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in Western Canada
ALONG THE LINES OP THE
Canadian Pacific Railway
SECOND EDITION
1911
ISSUED BY THE
INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT, WESTERN LINES  r
CONTENTS
Pages
INDEX TO STATIONS       7 to 19
INDEX TO INDUSTRIAL REQUIREMENTS—
Western Ontario  21
Manitoba      21 to 23
Saskatchewan      23 to 26
Alberta      26 to 28
British Columbia—Main Land      28 to 29
British Columbia—Vancouver Island     28 to 29
FACTS IN RELATION TO
Western  Ontario     31 to 33
Manitoba     34 to 59
Saskatchewan      60 to 93
Alberta    94 to 116
British Columbia—Main Land 117 to 130
British Columbia—Vancouver Island 131 to 132
WATER POWERS 133 to 136  PREFACE
The Industrial Department of the Canadian Pacific Railway, Western Lines,
offers every facility at its command in the locating of Settlers, development of enterprises and manufactories at all points, and desiring to increase the industries along
its lines invites particular attention to the superior advantages offered at numerous
stations for additional manufacturing plants and to the many desirable business
openings in this territory, as indicated in the following detailed information, showing
population, industries located in each town, manufacturing and business opportunities,
and such other information as would be of value to the prospective settler, manufacturer, or business man looking for a new location.
It will be of interest to note a few figures, which will show some of the enormous
wealth producing powers of the Great Canadian West. For instance the Grain Crop
of the four Western Provinces, according to the Official Return for the Fiscal Year
ending 31st March, 1909, was 355,042,449 bushels, which included, wheat, 144,700,231
bushels, oats 178,610,406 bushels, barley 28,841,108 bushels, flax 4,784,786 bushels,
rye 68,891 bushels, peas 37,027 bushels. The wheat crop of the three Prairie Provinces in 1909 produced 119,744,655 bushels, from which it is estimated the
Producer received from actual sales over $118,000,000, and still retained seed and
feed requirements.
In addition to the grain crop, it was estimated at the end of 1909 that the potato
crop would yield $3,831,000, turnips and other roots $800,000, hay and clover $2,377,-
000, cattle $7,277,000, hogs $1,784,000, sheep $167,851.53. The live stock values
are at Winriipeg and do not include consumption at local points, which would necessarily very much increase the above figures. Dairying, creameries and poultry farming
yield large revenues.
It is estimated by the Geological Survey Department of Canada that the total
coal content of the three Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, together
with Eastern British Columbia, is 143,490,000,000 tons covering an approximate
area of 22,506 square miles. In the above total it is estimated that the various classes
of coal occur in the following proportions;
Anthracite - 400,000,000 tons
Anthracite and semi-anthracite-    -    - 860,000,000  ".
Bituminous and semi-anthracite     - 43,070,000,000  "
Coal and Lignite Coal       -----    21,000,000,000  "
Lignite -    78,160,000,000  "
143,490,000,000 tons
The total coal production of the Province of British Columbia for the year 1909
was 2,406,600 tons; Alberta 2,174,329 tons and Saskatchewan 208,902 tons.
In 1909 British Columbia produced in minerals alone $24,443,025, of which coal
yielded $7,022,666, copper $5,918,522, gold $5,401,000, silver $1,239,270, lead $1,709,-
259, coke^$l,552,218, and other materials such as marble, granite, etc., $1,6.00,000.
Lumber produced $12,000>000 in B.C., and this is an industry which is carried
on extensively in the northern parts of the Provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan
and Manitoba as well as in Western Ontario. In the latter province, west of the
Great Lakes, the development of iron and other minerals is now in active operation.
The fisheries of the Pacific Coast alone produce something like $8,000,000 annually
and employ 12,000 men. In addition to this there is the celebrated White Fish, a
product of the inland lakes.
There are many important industries awaiting increased development and amongst
others may be mentioned the canning of fruit and vegetables. The production of all
fruits and vegetables is growing rapidly, and there is already a large field for the establishment of fruit canneries.
The live stock industry lends itself to much greater development than is at present
the case, and in this relation there is a wide field for meat packing and refrigeration. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
One of the causes for the slow development of the silver-lead mining industry
in the Kootenays, has been the difficulty in treating the zinc product of these ores;
but a process of treatment has now been perfected, and it has been demonstrated
that ore carrying large values in zinc can be treated so as to save all values and
produce a handsome profit on the spelter. When a sufficient tonnage of this ore is
produced (and large bodies of ore are known to exist) there will be opportunities for
the construction of smelters for the treatment of zinc, which, being done j in Canada,
will ensure the entire Canadian market m spelter and its by-products, with equality
in the export market with the zinc producers of the United States.
Natural gas, which is found in large quantities along the South Saskatchewan
River, in Alberta and adjoining territories, is being used in the manufacture of
common, pressed and fire brick, tiling, sewer pipe and other clay products, suitable
clay being found in close proximity to the natural-gas fields. The great demand in
the West for all clay products justifies increased development of this industry.
Tests are now being made for the manufacture of gasoline from natural gas,
which, if successful, will open up a new and profitable industry in the Province of
Alberta and elsewhere.
