shaw Graham ice cream parlors 

Smith Ernest mun engineer 

Stevens R waterworks foreman 

Stevenson A B bee keeping 

Stride E bee keeping 

Stride E H nurseryman 

Underbill Rev H J pastor Anglican 
church 

Victorian Order of Nurses Annie 
Giddings pres 

Walte E car repairer 

Wakeham Wm bee keeping 

Ward J J sign painter 

Warne E J bee keeping 

Watson G deB phys and health ofcr 

Watson Gertrude M steno 

Webster Geo engineer 

Wilson J R goat expert 

Yeadon T M shoemaker 

Edmund Point, on south side of 
entrance to Burke Channel. 

Edward Point, on the northwest of 
Valdes Island, at north side of Came- 
leon Harbour. 

Edwards, a post on North Thomp- 
son River, 14 miles north of Kam- 
loops. 

Edwards Creek, 11 miles long, runs 
into North Thompson River at Ed- 
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Eftlngham Inlet, a branch of Bar- 
clay Sound, west coast of Vancouver 
Island, running northwards for about 
10 miles. 

Egg Island, a rock at entrance to 
Smith Sound. 

EGMONT 

post office and landing on Sechelt 
nlet, in North Vancouver Provincial 
Klectoral District, reached by gas 
boat from Pender Harbour, distant 
14 miles. Local resources: Logging, 
fishing and mining. 
Baker A pre-emptor 
Cowie E W pre-emptor 
Emerson W logger 
Erickson P logger 
Gill C fisherman 
Greig W farming fishing 
Hanson Hans logger 
Hatt Jos P trapper 
Heard R farming 
Held C A logger 
Held Louis logger 
Holbrook Arthur H logging 
Hold Frank fisherman 
Jeffries Alfred pre-emptor fishing 
Jolley J W logger 
Laughlin E A logger 
MoCluitock T logger 
Osborne W fisherman 
Parsons G D logger 
Robinson G E logger 
Rogers J pre-emptor and logging 
Silvey Joseph fisherman 
Smith Gilbert logger pre-emptor 
Smith G Y pre-emptor 
Steele Angus logger and pre-emptor 
Summer Ed logger and pre-emptor 
Vaughn Geo pre-emptor fisherman 
West A R logging 
Wray Harold fisherman 
Wray Walter poultry breeder pre- 
emptor J P and postmaster 

Egmont Point, on the east side of 
the entrance to Sechelt Inlet. 

EGNELL 

a post on the Telegraph trail, in the 
North Stikine Dist., 40 miles north- 
west of Telegraph Creek. 



EHATESET 

an Indian village on west coast of 
Vancouver Island, in Alberni Provin- 
cial Electoral District, reached by 
C. P. R. west coast steamers. No 
white residents. 

EHOLT 

a post office and station on C.P.R. 
Nelson-Midway line, 14 miles west 
of Grand Forks, in Greenwood Prov. 
Elec. Dist., and 110 miles west of 
Nelson. Has B. C. Telephone and 
public school. Population 100. Lo- 
cal resources: Mining, mixed farm- 
ing and stock raising. 

Auger S W ranching sec school brd 
Auger Thos N ranching 
Auger Wm W ranching 
Balfour A M mining engineer 
Bellefontaine Michel mining 
Bolduc Philip mixed farming 
B C Mine Can Copper Corp oprs sil- 
ver copper 
Fritz Samuel farming 
Henderson J C mining 
Johnson Oscar sec foreman CPR 
Lucente Antoine sec foreman CPR 
Miller T P carpenter 
Moore Enoch ranching 



Oxley Dave ranching general store 

and post office 
Rogers Joseph ranching 
Skillings John mining 
Stevens Sidney T ranching 
Stevens Ted ranching 
Whare Angelo section man CPR 

Eholt Creek, 8 miles long, tributary 
to Boundary Creek. 

Eight Mile Creek, 1^ miles long, 
runs into the Peace River, 35 miles 
west of Hudson Hope. 

Eight Mile Creek, 15 miles long, 
runs into east fork of Willow River. 

Eight Mile Cr«ek, 8 miles long, 
tributarv of Horse Thief Creek. 

Eight Mile Creek, 6 miles long, runs 
into Thompson River, 9 miles east 
of Ashcroft. 

Eight Mile Creek, 5 miles long, 
runs into Trout Lake, West Koote- 
nay. 

Eight Mile Creek, 4 miles long, 
tributary of Inonoakin Creek. 

Eight Mile Creek, see Soo River. 

Eight Mile Creek, see Nagle Creek. 

Eighteen Mile Creek, 11 miles long, 
runs into Similkameen River, 3 
miles southeast of Hedley. 

Eighteen Mile Creek, 6 miles long, 
runs into Fraser River, 7 miles south 
of Pavilion. 

Eighteen Mile Creek, 4 miles long, 
runs into south of Slocan Lake. 

Eighteen Mile Rapids, on Columbia 
River, 28 miles north of Rovelstoke. 

EIGHTH CABIN 

a repair station on Dom. Govt. Tele- 
graph line, 175 miles north of Hazel- 
ton, in Atlin Prov. Elec. Dist. Only 
residents are telegraph operator and 
lineman. 

EIGHTY-THREE MILE HOUSE 

a road-house on Cariboo Road, 70 
miles north of Ashcroft, in Lillooet 
Provincial Electoral District, reached 
bv car from Clinton on P. G. E. Ry. 
Population 5. Stock raising. 
Bishop Wm ranching 
DuBois John F cattle raiser 
Oxford & Templeman cattle raising 

and road house 
Thorpe Riley ranching 




Elder Creek, 12 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Flathead River. 

ELDRIDGES 

a steamer landing near the south- 
west corner of the north arm of 
Burrard Inlet. 

Eleanor Point, on the south of Salt 
Spring Island, east of Fulford Har- 
bor. 

Eleven Mile Creek, 5 miles long, 
runs into Fraser River, 11 miles 
north of Lillooet. 

ELGIN 

a farming settlement in Surrey Mun- 
icipality , 14 miles south of New 
Westminster, and 6 north of the U.S. 
boundary. It is 3^ miles from Cres- 
cent, the nearest post office, and 8 
miles from Cloverdale, the nearest 
telegraph, telephone and banking 
point. Has public school. There is 
plenty of land open for settlement, 
land values averaging from $150 to 
$300 per acre. 



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D. B. 

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CITY 

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Allanson W J poultry 
Anderson J farming 
Butter J poultry and fruit 
Caine George S farming 
Christopherson J S general store 
Dlnsmore A mixed farming 
Elliott J E farming fruit and vgtbls 
Hennessey D S mixed farming 
Johnson Daniel farming- 
Johnson Hans bees 
Johnson N W mixed farming 
Lamb Alex mixed farming 
Lane O C poultry fruit 
Loney E mixed farming 
McBride Richard farming 
Stevens A G dairy farming 
Tillotson M farming 
United Farmers of B C W Dunsmuir 

sec 
Weaver S dairy farming 
Willard H farming 
Woodward Harry dairy farming 

Eliguck Lake, 3 miles long, 90 
miles northeast of Bella Coola and 
29 miles west of Tzasha Lake. 

Eliza Island, at the entrance to 
Seymour Inlet. 

Elizabeth Island, in Pryce Channel, 
north of Redonda Island. 

ELK BAY 

in the Comox district reached by 
Union S. S. Co.'s boats from Vancou- 
ver. 

Elk Bay, in Discovery Passage, 21 
miles north of Campbell River post 
office. 

ELK CREEK 

a settlement in the Westminster dis- 
trict, 3 miles from Chilliwack, the 
nearest post office. 

Elk Creek, 9 miles long, runs into 
south side of Fraser River, 4 miles 
east of Chilliwack. 

ELK LAKE 

a station on the Victoria & Sidney 
Ry., 8 miles north of Victoria, and 
3 miles from Keating, the post office. 
Victoria is the business centre. Local 
resources: Farming. 

ELK PRAIRIE 

a post office and village in Fernie 
Provincial Electoral District, 3 miles 
northwest of Natal, the nearest point 
on the C. P. R. and C. P. R. Tele- 
graph office. Has public school. 
Local resources: Coal mining, lum- 
bering, farming. Ornicle Camp Coal 
claims are located 40 miles north of 
Elk Prairie. The C. P. R. coal claims, 
30, 50 and 60 miles north. The Kim- 
ball Lumber Co. owns a large tract 
of timber claims undeveloped at Wil- 
son Creek, Elk Prairie. The Fernie I 
Lumber Co. owns timber claims at 
Elk Prairie. Address Fernie. 
Avec Anton ranching 
Balding P farming 
First. J dairying 
Garner Walter mgr Northern C & C 

Co 
Harmer F mixed farming 
Norstrom Abel stock raising 
Northern Coal & Coke Co Walter 

Garner mgr 
Piatt H S farming sec school board 
Weaver Wm dairy farming stock and 

postmaster 
Zwlck F dairying 



Elk River, 120 miles long, rises 
near Kananaskis Pass, on Alberta 
Boundary, and flowing south for 120 
miles, enters the Kootenay River 15 
miles north of United States bound- 
ary, in East Kootenay District. 

Elk River, 13 miles long, runs in- 
to Campbell River, 4 miles south of 
Upper Campbell Lake, Vancouver Is- 
land. 

Elk River, 10 miles long, runs into 
northeast of Kennedy Lake, Vancou- 
ver Island. 

ELKIN'S POINT 

a settlement on the north of Gam- 
bier Island, reached by Marine Navi- 
gation & Eng. Co.'s boats from Van- 
couver. 
Mulhall J J ranching 

ELKMOUTH 

a flag station on the G. N. Ry., 17 
miles south of Elko, on the east side 
of the Kootenay River, at the mouth 
of the Elk River, in Fernie Prov. 
Elec. Dist. No agent or local resi- 
dents. Fernie, 25 miles south, is the 
nearest post office. 

ELKO 

a post office and lumbering town, 
in Fernie Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict and Kootenay Land Registry 
District (Nelson), on the C. P. R. 
and G. N. Rys., 18 miles west of 
Fernie. Office of Prov. Police Con- 
stable. Has Public school, Anglican 
and Presbyterian Churches. Koot- 
enay telephone. Local resources: 
Timber, mining and mixed farming. 
Population 150. 
Allen Frank 

Allison Miss school teacher 
Bernie Alex auto livery transfer 
Birnie Jas teamster 
Brewer Percival mixed farming 
Brewer Reginald mixed farming 
Broster Donald farming 
Broster Philip carpenter 
Burke M carpenter 
Burton Copper Mine 
Carter Albert farming dairying 
Carter Mrs A J furnished bungalows 
Christiano Joe teamster 

COIitntlBIA HOTEI^ 

Thos. Duncan, Proprietor. 

Cotterell Roy prospector 
Cucae Lodge L W Mowry prop 
Cumberland Mansions Mrs J Tod- 
hunter prop furnished rooms 
Desrosier Jos cattle and farming 
Dubbin Chas mixed farming 
Duncan G J constable Prov Police 
Duncan Thos prop Columbia Hotel 
Duncan Wm hotel clerk 
Edmonds Harry timberman 
Edmonds Morgan the contractor 

BI.K HOTEI^ 

"Walter Kyle, Proprietor. 

Elko Garage W^ L Foisy prop 

Everett E drayman 

Foisy C mech Elko Garage 

Foisy L W garage auto repairs 

Gappello G 

Georgoff Michael sec foreman GNR 

Guest John 

Hirtz Raymond G elk R Hirtz 

Hirtz Richard general store 

Hockley Gordon teamster 

Hockley Saunders teamster 

Holbrook Earl elk Elk Hotel 

Ingham Albert E mixed farming 



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Ingham Carl D prospector 

InRham Frank H farming prospector 

Irvine Norma school teacher 

Aau'j: Fang restaurant 

K- :;iudy Mrs R furnished rooms 

K!. ngeiismith Chas men's furnish- 
ings ice cream 

Latift Edward 

I.otito R sec foreman GXR 

Mcc'rae John carpenter 

M;u Farlane Grace elk post office 

MiKee Irene postmistress 

Ml Millan Alex timberman 

Mason T dairy farming 

Miller Fred teamster 

Millett M V fruit raising pool room 

Morrison Wm J timber contr 

Mowry L W prop Cucae Lodge and 
farming 

Maldratt Edgar mixed farming 

Muir Jas logging contr 

Norton Stanley M bkpr 

Parsons L teamster 

Patterson W logging contr 

Pauli Wm mixed farming 

Phillips J mixed farming 

Roberts Thos meat market and sec 
school board 

Roberts W H timberman 

Robinson W G 

Roo Mrs F general store 

Ross George blacksmith 

Senycz M sec foreman CPR 

Simmons J D real estate 

Simmons Leon laborer 

Simpkins Chas butcher and farming 

Swanson Frank sec foreman CPR 

Swope W A agent CPR 

Todhunter Mrs M J prop Cumberland 
Mansions 

Todhunter Stanley postmaster 

V'ette W sec foreman 

West Frank mixed farming 

White H B carpenter 

Wilkinson Samuel logging operator 

Wilkinson Mrs W dressmaker 

V/inton Dan rancher 

Woods W livery timber coal 

Ella Point, on the northeast coast 
of Vancouver Island, 6 miles south- 
east of Alert Bay. 

Ellen Bay, on the south of Pre- 
vost Island. Gulf of Georgia. 

Ellen Point, on the north side of 
entrance to Kingcome Inlet. 

Ellerslie Channel, a branch of Mil- 
bank Sound, between Don and Yeo 
Island. 

Ellice Point, on the west side of 
the inner harbour, Victoria, near 
Esquimalt Road. 

Elliot Creek, 5 miles long, a tribu- 
tarj- of Southgate River. 

Eliot Pass, on the west of Village 
Island, 3 miles north of Harbledown 
Island. 

Ellis Bay, in the west of Seymour 
Inlet. 

Ellis Lake, 2 miles long, in the 
centre of Redonda Island. 

ELLISON 

(Station name Larkin) a farming 
settlement in the Okanagan Valley, 
municipality of Spallumcheen, Pro- 
vincial Electoral District of North 
Okanagan, on Shuswap and Okanag- 
an Ry., 6 miles from Armstrong, the 
nearest post office, and 8 from Ver- 
non, the business centre. Has public 
school, waterworks and telephone. 
Population 250. Local resources: 
Farming. 

Anderson J farming 
Bayliss W farming 



Brosenas Frank laborer 

Buchanan Roy R farming 

Caldwell Geo farming 

Chamberlain Mrs T mixed farming 

Clinton Thos farming and PM 

Corbett John George farming 

Dalziel James ranching 

Dunne Fenton farming 

Edison A farming 

Glen Bros ranching 

Greenings Harold laborer 

Griffis J farming 

Hales F W^ farming 

Harling G farming 

Harris Isaac farming 

Hayes N A farming 

Hayes Thomas farming 

Heggie George manager 

Howard A farming 

Kenneth J farming 

Main R farming 

Mellish Thomas farming 

Polytchski farming 

Shills James farming 

Thornton G farming 

Toombs A farming 

Willis F farming 

Elsie Creek, 4 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Salmon River, West Kootenay. 

ELSONA 

a station on the B. C. Electric Rail- 
way Central Park line. See listings 
under New Westminster. 

Embley Lagoon, at the north end 
of Grappler Sound, 5 miles north of 
Broughton Tsland. 

EMERALD 

a station on the C. P. R., 6 miles 
east of Field, the post office, in Co- 
lumbia Prov. Elec Dist. No agent 
or other residents except railway em- 
ployees. Has local telephone 

Emerald Lake, 5 miles northwest 
of Field. 

Emily Island, a small island in Oak 
Bay, Victoria. 

Emily Peninsula, 8 miles north of 
Bella Bella. 

EMMA MINE 

a flag station on the C. P. R. near 
Coltern, the post office. Resources: 
Mining and ranching. Land averages 
?20 per acre. Address mail via Eholt. 
Carruthers S rancher 
Hotel Windsor M W Ludlow prop 
Ludlow M W prop Windsor Hotel 
Trombley J rancher 
T\'^hite H rancher 

EMORY 

a flag station on the C. P. R., 4 miles 
south of Yale. 

Emory Bar Creek, 7 miles long, 
runs into the Eraser River at Emory. 

Empire Creek, 5 miles long, runs 
mto the south fork of Horsefly 
River. 



EMPIRE VALLEY 

a ranching settlement on the west 
side of the Eraser River, 14 miles 
north of Big Bar post office, and 60 
miles north of Lillooet, in Lillooet 
District. 



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and Society 

Stationers 

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Maps 

School 

Supplies 

Office 
Supplies 

Remington 
Typewriters 

Burroughs 

Adding 
Machines 

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Victoria 



Phone Sey. 3557 

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Furriers 

Taxidermists 

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Remodelled 

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Styles 

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Insurance 

Agfents 

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Contractors 

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Brokers 

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ENCOMBE 

a flag station on the G. T. P. Ry., 8 
miles west of Fort Praser, the near- 
est telegraph and post office, in Fort 
George Prov. Elec. Dist. 

ENDAKO 

a post office and station on the G. 
T. P. Ry., 42 miles east of South 
Bulkley, and 20 west of Fort Fraser, 
in Omineca Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. Has G. T. P. and Dominion 
Government Telegraph offices, pub- 
lic school and Anglican church. Lo- 
cal resources: Ranching. 

Anderson Martin farming 
Annan Alexander G restaurant 
Bennett W R pumpman 
Bonar Chas farming 
Bratton Fred T contractor 
Burke Alex C farming 
Carlson G A farming 
Christian & Carroll gen store 
Cousins Peter T lineman 



Foot C H farming 

Foster W J loco foreman 

Gauld D elk GTP 

Hedren Ernest M farming 

Kettyle Chas farming 

Kyle W J station agt 

LeDuke Harry Govt Tel opr and JP 

McGettigan Bros gen store 

McGettigan Patrick of McGettigan 

Bros 
McGettigan Phil of McGettigan Bros 
Macintosh Hugh M elk 
McKay M farming 
Mogden Gus H steam shovel engr 
Montgomery M A roadmaster 
Moriarity J roadmaster GTP 
Olds Mrs farming 
Smith Chas farming 
Stearn M farming 
Sweetman Rev W Ang clergyman 
Viney Edw farming 
Watkins E C farming 

Endako River, 30 miles long, flows 
from Burns Lake into Fraser Lake, 
Omineca district. 