Attention is directed to the unlimited supply of pulp wood, which exists in many
parts of the Western Provinces. Large mills for manufacture of pulp paper are at
present under construction on the Powell River, 75 miles from Vancouver on the Main
Land, and other mills are already in existence, but this is a field which capital can |
extend almost without limit.
The water powers of the West (a very inadequate synopsis of which is printed
at the end of this book) are enormous. Some of these powers are now in course
of development and manufacturing of every description can be carried on here as
economically (if not more so) as in any other part of the world.
The flax industry is only yet in its infancy, the production as shown above
for the fiscal year 1909 being 4,784,786 bushels. There are several large linseed J
oil mills in the West at the present time, but additional mills will be necessary to
keep pace with the increased demand for this product. No use is at present
made of the flax straw, which is all destroyed. There is a large- field for allied
products such as flax tow (for upholstery purposes), linen wool from flax fibre, etc.
The resources of this Western Country are so immense, and at the present time
have been developed to such a small extent, that it is impossible to more than touch
the fringe of what can be understood to be a large and important subject. However,
what has been said may be sufficient to further direct the attention of capital to the
West, where a profitable undertaking can always be accomplished, when worked on
an equitably economical basis.
Attention is directed to the new towns which will be opened up next spring and
summer on the new branch lines running from Regina to Bulyea; Craven to Colonsay; |
Outlook  to   Kerrobert   and   Macklin;   Carmangay to Aldersyde; Weyburn West |
and Irricana East as shown on pages 74, 88, 91, 92, 93, 100, 112.
The rapid expansion of our lines of railway and the new towns which are constantly being opened up naturally tends to increase the number of business openings\
that are available, and at the same time it maybe that there are many opportunities
shown in this book, which will be filled before it is in the hands of the public.    Great
care has been taken in compiling the information contained herein, the data havingj
been collected from reliable sources.
The Industrial Department will at any time be glad to receive advice of errors
which may have crept in, and at the same time, will gladly welcome suggestions
which will tend to the increased usefulness of this publication.
We are in close touch with conditions throughout this immense territory and
desire to do everything possible to aid in its development and growth, and will consider
8j a favor if you will write to the undersigned for any information you desire regarding
the resources of this great and growing country.        JOHN F. SWEETING,
Winnipeg, Manitoba. Industrial Agent. INDEX TO STATIONS
WESTERN LINES
Station Province Pagb
Abbotsford B.C  128
Abernethy Sask  83
Acme Alta  100
Adanae   Sask  73
Agassiz    B.C  126
Airdrie Alta  10®
Alameda Sask  76
Albatross .. Sask  92
Alberni    B.C  132
Aldersyde Alta  109
Alexander Man  40
Alix Alta  105
Altona Man  48
Amazon Sask  93
Amisk   i Alta  108
Amulet    Sask  89
Anglia Sask  92
Antler Sask  76
Apollo Sask  93
Arborg Man  43
Areola Sask  77
Arden  Man  52
Armstrong    B.C  128
Arnaud    Man  41
Arrowhead    B.C  124
Ashcroft  B.C  125
Asquith Sask  72
Austin Man  38
Bagot Man  38
Balcarres Sask  83
Balgonie    Sask  63
Baliol    Sask  75
Banff Alta  99
Bankhead Alta  99
Baring Sask  79
Barnett  B.C  127
Barons Alta  112
Bassano Alta  97
Basswood    Man  53
Bawlf Alta  107
7 CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Station Province
Beausejour Man	
Beiseker    Alta	
Belbeck Sask	
Belle Plaine Sask	
Bellevue    Alta	
Bender Sask	
Beresford     Man	
Bienfait Sask	
Biggar Sask	
Binscarth    Man	
Birds Hill    Man	
Birtle Man	
Bittern Lake Alta	
Blackfalds Alta	
Blackie    Alta	
Blairmore Alta	
Boharm Sask	
Boissevain  Man	
Bonnington Falls B.C	
Bounty Sask	
Botha Alta	
Bowden Alta	
Bow Island  Alta	
Bradwardine Man	
Brandon   Man	
Brant Alta	
Bredenbury    Sask	
Bridgeford Sask	
Broadview    Sask	
Brockett Alta	
Broderick   Sask. (See St. Aldwyn)
Brookdale Man	
Brooks Alta	
Brora Sask	
Brownlee Sask	
Burdett Alta	
Burnside Man	
Buccleugh ' Sask	
Bulyea Sask	
Burmis    Alta	
Page
. 35
. 100
. 89
. 64
. 114
. 78
.-   58
. 76
. 72
. 55
. 35
. 54
. 106
. 102
. 112
. 114
. 65
. 50
. 124
1 91
. 105
. 101
. Ill
. 56
. 39
. 112
. 68
. 90
. 61
. 113
. 91
. 55
. 97
. 92
. 89
. Ill
. 38
. 74
1 84
. 114
I
Cadogan    Alta.
Cairns    Alta.
Calgary Alta.
Camrose Alta.
Candahar    Sask.
Canmore Alta.
Carberry Man.
Cardston Alta.
Carievale Sask.