Enderby 



is an incorporated city on the S. & O. 
branch of the C. P. R., 23 miles from 
Sicamous Junction, 28 miles from 
Okanagan Landing, 15 miles by good 
automobile road from main C. P. R. 
line at Salmon Arm. Altitude 1,165 
feet. Incorporated area 655 acres, 
estimated population within corpor- 
ate limits 1,000, beyond limits, in 
surrounding district (estimated) 1,- 
200, or, in all, about 2,200. Town is 
charmingly situated among low, 
green hills, at Jhe head of naviga- 
tion on the beautiful Shuswap River, 
at a spot where several tributary 
valleys converge, and which seems 
to be marked out by nature itself 
for a distributing, industrial and so- 
cial centre. The principal industry 
is lumbering. The sawmills have an 
annual capacity of 50 million feet, 
daily loading capacity of 300,000 feet. 
There is a good hotel, excellent 
stores carrying all the usual line of 
merchandise, two banks, brickyard, 
livery stable, three garages, printing 
anu newspaper office, cottage hos- 
pital of eleven beds having a govern- 
ment grant of $1 per day per patient, 
opera house, modern school house 
(cost $60,000), with graded and high 
school departments, and agricultural 
instructors, four churches, Masonic 
and other lodges, two daily trains, 
electric light, local and long distance 
telephone, municipal water supply. 
Has C. P. R. Telegraph office. Coal 
of superior quality has been found 
in the vicinity, and is believed by 
experts to exist in considerable 
quantity, important indications of oil 
are also found, and active prospect- 
ing of same is now being carried on. 
Mabel Lake, a large body of water, 
lies about 20 miles east of the town. 
This lake affords extraordinarily good 
flsliing, and its beaches form a fav- 
orite playground for the people of 
Enderby, many persons going there 
by motor car for week-end trips and 
camping there for longer periods 
during the summer months. The 
lake discharges its enormous volume 
of water through a narrow channel, 
having a fall of about 70 feet. The 



stream at this point is known as 
"The Skookumchuck," and is believ- 
ed to be capable of developing many 
thousands of horse power if harness- 
ed up for hydro-electric purposes. 
District excellent for mixed farm- 
ing, ample rainfall, no irrigation 
needed. Enderby apples won Bank- 
sian Silver Medal at Royal Horticul- 
tural Show, London, England, year 
1910. Farm land ranges in price 
from 30 to $200 per acre. 

Mayor — Geo. H. Smedley. 
Chief of Police — R. N. Bailey. 
City Clerk — Graham Rosoman. 
Med. Health Officer — Dr. H. W 
Keith. 

Fire Chief — E. B. Dill. 
Board of Trade — Robt. E. Peel, Sec. 
C. P. R. — J. L. Burnham, Agent. 
Okanagan Tel. — Barbara Robinson. 
Postmistress — Elinor E. E. Harvey 
Prov. Constable — J. M. Smith. 

Adams Theodore mgr Enderby Thea- 
tre 

Airth Jas lab Okanagan Saw Mills 

Aldin Hudson E farming 

Aldin H C farming 

Anderson A farming and mill lab 

Anderson Wm farming 

Antilla A section foreman 

Bailey Robt N city constable 

Baird A M bricklayer and plasterer 

Baird J E laborer 

Bank of Hamilton L G Tyler 

Bank of Montreal J E Leslie mgr 

Barnes Fred H of Peoples Store 

Barney G L farming 

Bawtree J farming 

Baxter H D mixed farming 

Baxter Theo farming 

Beattie A retired farmer 

Beattie Mabel B princ grade school 

Bennetts T R farming 

Bertram W farming 

Bigge C F poultry farming 

Birrell Andrew chief eng Okanagan 
Saw Mills 

Black A grader Okanagan Saw Mills 

Blay Rev R A Anglican clergyman 

Bogert J E farming 

Bossley F J pole and post contr 

Boyd James farming 

Broom Kate elk Enderby Bakery 



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Brown A coal dealer 
Bryant T A insurance 
Hucknell Geo farming 
Hurnham J L agent CPR 
Uurton E S mech Geo A Rands 
lUish A tmster Okanagan Saw Mills 
Hutchart H mixed farming 
Byrnes H bldg contr and farming 
Cameron B J mixed farming 
Campbell A farming 
Canadian Financiers Trust Co (Van- 
couver) A C Skaling local cor 
CPR Station J L Burnham agt 
Carefoot J H teamster 
Carlson B J blacksmith helper Okan- 

agan Saw Mills Ltd 
Chagulin C machinist Okanagan Saw 

Mills Ltd 
Chapman P W bee keeping 
Charlie Bros groceries 
City Cafe Ho Dep prop restaurant 
City Clerk Graham Rosoman 
Clark W E of Clark & Elliott 
Clark & Elliott ties posts etc 
Coltart Richard J dairy farming and 

alderman 
Cooke H farming 
Cooke J mixed farming 
Cooke Robt farming 
Cooke W H dairy farming 
Cowan H farming 
Cowper Col farming 
Curry Wm farming 
Dagg J C market gardener 
Dale A jr teamster 
Davies F planer foreman Okanagan 

Saw Mills Ltd 
Davison R dairy farming 
Dickson J S real est and ins 
Dill A W clerk E B Dill 
Dill E B gen store 
Dondoneau D farming 
Doubek J farming 
Dugdale C E laborer 
Duncan Bros (W E and G S) gro- 
ceries men's furnishings 
Dunn E A farming 
Dunwoodie M C mixed farming 
Egeley Geo bee keeping 
Ellington Fred farming 
Elliott A mixed farming 
Elliott Thos of Clark & Elliott 
Ely Robert F barrister and solicitor 
Emeny Edgar J farming 
Emeny Jas dairy farming and bees 
Enderby Bakery J R Harvey prop 

bakery and confectioner 
Enderby Brick & Tile Co Andrew 

Fulton mgr brick and tile mfrs 
Enderby General Hospital Sarah Mc- 

Pherson matron 
Enderby Growers' Association C H 

Reeves mgr hay grain and feed 
fc-nderby Hardware Co C Oppertshau- 

ser prop hardware agr impts 
Enderby Supply Co E R Peel mgr 

men's furnishings boots and shoes 
Enderby Theatre Theo Adams mgr 
Knock J farming 
Evans James farming 
Evans J lab Okanagan Saw Mills 
^^Tlf Percy G acct Okanagan Saw 

Mills Ltd 
Fenton R M dairy farming 
Ferguson Miss E M school teacher 
Folkard Geo farming 
Folkard John millwright 
^'^Z^,,^ M river boss Okanagan Saw 

Mills Ltd 
Forster RET farming 
Fortune W cattle raising 
French T E farming 
Fulkard Benjamin clerk Duncan Bros 

or!^-, ^"♦ire^' mgr Enderby Brick 

& Tile Co 

Funk Leonard billiards cigars soft 
drinks 



Garden C mixed farming 

Gardner John farming 

Garratt P janitor Bank of Hamilton 

Garrett Clara opr Okanagan Tel Co 

Gaylord J B millwright farming 

Gibson Rev J G Methodist minister 

Gilders John E farming 

Gillick John farming 

Glen A L dairy farming 

Glen Ida farming 

Glen J W farming 

Golightly W fireman Okanagan Saw 

Mills 
Goossen P mixed farming 
Gordon M section foreman CPR 
Goree F J farming 
Gosnell W E mixed farming 
Graham R R mixed farming 
Grant A farming 

Grant J N builder and contractor 
Gray E emp Okanagan Saw Mills Ltd 
G W V A, E A Robertson sec 
Greenwood Jos farming 
Griffiths Geo grader Okanagan Saw 

Mills Ltd 
Hadow R mixed farming 
Hamilton Ben shipper Okanagan Saw 

Mills Ltd 
Harris H E C farming 
Hartry Samuel F janitor Bank of 

Montreal 
Harvey Elinor E E postmistress 
Harvey James R prop Enderby Bkry 
Harvie M farming 
Hassaru F farming 
Hawes F H mixed farming 
Hawkins Charles bldg contr 
Hayhurst A mixed farming 
Hayhurst A E dairy farming 
Hendrickson H barber 
Hill H farming 

Hilliard W B printer Okanagan Com- 
moner 
Hop Sing laundry 
Huffman W farming 
Hutchison W H jr blacksmith W H 

Hutchison 
Hutchison W H black'smith 
Inch Sarah boarding house 
Inkman Miss G V school teacher 
Jamieson J McD farming 
Johnson Charles barber 
Johnson F A mgr G R Sharpe 
Johnson George A farming 
Johnson J F millwright 
Johnson Walter farming 
Johnston R E dairy farming 
Jones D D sec United Farmers of BC 
Jones O emp Okanagan Saw Mills 
Jones Robt teamster 
Jones Wm retired farmer 
Keatley Wm N prin high school 
Keith H W phys and city med 

health officer 
Kenny X H millwright 
Kenney S H mixed farming 
Kent Geo farming 

KING ECWASS HOTEi; 

P. H. Murphy, Prop.; Jas. Mxirpliy, 
ttgr. 

Kisby Richard farming 

Knight Sidney G fruit farming 

Koury N A jeweler 

Krai J farming 

LaForge John elk King Edward Htl 

LaRoy H L dry goods and shoes 

Larson E grader Okanagan Sawmills 

Lawes Geo R farming 

Leslie J E mgr Bank of Montreal 

Lindsay D farming 

Link F E farming 

Logan Jas farming 

Lucas G mixed farming 

Lucas J C bee keeping 

McCallum J farming 

MacKay John teamster and alderman 



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Modern Office 
Supply Co. Ltd. 

DESKS 

Chairs 

Tables 

Bookcases 

FILING 
CABINETS 

AND 
SUPPLIES 

Non-Shine 

Felt Chair Pads 

(They save the 

clothes) 

Modem 
Furniture 

for the 

Modem 
Office 

163 Pender St. 
West 

Vancouver 

B.C. 



B.C. Barber 

Supply and 

Sundries 

Ltd. 

Druggists' 

Sundries 

Razors 

Razor Strops 

Shaving" 

Brushes 

Manicure 
Goods 

Distributors 

Bandora 

A Fixative 
Hair Cream 

64 Hastings St. 
West 

Vancouver 

B.C. 



McKay J dairy farming 

McKee H farming 

MacLean Earl A tailor and cleaning 

McPherson A furniture undertaker 
wall paper 

McPherson John jr mail carrier to 
Deep Creek 

McPherson Sarah matron Enderby 
General Hospital 

McMahon Geo E of McMahon & Mack 

McMahon Jas of McMahon & Son 

McMahon & Mack hardware plum- 
bers and tinsmiths 

McMahon J & Son auto garage re- 
pairs accessories autos for hire 

Mack E J of McMahon & Mack 

Marois E retired 

Martin Jas blacksmith 

May Philip farming 

Mayor George H Smedley 

Measure J H mill supt Okanagan 
Saw Mills 

Med Health Officer Dr H W Keith 

Mencel F farming 

Miller J retired farmer 

Miller J A asst eng Okanagan Saw 
Mills 

Mohr Mrs M farming 

Monk Blanche waitress King Edward 
Hotel 

Monteith Charles auto repairs vulc 
and battery reprs 

Morley Miss H G school teacher 

Morris Bernard farming 

Morris Wm D mech Geo A Rands 

Mowat D S bkpr Okanagan Saw Mills 

Mowat P K teller Bank of Montreal 

Murphy Jas mgr King Edward Hotel 

Murphy Patk H prop King Edward 
Hotel and ranching 

Naylor E H farming 

Neill H asst agt CPR 

Nichol Jas alderman 

Nordlow A farming 

Ofner F farming 

OKANAGAir COIVIMONER 

Ev^ry Thursday. H. "W. Walker, 
Publisher and Printer. 

OKANAGAN SAWMII.i;S, I.TD. 
E. A. Shew, VLgr. Manufacturers 
Rough and Dressed Iiuniber, Iiath, 
Shlngrles and Hewn Ties, Sealers in 
Poles and Posts, Owners City 
X^ight Plant. 

Okanagan Telephone Co Barbara 
Robinson agent 

Olich V farming 

Olson O mixed farming 

Oppertshauser C prop Enderby Hdw 
Co 

Ornst F farming 

Palace Livery Ed Sparrow prop liv- 
ery transfer and express 

Paradis Caroline dressmaker 

Parkinson C B cattle raising 

Paul A retired farmer 

Peel E R mgr Enderby Supply Co 
and sec school board 

Peoples Store Barnes & Wilson props 
groceries 

Peterson F mixed farming 

Piper C G painter and decorator 

Poison Samuel real estate 

Poison V A dairy farming 

Postmistress Elinor E E Harvey 

Preston H A farming 

Prov Constable J M Smith 

Quinn Wm farming 

BANDS, GBOBGZ: A. 

Garage, Accessories, Repairs, 
Autos for Hire, Gas, Oils, Ford 
Dealers, Blectric Wiring' and Re- 
pairs. 

Rands W J farming 

Reeves A drugs and stationery 



Reeves C H mgr Enderby Growers' 

Association 
Reid J teamster 
Reid Margaret bkpr E B Dill 
Roberts R H mixed farming 
Roberts S E farming 
Robertson E A sec GWVA and frmg 
Robinson Barbara agt Okanagan Tel 
Robinson Tom janitor public school 

ROSOMAN, GRAHAM 

J.P., Clerk, Treasurer and Police 
Mag'istrate of the City of Enderby 
and Stipendiary Magistrate for the 
Okanagan Electoral Division, and 
Judgre of the Small Debts Court. 

Rosoman Hazel elk City Hall 

Rosoman P mixed farming 

Ruttan John L sawmill prop 

St George J farming 

Sam Bow laundry 

Scott John farming 

Scott W H boots shoes and repairs 

Sharpe Geo R meat market 

Sharpe T A dairy farming 

Shew E A mgr Okanagan Saw Mills 

Shute E farming 

Simms John plumber McMahon & 

Mack 
Skaling A C barrister solicitor 
Smedley George H mayor 
Smidek A farming 
Smiley J K farming 
Smith J M Prov Constable 
Sparrow E A clerk A Reeves 
Sparrow Ed prop Palace Livery 
Sparrow R elk Teece & Son 
Speers S H dry goods ladies' and 

children's shoes 
Stainer P mixed farming 
Stamberg J farming 
Sterling G W retired farmer 
Stevenson H V life insurance 
Stott Rev John W Presbyterian min 
Stewards R C farming 
Stewards R H farming 
Strickland C E dairy farming 
Stroulger A D dairy farming 
Stroulger A R L dairy farming 
Sumner C D dentist also at Arm- 
strong 
Sveen G mech McMahon & Son 
Swallow J farming 
Swartout J farming 
Tedford John blacksmith 
Teece H A mgr Teece & Son 
Teece J H mixed farming 
Teece S dairy farming and of Teece 
& Son 

TEECE & SON 
H. A. Teece, Mgr. 
and Peed. 

Tnreatfull Marion steno A C Skaling 

Twigg H T dairy farming sec Grind- 
rod school board 

Tyler G L mgr Bank of Hamilton 

United Farmers of B C D D Jones sec 

Utas J timber scaler Okanagan Saw 
Mills Ltd 

Waby F market gardener 

Waby H E cattle rabbit and poultry 
breeding 

Walker H M publisher Okanagan 
Commoner 

Wallace Wm retired 

Wallin C farming 

Watkins Mrs A farming 

Watkins D L farming 

Watson W J G elk Bank of Hamilton 

Weir L farming 

Wheeler W J retired farmer 

Wickenburg John shoemaker 

Wilson Ada A asst PM 

Wilson H R prop Wilson's Variety 
Store 

Wilson Jas H of Peoples Store 



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Wilson Rene M steno Okanagan Com- 
moner 

WILSON'S VAKIETY STORE 

H. B. WUson, Prop. Cigars, Can- 
dies, Stationery, Toys and Novel- 
ties. 

Winter E A elk Bank of Montreal 

W.ligang J farming 

W.r.ir Young shoemaker 

Wood Mrs A bee keeping 

Woodhouse Mrs R farming 

Woodrow H farming 

Woods Loretto school teacher 

Woods W F farming 

Woods W J mixed farming 

Wynne J farming 

Wysohild J farming 

ENDOT 

a flag station on the G. X. Ry. 
' .uichon-Cloverdale and Vancouver 
;ne, near Burnaby. Lozells is the 
.-.earest post office. 

ENGEN 

a post office and station on the G. 
T. P. Ry., 11 miles east of Fort 
Fraser, and 14 west of Vanderhoof, 
the nearest telegraph office and 
banking centre, in Fort George Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. Mixed 
farming. 

Anderson Tom trapper 

Art J W farming 

Art Mrs school teacher 

Barman John tie inspector 

Belt R farming 

Buckley A mixed farming 

Buckley S mixed farming 

Callahan G farming 

Carroll Hank farming 

Gloss David farming 

Cull Norman farming 

Donovan F P real est and notary 

Donovan Murial school teacher 

Dyck Isaac laborer 

Dyck Jessie clerk 

Dyck J teamster 

Dyck P 1 gen store and PM 

Dyck P P laborer 

Enerson John laborer 

Engen Hotel T Papas prop 

Fehr I D laborer 

Fleming J mixed farming 

Goldie Hugh ranching 

Hain F E mixed farming 

Haine H H farming 

Heister J D. sefctionman 

Johnson Harry farming 

Kells I mixed farming 

McKay W J ranching 

McLaren A P farming 

MHjure Murial clerK 

Miljure R W general store 

Muchlin John taxidermist 

Nelligan J farming 

Xelligan & Ponlar prospectors 

Nelson C E sec foreman 

Nickolina — farming 

Norton J mixed farming 

Pappas I prop Engen Hotel 

Pulas J section man 

Roberk John farming 

Sandstrom A'b laborer 

Skjerven Otto farming 

Skrindo Joh.n farming 

Smith H E mixed farming 

Strang Stanley farming 

Sweeney J W I mixed farming 

Swinney J farming 

Swinney Leslie farming 

I Swinney's Tic Camp 
Tallman Cecil farming 

II Weire & Sanlstrom Tie Camp 



Wiese W J mixed farming 
Worthington H farming and ferry- 
man 

ENGINEER MINE 

a steamer landing on Atlin Lake, and 
promising gold mining district, 69 
miles from Carncross, Yukon, in the 
Atlin Provincial Electoral District, 
reached by "W'hite Pass and Y'ukon 
Line steamers, via Skagway and 

Carncross. 

Brooks A mgr Engineer Mine 

Dale George mining 

Dunham John mining 

Engineer Mine, Royal Trust Co ad- 
ministrators (Vancouver) 

Xichol B G mining 

Sotham "W engineer 

Sweepstakes Mine John Dunham and 
B G Nichol owners 

English Bay, on the south side of 
the entrance to Burrard Inlet, and at 
the west end of Vancouver City. 

English Bluff, in the south of Delta 
municipality, facing on the Gulf of 
Georgia and 4 miles south of Ladner. 

ENGLISH COVE 

a settlement on C. P. R- Boundary 
branch, 5 miles south of Paulson, 
and 28 miles east of Grand Forks, in 
Grand Forks Provincial Electoral 
District. See names under Christian 
Lake, % mile distant. 

Englishman's River, 12 miles long, 
runs through the Nanoose district, 
into the Strait of Georgia, 20 miles 
northwest of Nanaimo. 

ENTERPRISE 

also known as Ten-Mile Creek or 
Ten-Mile Landing. A mining settle- 
ment on Slocan Lake, in Slocan Pro- 
vincial Electoral District, reached by 
C. P. R. lake steamers, distant 8 
miles from Slocan City, on the C. 
P. R., the nearest telegraph office, 
and 10 miles from New Denver, the 
post office. 
Ainslee R mining 
B C Group J L Tipping owner 
Colorado Mine Tony Mazzio owner 
Donahue Jack mining 
Doyle Geo mining 
Enterprise Mine Earl Hyde owner 
Hamilton Group R Gillette owner 
Highland Light Mine P Swan owner 
Kootenay Queen Mine P Maguire 

owner 
Lea H mining 
McQuaig D mining 
Neepawa Mine Ed Shannon owner 

(New Denver) 
Royal Grand H L Fife owner Slocan 
Westmount Group Ellis Silver Min- 
ing Co 
Wilson J C miner 

ENTERPRISE 

a station on the P. G. E. Ry., 19 miles 
south of Williams Lake, and 20 miles 
north of Lac la Hache, in Lillooet 
Provincial Electoral District. W^il- 
liams Lake is the business centre. 

Entiaco Lake, 7 miles long, in the 
south of the Omineca district, 96 
miles northeast of Bella Coola. 

Entiaco River, 17 miles long, runs 
from Entiaco Lake into Natalkuz 
Lake. 




T. H. BOOTHE 
Estab. 1908 

Okanagan 

FRUIT 
FARMS 

Penticton 

HOMES 

Write for List 
of Bargains 

T. H. 
BOOTHE 

Penticton, B. C. 



General 
Battery 
Service 

UXXTEB 

Sistribnton 

Storage 
Batteries 

2000 
Granville 

COB. roxmTH 

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CREDIT 
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Vancouver 

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Entrance Island, a small island at 
the north side of entrance to Quat- 
sino Sound, Vancouver Island. Light- 
house on southeast corner. 

Entrance Island, in Hecate Passage, 
at entrance to Barclay Sound, Van- 
couver Island. 

Entrance Island, % mile northeast 
of Gabriola Island, in Straits of 
Georgia. Lighthouse station. 

ENVIRON 

a flag station on C. P. R. (no agent) 
Kootenay Central branch, in Colum- 
bia Provincial Electoral District, dis- 
tant 5 miles from Canal Flats. 

EPSOM 

a flag station on C. N. R., 9 miles 
east of Ashcroft, the post office, and 
2 west of Basque, in Yale Provincial 
Electoral District. Passengers and 
freight for Epsom detrain here, no 
station agent, freight must be pre- 
paid. Here is the largest deposit of 
epsom salts in the world. 
Basque Chemical Production Co Ltd 
W E Pinchin supt J G Miller mng 
dir office 509 Richards, Vancouver. 
Woods W P local mgr 

ERICKSON 

a post office and station on the C. 
P. R. Crow's Nest line, 2% miles east 
of Creston, in Kaslo Provincial Elec- 
toral District. Has Government Tel- 
ephone and public school. Popula- 
tion 150. Local resources: Ranch- 
ing and fruit growing. 
Bergren Alex farming 
Browell Wm farming 
Brownrigge Hy rancher 
Bundy T W agent CPR 
Cameron Geo A D rancher 
Cartwright E mixed farming 
Cartwright G dairy farming 
Clayton M farming 
Gumming E S fruit ranching 
Davie Geo fruit farming 
Dodd Robt fruit farming 
Drexel A fruit farming 
Eby Chas S rancher 
Eraser Jas W rancher 
Eraser S W rancher 
Graham John fruit growing 
Hall Walter fruit growing 
Handley Jos W rancher 
Harris Oliver M miner 
Haskins E fruit farming 
Holder J B fruit ranch 
Huggens Clement fruit growing 
Johnson J fruit growing 
Johnson O fruit growing 
Kelsey C fruit growing 
Kemp Wm fruit growing 
Klingensmith Edward fruit 
Klingensmith Finley fruit growing 
Leadbeater Geo fruit growing 
Leveque Leonard S rancher 
Littlejohn Wm G fruit ranching 
Long Robt J dairy farming 
Long Wm R rancher 
McCarthy M engineer 
McDougall M teamster 
McLeod Murdoch general store 
Martin Joseph E rancher 
Mawson Thos fruit 
Olson Eric farming 
Palmer Albert fiuit farming 
Palmer Frank fruit farming 
Palmer M R fruit and farming 
Penson E A rancher 
Pochin A D fruit growing 
Putman Frank E rancher 
Richardson E J C fruit growing 



Rogers David fruit growing 

Rosen F M farming 

Samuelson Aaron G fruit growing 

Samuelson O fruit growing 

Scott Saml fruit ranching 

Smith Wm F rancher 

Staples Prank fruit growing 

Telford R M sec school board and 
postmaster 

United Farmers of B C, W G Little- 
john sec 

VanAckeran • — fruit farming 

Wesling Albin farming 

Wilson Wm G fruit farming 

ERIE 

a post office on the G. N. Ry., 3 
miles south of Salmo, the nearest 
telegraph office, in Trail Provincial 
Electoral District. Nelson, 37 miles 
north, is the nearest banking and 
business centre. Has B. C. and Do- 
minion Government Long Distance 
Telephone and public school. Re- 
sources: Mining, farming and lum- 
bering. Land values from $10 to 
$200 per acre. 
Barkley S ranching 
Cheyne Alex farming 
Erie Lumber Co lumber and shingles 
Haglund Olaf prop Mersey Hotel and 

farming 
Hansen C W W ranching 
Hunnex Jas R druggist and JP 
Johnson Chas ranching 
Klovance Louis sec foreman 
Kubiskey Jos truck gardening 
Mersey Hotel Olaf Haglund prop 
Metassa Louis mining 
Niven S D lumbering 
Northern Cedar Co lumbering 
Read Joseph gen store PM sec school 

board 
Relief Mines A D Westly mgr gold 

silver copper 
Tindsley Bros lumbering 
Westly A D mgr Relief Mines 
Wilson W J ranching 

ERRINGTON 

a post office and farming settlement 
5 miles south of Parksville, and 27 
west of Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, 
in Newcastle Provincial Electoral 
District. Nearest railway E. & N. at 
Parksville, also C. P. R. Telegraph. 
Has public school, Anglican and 
Presbyterian churches and Dominion 
Government Experimental Farm. 
Mixed farming, fruit fafming, chick- 
en ranching, lumbering, sheep farm- 
ing and goat breeding. Improved 
lands average $200 to $400 per acre, 
unimproved $25 to $40. Population 
220. 

Abernethy G of Errington Lbr Co 
Allin Ivor mixed farming 
Baxter A farming 
Baxter J farming 
Bernard Geo M mixed farming 
Bloom Chas ranching 
Booker E C farming 
Braddock Arthur W truck garden 
Braddock A F farming 
B C Mines Dept A Forsyth dep re- 
corder 
Bruce B dairy farming 
Buck B farming 
Burgoin T farming 
Busby Ben dairy farming 
Busby H dairy farming 
Buttery Geo mixed farming 
Cameron A farming 
Clapham W farming 
Cliff J farming 



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Courteney B mixed farming poultry 

Couse Geoffrey farming 

Creg G farming 

Crerar G gen store 

Davies Mrs Geo mixed farming 

Despard Ed ranching 

Dom Govt Experimental Farm 

Douglas G poultry raiser 

Dunn R fruit grower 

Errington Lumber Co G Abernethy 

and N Gibson 
Etaix E M farming 
Etaix Joseph mixed farming 

FBABT, Ii^Trr. E. 

Foaltry Farming and Postmaster. 



Forsyth A dep recorder B C mines 

dept 
Fremlin T fruit grower 
Gibson X of Errington Lumber Co 
Gladhill John ranching 
Goldie F poultry raiser 
Hallen Ivor farming 
Hatch Annie poultry farming 
Higgins Harry poultry farming 
Hokanson Bros poultry farming 
Jones F farming 

Lawrence Catherine mixed farming 
Lawrenson G farming 
Lawrence H 

Leflfler Ernest H poultry farming 
Matheson G farming 
Maxwell David ranching 
Morison Wm mixed farming 
Nicklin Geo ranching sec sch bd 
Ouimet Dayid carpenter 
Overy H G mixed farming 
Overy Louisa dairy farming 
Parberry E A ranching 
Parrer G poultry 
Parks Geo bee keeping 
Phillips G carpenter 
Porter Thos ranching 
Price Geo mixed farming 
Price Robert ranching 
Rawlins Harry ranching 
Reliance Trading Co Ltd 
Roberts John farming 
Roberts J mixed farming 
Sculthorpe S fruit grower 
Simons G fruit grower 
Smithers Chas H mixed farming 
Tack P farming 
Tarver A H sec U F of B C 
Taylor Robt mixed farming 
Teskey Marvin J carpenter 
Teskey Michael J farming 
Trill Arthur L ranching 
Trundle R store 
United Farmers of B C, A H Tarver 

sec 
Ware Thos farming 
Wastian Prank mixed farming 
w^i\^ ®^.^* mixed farming laundry 
Woolsey W farming poultry 
Yard W farming * 

ERRIS 

a flag station on the K. V. Rv. (no 
f^®2-*^' „^" '"'^^^ ^ast of Princeton, 
in Similkameen Provincial Electoral 
district Business centre is Prince- 

k7' *^^^ •^"^ hereabouts is suit- 
able for ranching. 

Johnson Gus section foreman 

Esperanza Inlet, on the west coast 
of Vancouver Island, 220 miles north- 
west of Victoria. 

i Espinosa Arm, a branch of Esper- 
anza Inlet, Vancouver Island, running 
north for 9 miles. 



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ESQUIMALT 

a municipality in the suburbs of 
Victoria, embracing three post of- 
fices, namely: Esquimalt, Beaumont 
and Thoburn, in Esquimalt Provin- 
cial Electoral District, reached by 
B. C. E. Ry. from Victoria, 4 miles, 
or Russell, on E. & X. Ry., 2 miles. 
Population 5,000. Anglican, Metho- 
dist and R. C. churches. Here is 
located the Royal X'aval College of 
Canada and H. M. C. Dockyard. Lo- 
cal resources: Shipbuilding and re- 
pairs, fine harbor with graving dock. 
Reeve — A. Locklev. 
Clerk — G. H. Pullen. 
Adams E A bkpr Victoria B & I Wks 
Angus Wm hardware 1253 Esquimalt 

Rd 
Aish Gustin naval store officer RCX' 
Allin Clive G instr Xaval College 
Armstrong E A men's furnishings 

891 Esquimalt rd 
Bank of Montreal P J Daniels 1523 

Esquimalt rd 
Bridle Geo councilor r 549 Lampson 
Brooker Geo W commissioner boat- 
swain X'aval College 
Brundson T J prop Esquimalt Hotel 

649 Pioneer 
Bourne H F mun eng 
Brown W florist Browns Vic Nurs- 
eries 1163 Esquimalt rd 
Brown W H mgr Brown's Vic X'^urs- 

eries 
Brown's Victoria X'urseries Ltd "W H 

Brown mgr 1163 Esquimalt rd 
Burnett E A of Victoria B & I Wks 
Burnett Wm A of Victoria B & I Wks 
Cameron J draughtsmn Yarrows Ltd 
Canadian Bank of Commerce R S 

Ross mgr 
Coach and Horse Hotel Mrs M Simp- 
son prop 1350 Esquimalt rd 
Cox H A acct Yarrows Ltd 
Cox H G prop Thoburn Grocery 899 

Esquimalt rd 
Craven Harry plumber 1309 Esqui- 
malt rd 
Daniels A J frmn carp Yarrows Ltd 
Daniels F G mgr Bank of Mont 1323 

Esquimalt rd 
Dawley H B chief of Police Mun 

Hall 
Day I S chief writer RCM 
Dickson J H cabinet mkr 941 Esqui- 
malt rd 
Edwards John C I lieut Xaval Col- 
lege 
Esquimalt Hotel T J Brundson prop 

649 Pioneer st 
Esquimalt Meat Market A Young 

prop 1309 Esquimalt rd 
Going P S of Western Supply Store 

1321 E.squimalt rd 
Grant John M lieut Xaval College 
H M C Dockyard Commander Clark 

supt 
Haddon Gerlad P sec Xaval College 
Hardie G H supt Yarrows Ltd 
Hodgson Geo E sta and conf 900 

Esquimalt rd 
Hodley W H baker and conf 906 

Esquimalt rd 
Holt Wm C grocer 1325 Esquimalt 

rd 
Horn Wm prop Thoburn Garage 852 

Esquimalt rd 
Imperial Oil Ltd A Sutherland mgr 

gasoline etc 
Izard E W asst supt Yarrows Ltd 
Jefferson Frank H eng lieut Naval 

'College 
Jones J W photographer 
Kelly Jos commissioner eng Xaval 
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Lany R C druggist 1315 Esquimalt 
rd 

Laurie Lieut J D dist Intelligence 
Officer H M C Dockyard 

Ling Yick laundry 637 Pioneer 

Lock F of J Lock & Sons 

Lock J of J Lock & Sons 

Lock J & Sons butchers 939 Esqui- 
malt rd 

Locklye Alex builder and reeve Esq 
Mun 1388 Esquimalt rd 

Lum Norman K prop People's Mkt 

McBeth J frmn Victoria B & I Wks 

McBeath W transfer 1370 Esquimalt 
rd 

McCallum J A med health officer 
1328 Esquimalt rd 

MacDonald A plumbing 1001 Esqui- 
malt rd 

McKean R coppersmith Yarrows Ltd 

McPherson J R baker 1315 Esqui- 
malt rd 

Marbruff L grocer 1549 Esquimalt rd 

Martin H tmstr and wood Melvern 

Mesher Jas F councillor and PM r 
1553 Esquimalt rd 

Military Convalescent Hospital Maj 
O'Hagen officer com 

Napier Henry Hubert J eng Lieut 
Com Naval College 

Nicol J foreman plater Yarrows Ltd 

Nielson Greig conf tob 1357 Esqui- 
malt rd 

Nixon Com E A naval and senior 
officer Esquimalt Dockyard 

O'Hagen Maj officer com Military 
Conv Hosp 

Ord E barber 1259 Esquimalt rd 

People's Market N K Lum prop 1301 
Esquimalt rd 

Phillips Miss dry goods 1317 Esqui- 
malt rd 

Pickard Donald grocer 1419 Esqui- 
malt rd 

Pomeroy S A councillor r 469 Admir- 
als rd 

Porter J H councillor 

Poyntz A dentist 1319 Esquimalt rd 

Pullen G H elk treas and assr Esqui- 
malt Dist 

Ranns Mrs matron Sailors Club 

Richardson Lome N prof Mathema- 
tics Naval College 

Robinson B D private sec N A Yar- 
row of Yarrows Ltd 

Robinson David A F instr Naval Col- 
lege 

Ross Brig Gen J M officer Command- 
ing Work Point Barracks 

Royal Naval College of Canada Com 
E A Nixon in charge 

Sailors' Club Mrs Rann matron 

Scott Walter grocer 904 Esquimalt 
rd 

Shaw Henry acct HMC Dockyard 



Simpson Mrs M prop Coach and 

Horse Hotel 
Steel Wm jeweler and optometrist 

1243 Esquimalt rd 
Stephens R D foreman Yarrows Ltd 
Stevens Miss H stenog Mun Hall 
Stewart A W frmn Yarrows Ltd 
Stewart J B barber 1346 Esquimalt 

rd 
Sturrock W shoe rep 1307 Esqui- 
malt rd 
Sutherland A mgr Imperial Oil Ltd 
Thoburn Garage Wm Horn prop 899 

Esquimalt rd 
Tribe Percival W councillor r Craig- 

fiower rd 
Victoria Brass & Iron Works E A, 
J H and W A Burnett 630 Pioneer 
Walton H foreman Yarrows Ltd 
Western Supply Store R J Wood and 
P S Going props grocers 1321 Es- 
quimalt rd 
Wilson Alex councillor 
Wilson Wm plumber 1249 Esquimalt 

rd 
Williams E supt of wks Mun Hall 
Wise Geo councillor r 464 Head 
Wood R J of Western Supply Store 

1321 Esquimalt rd 
Work Point Barracks Brig Gen offi- 
cer commanding J M Ross 
Yarrow N A gen mgr Yarrows Ltd 

YARROWS, I.TD. 

IT. A. Varrow, Oeneral S^nag'er. 
Sliip-builders and Repairers, Eng'- 
ineers, Boilermakers, Brass and 
Iron Fonnders, Bscinlmalt Harbor. 
(See Advt.) 

Yick K laundry Pioneer st 

Young A G councillor and prop meat 
market 

Esquimalt Harbour, on the south 
of Vancouver Island, 3 miles west of 
Victoria. It is 2 miles long. 

Ess Lake, 3 miles long, in the 
centre of the Rupert District, Van- 
couver Island, 25 miles south of 
Alert Bay. 

ESSONDALE 

a post office and Provincial Mental 
Hospital and Colony Farm, located 
on Coquitlam River, 2 miles west of 
Port Coquitlam, in Dewdney Provin- 
cial Electoral District, reached by C. 
P. R. to Westminster Junction, or 
auto from New Westminster, 7 miles, 
or from Port Coquitlam, 2 miles. Has 
local telephone and public school. 
Anderson G W attendant 
Banham H attendant 
Banton J C attendant 
Barnett Miss A nurse 



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Marine railway 3,000 tons lifting capacity. Esquimalt drydock 480x65 feet. 
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vessels. Makers of Manganese Bronze Propellors and large Marine En- 
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Alex attendant 
s L matron 
\ R attendant 
Blackburn J W attendant 
Blair R attendant 
Boutin F attendant 
Brankin David B supt Prov Indus 

School for Boys 
Brennan M attendant 
Camsusa Jas dairy farming 
Cooling S attendant 
Cope Ernest 
Coutots D attendant 
Crease Dr Arthur L. asst supt 
Creber "W attendant 
Cunningham X W attendant 
Dahling E attendant 
Dorling H herdsman 
Doyle Michael asst supervisor 
Duguid A teamster 
English E attendant 
Evans C H attendant 
Ferguson Chas attendant 
Flannaghan A attendant 
Fletcher Cecil asst bursar 
Foster John cook 
Fumerston T teamster 
Gamble J teamster 
Gardner Ront farm foreman 
Graham G attendant 
Graham R engineer 
Hargie Jas laundryman 
Hollins Jos poultry farming 
Holmes C carpenter 
Hoskins Percy attendant 
Hughes M J attendant 
Humphrey John J attendant 
Johnson Jas attendant 
Johnson Thos attendant 
Kerr Alex asst cook 
Kerswell Wm J carpenter 
King W attendant 
Langley D attendant 
LaObban Jas record clerk 
Lonsdale Herbert carpenter 
Lynch Thos attendant 
McAllister Hugh attendant 
ICcCaig Neil attendant 
IfacDonald Malcolm attendant 
liacFayden Thos attendant 
ICcGougan John mason 
Ifiacgowan Gowan bursar PMHC frmn 
ICacIntyre E J engineer 
McKaln O S attendant 

Kenzie A attendant 

Kie W attendant 

ennan Angus attendant 
\aughton John attendant 
.'ie W horseman 

;olm Jas L engineer 

hewson Gilbert supervisor 

tal Hospital 

re P H supt Colony Farm 

re W attendant 

teith Ront attendant 

vbray Thos electrician 

r R attendant 

•^r W R attendant 

rt Jas farming 
-:ton James farming 

Iard F attendant 
rice Alfred H cook 
rovincial Industrial School for 
Boys David B Brankin supt 
enton John gardener 
I h odes T G cowman 
•hardson D cowman 
:nson Hamilton attendant 
" W milker Experimental Farm 
- Andrew attendant 
>elll E postmaster 
hton Ernest chauffeur 
oit George attendant 
nith Chas blacksmith 
. nlth G L engineer 
,U Inchcombe E B overseer 
royan J S plumber 



Sutton H H attendant 
Symington T S 
Talbot A attendant 
Theroux Theodore attendant 
Tucker S teamster 
Turner C stableman 
Van Meel John gardener 
Watts Isaac attendant 
Wickham Stabley dairjTnan 
"Willows J W barber 
Wilson W attendant 

Estero Basin, lies to the northeast 
of Frederick Arm, Coast district. 