8
108
108
98
106
70
99
39
116
75 CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Station Province
Carlyle Sask. ,
Carlstadt Alta. ,
Carman  Man. .
Carmangay Alta. .
Carnduff   Sask. .
Caron Sask. .
Carroll Man. .
Carstairs j Alta. ,
Cartwright   Man. .
Cascade B.C. .
Castor   Alta	
Castlewood Sask	
Cayley Alta	
Champion Alta	
Chaplin Sask	
Chater Man	
Cheadle j Alta	
Chemainus B.C	
Churchbridge Sask	
Claresholm   Alta	
Clearwater    Man	
Clive    Alta	
Cluny Alta	
Coaldale Alta	
Cochrane Alta	
Coleman    Alta	
Colonsay Sask	
Conquest Sask	
Corinne , Sask	
Cory Sask	
Coutts   Alta	
Cowley Alta	
Cranbrook B.C	
Crandall    Man	
Crane Lake Sask	
Craven Sask	
Creelman Sask	
Creston    B.C   120
Crossfield Alta.
Crowsnest B.C.
Crystal City    Man.
Cupar Sask.
Cypress River Man.
Czar Alta.
Dafoe Sask.
Dalroy Alta.
Dante    Sask.
Darlingford Man.
Daysland .,., Alta.
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Page
. 77
. 97
. 46
. 112
. 75
. 65
. 45
. 100
. 49
. 122
. 106
. 73
. 109
. 112
. 66
. 39
. 98
. 131
. 68
. 110
. 49
. 104
. 97
. Ill
. 99
. 115
. 71
. 91
. 86
. 72
. 116
. 113
. 119
. 57
. 67
. 92
. 79
100
118
49
83
45
108
70
99
92
47
107 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Station Province Page
Deleau Man  59
Deloraine    Man  50
Denzil   Sask  74
Didsbury Alta  101
Dilke   Sask  92
Dominion City Man  41
Douglas Man  39
Drake    Sask  85
Drinkwater Sask  85
Druid Sask  92
Dryden   Ont  32
Dubuc Sask  82
Duncans   B.C  131
Dunfermline Sask  72
Dunmore Jet Alta  96
Duval    Sask  84
Dysart Sask  83
Earl Grey    Sask  84
Ebor    Man  59
Edmonton Alta  104
Edrans Man  55
Elbow  . Sask  90
Elfros Sask  69
Elkhorn  j Man  40
Elko B.C 119
Ellerslie Alta  103
Elm Creek Man .'  44
Elstow Sask  71
Elva Man  58
Emerson Man  42
Enderby    B.C  128
Ensign Alta  112
Ermine    1 Sask  92
Erskine Alta  105
Esk    Sask  70
Esterhazy Sask  82
Estevan Sask   87
Esquimalt ' B.C  131
Evesham Sask  74
Exshaw Alta  99
Eyebrow Sask  89
Fairiight Sask  78
Fannystelle Man  43
Fernie    B.C  118
Fillmore    Sask  80
Findlay Man  59
Fleming Sask.  61
Foam Lake Sask ,...,..,,..,,  69
10 CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
nil
Station Province
Forget Sask. ,
Forslund Sask. ,
Forrest    Man. .
Fort Steele    B.C.   .
Fort William Ont.   .
Forward    Sask. .
Foxwarren    Man. .
Francis    Sask. .
Frank     Alta. ,
Franklin   Man. .
Frobisher    Sask. .
Froude Sask. .
Page
. 79
. 93
. 56
. 119
. 31
. 88
. 54
. 80
. 114
. 53
. 76
. 81
Gadsby   Alta.
Gainsborough Sask.
Gerrard B.C.
Gibbs Sask.
Gimli Man.
Gladstone Man.
Gleichen    Alta.
Glenboro Man.
Glenbow,     Alta.
Glen Ewen    Sask.
Glenside    Sask.
Golden •. B.C.
Goodlands Man.
Govan     Sask.
Grand Coulee , Sask.
Grand Forks B. C.
Granum Alta.
Grassy Lake Alta.
Grayson Sask.
Greenwood B.C.
Grenfell Sask.
Gretna Man.
Griffin    Sask.
Griswold Man.
Guernsey Sask.
Gull Lake    Sask.
Gunton    Man.
Halbrite    Sask.
Halkirk  Alta.
Hamiota Man.
Hammond B.C.
Haney  B.C.
Harding Man.
Hardisty Alta.
Hargrave Man.
Harrison Mills f B.C.