Estevan Island, 17 miles long, lies 
10 miles south of Pitt Island, and 
east of Lat. 53, Long. 130. 

Estevan Point, on the west coast 
of Vancouver Island, 2 miles west of 
Hesquiat. A lighthouse and wireless 
telegraph station. 

Estevan Sound, on the west of Es- 
tevan Island. 

Esther Point, on the east of Wis- 
hart Peninsula. 

EUCHINIKO CROSSING 

a crossing on the Euchiniko River, 
74 miles southwest of Prince George, 
in Cariboo Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, reached by wagon road. Local 
resources: Ranching. Address mail 
via Quesnel post office. 
Dowie E ranching and gen store 

Euchiniko Lake, 13 miles long, on 
the Blackwater River, 60 miles west 
of Blackwater. 

Euchiniko River, 55 miles long, 
runs into Blackwater River, 15 miles 
west of Blackwater. 

Euchu Lake, 10 miles long, in the 
south of Omineca district, 15 miles 
southeast of Ootsa Lake. 

Eureka Creek, 4 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Barnes Creek, Lower Arrow 
Lake. 

Eureka Creek, 9 miles long, runs 
into south fork of Horsefly River. 

Eutsuk Lake, 25 miles long, in 
the south of the Omineca district, 
28 miles south of Oootsa Lake. 

EVAN-THOMAS 

a flag station on the B. C. E. Ry., 
3 miles east of Huntingdon, the post 
office, in Chilliwack Provincial Elec- 
toral District. Local resources: 
Farming. For names see Upper 
Sumas. 

EVANS 

a flag station on B. C. E. Ry., Eraser 
Valley line, 73 ^^ miles from Van- 
couver, and hi mile west of Sardis. 
Xo residents. See names under 
Sardis. 

Evans Arm, a branch of Fisher 
Channel on the southwest of King 
Island, Bella Coola district. 

Evans Bay, on the east of Read Is- 
land. 

EVANS CREEK 

a small .sawmill on Evans Creek, 
which is 10 miles long, runs from 
Evans Lake into south end of Slocan 
Lake, on the Slocan Lake route be- 
tween Roseberry and Slocan City, 
C. P. R. lake steamers, 4 miles north 
of Slocan, the post office. 

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Evans Mountain, 6,900 feet high, 
at the north end of Bute Inlet. 

Evans Point, on the south side of 
Seymour Inlet. 

Eveleigh Island, in Desolation 
Sound, south of Redonda Island. 

EVELYN 

a station on the G. T. P. Ry., 9, miles 
northwest of Smithers, the post of- 
fice and nearest telegraph office, in 
Omineca Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. Local resources: Farming and 
coal mining. 

Ballard Geo H farming 
Bird David ranching 
Castell Edmund C farming 
Castell Fred farming 
Elliott Perry farming 
Fagerlid C farming 
Gregerson Gilbert farming 
Johnson Andrew farming 
Johnson John farming 
McGuire Chas farming 
Roseberg Fred farming 

Everard Island, in Drury Inlet. 
Everard Mountain, 7,000 feet high, 
on the west side of Knight Inlet. 



EWENS 

a salmon cannery on Sea Island, 
which is 12 miles west of New 
Westminster, the post office, on the 
Fraser River. 

Ewens Cannery B C Packers' Assn 
owners E Rousseau mgr salmon 
canners 

Ewens Slough, on tlie north of 
Westham Island. 

Ewin Creek, 5 miles long, tributary 
of Fording River. 

EWING 

a flag station on C. P. R. Okanagan 
Valley rail and steamer line, 8 miles 
south of Sunnywold. 

EWING'S LANDING 

in the Yale district, on Okanagan 
Lake, 18 miles from Vernon. Reach- 
ed by CP.R. steamers. 

EWINGS LANDING 

a post office and steamboat landing 
about 3 miles north of Quesnel, on 
the Fraser River, in Cariboo Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. It serves 
only the Ewing Ranch, between 
Quesnel and South Fort George. 
Ewing R L postmaster 
Ewing Wm T ranching 

Ex-cham-siks River, 10 miles long, 
runs into the Skeena River, 35 miles 
northeast of Port Essington. 

EXETER 

a station on the P. G. E. Ry., 38 
miles north of Seventy-Mile House 
and 14 miles south of Las la Hache, 
in Lillooet Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. 



EXLOU 

in the Cariboo district, near Louis 
Creek, which is on the C. N. R., 35 
miles north of Kamloops. 

EXPERIMENTAL FARM 

a station on the B. C. E. Ry., 16% 
miles north of Victoria. 

EXSTEW 

a station on the G. T. P. Ry., and 
Skeena River, 70 miles east of 
Prince Rupert, and 18 west of Remo, 
the post office, in Prince Rupert 
Provincial Electoral District. Near- 
est Government Telegraph office is 
at Grave Yard Point, 9 miles east. 
Section crew only. 
Hudyma Geo sec foreman 

EXTENSION 

a post office and coal mining town, 
on Vancouver Island, 7 miles south 
of Nanaimo, and 14 north of Lady- 
smith, in Newcastle Provincial Elec- 
toral District, reached by stage from 
Nanaimo, which is the nearest tele- 
graph office and the business centre. 
Some sheep and cattle raising. Has 
public school, Presbyterian and R. 
C. churches. Population 500. 
Aitken David blacksmith 
Arman Steve prop Tunnel Hotel 
Arminisco Steve soft drinks 
Armitage Clark carpenter 
Badavine A miner Can Collieries 
Bagattin A billiards 
Baggatin A L soft drinks 
Barber James millwright 
Beban Frank of Frank Beban Shingle 

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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 
Bramley J hoistman Can Collieries 
Bramley R watchmn Can Collieries 
Brown Wesley teamster 
Burt B gen store 

Campbell Andw hoistman Can Col- 
lieries 
Campbell Colin driver Can Collieries 
Campbell John driver Can Collieries 
Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir) Ltd 
Cirocco V miner Can Collieries 
Corsini Fred buffet 
Cosier Wm fireboss Can Collieries 

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Cov/an D timberman Can Collieries 
Cowan Wm lab Can Collieries 
Craighead Wm carpenter 
Davies John gen store 
Dewar Jas lampman Can Collieries 
Dewas Thos miner Can Collieries 
Dodds S mining 
Donald John farming 
Dorman C millwright 
Eccles J weighman Can Collieries 
Foglioni E miner Can Collieries 
Foglioni P miner Can Collieries 
Fontana J miner Can Collieries 
Fontana J jr blksmth Can Collieries 
Frere E miner Can Collieries 
Goia Chas miner Can Collieries 
Greenwell T South Wellington 
Hamilton John miner Can Collieries 
Hamilton R N fire boss Can Collieries 
Harkle J miner Can Collieries 
Hodgson Nels locomotive driver 
Jackson W timberman Can Collieries 
Kovick J miner Can Collieries 
Lambert D blksmth Can Collieries 
Lektinen Wm miner Can Collieries 
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Liimbard L fanman Can Collieries 
Mapistrinin Mrs gen store 
ilanning Dr physician 
Marshall F motorman Can Collieries 
Martin J fanman Can Collieries 
Mayovsky John driver Can Collieries 
Mayovsky John miner Can Collieries 
Mazzoline E lab Can Collieries 
Mazzoline M car rep Can Collieries 
Michie A eng Can Collieries 
Michie Geo lab Can Collieries 
Michie J eng Can Collieries 
Moretti Jas timberman Can Collieries 
Nelson Jas pumpman Can Collieries 
Quipley J miner Can Collieries 
Raffaele A miner Can Collieries 
Recipute J miner Can Collieries 
Richards \Vm storekeeper 
Schivardi Gus lampman Can Col- 
lieries 
Scnini A miner Can Collieries 
Senini Jas miner Can Collieries 
Senini John miner Can. Collieries 
Shcrwot d John driver Can Collieries 
Sli>;rwor fl R driver Can Collier'es 
Sidoni J miner Can Collieries 
Silvetti T driver Can Collieries 
Soulie E miner Can Collieries 
Spruston R L overman Can Collieries 
Stephens A driver boss Can Col- 
lieries 

Thomas L laborer Can Collieries 
Thomson Saml master mech Can Col- 
lieries 
Torko A driver Can Collieries 
Torko Vaino laborer Can Collieries 
Tunnel Hotel Steve Arman prop 
Valentine R mach Can Collieries 
Vanger A foreman 
Virostko G driver Can Collieries 
Virostko M miner Can Collieries 
Wargo M switchman Can Collieries 

Face Lake, 2 miles long, 20 miles 
southwest of Kamloops. 

Fairfield Island, in the Fraser 
River at Chilliwack. 

Fair Harbour, on the east side of 
Kyuquot Sound, Vancouver Island. 

FAIRHAVEN 

a Government Telegraph office and 
mining camp in Bridge River Dis- 
trict, 40 miles north of Lillooet, the 
post office, in Lillooet Provincial 
Electoral District, reached by wagon 
road. Camp not now in operation. 
Jones W W mine owner 

FAIRMONT SPRINGS 

a post office and ranching settlement 
in the Columbia Valley, at head of 
Columbia Lake, in Columbia Provin- 
cial Electoral District, distant 1 mile 
Irrom Radium, on the C. P. R. The 
Hot Springs are l\i miles from 
Radium station, and besides being 
^o-active, also contain radium, sui- 
te of calcium, gypsum and strong 
■rbonic acid gas, the temperature 
' ing around 115 degrees Fahr. 
i^on O sec man 
..wford J W civil eng and PM 
1 ix A ranch hand 
Fairmont Trading Co general store 
Holland W H ranching and breeder of 
pedigreed Chester white hogs and 
registered Shorthorn cattle 
Johnston E T ranching 
I McBride T ranching 
ij Olsen E M sec foreman 
d Streeter E H bkpr Holland Ranch 
K Turner Frank C mgr Holland Ranch 



FAIRVIEW 

a post office and village, 30 miles 
from Penticton, Similkameen Provin- 
cial Electoral District, on the Okan- 
agan River. Has office of Provin- 
cial Government Agent, Assessor and 
Collector, Land Commissioner, Fair- 
view District Registrar of the County 
Court, and Gold Commissioner Oso- 
yoos Mining Division. Has soldiers' 
settlement, public school. Dominion 
Government Long Distance Tele- 
phone. Farming, ranching and min- 
ing. 

Atkins R S clerk Govt office 
Bate Beiuchamp fctnnin^i 
Bate Capt W C tel agt 
Carmlchael D A mining 
Crawford John laborer 
Dalrymple Albert stock-raiser 
Dalrymple Wm blacksmith 
Donald Wm ranching 
Earl H surveyor 
Gibson Elbert E engineer 
Golden Gate Hotel South Kootenay 

Power Co props 
Graham Josiah farming 
Gwatkin Fredk mining 
Haynes Wm B cowboy 
Hozier Gertrude school teacher 
Hozier L H blacksmith 
Hughes Percy A fireman 
Jenkine Geo D mining 
King John ranching 
Lakeland Wm prov constable 
McCoig Wilfred teamster 
McCuddy A H cattle ranching 
McCuddy J P gen store horses 
McDougall D M farming 
McDougall Geo A chauffeur 
McGuffie H C postmaster 
Maloan C W dairy farming 
Orr D ranch foreman 
Paige Fredk Geo blacksmith 
Patton A E dairy farming 
Patton J B farming 
Patton J K mixed farming 
Phelps A poultry-breeding 
Phelps Albert R laborer 
Phelps Frank J laborer 
Phelps Fredk T farming 
Prichard John A bookkeeper 
Rippin C J mixed farming fruit 
Rogers G T cattle ranching and sec 

school board 
Simpson D mean P farming 
Simpson Richd nurseryman 
South Kootenay Power Co 
Taylor Arthur cook 

Fairway Channel, the southern en- 
trance to Nanaimo Harbour. 

Fairy Creek, runs into Elk River 
near Fernie. 

FALKLAND 

a post office, gypsum mining and 
farming settlement on the Kamloops- 
Vernon Road in North Okanagan Pro- 
vincial Electoral District, reached by 
stage Tuesdays and Fridays. Near- 
est C. P. R. point is Armstrong, dis- 
tant 22 miles, while the proposed C. 
N. :i. Kamloops- Vernon branch will 
pass through the place. Has Domin- 
ion Government Long Distance Tele- 
phone, Anglican, Methodist and Pres- 
byterian missions and public school. 
Local resources: Large gypsum 
mines, farming. Salmon River runs 
through the valley. There is excel- 
lent timber, good fishing and hunt- 
ing. 

Beaulean Nels prospector 
Bell W hay ranching 
Blair N farming 



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Buchanan H carpenter and farming 

Currie H R farming 

Currie T contractor 

Davidson R A farming 

Ferguson A mixed farming 

Ferguson A G farming 

Ferguson W mixed farming 

Freeman John cattle ranching 

Fretz F painting and farming 

Gillis E Y dairy farming 

Hatfield Richd cattle ranching 

Heyes B dance master 

Jones Thos ranching 

Kame John farming 

Kelly W dairy farming 

Kelly W F farming 

Lacey A O farming 

Lambert Major farming 

Langdon F blksmith 

McClounle Wm store and PM 

McDicken M farming 

Manitoba Gypsum Co 

Miller David ranching 

Ord A Percy vet surgeon 

Pearse John C mixed farming and 

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Porrier Geo farming 
Ruttan J L. saw-mill 
Salmon River Land Co cattle-raising 

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Salmon Valley Farmers Inst A P Ord 

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Smith T K timber and land-owner 
St Laurent Ulric farming 
Stickney Wm farming 
Sweet K farming and sawmill 
Sweet Reg farming 
Tener J F farming 
Tener J F J farming 
Turner Thos farming 
United Farmers of B C Dr A P Ord 

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Warren Wm A A dairy farming 
Wiseman A carpenter 

Fall Creek, 5 miles long, a tribu- 
tary of Shuswap River. 

Fall Creek, 3 miles long, runs into 
Baker Creek, a tributary of St. 
Mary's Creek. 

Fall River, 10 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Omineca River. 

FALLS CREEK 

a flag station on C. N. R., on north 
side of Fraser River, 16 miles east 
of Boston Bar, and 12 miles west of 
Lytton, the nearest telegraph anci 
post office, in Kamloops Provincial 
Electoral District. Section crew. 

FALSE BAY 

a post office and settlement on the 
northwest of Lasqueti Island, 32 
miles from Nanaimo, the nearest rail- 
way station and telegraph point, and 
12 miles from Hornby Island, the 
nearest telephone office, in Alberni 
Provincial Electoral District, reached 
by Union S. S. Co.'s boats. Summer 
population about 100. Resources: 
Salmon and herring canning, fishing, 
mining, poultry-raising and mixed 
farming. 

Andeson P ranching 
Barlow Jas ranching 
Boldthen H farming and stock 
Bot Richd farming 
Burnett Mr farming and logging 
Butte Ed ranching 
Conn Robt farming and fishing 
Cook H E farming and logging 
Cook Wm farming and logging 



Coply M logging 

Curran Wm farming 

Douglas Geo fishing and farming 

Gillis Wm J mgr Gulf Islands F & 

C Co and PM 
Grant W B T farming 
Gulf Islands Fishing & Cannery Co 

Ltd W J Gillis mgr 
Haddey Geo farming 
Higgins Chas T gas boat 
Hopkins H farming 
Kurtzahl A ranching 
Lenfesty W D farming and logging 
Lennie Bros summer residents 
Livingstone Mrs Kate farming 
McKinnell Jas farming 
Mason E farming 
Mason L farming 
Millicheap T A farming and stock 
Mitchell J farming stock 
Moore J farming 
Morrish D ranching 
Phillips Thos cannery mach 
Potter Chas farming 
Richards R logger 
Riddel Jas R fishing and farming 
Siverson Sive carp and farming 
Tucker Glines farming and goats 
Walkie Thos engineer 
Washburn N C farming 
Welch Albt ranching 
Weldon A J ranching 
Weldon T J ranching 
Williams Chas fish-buying 

False Bay, on the west coast of" 
Vancouver Island, 5 miles south of 
Clayoquot. 

False Cove, on the west of Gilford 
Island. 

False Creek, an inlet running east- 
wards from English Bay for about 
2 miles and occupying a central posi- 
tion in Vancouver City. 

False Head, on the northeast of 
Vancouver Island, 16 miles northwest 
of Alert Bay. 

False Passage, in the north of the 
Straits of Georgia, between Heranan- 
do and Savary Islands. 

Fan Creek, a tributary on the left 
hand of Illicillewaet River. 

Fan Island, off the northwest of 
Goschen Island. 

FANNY BAY 

a post office and station on the E. 
& N. Ry., 5V^ miles south of Union 
Bay, in Comox Provincial Electoral 
District. Has local and long dis- 
tance telephone offices, shingle mill 
and public school. Local resources: 
Farming and logging. 
Conn Niel farmer 
Cowle Robt farming 
Curran Fred farming 
Curran Fred J farming 
Ead John carpenter and farming 
Grant Bros logging 
Hastings Donald farming 
Hastings Harold carpenter farming 
Hastings R J farming sec school bd 
Keenan Chas farming 
Keenan Wm farming 
Larson Fred farming and PM 
McDonnell J W lumber and shingle 

mnfr 
McLaughlin A farming 
Swan Blanche farmer 
Swan G M farmer 
Tweedle Chas farming 
Walker A G farming 
Wilkinson John R foreman 

Fanny Bay, on the north side 
the entrance to Ramsay Arm. 



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Fanny Creek, at the north of Hun- 
ter Island. 

Fantail Lake, 9 miles long, in Atlin 
district, 30 miles west of Atlin. 

Faraday Island, 4 miles long, one 
of the Queen Charlotte group, lying 
east of Moresby Island. 

Farel's Creek, 12 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Pine River. 

Farewell Harbour, between Swan- 
son Island and the northwest of Har- 
bledown Island. 

Fargo Bar, on Fraser River, 14 
miles south of Lytton. 

Farrant Island, 10 miles long, lies 
south of Pitt Island. 

FARRERS 

a steamer landing, 7 miles east of 
Vancouver, in Bidwell Bay, Burrard 
Inlet. 

FARRINGTON'S LANDING 

See Crescent Bay 

FARRON 

a station on the C. P. R. Nelson- 
Midway line, 4% miles east of Paul- 
son, the post office, in Grand Forks 
Provincial Electoral District. Has 
C. P. R. Telegraph office. Is at 
summit of mountain between Nelson 
and Grand Forks, with roundhouse, 
water tank and two section crews. 
Carlson T sec foreman CPR 
Chin Mee emp CPR 
Johnson G sec man CPR 
Kim Lem sec man CPR 
LiUcey P sec man CPR 
Olson E sec frmn CPR 
Owens S D agt and opr CPR 
Pierce G W watchman CPR 
Sazan sec man CPR 
Thomas Mrs M cook CPR 

FASSIFERNE 

a passing track on C. P. R. Crow's 
Nest line, 5 miles west of Cranbrook. 