105
75
123
92
42
52
97
45
98
76
91
124
51
84
64
122
110
111
82
122
62
48
81
40
70
67
43
87
106
57
126
126
56
108
40
126
11 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Station Province Page
Harrowby Man  55
Hartney    Man  58
Hayter Alta  108
Hawarden Sask  90
Hawk Ont  32
Hazelridge. . Man  36
Herbert Sask  66
Herschel    Sask . 92
Heward Sask  79
High Bluff Man  37
High River Alta  109
Hillcrest    Alta  114
Hitchcock Sask  87
Holdfast    Sask  92
Holland , Man  44
Holmfield   Man  49
Hope B.C  126
Hosmer B.C  118
Hughenden  Alta  108
Hume    Sask  81
Ignace Ont  32
Imperial    Sask  93
Indian Head Sask  63
Innisfail Alta  101
Insinger Sask  69
Inverlake    Alta  99
Irricana Alta  100
Irvine    Alta |  96
Jansen Sask  70
Kaministikwia Ont  32
Kamloops B.C  125
Kaslo B.C  123
Keeler Sask  89
Keewatin    Ont  33
Keddleston Sask  92
Kelloe    Man  54
Kelowna ' B. C  129
Kemnay Man  39
Kennedy Sask  78
Keaora    Ont  32
Kenton    Man  57
Keoma Alta  99
Keppel Sask  72
Kerrobert Sask  75
Keyes    Man  52
Kk«dive    Sask  88
Killam Alta  107
H&larney Man      . 49
12 CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Page
Station Province
Kimberley B.C   119
Kingsgate B.C   120
Kinley Sask.
Kipp    Alta.
Kirkcaldy Alta.
Kirkella Man.
Kisbey Sask.
Kitchener B.C.
Komarno Man.
Kootenay Landing B.C.
Kreuzeburg Man.
Kronau Sask.
Lac du Bonnet Man.
Lacombe Alta.
Ladysmith   B.C.
Lajourd Sask.
Lang Sask.
Langdon Alta.
Langenburg    Sask.
I Lanigan Sask.
La Riviere Man.
La Salle Man.
Lauder Man.
Leduc    Alta.
Lemberg Sask.
Lenore Man.
Leslie Sask.
Lethbridge   Alta.
Liberty ' Sask.
Lipton Sask.
Lockwood Sask.
ILbreburn Sask.
Lundbrek     Alta.
Luseland Sask.
Lydiatt Man. .
Lyleton Man. .
Lytton B.C.  .
[j Macdonald    Man.
MacGregor   Man.
Macklin Sask.
MacLeod Alta.
Macoun Sask.
Magrath    Alta.
Manitou Man.
Manor   Sask.
Maple Creek   Sask.
Markinch Sask.
Marquette Man.
. 72
. 113
. 112
. 41
. 79
. 120
. 43
. 120
. 43
. 81
. 41
. 102
. 132
. 80
. 86
, 98
67
70
48
46
58
103
82
57
69
111
92
83
85
90
114
75
36
52
126
52
38
74
113
87
115
47
77
67
83
37
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Station Province Page
Marquis Sask  89
Maryfield Sask  78|
Marysville B.C  119
Mather Man  49
McLean Sask  63
McTaggart    Sask  86>
Meadows Man  37
Medicine Hat Alta •.  96
Medora    Man  50
Melita    Man  581
Merritt B.C  13(|
Methven    Man  45|
Metiskow Alta  108
Michel B.C  118
Midale Sask  87
Midway B.C  122
Milden Sask  91
Milestone Sask  86|
Milk River Alta  116
Millet Alta  103
Miniota. Man  57
Minnedosa Man  53;
Mission Jet B.C  12f
Monarch Alta  113|
Moorepark    Man  5(|
Moose Jaw Sask  65
Moosomin Sask '  61
Morden   Man  47
Morris   Man  46;
Morse Sask  66
Mortlach Sask  65
Mowbray Man. .. .<  51
Moyie B.C  120
Mozart Sask  70
Nakusp B.C  123
Namaka    Alta  97
Nanaimo , B.C  132!
Nanton    Alta  1091
Napinka    Man  511
Naramata B.C  1291
Naseby    Sask  73 i
Neepawa Man  52
Nelson B.C  120
Nesbitt   Man  46 j
Neudorf Sask  82
Newdale    Man  53
New Westminster    B.C  127
Nicola   B.C  130
Ninga Man  50
14 CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Station Province
iNiverville    Man. . .
iNoble    Alta. ..
Nokomis Sask. . .
i North Portal Sask. ..
Oakbank Man..
Oak Lake    Man.
Oak River Man.
Oberon    Man.
Ogema  Sask.
Ohaton    Alta.
Okotoks Alta.
Olds Alta.
Orcadia Sask.
Osage Sask.
Otterburne Man.
Outlook Sask.
Oxbow Sask.
Page
. 41
. 112
. 85
. 88
36
40
57
55
89
106
109
101
68
80
41
91
76
Pangman Sask.
Parkbeg Sask.
Parkland   Alta,
Passburg Alta.
Pasqua    Sask.
Peachland B.C.
Pearce Alta.
Penhold Alta.
Pense Sask.
Penticton    B.C.
Penzance Sask.
Pereival Sask.
Perdue    Sask.
Pettapiece Man.
Phippen Sask.
Phoenix B.C.
Pierson    Man.
Pilot Butte Sask.
Pilot Mound   Man.
Pincher Alta.
Pinto Sask.
Pipestone    Man.
Plenty Sask.
Plum Coulee Man.
Plunkett Sask.
Ponoka    Alta.
Poplar Point Man.
Portage la Prairie Man.
Port Arthur       Ont.
Port Moody B.C.
! Primate   jj Sask.