FAULDER 

a siding on the Kettle Valley Ry., 6 
miles west of Summerland, 2% miles 
south of Mineola, the post office, and 
15 west of Penticton, in Similkameen 
Provincial Electoral District. Near- 
est telegraph and telephone office is 
at West Summerland, which is also 
the banking centre. Local resources: 
Ranching and fruit-growing. 
Davis John section foreman 
Faulder E Robt ranching 
Hilliard C 

Miller F M A ranching 
Turner Richd Hampton farming 
Verrier Reginald farming 

FAUQUIER 

a post office and settlement on east 
side of Arrow Lake, 40 miles south 
of Nakusp, the nearest banking 
centre, and opposite Needles, in Slo- 
can Provincial Electoral District, 
reached by steamers of C. P. R. be- 
tween West Robson and Arrowhead. 
Long distance telephone connection 
with Nakusp and Nelson. Land val- 
ues from $5 to J200 per acre. Pop- 
ulation, 50. Local resources: Fruit 
ranching, logging and stock-raising. 
Aspinall Oswald mixed farming. 
Boden Albert E carpenter and ranch 



Cutting Alfred S fruit-growing 
Cutting Ernest F fruit-growing 
Fauquier Mrs F 
Funk John Leonard cattle-raising 

and ranching 
jGaustin Ferdinand mixed farming 
Kendrick Emil fruit-growing 
Schlag Christian J ranching 
Schlag Percy A farming 
Skribe August ranching and dairy 

farming 
Spiller Ed F ranching 
Tanner E W teacher and PM 

FAWN 

a post office in the Lillooet Provin- 
cial Electoral District, served from 
100-Mile House. Address mail via 
Lone Butte on PGE Ry. 

Atwood O H ranching 

Anderson A cattle ranching 

Anderson C L ranching 

Bean Fred ranching 

Bolstad C ranching 

Boyd D M ranching 

Bridgman Wm cattle ranching 

Brown Jas farming 

Campbell J M mixed farming 

Cooper Ernest ranching 

Daniels W M farming 

Decker Wm J farmer 

Eberlin Carl cattle ranching 

Furer Victor cattle ranching 

Granberg Albert rancher 

Grandberg Ellis ranching 

Holland W warehouse 

Home August cattle ranching 

Home H cattle ranching 

Hunter Evan cattle ranching 

Hunter Walter A ranching and PM 

Johnson John ranching 

Keith Joseph farming 

Kreig Jonas H farming 

Larum Sid ranching 

Larum Sigurd ranching 

Muehle Wm F ranching 

Murray Geo ranching 

Parks Jack cattle ranching 

Pierson Paul ranching 

Rich Sam ranching 

Richardson H ranching 

Sandberg Nels ranching 

Smedley Thos G retired 

Sneve Ben cattle ranching 

Sneve Oscar cattle ranching 

United Farmers of B C C M Bolsted 

sec 
Vickers S farming 
Westbrook A W cattle ranching 
Westbrook Sidney ranching 
Whitley Wm cattle ranching 
Widlund Carl G ranching 

Fawn Bluff, on the east side of 
Bute Inlet. 

Fawn Creek, 4 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Sheep Creek, West Kootenay 
district. 

Fawnie Mountains, 6,000 feet high, 
in the Coast district, range 4, south- 
east of Ootsa Lake. 

Feamey Point, on the south end 
of Nelson Island. 



FEATHER CREEK 



a settlement 25 miles southeast of 

Atlin, the business centre and post 

office. 

Noland John mail carrier and miner. 

FELL STREET 

a station on the P. G. E. Ry. See 
names under North Vancouver. 



The 

Battery 

House 

B. C. 

Distributors 

and 

Service 

Station 

Willard 

Storage 
Batteries 

Auto-Lite 

Remy 

Deico 

North- 

East 
Wagner 

Starting, 

Lighting and 

Ignition 

Systems 

Bosch 

Gray & 

Davis 

Starting and 
Lighting 
Systems 

Connec- 
ticut 

Ignition 
System 

Briggs & 
Stratton 

Switches and 
Dash Panels 

Bosch 

Magnetos 

Klaxon 

Horns 
751 Burrard 

Vancouver 
B. c. 



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B.C. 

Commercial 

and 

Secretarial 
SCHOOLS 

Individnal 
Attention 

H. C. Du£fus 

Proprietor 

Write for 
Prospectus 

Two Schools 

709 Georgia 

West 

Fourth and 

Granville 

Vancouver 
B. c. 



G. G. 

Heather 

& Co., Ltd. 



Furs 

Taxidermy 

Makers of 
Hi^h Graa» 

FURS 

We Specialize 
in Remodel- 
ling Furs 
Rugs Mounted 



1026 

Granville St. 

Vancouver 



FENWICK 

a flag station on the C. P. R. Cran- 
brook-Golden line, 6 miles north of 
Bull River and 8 from Fort Steele, in 
Fernie Provincial Electoral District. 
The land in this district belongs to 
Arthur Fenwick and there are no 
other farms as far as Bull River. 
Address mail Fenwick, via Bull River 
post office. 

Fenwick Arthur farming 

FERGUSON 

a post office and mining town in the 
Lardeau mining district, on Lardeau 
V:}^3^' 2^ mile-" from Arrowhead, and 
16 from Beaton, in Kaslo Provincial 
l.'.ectoral District, reached by stage 
from Beaton, daily mail service lias 
pubiic school. Population, 100. 

Anderson J mine owner 
Balmoral Hotel AValter Edwards prop 
Battey R H mine owner 
Brown G Circle City mines 
Cameron P prop Lardeau Hotel 
Cavanaugh Saml H miner 
Culkeen Peter prospector 
Comerford Jas F prospector 
Cummins Alex C gen store and PM 
Daney Seldon liveryman 
Davis Henry Albert miner 
Draney Sam freight and livery 
Edwards Walter prop Balmoral Hotel 
Falk Fredolf miner 
Ferguson Mines Ltd gold silver lead 
Garrett A P mine owner 
Gray George miner 
Hill Jim miner 

Lardeau Hotel P Cameron prop 
Livingstone Jas W miner 
McLaggar John miner 
McLaren Geo miner 
Olson Otto E miner 
Shorten Wm farm hand 
Skinner Wm carpenter 
Triune Mine gold silver etc 
True Fissure Mine gold silver lead 
While Wm miner 

FERN RIDGE 

a post office and fruit-growing dis- 
trict in Langley Municipality, Delta 
Provincial Electoral District, 4 miles 
from Langley Prairie, on the B. C. 
E. Ry., the banking point. Nearest 
telegraph office is at Cloverdale, 7 



miles. Methodist Church. Orchards 
and small fruit, mixed farming and 
lumber. Land values average $150 
per acre. Has a Community Hall. 
Arthur R L mixed farming 
Ashbury WAR farming 
Bakker G chickens 
Banfield J chickens 
Belline Chas farming and cheesemkg 
Bennett J mixed farming 
Berry John mixed farming 
Booth N chickens 
Booth W truck fardening 

BREZSSEN, C. E. A. 

Poultry-raising, Bees and Post- 
master. 

Carman J A poultry and dairy 

Chalmers J F cattle ranching 

Cox A mixed farming 

Craig Daniel stock-raising 

Dowdall G J mail carrier 

Earl T E mixed farming 

England Henry chickens hogs 

Fern Ridge Farmers' Inst C Breedln 
sec 

Fike C B truck gardening 

Fox Mrs L W gardening 

Gorrum Robt mixed farming 

Hervey Chas farming 

Johnson V farming 

Jones Henry mixed farming 

Kirk John cattle chickens 

Lancaster E farming 

McBurnie G farming 

McDonald Wm farming 

McRitchie D poultry-raising 

Main J poultry-raising 

Millar W dairy farming 

Morrissey E farming 

Munro N A farming 

Nelson J F farming 

Newman G mixed farming 

Newman H mixed farming 

Newman Wm cattle 

Rostron Bros cattle and chickens 

Shields Alfred G bees farming 

Smith G Vernon farming bees 

Stewart C carpenter 

Tait James dairy and cattle 

Temby E fruit-raising 

Toderick R farming 

Toogood A contr 

Tylor O mixed farming 

Vaughan Jas farming 

Vaughan V engineer 

Westover C mixed farmfng 

Wilson Mrs E poultry gardening 

Wintermute B P farming 

Wolf Walter mixed farming 



ernie 



a city on the Crow's Nest line, 
C. P. R., G. N. Ry., and Morrisey, 
Fernie and Michel Ry., 700 miles 
east of Vancouver. Is the principal 
city in the East Kootenays, and is in 
Fernie Prov. Elec. Dist., and in 
Kootenay Land Reg. Dist. (Nelson). 
Has telegraph and Kootenay tele- 
phone connection. City supplies el- 
ectric light and power, owns 250- 
acre tract natural park, with race 
track. Has Baptist, Methodist, Ang- 
lican and Roman Catholic churches, 
general hospital, public and high 
schools. The Crow's Nest Pass Coal 

Co. employs normally 2,000 men; 
their coal reserves are unlimited 

(annual output is 1,500,000 tons) 
and operate 500 beehive ovens. Is 
Customs port of entry and Provin- 
cial Police headquarters for the 



East Kootenay. Office of Pro 
Govt. Agent. Land Commission^ 
Fernie Land Recording District,' 
Prov. Police Deputy Inspector and 
Acting Chief Constable, Sub-record- 
er Fort Steele Mining Division, Dis- 
trict Registrar of the Supreme and 
County Courts, Deputy Collector of 
Customs. Is the outfitting point 
for hunters in East Kootenay game 
preserve, big game being abundant. 
Population, 1921 census, 4,750. 

Fernie City Officers 
Mayor — G G Henderson 
City Clerk — Arthur J Moffatt 

City Electrician T Boyce 

City Engineer — Neil McCallum 
Chief of Police — S O Lawson 
Fire Chief — J M Nicholas 
Health Officer — Dr D Corsan 



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License Inspector — S O Lawson 
Sanitary Inspector — S O Lawson 

B. C. Oovemment Officers 
Govt Agent — R J Stenson 
Insp Prov Police — W R Dunwoody 
Chief Constable — W E V Spiller 
Mine Inspectors — Robt Strachan 

and John McDonald 
Stipendiary Magistrate — R J Sten- 
son 
Road Foreman — H L Hayne 
Instructor Mine Rescue Station — 
J T Puckey 

Sominion Oovemment Officers 

Collector of Customs — W H Gates 
County Court Judge — G H Thomp- 
son 
Postmaster — H J Johnston 

Aiello Joseph clothing 
Alexander D G mech Kootenay Grge 
Alexander F eng Fernie-Fort Steele 
Brewing Co 



AMERICAV 
Norton P. 



CONSinCi 

Brand. 



nurse Pernie 



Canada 



American Ry Express H E Douglas 

agt 
Anderson Cecil B whse frmn Western 

Canada Wholesale Co 
Anderson Jean E school teacher 
Anderson Miss M M school teacher 
Andrews C R blksmith M A Berigan 
Armstrong Mrs Ethel elk Crows Xest 

Pass Coal Co 
Ashton L F acct Home Bank 
Asselstine Dr A of Bonnell Garner 

& Asselstine 
Ault Stanley elk Crow's Nest Pass 

Coal Co 
Aune M mgr Elk Valley Lbr Co 
Austin Joseph agt CPR 
Austin J jr driver Dom Exp Co 
Ayers L A vulcanizer Kootenav Grge 
Baddeley Jennie waitress Grand Cen- 
tral Hotel 
Bailey Constance D 

Hospital 
Baily Wm whsmn Western 

Wholesale Co 
Baker Alfd school janitor 
Baker Thos appr mech Pernie Garage 
Br.nks R bottler Fernie-Fort Steele 

Brewing Co 
Barraclough Wm meats 
Itarton T photographer 
B'-.rton Wm pianos and sew mchns 
Bass Frod musician Isis Theatre 
Bateman W eng Power House 
Bau.arh Barbara waitress Grand Con- 
tra; Hotel 
Bautrn Frank porter Grand Central 

Hotel 
Beale Fred elk Home Bank of Can 
Bean Katie elk Dr W H Pickering 
Bean Percy prop Pernie Garage 
Beaulaurier J H cashier opr GNR 
Beddome J B prin High School 
Beeman R emp Fernie Liquor Expts 
Belecky M prop City Hotel 
Belecky Pete elk City Hotel 
Berigan M A blacksmith 
Biggs Edith clerk Trites-Wood Co 



Biggs John mine overman 

Xest Pass Coal Co 
Bissett Miss M C school teacher 
Black A clerk Prov Govt office 
Black David J insurance 
Boardman Isa*bel opr Kootenay 
Lines Ltd 
■ onnell Garner & Asselstine physi- 
cians and surgeons 
Bonnell Dr Saul of Bonnell Gamer 
& Asselstine 



Bossie John groceries fruits cigars 

and tobaccos 
Bowen Harry transfer 
Boyce T city electrician 
Bralley Edw barber W A Ingram 
Brand Norton F Consul USA 
Bratten Peter prop Queen's Hotel 
Brawley Mrs Ed pastry cook W A 

Ingram 
Brewer Robt lineman Kootenay Tel 
Brindley Francis steward Fernie Lit- 
erary & Athletic Assn 
B C & Alta Power Co A B Sanborn 

mgr 
Bromley H cellarman Fernie-Fort 

Steele Brewing Co 
Brown Chas mech Fernie Garage 
Brown Harold mech Fernie Garage 
Brown John eng Power House 
Brown J cooper Fernie-Fort Steele 

Brewing Co 
Brown Myrtle stenogr G G Moffatt 
Brown Rev Anglican clergyman 
Brown R H deputy coir Customs 
Brown W W shop eng F M & M Ry 
Buchanan Jos W miner 
Buckley Marion elk Palm Confec- 
tionery 
Burns P & Co Ltd F Denison mgr 
Burns Rev W F Pas United Church 
Burton John constable RCMP 
Bydal E linesman CPR telegraphs 

Cairns Minnie waitress Kings Hotel 
Cameron Abraham tailor My Valet 
Canadian Bank of Commerce E H 

Wood mgr 
Canadian Financiers Trust Co (Van- 
couver) Law & Fisher local corpdts 
Canadian Hotel Mrs H Dearin prop 
Canadian Italian Literary Assn John 

Missco sec 
CPR Go's Tel John Donaldson mgr 
Carlson Chas porter Queens Hotel 
Carmiehael Marjorie bkpr city elk 
Carnwath J W acct Trites-Wood Co 
Carollo Antonio confectionery 
Carosella Anthony of My Valet 
Carosella Frank elk P Carosella 
Carosella P men's furn boots and 

shoes and groceries 
Carosella Philip prop Roma Hotel 
Carscadden Helen asst tchr High Sch 
Carsley W E barr Lawe & Fisher 
Cash Evelyn stenogr Lawe & Fisher 
Caulfield B supt Crow's Nest Pass 

Co Ltd 
Cavanaugh W J eng M F & M Ry 
Cieslikoski Peter billiards soft drinks 
Citra D barber shop pool room 

cigars and tobaccos 
City Hotel M Belecky prop 
Clapp Fred whsmn Western Can 

Whol Co 
Clarkstone Fred police constable 
Clarkstone W "V\'' fire boss 
Clayton Horace elk Fernie Indus & 

Providential Co-op Soc 
Glowers David fireman M F & M Ry 
Glowers James hostler M F & M Ry 
Cody Geo W conf 

Cole Harold whsmn Trites-Wood Co 
Coles Miss E A school teacher 
Colgur Ross of My Valet 
Colton Erconwald elk Bank of Com 
Colton Mrs Julia millinery 



Crow's Colton Keith elk Home Bank 



Tel 



Colton Russell elk Crow's Nest Pass 

Coal Co 
Comar Steve miner 
Commins C elk Crow's Nest Tdg Co 

Ltd 
Commons Williams ovenman 
Connell E H of Fernie Cigar Store 
Connick John C acct Western Can 

Whol Co 
Conroy Elizabeth dressmaking 




Bedsteads 

Springs 

Mattresses 

Including 
the Famous 

Ostermoor 

SIMMONS 

I IMITED 
Vancouvor 

and 

Victoria 



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Jos. 

Blackburn 

& Son 

Scale 
Mechanics 

Jobbing 
Engineers 

Mechanical 
Repairs 

Phone Sey. 7004 

1172 Howe St. 
(Rear) 

Vancouver 



Crosby 

Printing 

Co. 

Stationers 

Printers 

Embossers 

Office 
Supplies 



Phone: 
Seymour 261 

306 
Tower BIdg. 

Vancouver 
B. c. 



Constanzo Ross of Guzzi & Constanzo 
Cook Robt J elk M F & M Ry 
Corbett J S mgr dry goods and men's 
furnshgs Crow's Nest Tgd Co Ltd 
Corbett Miss M L school teacher 
Corrie A mgr Western Canada Whle 

Co Ltd 
Corrigan Alice elk N B Suddaby 
Corsan Douglas MD medical health 

officer 
Costa Mike tmstr Western Can Whol 

Co 
Cousins Miss A E elk Trites-Wood 

Co Ltd 
Covert & Baldrey painters and dectrs 
Crisafio C elk J Aiello 
Crocker Miss N F school tchr 
Crookston J M chf elk Bk of Com 
Crow's Nest Bakery Co T Kuzma mgr 
Crow's Nest Cigar Fcty Geo Dorem- 

becker prop 

CBOW'S NEST PASS COAI^ CO. I^TD. 
W. B. Wilson, Pres. and Gen. Mgr. 
J. S. Irvine, Secretary. 

Crow's Nest Pass Electric Light & 
Power Co Ltd J S Irvine sec 

CBOW'S NEST TBADING CO. I^TD. 

T. Prentice, Manag-er. Department 
Store. 

Crozing Ruby waitress King Edw Htl 
Cummings Alf B C and Dom Liand 

surveyor and civil engineer 
Cummings Ray elk Home Bank 
Currie Bros eontr and builders 
Currie Geo of Currie Bros 
Curtis Horace constable RCMP 
Damico Tony barber D Citra 
Darbyshire Robt sec Miners' Union 
Darbyshire Wm miner 
Davidson Jas miner 
Davidson Joan elk Royal Candy Co 
Davies E whsmn Western Can Whol 

Co 
Davies Wm miner 
Davis Elsie chf opr and aect Koot- 

enay Tel Lines Ltd 
Davis H section frmn CPR 
Dawson Peter miner 
Dearin Alex elk Can Hotel 
Dearin Mrs Henrietta prop Can Hotel 
DeMour Ernest brkmn M F & M Ry 
Demoure Louis elk Crow's Nest Tdg 

Co Ltd 
Denison F mgr P Burns & Co Ltd 
Denusick Nick dispenser Northern 

Hotel bar 
Depot Restaurant Joe Sing prop rest 

cigars soft drinks 
Dicken Dorothy school teacher 
Dicken Ruth stenogr Prov Govt agt 
Dickenson Miss E stenogr B C & 

Alta Power Co 
Dickinson E mgr Mrs J Turner 



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Dicks E J mgr Fernie Liquor Exptrs 
Dolan Danl cond M F & M Ry 
Dominion Express Co J Stark agt 
I)onaldson John mgr CPR telegraph 
Jjoree Lindsay A const RCMP i 

[Dorembecker Geo cigar mfr i 

Douglas Harry E agent GNR 
Douglas Miss N school teacher 
Dragon Alf barber and pool 
Dragon Mary stenogr Bank of Com 
Drew Annie maid Fernie Hospital 
Drew Violet maid Fernie Hospital 
Dufour John bkmn M F & M Ry 
Duncan Margaret stenogr Crow's 

Nest Pass Coal Co 
Duncan Rene cash girl Crow's Nest 

Tdg Co ^ 

Dunlop Archie janitor Fernie Hosp 
Dunlop Frank police constable 
Dunlop H fire boss 

DTTNWOODY, W. B. 