15
89
66
110
114
65
129
113
102
64
130
92
62
72
57
73
123
58
64
48
113
88
59
92
47
71
102
37
37
31
126
74 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAYf
Station Province Page
Proctor   B.C  123
Provost Alta  108
Purves Man  5l|
Qu'Appelle Sask  631
Radium Sask , 931
Rapid City Man  56§
Rathwell Man  44$
Raymond Alta  1151
Redcliff  Alta  96l
Red Deer Alta  102
Red Jacket Sask  611
Redvers Sask  771
Regina Sask  64l
Rembrant Man  43*'
Renown Sask  93!
Reston Man  591
Revelstoke    B.C  124
Rhyl    Sask  72
Richardson Sask  81|
Rienzi   Sask  9l|
Rocanville Sask  81f
Roche Percee    Sask  88!
Rokeby Sask  68
Rosenfeld Man  461
Rosetown    | Sask '  91
Rosser Man  37
Rossland B.C  12T
Rossyth Alta  1081
Rouleau Sask  85§
Rush Lake    Sask  66|
Ruskin    B.C  126
Russell Man  55
Rutland Sask  74
St. Aldwyn Sask  91
St. Alphege ■ Sask  73
St. Boniface    Man  36j
St. Claude Man  44
Salmon Arm  B.C  124
Saltcoats Sask  68
Salvador , Sask  75
Sandon    B.C  121
Sandstone Alta  109
Saskatoon Sask  71
Savona    B.C  125
Sedgewick Alta  107
Sedley Sask  80
Selkirk Man  42
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Station Province Page
Senlac  Sask     74
Seven Persons Alta  110
Sheho Sask     69
Shepard Alta     98
Shoal Lake   Man     54
Shuswap B.C   125
Sicamous Jet B.C   124
Sidney Man     39
Silton Sask     92
Simpson    Sask     93
Sinclair    Man     59
Sintaluta Sask     63
Slocan City B.C   121
Snowflake Man     51
Solsgirth Man     54
Souris    Man     45
Southey Sask     83
Sovereign    Sask     91
Spence's Bridge B.C   126
Spring Coulee Alta   115
Springside Sask     68
Stalwart    Sask     92
Starbuck Man     43
Stavely   Alta   110
Stettler   ' Alta  105
Stirling    Alta   115
Stockholm Sask     82
Stockton Man     45
Stonewall   Man     43
Stony Mountain Man     42
Stoughton Sask     79
Stranraer Sask     92
Strassburg Sask     84
Strathclair    Man     53
Strathcona   Alta  103
Strathmore Alta     97
Strome  .Alta 107
Strongfield    Sask     90
Suffield   Alta     96
Summerberry Sask     62
Summerland B.C   129 ;
Sutherland   Sask     71
Swift Current Sask     66
Swinbourne Sask     74
Taber Alta  Ill
Tantallon    Sask  81
Tataqua    Sask  88
Tees Alta  104
Teulon Man  43
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Station Province Page
Theodore Sask     69
Thornhill Man     47
Three Valley B.C   124
Tompkins Sask     67
Trail B.C   121
Traynor Sask     73
Treherne Man     44
Trossachs    Sask     88
Trout Lake City j B.C   123
Tuffnell  Sask     69
Tugaske Sask     90
Tuxford Sask     89
Tyndall Man     35
Tyvan Sask     80
Vance    Sask  72
Vancouver    B.C  127
Veldt Alta  106
Vernon    B.C  128
Victoria B.C  131
Virden Man  40
Viscount Sask  71
Vulcan Alta  112
Wabigoon j Ont  32
Waldeck   Sask I  66
Walhachin    B.C .'. 125
Walpole  Sask  78
Walsh    Alta  96
Wapella Sask  61
Wardner B.C  119
Warner   Alta  115
Waskada Man  51
Wauchope Sask  77
Wawota Sask  78
Webb Sask  67
Wellington   B.C  132
Wellwood    , Man  55
Welwyn Sask  81
Westbourne    , Man  52
Westfort Ont  32
Westminster, New B.C  127
Wetaskiwin Alta  103
Weyburn Sask  86
Wheatland    Man  56
Whitewater Man  50
Whitewood Sask  62
Wilkie Sask  73
Wilcox Sask  85
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Windigates Man  51
Windthorst Sask  78
Winkler Man  47
Winnipeg    Man  36
Winnipeg Beach Man  42
Wolfe Sask  73
Wolseley Sask  62
Wycliffe B.C  119
Wynyard Sask  70
Yellow Grass Sask  86
Yeomans Sask  88
Yorkton    Sask  68
Young Sask  93
Zangwell Sask  93  CANADIAN
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INDEX TO INDUSTRIAL REQUIREMENTS
WESTERN ONTARIO
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY,
Fort William.
AUTOMOBILES,
Fort William.
BEDSTEADS,
Port Arthur.
BISCUIT FACTORY,
Fort William.
BOOT & SHOE FACTORY,
Fort William.
BUGGY & WAGON WORKS,
Port Arthur, Fort William.
CEMENT PLANT,
Westfort.
CEREAL FACTORY,
Port Arthur, Fort William.
DENTISTS,
Westfort, Dryden.
ENGINE WORKS,
Stationary, Marine Traction
Fort William.
FLOUR MILLS,
Dryden.
FURNITURE FACTORY,
Fort William.