Deputy Inspector Provincial Police 

Duthie Co R Duthie prop hardware 
Duthie Wm E aect Govt Liquor Store 
Easton James janitor Crow's Nest 

Pass Coal Co 
Easton J bottler Fernie-Fort Steele 

Brewing Co 
Edgar Chas miner 
Edgar Chas elk M A Kastner 
Edgar Clifford driver S Lowden 
Ehrler E brewer Fernie-Fort SteeW 

Brg Co 

Elk Livery Geo Pearson prop 
Elk Valley Lumber Co Ltd H D 

Campbell gen mgr 
Elley Mrs A school teacher 
Elliott Harry cond M F & M Ry 
Elliott Miss J school teacher 
Ellison Richd constable RCMP 
Enright Laura M stenogr Trites- 
Wood Co 
Eschwig Wm prop Fernie Hotel 
Evans Geo C special agt RCMP 
Evans J J miner 

Fairbalrn G B aect P Burns & Co Ltd 
Falvo G prop Fernie Shoe Hospital 
Fawcett Albert miner 
Fawcett Laura elk Crow's Nest Tdg 

Co Ltd 
Fecko John emp J Podbielancek 
Felik Steve of Royal Hotel 
Fenwick Ella elk Bank of Com 
Ferguson Barrington mach M F & 

M Ry 
Ferguson Gordon det sergt RCMP 
Fernie Business College Berenice 

Winnett principal 
Fernie Cartage Co Wilson & Paterson 

props 

FEBNIE-POBT STBEI;E BBEWING 
CO. I.TD. 

Geo. N. Beed, Manager. Manufac- 
turers Beer and Aerated Water. 



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Fernie 


Tire 


Surgery 


HBNDBBSON & EBBB, 


Proprietors 


HARDWARE AND AUTO ACCESSORIES 


Vulcanizing and 


Battery 


Agents for 


Recharging 


Goodyear Tires 


FERNIE 


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rsRmz: rBEz: fksss 

(Weekly, Friday). J. B. Wallace 

ft Co., PubUshers. Printers and 

Publishers. 
Fernie Garage Percy Bean prop 
Fernie Hospital Drs BonneU Garner 

& Asselstine 
Fernie Hotel Wm Eschwig prop 
Fernie Industrial & Provident Co-op 

Soc Ltd A W Turner mgr groceries 

and provisions 
Fernie Liquor Exporters Ltd M C 

Rogers gen mgr 
Fernie Literary & Athletic Assn Chas 

Hesketh sec 
Fernie Meat Market Bert Johnson 

mgr 
Fernie Motor "Car Co E Large mgr 
Fernie Optical Parlors J C Orner 

prop 
Fernie Restaurant How Foon prop 
Fernie Shoe Hospital G Falvo prop 



F slsmn Western Can 
J. mgr furniture dept 



Tsnrms ttrj: stTBGZB-s- 

Wm. Henderson and David Kerr, 
Props. Vnlcanizingr and Battery 
Be-char^insr. (See advt.) 
Fernie Undertaking Co J P Lowe & 

J V Rewers props 
Ferriman Chas R elk W A Ingram 
Fetterley Miss A school teacher 
Fierheller R C with Dr "W H Picker- 
ing 
Plorillo Chas elk J Bossio 
Fisher A I of Lawe & Fisher 
Flegg Pearl stenogr Western Can 

Whol Co 
Fleming D 
Whol Co 
Fleming H 

Trites-Wood Co 
Follett George elk GXR 
Follett Hans sec frmn GNR 
Forster Joseph elk Crow's Xest Tdg 

Co 
Forty-One Meat Mkt S Graham prop 
Franks A F bkpr Trites-W'ood Co 
Fraser David bkpr Fernie Meat Mkt 
Fraser David elk Govt road frmn 
Frederickson John elk Kings Hotel 
Frey E eng P Burns & Co 
Frey Ernest elk N E Suddaby 
Frey Tillie elk Dom Exp Co 
Fuse Sam laborer 
Garbutt John eng M F & M Ry 
Garner Dr E L of Bonnell Garner i" 

Asselstine 
Gates John L prop King Edward Htl 
Gates W H collector of customs 
GEE, J. BWABT. 

Dentist. 
Gerue Joseph J master brewer 

Fernie-Fort Steele Brewing Co 
Gibson Augustus elk Trites-Wood Co 

Ltd 
Gigllotti E of Fernie Shoe Hospital 
Gilbert Frank fireman M F & M Rv 
Glenfield Peter elk Fernie Cigar Str 
Glover C fireman fire dept 
Glover Cyril G optometrist A C Lip- 

hardt 
Golden Lion Trading Co A F Haddad 

prop 
Golightly J carpenter 
Golightly Norman carpenter 
Goole G miner 

Gould Mrs housekeeper Roma Hotel 
Goupill Joe dispenser Waldorf Hotel 
Government Liquor Store James Mc- 
Lean vendor 
Graham Saml prop Forty-One Meat 

Market 
Grainger Herbt elk A F Haddad 

OBAND CEKTBAX; HOTBI. 

Joseph. Perry, Proprietor. 



Grand Theatre Wm Hunter sec 
Graves Belva stenogr Western Can 

Whol Co 
Graves J P acct Crow's Xest Tdg Co 

Ltd 
Graves Thos R mach 
Great Xorthern Ry Co H E Douglas 

agt 
G W VAssn Danl Markland sec 
Green Wm miner 
Greenwood A W slsmn Western Can 

Whol Co 
Guzzi Mike confectionery 
Guzzi Paul of Guzzi & Constanzo 
Guzzi & Constanzo groceries 
Haddad A F clothing 
Haigh F R photographer and picture 

framing 
Hamill Miss F E school teacher 
Hamilton A T plumber 
Hanna John G sergt RCMP 
Hardy Sadie E school teacher 
Harper E billiards 
Harper Frank elk E Harper 
Harrad Regd emp Kennedy & Man- 

gan 
Harrington J J & Co J J Harrington 

mgr boots and shoes 
Harrison D laborer city 
Hartt Miss A school teacher 
Harvie D G tailor 

Hawthorne Poster Adv Wm Haw- 
thorne prop 
Hayne H L govt road frmn 
Hebl) J T driver Trites-Wood Co Ltd 
Henderson Dorothy M stenogr G G 

Moffatt 
Henderson G G mayor 
Henderson Wm of Fernie Tire Surgy 
Herchmer Sherwood of Herchmer & 
Mitchell 



HBBCHMBB & MITCHBI.Z1. 

(Sherwood Herchmer and Donald 
Mitchell) Barristers, Solicitors and 
Notaries. 

Herkins Miss H M school tchr 

Hesketh Violet elk P O 

Hickey M B car inspector GXR 

Hilton Mary waitress Kings Hotel 

Hilton Mathias miner 

Hogan Miss E M school tchr 

Home Bank of Canada A Watson mgr 

Hong Sing Co Chinese merchants 

Hooker J C meat ctr P Burns & Co 

Hop Sing laundry 

Horton Katherine nurse Fernie Hosp 

Hovan F driver B Purns & Co Ltd 

How Foon Chinese store rest and Idry 

Howarth "Wm elk Trites-Wood Co 

Hughes Catherine elk Jos Podbielan- 

cik 
Hughes J J wtchmn Trites-Wood Co 
Hughes May elk Trites-Wood Co 
Hughes Patk elk W A Ingram 
Hung Hing laundry 
Hunnable Leonard mech Fernie Mo- 
tor Car Co 
Hunt Jefford plumber A T Hamilton 
Hunt Wm driver J Podbielancik 
Hunter Wm miner 

Huntington H R sec-treas Trites- 
"VS'^ood Co Ltd and West Can Whol 
Co Ltd and American Vice-Consul 
Hutchinson Chas planerman Kennedy 

& Mangan 
Hyland J R elk Trites-Wood Co 

ZMFBBIAIi BANK OF CANADA 
A. M. Owen, Manager. 

Imperial Hotel A Rizutto & F San- 

toni props 
Ingram W A cigars and barber shop 
Irvine J S sec Crow's Xest Pass Coal 

Co Ltd 
Isis Theatre J C Orner prop picture 

show 



Dr. 
T. 

Glendon 

M 
O 
O 
D 
Y 

"The 

Gentle 

Dentist" 

* 
Two Big 
Offices: 

DAWSON 
BLOCK 

(Cor. Main and 
Hastings) 

and Corner 

Georgia 

and 

Granville 



opp. 



Hudson's 
Bay 



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don't pay 

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^mgelL 

EnORflVmO CO- 
SIS HASTinCS ST. UI. 
UflnCOUUER.B.C. 

Cuts 
DMumcs 

(in onE OR 

MORE COLORS) 



NEUISPAPERS. 

M4G/IZinES, 
SOUUEniR 
EDITIONS 

CATALOCUES 



LABELS. 
TRADE MARKS. 
LETTER HEADS. 

POSTERS. 
ILLUMIilATED 
ADDRESSES. 



[.Ghrystal 
& Go. Ltd. 

Manufacturers 

Sash 

Doors 

Store 
Fronts 

Interior 

Wood- 

worK 



"On the Viaduct" 

108 
Georgia St. East 

Vancouver 

B. C. 



Janes Fred tmstr Crow's Nest Tdg 

Co 
Janostak Steve grocer 
Jennings Gladys maid Fernie Hosp 
Jennings James elk Fernie Industrial 

& Providential Co-op Soc 
Jennings Sarah prop Waldorf Hotel 
Jentsch F S barber Fernie Cigar Str 
Jim Lee laundry 

Johnson Bert mgr Fernie Meat Mkt 
Johnson Fred clothing 
Johnson Leo barber Fernie Cigar Str 
Johnston Elizabeth cashr Orpheum 

Theatre 
Johnston Guy R dept mgr Crovt^'s 

Nest Tdg Co 
Johnston H J postmaster 
Johnston Jas janitor Prov Govt of- 
fices 
Johnston Wm mgr Orpheum Theatre 
Jones Mrs Harriet caretkr West Fer- 
nie School 
Jones Herbt miner 
Junget Christen insp RCMP 
Kasmer Andrew printer Fernie Free 

Press 
Kasmer John meat ctr S Lowden 
Kasmer Mike elk Trites-Wood Co 
Kastner M A real estate 
Kefoury Bros (N K and A K) dry 

goods boots and shoes 
Kefoury Emmeline elk Kefoury Bros 
Kelley Miss L M asst sec Crow's 

Nest Pass Coal Co 
Kennedy F C mgr men's clothing 

Trites-Wood Co 
Kennedy Minnie waitress Northern 

Hotel 
Kennedy Rev Father B J R C priest 
Kennedy Thos confectionery 
Kennedy & Mangan lumber 
Kerr David of Fernie Tire Surgery 
Kerr Wm dispenser Hotel Fernie bar 
King Edward Hotel J L Gates prop 
Kings Hotel W Mills mgr 
Kirkpatrick Mrs B elk J J Harring- 
ton & Co 
Kirkpatrick Edith bkpr Drs Bonnell 

Garner and Asselstine 
Kirkpatrick Roy plumber 
Kisky Tony elk W A Ingram 
Klauer A chf acct Crow's Nest Pass 
Coal Co 

KOOTEBTAY GASAGE. 

Joseph I^etcher, Proprietor. Auto 
Garagfe, Repairs, Accessories, Tires, 
Battery Chargringr, Gas, Antes for 
Hire, Dealer in Stndebaker Cars. 
(See advt.) 

KOOTSNAT TBUCFHONE I^XNES 
I.TD. 

"W. D. Gilroy, Sec. Blsie David, 
Chf. Operator. Owners of Kootenay 
Telephone laines. 



Kovaliskin Alex porter King Edw Htl 
Krone Nels elk W A Ingram 
Kuzma Thos mgr Crow's Nest Bak- 
ing Co 
LaBelle Blanche elk McLean Drug Co 
Laithwaite John elk Trites-Wood Co 
Lake Mrs Lillian elk Fernie Hotel 
Lalonde V bottler Fernie-Fort Steele 

Brg Co 
Large E mgr Fernie Motor Car Co 
LaRochelle D emp Grand Central Htl 
LaRochelle Fred mech Kootenay Grge 
Lasselle Ben mgr Workingmen's Co- 
op Soc Ltd 
Lassalle C grocer 
Lassalle Theo P driver Workingmen's 

Soc Ltd 
Latham H acct Crow's Nest Pass 

Coal Co 
Lawe F C of Lawe & Fisher 
Lawe & Fisher barrs and solrs 
Lawson S O chief of police licenses 

and sanitary inspector 
Lees Andrew miner 
Leigh Emily waitress Northern Htl 
Letcher Joseph prop Kootenay Grge 
Lewis Ethel waitress King Edw Htl 
Liphardt A C jeweler and optician 
Littley Connie opr Kootenay Tel 

Lines Ltd 
Longden J electrician 
Lowden Stanley meats 
Lowe J P undertaker 
Lundie Peter R real estate 
Lyas Annie stenogr Herchmer & Mit- 
chell 
McAllister E Marion school tchr 
McCallum Neil city engineer 
McDermid Wm brkmn M F & M Ry 
Macdonald Miss F school tchr 
McDonald John mine inspector 
MacDonald A & Co T Prentice mgr 

wholesale grocers 
McEwan Mrs Ethel elk R G McEwan 
McEwan R G bakery 
McEwan R H janitor P O bldg 
McGill Mrs Margaret opr Kootenay 

Tel Lines 
McGladery Bros Thos McGladery 

mgr transfer and storage 
McGladery John cellerman Pernie- 

Fort Steele Brewing Co 
McGonigan Levi J bkpr Kennedy & 

Mangan 
Mclntyre John barber J L Mclntyre 
McTntyre J L billiards barber cigars 

and tobacco 
Mackie Norman S acct Imperial Bk 
McKinnon Bessie mgr ladies' ready- 
to-wear Trites-Wood Co Ltd 
McLaren John brkmn M F & M Ry 
McLean Drug & Book Ltd H F Mc- 
Lean mgr 
McLean James vendor Govt Liquor 

Store 
McLean Ruth elk McLean Drug Co 



KOOTENAY GARAGE 

JOS. Z^ETCKBR. Proprietor 

Battery Service Station — Cars for Hire 



Complete Line of Tires, Tubes, Accessories, Greases and Oils 
Dealer in Studebaker Cars Service Night and Day 

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McLennan Duncan driver Fernle 

Cartage Co 
Mceod J R printer Fernle Free Press 
McNicholas Jas fire chief 
McPhee Anna bkpr Trites-Wood Co 
McPhee Jean cllt Trites-Wood Co 
McPhee Stewart elk CPR 
McPherson Hugh elk 41 Meat Mkt 
McPherson Sadie nurse Fernie Hosp 
McPherson Wm miner 
McVannell Duncan elk Crow's Nest 

Tdg Co Ltd 
Madden Helen waitress Kings Hotel 
Malsbury Regd shoemkr T Malsbury 
Malsbury Tom shoemaker 
Maltman James miner 
Mangan J T of Kennedy & Mangan 

and J T Mangan & Co 
Mangan J T & Co ties piling and 

cediar poles and posts 
Marcinek Peter prop Royal Hotel 
Markland Danl sec G-"W^VA 
Marshall J H bkpr Crow's Nest Pass 

Coal Co 
Marshall Rissle elk Trites-Wood Co 
Marsham Ed fireman Power House 
Martin L G meeh Fernie Garage 
Meadows Elsie emp My Valet 
Miard Henry E asst insp mines 
Mills Leslie A mgr TValdorf Hotel 
Mills Wm mgr Kings Hotel 
Miners Union Robt Darbyshire sec 
Minton Hilda opr Kootenay Tel Lines 

Ltd 
Minton H E drug elk W G Strachan 
Minton Thos mech Fernie Garage 
Mlscisco J shoemaker 
Missco John sec Can Italian Literary 

Assn 
Mitchell Donald barrister 
Mitchell Donald of Herchmer & Mit- 
chell 
Mitchell James elk W A Ingram 
Mitchell Robt miner 
Moffatt Arthur J city clerk treasurer 

assessor sec school board and no- 
. tary public 

Moffatt G G real estate and ins 
Molligan Rosie waitress Grand Cen- 
tral Hotel 
Morris James eng M F & M Ry 
Morrissey Fernie & Michel Ry Co J 

S Irvine sec 
Moses Geo F cashier Crow's Nest 

Pass Coal Co 
Mount Fernie Lodge No 47 lOOF 

Wes Owen rec-sec 
Mulligan Thos miner 
Murray John miner 
Murray W S mgr boot and shoe dept 

Trites-Wood Co. Ltd 
'^Ty Valet R Colgur & A Carosella 

props 

don F driver Fernie Cartage Co 

Ison Florence stenogr Crow's Nest 

Tdg Co 

• uest E frmn bottler Fernie-Fort 

Steele Brg Co Ltd 
Nicholson Miss E L school tchr 
Nicholson Hector driver Fernie Cart- 

ige Co 
■olettl D mgr Roma Hotel 

edig Ernest jr driver Trites-Wood 

Co Ltd 
Xorris C H elk Trites-Wood Co Ltd 
Northern Hotel C W Barrett mgr 
O'Neil C mgr White Spruce Lbr Co 
Oakley T E chief clerk CPR 
Oliver John elk Crow's Nest Pass 

Coal Co « 

Omer C H elk Fernie Optical Parlors 
Orner J C prop Fernie Opt Parlors 
Orpheum Theatre Wm Johnston mgr 

picture show 
lOwen A M mgr Imperial Bank 
Owen C W carp M F & M Ry 



Palace Meat Market P Burns & Co 

Ltd prop J Wasnock mgr 
Palm Confectionery Store J Wood 

prop 
Parker Joe car insp M F & M Ry 
Parker Mrs school tchr 
Pass A P sergt RCMP 
Paterson E of Fernie Cartage Co 
Paton Thos driver Fernie Meat Mkt 
Patterson Margaret school tchr 
Paziaud Denise bkpr Fernie Motor 

Car Co 
Paziaud R mech Fernie Motor Car Co 
Pearson Geo prop Elk Livery 
Pelletier Agnes stenogr Fernie-Fort 

Steele Brewing Co 
Perkins Geo meat ctr Fernie Mt Mkt 
Perry Annie stenogr Lawe & Fisher 
Perry Fred G court stenogr 

FESBY, JOSEPH. 

Prop. Grand Central Hotel, Bottle 
Dealer, Wood Dealer, and General 
DxAyiag. 

Peterson M brewer Fernie-Fort Steele 

Brg Co 
Phillips A L elk Trites-Wood Co 
Phillips R D poultry-breeding 
Phillips Wm bottler Fernie-Fort 

Steele Brg Co Ltd 

PICKEBXNG, DB. W. H. 

Dentist. 

Pierpont A agt Morrisey Fernie & 

Michel Ry Co 
Piola Noal plaster and bricklaying 

contr 
Podbielancik John flour feed hay and 

grain 
Podbielancik Jos grocer 
Podbielancik Steve driver John Pod- 
bielancik 
Pollock J R bkpr Kootenay Garage 
Premier House Mrs Harry Wilkes 

prop furnished rooms 
Prentice T mgr Crow's Nest Tdg Co 

Ltd and A MacDonald & Co 
Price E elk Crow's Nest Trading Co 
Price R P elk Bank of Com 
Provincial Police W R Dunwoody 

insp 
Puckey J T mine rescue station instr 
Puncho Paul porter Northern Hotel 
Quail Mrs J D hardware 
Quail Michael mgr Mrs. J D Quail 

QUEENS HOTEI.. 