GLOVES & COARSE CLOTHING
Fort William.
HARDWOOD FINISHING,
Port Arthur.
IRON TRADES,
Fort William.
LAUNDRY,
Westfort, Ignace.
LAWYER,
Westfort.
LEATHER GOODS,
Fort William.
MANUFACTORIES,
Port Arthur, Fort William.
MATCH FACTORY,
Fort William.
MUSIC STORE,
Dryden.
NAIL WORKS,
Fort William.
PAPER BOX FACTORY,
Fort William.
PULP MILLS,
Kenora.
ROLLER MILLS,
Fort William.
TILE WORKS,
Fort William.
WHOLESALE HOUSES,
Port Arthur, Fort William.
WIRE & WIRE NAILS,
Port Arthur.
PROVINCE OF MANITOBA
ABATTOIRS,
St. Boniface.
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY,
Winnipeg.
AUTO GARAGE,
Oak Lake.
BAKER SHOP,
Niverville, Thornhill, Westbourne,
Dominion City, Goodlands, Plum
Coulee, Tyndall, Gunton, Altona,
Mather.
BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS,
WHOLESALE,
Brandon.
BARBER SHOPS,
Hargrave,    Goodlands,    Nesbitt,
Clearwater, Westbourne, Basswood,
Rathwell,  Franklin,  Sinclair, Medora, Mowbray, Edrans, Niverville,
Arnaud, Stockton.
BEET SUGAR FACTORY,
Stony Mountain, Winnipeg,
BISCUIT FACTORY,
Brandon.
BLACKSMITH,
Kemnay, Methven, Meadows, Burn
side, Wheatland.
BOARDING HOUSES,
Burnside, Griswold, Kirkella, Carroll, Ninga, Bradwardine.
21
TKiftrir^v ■ v;A^'-"tiY,-t CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURERS,
St. Boniface, Winnipeg, Brandon.
BRICK PLANT,
MacGregor, Selkirk, Stony Mountain, Souris, Crystal City, Boissevain, Whitewater, Westbourne,
Rapid City, Starbuck, Treherne.
BUILDING PAPER,
Brandon.
BUTCHER,
Lac du Bonnet, Ninga, Solsgirth,
Holland, La Salle, Thornhill.
CANNING FACTORY
Stony Mountain;
CEMENT PLANT,
St. Boniface, Selkirk, Crystal City,
Whitewater.
CHEESE FACTORY,
Virden, Niverville, Rathwell, Otter-
burne.
CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS,
St. Boniface, Winnipeg.
CONFECTIONER,
Niverville, Goodlands, Bradwardine.
CREAMERY,
Oak Lake, Virden, Niverville,
Otterburne, Dominion City, Selkirk, Stonewall, Rathwell,Treherne,
Morris, Plum Coulee, Winkler,
Killarney, Boissevain, Napinka,
Neepawa, Rapid City, Reston,
Ebor.
DENTIST,
MacGregor, Oak Lake, Dominion
City, Stonewall, Crystal City, Cartwright, Ninga, Napinka, Shoal
Lake.
DOCTOR
Bagot, Harrowby, Stony Mountain,
Carroll, Holmfield, Medora, Forrest, Beresford, Lauder, Ebor,
Rosser, Arnaud, Darlingford, St.
Claude, Clearwater, Winkler, Bass-
wood, Wellwood, Moorepark, Harding.
DRESSMAKER,
Miniota.
DRUG STORE,
Medora, Sidney, Tyndall, Bass-
wood, Teulon, Holmfield, Starbuck,
Wellwood, Carroll, Pierson.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES,
St. Boniface.
ELECTRIC LIGHTING PLANT,
Holland, Souris, Pilot Mound,
Rapid City.
ELEVATORS,
Teulon.
FLOUR MILL,
MacGregor, Morris, Arden, Niverville, Franklin, Selkirk, Mather,
Westbourne, Pierson, Alexander,
Cypress River, Pipestone, Reston,
Otterbourne, Waskada, Rathwell,
Plum Coulee, Minnedosa.
FRUIT STORE,
Franklin.
FURNITURE STORE,
Darlingford, Holland.
GASOLINE ENGINE WORKS..
Portage la Prairie.
GENERAL STORE,
Meadows.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHINGS,
Morris.
GREEN HOUSES,
Portage la Prairie.
HARDWARE STORE,
Hargrave, Kelloe.
HARNESS SHOP,
Holmfield, Whitewater, Wellwood,
Hargrave, Harrowby.
HOTEL,
Poplar   Point,    Medora,    Edrans,
Lenore,   Bradwardine,   Beresford,
Ebor, Lauder.
IMPLEMENT STORE,
Hargrave, Keyes.
IMPLEMENTS AND FENCING,
Carman.
JEWELRY STORE,
Arden, Morris.
LAUNDRY,
Virden, Souris, Ninga, Selkirk,
Carman, Westbourne, Teulon, Darlingford, Neepawa, Rathwell, Al-
tona, Rapid City, Kenton, Pierson.
LAWYER,
Austin, Elm Creek, Ninga, Dominion City, RaMiwell, Napinka, Gimli,
Strathclair, Pierson, Foxwarren,
Moorepark, Harrowby.