Peter Bratten, Prop. 

Rahal John elk Kefoury Bros 
Rahal Rose elk A F Haddad 
Ramsay Geo dispenser Govt Liquor 

Store 
Rauter Millie elk B Winnett 
Rawlinson E E elk Imperial Bank 
Rawson Percy sec-hd dlr 

B. C. M. P. 

C. Jnngret, Inspector. 

Redoules Mrs C janitor Annex Schl 

Reece C taxidermist 

Reed Geo N mgr Fernie-Fort Steele 

Brg Co 
Rewers J V of Fernie Undertaking 

Richardson Jessie elk TritesWood Co 
Ltd 

Rigg John Steward Fernie Literary 
& Athletic Assn 

Rizutto Angelo of Imperial Hotel 

Robertson J W frmn Fernie Free 
Press 

Robichaud Martin F customs officer 

Robinson Peter cellerman Fernie- 
Fort Steele Brewing Co 

Robson H clerk CPR 

Robson James bottler Fernie-Fort 
Steele Brewing Co 



For 
Wallpaper, 

Paints, 
Varnishes 

and 
Brashes 




Window 

Draperies 

and 

House 

Furnish* 
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Layritz 
Nurseries 

Fruit and . 
Ornamental 
Trees, 
Hollies, 
Roses, 
Rhodo- 
dendrons, 
Small Fruits, 
Perennials, 
Etc. 

Oldest and 

Best 

Established 

Nurseries in 

British 

Columbia 

VICTORIA 

B. C. 



I^ickson's 

importing 

Tea and Coffee 

Co., Limited 

Wholesale and 
lietail Import- 
ers, Roasters, 
Blenders and 
Packers 

TEAS 

COFFEES 

COCOA 

Sr^'i for Prices 

uitd Samples 
Prompt Attention 

to Retail cr 
Wholesale Orders 

Shipments by 
parcel post (duty 
free) to any point 
in Canada, U. S. 
or abroad. 

317-321 
Columbia Ave. 

Vancouver 

B.C. 



Rogers Mark C gen mgr Fernle 

Liquor Exporters Ltd 
Rolston Eileen school tchr 
Roma Hotel P Carosella prop 
Ross Elijah janitor Crow's Nest Pass 

Coal Co 
Royal Candy Co A Walde prop 
Royal Hotel P Marcinek & S Felik 

props 
Rudnicki J F elk Home Bank 
Ruskol Paul planerman Kennedy & 

Mangan 
St James Lea tech High School 
Salt T F C prov constable 
Sam Lee laundry _ 

Sanborn A B mgr B C & Alta Power 

Co 
Sandall C constable RCMP 
Santoni Frank of Imperial Hotel 
Schagel Dahlia elk Crow's Nest Tdg 

Co 
Schagel Myrtle elk American Consul 
Sedrovich John tmstr Kennedy & 

Mangan 
Seiriollo Antonia emp Grand Central 

Hotel 
Shand A elk Trites-Wood Co 
Sheffield P H prin Central School 
Sherin C nurse Fernie Hospital 
Sherwood A tmstr Fernie-Fort Steele 

Brg Co 
Shorthouse Bernice elk Royal Candy 

Co 
Shorthouse Wm clerk J D Quail 
Shulacki Joe hostler M F & M Ry 
Simmonds Miss K school tchr 
Sirianna Frank elk Roma Hotel 
Skerkowskie B J constable RCMP 
Sloan Lizzie emp Fernie Free Press 
Small David tmstr Crow's Nest Tdg 

Co 
Small Davina elk N E Suddaby 
Smith B barber 

Smith Nelson blksmith M A Berigan 
Smith N J porter Grand Central Htl 
Smolak Katie cashier Trites-Wood 

Co 
Spalding J F photographer 
Spiller W E V chf const prov police 
Stark J Dom Express agent 

STBNSOir, B. jr. 

Government Agent, District Begfis- 
trar of Supreme and County Courts 
and Stipendiary Magistrate. 

Stephens Alice tailoress D G Harvie 
Stephens Elizabeth wrapper Trites- 
Wood Co 
Stephenson Cowper school janitor 
Stewart E T gen mgr Trites-Wood Co 

Ltd 
Stewart J teamster city 
Stewart W J master mech M F & M 

Ry 
Stocks G H school tchr 
Stowe Paul tailor D G Harvie 

STBACHAN BBXTG CO. 

vr. G. Strachan, Prop. Drugs, 
Toilet Articles, Stationery, Sport- 
ing Goods, Photographic Supplies, 
Office Supplies and Gramophones. 

Strachan Robert mine inspector 
Strachan W G of Strachan Drug Co 
Studebaker Cars J Letcher dealer 
Suddaby N E drugs stationery 
Sweaney John whsmn Trites-Wood Co 
Swift Creek Lbr Co Ltd (reg off) 
Tabacak Cecilia elk Crow's Nest Tdg 

Co 
Taylor Mrs B E elk P O 
Taylor Mrs Francis elk P O 
Taynton G G elk Imperial Bank 
Teeple Miss M school tchr 
Terry Norman elk Western Canada 

Whol Co 
Thomas J laborer city 



Thompson Ethel stenogr Herchmer & 

Mitchell 
Thornton R D chf eng Power House 
Tilinko Mary maid King Edw Hotel 
Todd Mrs Elizabeth millinery ladies' 

ready-to-wear 
Tognotti Bert meat ctr P Burns & 

Co 
Townsend Florrie maid Kings Hotel 
Traherne W L druggist N E Suddaby 
Trist Douglas R elk B C «& Alta 

Power Co 
Trites A B pres Trites-Wood Co Ltd 

vice-pres Western Can Whol Co 
Trites-Wood Co Ltd E K Stewart gen 

mgr department store 
Turner A W mgr Fernie Ind & Prov 

Co-op Society Ltd 
Turner H E elk Fernie Ind & Prov 

Co-op Soc 
Turner Mrs John E Dickinson mgr 

electns 
Turner Lizzie waitress Northern Htl 
Tutin Edw constable RCMP 
United Mine Workers R Darbyshire 

sec 
Uphill Thos life insurance 
Vanbuskirk W whsmn Western Can 

Whol Co Ltd 
Van Maarton J eng Fernie-Fort 

Steele Brg Co 
Vecchio John confectionery 
Venables C car repairer GNR 
Verkirk L dftsmn Crows Nest Pass 

Coal Co 
Vincent Geo confectionery 
Vincent Mrs Helen confectionery 
Vines Geo car repairer CPR 
Wah Ying Chong Co Leong Yim mgr 

Chinese merchants 
Walde A prop Royal Candy Co 
Waldorf Hotel Sarah Jennings prop 

L A Mills mgr 
Walker A L mgr grocery dept Trites- 
Wood Co 
Walker Cassie B marton Fernie Hosp 
Wallace H F elk Bank of Commerce 
Wallace J R editor and mgr Fernie 

Free Press 
Ward James mach M F & M Ry 
Wasnock J mgr Palace Market 
Wasnock Peter driver P B urns & Co 
Waters Annie elk Crows Nest Trad- 
ing Co Ltd 
W^aters Lila steno Home Bank 
Watmough W J mgr dry goods dept 

Trites-Wood Co Ltd 
Watson A mgr Home Bank of Can 
Watson A H elk Prov offices 
Weaver Jesse J corp RCMP 
Wesloski John barber A Dragon 
Westby Kathleen clerk PO 
Westera John printer Fernie Free 
Press 

WBSTBBK CANADA WHOI^BSAIiE 
CO. I.TD. 
A. Corrie, Mgr. "Wliolesale Gro- 
ceries, Fruits and Produce. 

Western Union Telegraphs H E 

Douglas agent 
Whalley Arthur bottler Fernie-Fort 

Steele Brewing Co 
White F mgr Land Dept Crows Nest 

Pass Coal Co Ltd 
White Spruce Lumber Co Ltd C O 

Neil mgr lumber mfrs and logging 
Whitehouse Saml elk Queens Hotel 
Whitelaw Matthew pur agt Crows 

Nest Pass Coal Co 
Wilkes Mrs Harry prop Premier Hse 
Wilkes Henry A gen contractor 
Williams John blksmth M F & M Ry 
Wilson Bishop assayer Crows Nest 

T^3.ss C!o3.1 Co 
Wilson H D elk Crows Nest Pass 

Coal Co 



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Wilson Hartley P chf eng Crows Nest 

Tass Coal Co 
\\ lis .n J car elk CPR 
Wilson J of Fernie Cartage Co 
Wilson Stafford supt Morrissey Fer- 
nie & Michel Ry and car shops 
Wilson Thos elk Crows Nest Trading 

Co Ltd 
Wilson W R gen mgr Crows Nest 

Pass Coal Co 
Wing Hong Chong Co Ye Kam Chong 

Chinese merchandise 
Wing Lee Yuen Co Chinese store 
WInnett Bernice princ Fernie Busi- 
ness College and ins agent 
Winnett W H elk A MacDonald & Co 
Winstanley A acct Crows Nest Pass 

Coal Co 
Winters G E teleg opr CPR 
Wood Ernest H mgr Can Bank of 

Commerce 
Wood H W elk Imperial Bank 
Wood John prop Palm Confectionery 
Wood John jr elk Palm Confectnry 
Wood Nancy teller Bank of Comm 
Wood Nellie elk Crows Nest Trad- 
ing Co Ltd 
Wood R W pres Western Canada 
Wholesale Co Ltd and vice pres 
Trites-Wood Co Ltd 
Woodhouse Fred hlpr M F & M Ry 
W^oods Dorothy elk Kefoury Bros 
Woods Edith elk PO 
Woods John M baggage mstr CPR 
Woods O M eng Fernie-Fort Steele 

Brewing Co 
Woolgar Louise nurse Fernie Hosp 

WOKKIITGMZK'S CO-OPESATIVE 
SOCIETY LTD. 
B. Iiassalle, Mgr. Groceries, 2>ty 
Goods, Confectionery and Feed. 

Worthington W A driver Trites- 
Wood Co 
Yu Foy restaurant 
Zanozieh Sam of City Hotel 

Ferrer Point, on the west side of 
Nootka Island. 

Ferris Creek, 5 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Salmon River, Shuswap Lake. 

FERROUX 

a flag station on Kettle Valley Ry. 
(no agent), 3 miles from Beav2r- 
dell. Greenwood Provincial Electoral 
District. Carmi is the nearest post 
office. 

Fiddle Reef a lighthouse off the 
southeast of Vancouver Island. 

FIELD 

a post office and station on the C.P. 
R. main line, 36 miles east of Gold- 
en, in Columbia Provincial Electoral 
District. Field is surrounded by j 

majestic peaks and tremendous gla- 
ciers, beautiful lakes and mighty 
waterfalls. It is a veritable para- 
dise for the mountain climber, sports- 
man and artist. Altitude 4,066 feet. 
Office of Provincial Police Constable. 
Population 350. Has C.P.R. Tele- 
graph, public school, Presbyterian 
and R. C. churches. Local resources: 
Big game, fishing and mining. 
Adamson Wm engineer CPR 

I Adkins Wm mgr Couverakee Mine 

[ Brearly Geo laborer 
Brewster Transportation Co gruides 

pack horses etc. 
Bonwick Ted CPR emp 

. Bruce Chas W switchman 
Burns P & Co Ltd meats 
Chapin & Co Calgary owners Couver- 

I akee Mine 



Cheeseman Geo A phys and med 

health officer 
Coppock Bryan park warden 
Couverakee Mine Chapin & Co own- 
ers lead 
Crockett Edw I engineer CPR 
Currie Duncan barn boss Brewster 

Trans Co 
Daws Bertram E electrician 
Dawson James brick mason 
Depew Fred sec YMCA 
Devine Stephen laborer 
Dewberry John road foreman 
Donaldson James M machinist 
Duke David M loco engineer 
Fanklin Henry hostler CPR 
Foulkes Ishmail W' fitter 
Giddie J chief fire warden 
Gilbert Percival D train clerk 
Gordon M^m H trainmaster CPR 
Gordon Henry janitor YMCA 
Graham Eldon C loco engineer 
Greco Frank car repairer 
GWVA C Hack sec 
Hack Cyril clerk 
Haley Francis E signal maintainer 

CPR 
Hamilton Chas E emp CPR 
Hampton Wm loco engineer 
Hankins Geo teamster 
Hartley Wm H fire warden 
Haygarth Wm trapper 
Henry Arnold L machinist 
Hill Geo trapper 
Hogg Jas E engineer 
Howatson Everett R brakeman CPR 
Hutchinson Robt watchman 
Keech E sta agt CPR 
Langley D const CPR 
Lawes Geo farming swine 
Lines W H acting sergt CPR 
Lines Wm H CPR constable 
Longley Edw RCMP 
McAnany Jas P engineer 
McComb John E railway conductor 
McDonald Ernest A teamster 
MacDonald Gladstone clerk 
MacDonald Hugh G general store 
McKenzie Archd CPR hostler 
McLennan Allan postmaster 
McLeod Alex CPR train clerk 
McMichael Lennon P telegrapher 
McMillan Alex ear inspector 
MacMahon E druggist Field Drug Co 
Mather Wm carp CPR 
Melville John T watchman 
Merritt Geo H boilermaker 
Mitchell MRP Burns & Co 
Milton Geo opr CPR 
Mount Stephen House CPR 
Nicholas Alfred sec hand CPR 
Norman Lewis storekeeper 
Partridge Jas S engineer CPR 
Port Frank car inspector 
Railway YMCA 
Roberts John fireman CPR 
Robinson Thomas laborer 
Russell E N supt Yohoe and Glacier 

Parks 
Rutherford Wallace G engineer 
Sadler Walter switchman CPR 
Soott Robt P checker CPR 
Sivear C W barber 
Soucie Edw bridge foreman CPR 
Stevenson Chas laborer CPR 
Stevenson Wm sta fireman 
Taylor Geo W carp contractor 
Thaeker Ernest E CPR car foreman 
Thomas Guy mine foreman 
Tucker J fire warden 
Turner J ohn C boilermakers helper 
Thwaites Ralph C machinist 
W^alles Chas B boilermaker 
Wood Geo A carpenter 

Field Mountain, 4 miles north of 
Field. 



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FIFE 

a post office and station on C.P.R., 

5 miles east of Cascade and 17 east 
. of Grand Forks, near Chritina Lake, 

in Grand Forks Provincial Electoral 
District. Has public school. Popu- 
lation 150. Local resources: Lime 
quarry, which supplies the Tadanac 
smelter of the Consolidated Mining 

6 Smelting Co. Ltd., agriculture and 
cattle raising. 

Anselmo C pole contractor 
Clarkson Granville ranching 
Clarkson Henry W farming 
Clarkston Zachariah farming and sec 

school board 
Fornell John dairy farming 
Frairer C pole contractor 
Huggins Wm lumbering 
Hogglund P L mixed farming and 

sec Hilltop school board 
Holm Anton P mixed farming 
Johnson Axel mixed farming 
Louerier Joe ranching 
Maida Leonard dairy farming and 

pole contr 
Maida M ranching 
Mazzochi Olivio general store 
Nord Anton mixed farming 
Nyberg John mixed farming 
Palm Ernest A mixed farming 
St Jullion & Charlino pole contrs 
Skands Ole mixed farming 
Strom Gus mixed farming 
Talarlco F tie contractor 
Talarico Sam pole contractor 
Tambelline O engineer 
Tedesco Anthony ranching 
Tedesco James tie maker 
Tedesco Johhn general store 
Talarico Sam mixed farming 
Timberlake F Sawmill Co 
United Farmers of B C P C Clarks- 
ton sec 
Wilkinson Mrs H R teacher 
Wilkinson J F mixed farming and PM 

Fife Cape, on the east of Graham 
Island, Queen Charlotte Islands. 

Fife Creek, 5 miles long, runs into 
Cariboo Lake, West Kootenay. 

Fifteen Mile Creek, flows into Co- 
lumbia River, 8 miles south of 
Golden. 

Fifteen Mile Creek, on the left 
bank of Columbia River, 15 miles 
north of Revelstoke. 

FIFTY-NINE MILE HOUSE 

a roadhouse on the Cariboo road, 
north of Ashcroft, in Lillooet Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. Address 
mail via Ashcroft. 

Fin Island, at entrance to Douglas 
Channel, 10 miles south of Pitt Is- 
land. 

Findlay Creek, 33 miles long, runs 
into Kootenay River, 6 miles south 
of Upper Columbia Lake. 

Finger Mountain, 5,000 feet high, 
lies to the east of Seymour Inlet, 
Coast district. 

FINLAY FORKS 

a post office and trading post at 
junction of the Finlay and Parsnip 
rivers, in Fort George Provincial 
Electoral District, 110 miles north of 
Fort St. James, on Vanderhoof and 
Fort St. James wagon road. It is 
also reached from Prince George by 
wal of the Willow River route, and 
fTcrri Edmonton, Alta., by the Peace 
River. 



McKinnon Alan postmaster 
Perry Thos A dep rec Mines Dept 
and P M 

Finlay Rapids, a junction of Finlay 
and Peace Rivers. 

Finlay River, 130 miles long, rises 
in the northwest of the Omineca 
district, and flows southeast joining 
the Peace River at Lat. 56, Long. 
124. 

Finlayson Channel, between the 
southeast of Princess Royal Island 
and Roderick Island. 

Finlayson Point, on the south side 
of Beacon Hill Park, Victoria. 

Finlayson's Arm, the south ex- 
tremity of Saanich Inlet, Vancouver 
Island. 

FINTRY 

a steamer landing on Okanagan Lake 
16 miles south of Vernon and 25 
miles north of Kelowna, in North 
Okanagon Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict, served by C.P.R. lake steam- 
ers. Okanagan Landing is the post 
office. 

Baird T H stock mgr 
Dunwaters N C fruit ranching 
Godwin J D fruit and estate mgr 

FIR 

a flag station on the C.P.R., near 
Marysville, the post office. 

Fire Creek, 6 miles long, runs into 
north end of Harrison Lake. 

Fire Lake, 4 miles long. In the 
New Westminster district, 10 miles 
northwest of Harrison Lake. 

Firepan Mountains, lie to the north- 
east of Babine Lake. 

FIRE VALLEY 

a settlement on Inonoakin Creek, on 
the northwest of Lower Arrow Lake, 
There is also a steamer landing on 
the lake, 35 miles south of Nakusp. 
Has public school. See names under 
Edgewood. 

FIRLANDS 

a station on the C. P. R., Kootenay 
Central branch, 8 miles north of Ath- 
almer, and 2% miles west of Radi- 
um Hot Springs, the post office, in 
Columbia Provincial Electoral Dis- 
trict. See names under Radium Hot 
Springs. 

First Gordon Pasha Lake, 2% 
miles long. (See Gordon Pasha 
Lake.) 

First Narrows, at the entrance to 
Burrard Inlet. 