22 CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
LIVERY BARNS,
Burnside, Wheatland.
LUMBER YARD,
Methven, Keyes, Brookdale.
MACHINE SHOP,
Shoal Lake, Glenboro, Rapid City,
Morris.
METAL GOODS.
Winnipeg.
MILLINER,
Miniota.
MUSIC TEACHER,
Rapid City.
NAIL FACTORY,
Winnipeg.
OATMEAL MILL,
Selkirk, Franklin, Rathwell, Minnedosa, Boissevain, Shoal Lake, Rapid City.
PACKING PLANTS,
St. Boniface, Virden, Carman.
PAPER MILL,
Portage la Prairie, Winnipeg.
PAPER BOX FACTORY,
Portage la Prairie, Brandon.
PHOTOGRAPHER,
Ninga.
PLANING MILL,
Austin, Gimli.
PULP MILL,
Selkirk.
RESTAURANT,
Gretna.
SASH & DOOR FACTORY,
Virden, Rapid City.
SAW MILLS,
Gimli.
SEWER PIPE,
Portage la Prairie, Brandon.
SHOE REPAIRER AND MAKER,
Manitou,   St.   Claude,   Wellwood,
Stockton.
SOAP FACTORY,
Portage la Prairie, Brandon.
STARCH WORKS,
Portage la Prairie, Winnipeg.
STRAW BOARDS,
Winnipeg, Portage la Prairie.
TAILOR,
Russell, Altona, Binscarth.
TANNERY,
Brandon.
TENTS & AWNINGS,
Brandon.
TINSMITH.
Harding.
VETERINARY SURGEON,
Austin,  Rathwell,  Napinka,  Pierson, Foxwarren, Brookdale.
WATCHMAKER,
Arden.
WHOLESALE HOUSES,
Brandon, Portage la Prairie, Winnipeg, St. Boniface.
WOODEN BOXES,
Brandon.
WOOLEN MILLS,
Carman, Deloraine.
PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN
ARCHITECT,
Wilkie.
AUTO GARAGE,
St. Aldwyn.
BAKER,
Fairiight, Osage, Griffen, Sheho,
Viscount, Forget, Antler, Heward,
Waldeck, Leslie, Tantallon, Cupar,
Markinch, Milestone, Hitchcock,
Keeler, Glenside, Colonsay, Elstow,  Bienfait, Creelman, Tyvan.
BARBER SHOP,
Elfros, Chaplin, Nokomis, Pasqua
Boharm, Waldeck, Senlac, Bredenbury, Jansen, Bender, Hume, Earl
Grey, Bridgeford, St. Aldwyn.
BISCUIT FACTORY,
Wilkie, Regina.
BLACKSMITH,
Kronau, Hume, Roche Percee,
Naseby, Traynor, Phippen.
BOARDING HOUSE,
Bender, Pense, Bredenbury, Naseby, Swinbourne, Sedley, Bienfait,
Kisbey.
BOOK STORE,
Wilkie.
BOOT & SHOE FACTORY,
Saskatoon.
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CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
Broadview, Francis, Lanigan, Nokomis, Elbow, Griffin.
BRICK PLANT,
Whitewood, Francis, Swift Current,
Earl Grey, Lanigan, Macoun, Wilkie,   Windthorst,   Outlook,   Swinbourne.
BUTCHER,
Markinch, Drake, Loreburn, Chaplin,   Wapella,   Waldeck,   Churchbridge, Senlac, Bender, Creelman,
Dysart, Baring.
CABINET MAKER,
Broadview.
CARPENTER,
Wauchope, Baring.
CEMENT PLANT,
Southey, Lanigan, Weyburn, Macoun,   Wilkie,   Estevan    Francis,
Outlook.
CHEESE FACTORY,
Yellow Grass.
CHOPPING MILL,
McTaggart,  Senlac.
COLD STORAGE,
Saskatoon.
CONFECTIONER
Jansen,  Elstow,  Fairiight,  Osage,
Tyvan, Milestone, Strassburg.
CONTRACTORS,
Francis.
CREAMERY,
Broadview, Antler, Lemberg, Moose
Jaw, Carlyle, Southey, Mortlach,
Nokomis, Weyburn, Saskatoon,
Windthorst, Macoun, Outlook, Oxbow, Francis, Rocanville, Esterhazy, Balgonie, Wilkie, Bender,
Yellow Grass, Estevan.
DAIRY,
Saskatoon.
DENTIST,
Kennedy, Osage, Rocanville, St.
Aldwyn, Wapella, Saltcoats, Francis, Drinkwater, Lanigan, Lang
Asquith, Macoun, Carnduff, Elbow,
Manor, Macklin, Heward, Perdue,
Maryfield.
DEPARTMENTAL STORE,
Nokomis.
DOCTOR,
Tantallon, Bredenbury, Stockholm,
Jansen, Plunkett, Markinch, Bender, Lajourd, Duval, Kronau, McTaggart, Glenside, Keeler, Bridgeford, Strongfield, Summerbery, McLean, Chaplin, Tompkins, Grand
Coulee, Bulyea, Lockwood, Churchbridge, Roche Percee, Sheho, Elfros,
Drake, Hawarden, Fairiight,
Boharm.