FIRVALE 

a farming settlement in Bella Coola 
Valley, 30 miles east of Bella Coola, 
in Prince Rupert Provincial Electoral 
District, reached by Union S. S. Co.'s 
boats from Vancouver to Bella Coola, 
thence by stage. Nearest telegraph 
office is at Atnarko, 25 miles. Has 
Seventh Day Adventist Church. Lo- 
cal resources: Fruit and vegetable 
land, timber, big and small game, 
trout fishing, trapping, etc. Hagens- 
borg is the post olfice. 
Carpenter A J physician 
Goff Geo farming 

off Joseph farming 
Gyllenspetz E farming packing 



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Hober J W farming general store 
Johnson F A farming 
Kivett W C farming 
White H E farming 

Fisguard Light, on a rock at west 
of entrance to Esquimalt Harbour. 

Fish Creek, 6 miles long, runs into 
Kettle River, near its source. 

FISH LAKE 

a summer and fishing resort, 22 miles 
southwest of Kamloops, the post of- 
fice, in Kamloops Provincial Electoral 
District. Has Dominion Government 
long distance telephone office and 
forest ranger. Good auto road. Elev- 
ation 4,120 feet. Land values aver- 
age from $20 to $100 per acre. 
Cowan R hotel 

FISH TRAP 

a settlement, 3 miles from McLure, 
which is on the C. N. R., 30 miles 
north of Kamloops, in Kamloops Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. 
Kenmlre M 
White N 

Fisher Channel, between the north- 
west coast of Fisher Island and the 
mainland, 10 miles east of Bella 
Bella. 

Fisher Creek, 3 miles long, tribu- 
tary of Wild Horse Creek, Fort 
Steele. 

FISHERMAN 

a flag station on the K. V. Ry., no 
agent, 5 miles from Grand Forks, 
the post office, in Grand Forks Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. 

FISHERMAN BAY 

a post office on the north end of 
Vancouver Island, 23 ^^ miles north- 
west of Shushartie, in Comox Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. Popula- 
tion of district about 200. Resour- 
ces: Mixed farming and fishing. 
Darlington A D general store 
Vick Jas E postmaster 
Wady C W sec Cape Scott Farmers 
Institute 

FISHERMAN BAY 

a summer resort on Howe Sound, 12 
miles west of North Vancouver, 
served by the P.G.E. Ry. Has Gov- 
ernment telephone service with Van- 
couver. Address mail to WhytecliCte. 
Argue 'W P summer resident 
Blowey J T summer resident 
Brydone-Jack Dr F W summer res 
Carnwath C H summer resident 
Caspell E summer resident 
TWCA Summer Camp 

Fisherman's Creek, 6 miles long, 
runs into the west fork of Kettle 
River at Fisherman. 

Fisher Mount, situated east of 
Wardner, East Kootenay. 

Fishing Lake, 20 miles long, in 
the north of the Omineca district. 100 
miles northwest of Fort Graham. 

Fishing Lake, 3 miles long, in the 
north of Llard district, 80 miles east 
of Sylvester Landing. 

Fish Lake, 4 miles long, 23 miles 
north of Princton. 

Fish Lake. 2 miles long, In Lillooet 



district, 18 miles southeast of Dog 
Creek post office. 

Fish Lake, 1 mile long, 14 miles 
southeast of Kamloops. 

Fish Lakes, 3 small lakes, 7 miles 
west of Cranbrook. 

Fish River, or Incamapleux River, 
40 miles long, flows soutb into north 
end of Upper Arrow Lake. 

Fissure Creek, 8 miles long, a 
tributary on the right bank of the 
Columbia River, 50 miles north of 
Revelstoke. 

FITZGERALDS 

a flag station on the E. & N. Ry., 
22 miles north of Victoria, and 11 
from Coldstream, in Esquimalt Pro- 
vincial Electoral District. Nearest 
C.P.R. telegraph office is at Mala- 
hat. Address mail via Coldstream 
post office. 

Fitzhugh Sound, lies to the south 
and east of Calvert Island, separating 
it from the mainland, and 36 miles 
north of Vancouver Island. 

Five Finger Island, in the en- 
trance to Nanaimo Harbour. 

Five Mile Creek, 28 miles long, runs 
into Similkameen River, 7 miles ease 
of Princeton. 

Five Mile Creek, 8 miles long, runs 
into west arm of Kootenay Lake, 5 
miles northeast of Nelson. 

Five Mile Creek, 8 miles long, on 
the left bank of the Columbia River, 
26 miles north of Revelstoke. 

Five Mile Creek, 7 miles long, runs 
into Trout Lake, West Kootenay. 

Five Mile Creek, 7 miles long, a 
tributary of Slocan River. 

Five Mile Creek, 5 miles long, a 
tributary of Dutch Creek. 

Fizzle Lake, in the southwest of 
Saanich district, Vancouver Island, 
2 miles north of Millstream. 

FLAGSTONE 

a post office and farming settlement 
25 miles south of Elko, in Fernie 
Provincial Electoral District, on G. 
N. Ry., no agent, business centre is 
Fernie. Kootenay Telephone, public 
school. Population 200. Land aver- 
ages $20 per acre raw and $100 im- 
proved. Local resources: Lumber- 
ing and farming. 
Abbey Henry mixed farming 
Abbey O A mixed farming 
Blackey Harry copper mining 
Broley Hubert millworker 
Broley J A sawmill owner 
Brooks Henry mixed farming 
Brown Howard grain grower 
Brulotte Joe mixed farming 
Charlesworth Joe PO and mail driver 
Desrosiers Joe mixed farming 
Downs Lumber Co F Downs mgr 
Edall Clark stock raiser 
Edloff Oscar mixed farming 
Ekloff John mixed farming 
Fuller Joe mill hand 
Furgerson Chas mixed farming 
Gordon Joe foreman 
Gorrie Methven mixed farming 
Gorrie Thos mixed farming 
Gorrie Wm mixed farming 
Hampton J prospector 
Hanson John mixed farming 
Hiram James stock raiser 
Hubesty Robt confectionery 
Hunter Robert mixed farming 
Hyde — custom officer 
Letcher Ed truck driver 




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Letcher Geo truck driver 
Letcher H truck driver 
Letcher Thos mixed farming 
McCabe Robt mixed farming 
McDonald Samuel mixed farming 
MacDonald S J hauling contractor 
McGuire H W mixed farming and 

sec school board 
McKay George hotel keeper 
Madge S W exp strawberry farm 

and P M 
Morrison W J mixed farming 
Newendorf Henry real estate agent 
Nolin Robt mgr R C Lumber Co 
Nichols Dave ranching 
Parnell Wm mixed farming 
Petterson Gust farming 
Phillips Michel mixed farming 
Phillips S mixed farming 
Phillips Wm mixed farming 
Rainbow Creek Lumber Co Robert 

Nolin mgr 
Reed Robert farming 
R C Mission 
Roos Geo Fred farming 
Roosville Cash Store Mrs Roo prop 
Seafort George farming 
Sinclair C mixed farming 
Sinclair Jas Mixer farming 
Skeene L engineer 
Smith Fred sawmill owner 
Stocks J P mixed farming 
Thresh F contractor 

FLAT CREEK 

a mining camp and flag station on 
C P. R. main line, 5 miles east of 
Illicillewaet, in Revelstoke Provin- 
cial Electoral District, 32 miles east 
of Revelstoke. 

Flat Creek, 8 miles long, runs into 
Illicillewaet River, west of Glacier. 



FLATHEAD 

a coal and oil district, 26 miles south- 
east of Fernie, in Fernie Provincial 
Electoral District, and about 14 
miles from Corbin, B. C. Customs 
examining station outport of Fernie. 
Address mail Flathead via Corbin, 
B. C. In summer, and via Belton, 
Montana, in winter. 
B C Oil Co 
Crow's Nest Oil Co R H Greene sec 

and treas 
Flathead Townsite Co V Symonds 

mgr 
Roberts W customs collfjctor 

Flathead River, north fork, rises In 
the mountains southeast of Fernie, 
and flows south, crossing into Mon- 
tana, U.S.A., 15 miles west of Al- 
berta boundary. 

Flat Island, % mile west of Las- 
queti Island. 

Flat Island, 4 miles long, south of 
Irvine's Landing. 

Flat Mountain, 6,000 feet high, lies 
to the north of Seymour Inlet, Coast 
district. 

Flat Top Islands, at southeast of 
Gabriola Island. 

Fletcher Lake, 4 miles long, in the 
north of the Lillooet district, 12 miles 
southwest of Hanceville. 

FLOOD 

a post office and flag station on C. 
N. R.R., 4 miles west of Hope, in 
Yale Provincial Electoral District. 
Population 70. Local resources: 
1 Farming, mining and lumbering. 



Alexander R emp Flood Lumber Co 

Black Wm ranching 

Calder John D mixed farming 

Cathcart G mill emp 

Cordy Jas mixed farming 

Dawson J emp Flood Lumber Co 

Dawson John ranching 

Flood Chas S ranching 

Flood Lumber Co Stuart & Alexander 
props 

Flood Wm L ranching 

Gillander Wm ranching and P M 

Gravelle Frank mixed farming 

Hope Lumber Co Johnson & John- 
son props 

Hutchinson Henry mixed farming 

Johnson & Johnson props Hope Lum- 
ber Co 

Lapworth Thos J poultry farming 

Larsen John A mixed farming 

McLeod Dave mill emp 

Montgomery R mixed farming 

Petterson G mill emp 

Petterson P retired 

Raab A E mixed farming 

Raymond Paul mixed farming 

Smith Harry ranching 

Starrett Wm ranching 

Stuart W T emp Flood Lumber Co 

Torstenson Odd farming and stock 

Wright John mixed farming 

Floodwood Creek, 4 miles long, 
runs into San Juan River, near its 
source. 

Florence Lake, 3 miles long, in 
the north of Valdes Island. 

Florence Lake, % mile long, 2^^ 
miles east of Goldstream, Vancouver 
Island. 

Florence Peninsula, 20 miles north 
of Bella Bella. 

Florencia Island, situated off the 
west coast of Vancouver Island, 8 
miles north of Barclay Sound. 

Flores Island, 10 miles long and 
5 broad, situated on the west coast 
of Vancouver Island, north of Clayo- 
quot Sound, and 160 miles northwest 
of Victoria. 

Fly Island, 2 miles .south of 
Broughton Island. 

FOCH 

(formerly called Olson Lake), a post 
office and settlement between Powell 
Lake and Olsen Lake, 17 miles from 
Powell River, in Comox Provincial 
Electoral District, reached by launch 
from Powell River every Tuesday 
and Saturday. Has public school. 
Population 100. Local resources: 
Logging, mixed farming, mining, 
fruit growing. Good fishing and 
hunting. 
Chanson Auguste fruit growing and 

farming 
Ethofer Geo farming 
Gothard Henry mixed farming 
Hriki John ranching 
Kennedy D G mining farming 
Lasser Robert mixed farming 
Norton A mixed farming 
Olsen O E mixed farming 
Petit Pierre mixed farming 
Plissen Th farming launch fruit 
Rolandi Jos farming logging 
Rowley Alex N ranching and P M 
Schultz Geo mixed farming 

Forbes Bay, in Homfray Channel, 
opposite Redonda Island. 

Forbes Island, at north side of 
Barclay Sound, Vancouver Island. 

Forbes Mountain, 30 miles north 
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FORDE 

a flag station on the C.P.R., 12 miles 
west of Golden, in Columbia Provin- 
cial Electoral District. Has school 
and mission. 
Avery W ranching 
Baker Percy trapping 
Broughton Martin farming 
Brown I H rancher 
Bunting Algj' trapping 
Butterfield Rex ranching fire ranger 
Cooper Henry M rancher 
Deakin Wm farming 
Dejordy Thos arnchher 
Dickson Jas farmer 
Dodsworth Geo farming 
Good Jas farming 
Hewitt Wm farming 
Hewitt "VN'm jr farming 
Jones W farming 
Lindstrom Jos farming 
Lumsden W farming 
2Havill H A farming 
Mitchell Bert farming 
Neill Wm farming 
Price J W farming 
St Martin Cliff ranching 
Seward W farming 
Shaw G M farming 

Fording River, 35 miles long, flows 
southward into the Elk River, East 
Kootenay district, 30 miles north of 
Fernie. 

Fords Lake, on the south of Salt 
Spring Island. 

FOREMAN 

a flag station on the G.T.P., 5 miles 
east of Prince George, the post of- 
fice and nearest telegraph office. In 
Fort George Provincial Electoral 
District. 

Gibbs W section foreman 
Gouthier & Blaine tie contractors 

FOREST GLEN 

a steamer landing on the C. P. R., 
Columbia River water route, between 
Arrowhead and West Robson. 

FOREST GROVE 

a post office and ranching settlement 
16 miles east 100-Mile House, the 
nearest Dominion Government Tele- 
graph office, on Cariboo Road, in 
Lillooet Provincial Electoral District, 
reached by stage from (Minton, on 
the P.G.E. Ry., 70 miles. Popula- 
tion 50. 

Archie Alex farming 
Atkins J farmer 

Auld F farming sec school board 
Becker E general store 
Becker Emile E farming 
Bedinfleld Jos E ranching 
Berguose Jen farmer 
Biss R C farming 
Botes F farming 
Brown Oscar W farming 
Buzzell J J farming 
Casper Geo farming 
Cloyd J J farmer 
Cueld T lumberman 
Forest Grove Farmers' Inst T H 

Hamlin sec 
Gardner Wm farmer 
Gettis Mrs farmer 
Gilmore A P farming 
Goodrich Edward C farming 
Gustfson W farming 
Jackson Walter farmer 
Jacobson Geo H farming 
Johnson Andrew farming 



Lilly Richard C farming 

McDougall H 

McLean John farmer 

Mathews W W farming 

Maude F farming 

Maude F A general store 

Neil Mrs C farming 

Obrion Patric farmer 

Phillips Mary A postmistress 

Sandback M ranching 

Saxton Lenard farmer 

Slater Fred farming 

Thompson J farmer 

United Farmers of B C J G Lloyd 

sec 
Wilcox Harry ranching 

FORESTDALE 

See names under South Bulkley, the 
post office name. 

Forge Mountain, 6,400 feet high, 
16 miles southeast of Ashcroft. 

Fork Creek, a post on the telegraph 
trail, 160 miles north of Hazelton 
and 120 miles south of Telegraph 
Creek. 

Fork Lake, in the southwest of 
Saanich district, Vancouver Island, 
3 miles north of Millstream. 

FORT CONNELLY 

an abandoned Hudson's Bay Post in 
the Cassiar district, at north end of 
Bear Lake, in latitude 56, longitude 
127, 100 miles northeast of Hazelton. 
Is frequented only by Indians. Dur- 
ing summer months a few prospec- 
tors make this a distributing point. 

FORT FRASER 

a post office and station on the 
G.T.P. Ry., 373 miles east of Prince 
Rupert, on the Nechako River, 2% 
miles east of Eraser Lake, in Fort 
George Provincial Electoral District. 
The country is rolling, slightly tim- 
bered, good soil, excellent for mixed 
farming and dairying. Has Govern- 
ment Telegraph and Government Te- 
lephone line, also G.T.P. Telephone 
line. Office of Provincial Govern- 
ment Agent, Land Commissioner, 
Fort Eraser Land Recording District, 
Sub-Recorder Omineca Mining Divi- 
sion, Dominion Indian Agent, Farm- 
ers' Institute, public school and 
Board of Trade. 
Abrahamson C F farming 
Abrams W^ farming 
Artress H E farming 
Barlow Geo farming 
Bard F carpenter 
Belsham P J farming 
Belsham Geo S baker 
Bennett S C sec GWVA 
Berger J farming 
Bergloff Eric mixed farming 
Blondin U S farming 
Boden W farming and sec Board of 

Trade 
Bolton J sawmill 
Bruce Alexander farming 
Buck W D laborer 
Bunting Wm general store 
Burleig Ivan E farming 
Burr J I ranching 
Burr Root mixed farming 
Cambridge Geo R farmer 
Cameron A W farming 
Carlson Ernest mixed farming 
Clarke Fred mixed farming 
Coop Samuel farmer 
Crocker Wm C farming 
Cunningham R dealer 




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Dahl A C stock raising 

Demque W K farming 

Dibben Jas bridgeman 

Dibble E farming 

Dibble W farming 

Downer W D farmer 

Erhorn Wm mixed farming 

Faulkner J farming 

Fawcett Wm H farming 

Fort Fraser Board of Trade W Boden 
sec 

Fort Fraser Farmers Inst J P My- 
ers sec 

Fraser Fred Govt Agent mining re- 
corder 

GifEord Thos mixed farming 

Goodwin A livery stables 

Grimshire W G mixed larming 

Graham Rev J farming 

Hagerdon David mixed forming 

Haywood O L. carpenter 

Henderson Wm A mixed farming 

Heron Jos section foreman 

Hodgson A J farmer 

Hope J laborer 

Hope Wm farmer 

Hunt J C clerk 

Irvin J F farming 

Irwin W W garage 

Johnson A farming 

Johnson H farming 

Johnson Jas W farming 

Johnson Oscar stock raising 

Kemp John ferryman 

Kenneson A F sec frmn 

King Harold S farming 

King W E farming 

Kirklar.d G farming 

Kirklaiul J farming 

Klomp (>lto mixed farming 

Lacey Jas H F farmer 

Lawrence Thos H farmer 

Lind <Jus mixed farming 

Lindbeig F A farming 

Lundeberg Fritz mixed farming 

McAllan W J Indian Agent 

McHenry Chas farmer 

McKenzie G C farming 

McKenzie John S D farmer 

McLean & Son sawmill 

McLeori S & Sons sawmills 

McPhee M laborer 

Madison L blacksmith 

Maguire E W farmer 

Makins Frederick W farmer 

Makins W farmer 

Martin Angus M farmer 

Micks Graham dairy farming 

Mosher Thos B farmer 

Murdock Horace B store elk 

Munroe F W farming 

Myers J P mgr Wright Inv Co sec 
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Nachbar A G contractor 

Nechako Hotel Peter Slavin prop 

Nichols A farmer 

Nielson Antoine mixed farming 

Norlin A B mixed farming 

Parker A farming 

Prongua Geo H farmer 

Ray J M farming 

Ray Stanley H clerk 

Rickinger Francis farmer 

Roberts W farming 

Robertson Chas G trapper 

Robertson John stock and farming 

Rorison A mixed farming 

Rorison B farming 

Rorison Hugh B farming 

Rorison R T farming 

Ross John S farming 

Schmitz John mixed farming 

Seldon L R Govt Tel opr 

Shaw Jas S mixed farming 

Slavin Peter S prop Nechako Hotel 

Spiller Wm mixed farming 

Stoddings A farming 

Storrings Perry farmer 



Stuart Chas L merchant 

Sutherland Joachim mixed farming 

Sutherland John mixed farming 

Sutherland Peter mixed farming 

Sutherland Simon mixed farming 

Tangedahl O C stock raising 

Tannock Jos R Govt clerk 

Taylor C L farming 

Tittemore S V farming 

Tooker Wm A farming 

Trankle Chas mixed farming 

Trulson Jos farming 

Vinnedge O E farming 

Waldron Daniel L farming 

Wallace N B farming 

Walton T G ranching 

Wand Harry mixed farming 

White Walter W drugs and P M 

Wicks C farming 

Williams Wm O farmer 

Williamson Harry mixed farming 

Williamson Isabel G farmer 

Williamson W I farming 

Willington F farming 

Wilson Geo W T farmer 

Woolsey Bros agents 

Woolsey David farmer 

Woolsey Geo farmer 

Woolsey Otta A real estate agent 

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(See also Prince George and South 
Fort George), a post office west of 
Prince George, two miles west of the 
junction