DRESSMAKER,
Carievale, Francis, Outlook, Esterhazy, Viscount.
DRUG STORE,
Lajourd, Fairiight, Southey, Duval,
Churchbridge, Frobisher, Bulyea,
Chaplin, Jansen, Stockholm, Drake,
Strongfield, Glenside, Bredenbury,
Plunkett, Wauchope.
ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT,
Swift Current, Lang, Lanigan,
Elbow, Areola.
ELEVATOR,
Rush Lake, Senlac, Evesham, Boharm.
FANCY STORE,
Lang.
FEED MILL,
Whitewood, Caron, Leslie, Mortlach, Lang, OxboW, Boharm.
FLOUR MILLS,
Wapella, Whitewood, Carlyle, He.
ward, Broadview, Windthorst, Sin-
taluta, Stoughton, Francis, Pense,
Mortlach, Earl Grey, Govan, Lanigan, Milestone, Elstow, Lang, Halbrite, Wilkie, Oxbow, Elbow, Wolseley, Antler, Theodore, Balcarres,
Southey, Wawota, Tyvan, Strassburg, Rocanville, Macoun, Boharm,
Leslie, Perdue, Kisby, Yellow Grass
St. Aldwyn.
FLOUR AND  FEED STORE,
Lanigan, Bienfait.
FOUNDRY,
Saskatoon, Weyburn.
FRUIT STORE,
Macoun.
FURNITURE FACTORY,
Regina.
24 CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
FURNITURE STORE,
Wynyard, Francis, Forget, Indian
Head, Rush Lake, Plunkett.
GENERAL STORE,
Crane Lake, Swinbourne.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHINGS,
Broadview, Pense, Esterhazy,
Elbow, Lanigan, Wynyard, Rocanville, Earl Grey, Loreburn, St.
Aldwyn.
HARDWARE STORE,
Pense, Hume, Dysart, Plunkett,
Swinbourne, Bridgeford, Phippen,
Manor.
HARNESS SHOP,
Elfros, Grayson, Antler, Fairiight,
Plunkett, Wauchope, Griffen,
Hume, Theodore.
IMPLEMENT STORES,
Swinbourne, Creelman.
HOTEL,
Moose Jaw, Markinch, Parkbeg,
Chaplin, Rush Lake, Strongfield,
Bender, Abernethy, Belle Plaine,
Pasqua, Plunkett, Colonsay, Senlac,
Phippen, Lajourd, Keeler.
JEWELLER,
Pense, Southey, Guernsey, Lang,
Antler, Estevan, Forget, Elstow,
Manor,  Cupar, Wilcox,  Brownlee.
LAUNDRY,
Fleming, Moosomin, Rocanville,
Grand Coulee, Dubuc, Parkbeg,
Neudorf, Langenburg, - McTaggart,
Churchbridge, Weyburn, Lanigan,
Estevan, Roche Percee, Antler,
Maryfield,Wawota, Kennedy, Foam
Lake, Tompkins, Theodore, Plunkett, Wauchope, Creelman, Esterhazy, Earl Grey, Keeler, Glenside.
LAWYER,
Fleming, Heward, Wapella, White-
wood, Rocanville, Mortlach, Langenburg, Saltcoats, Lipton, Cupar,
Sheho, Earl Grey, Asquith, Drinkwater, Frobisher, Yellow Grass,
Antler, Halbrite, Wawota, Macoun,
Kennedy, Tugaske, Forget, Elbow,
Pense, Dubuc, Guernsey, Viscount,
Creelman, Lockwood, Maryfield,
Kerrobert.
LINSEED OIL MILL,
Saskatoon.
LITHOGRAPHING PLANT,
Regina.
LIVERY STABLE,
Hume, Loreburn, Senlac, Creelman.
LUMBER YARD,
Dysart.
MACHINE SHOP,
Saltcoats, Francis, Saskatoon,
Strassburg, Estevan, Hawarden,
St. Aldwyn, Perdue
MARKET GARDENS,
Saskatoon.
MILLINER,
Viscount, Forget, Carievale, Esterhazy, Antler, Pense, Wynyard,
Asquith, Manor, Carlyle.
MOTOR CAR FACTORY,
Regina.
MUSIC STORE,
Wilkie.
MUSIC TEACHER,
McTaggart.
OATMEAL MILL,
Francis, Wilkie, Weyburn.
PACKING PLANT,
Saskatoon, Weyburn.
PHOTOGRAPHER,
Asquith, Carnduff, Manor, Esterhazy, St. Aldwyn.
PLANING MILL,
Weyburn.
POTTERY PLANT,
Estevan.
POULTRY FARMERS,
Saskatoon.
PRINTING OFFICE,
Loreburn, Lipton, Bulyea.
RESTAURANT,
Boharm, Sedley, Fleming, Gull
Lake, Whitewood, Belle Plaine,
Rush Lake, Esterhazy, Colonsay,
Wauchope, Tyvan.
SASH AND DOOR FACTORY,
Wapella, Areola, Wilkie, Strassburg
Elbow.
25 CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
SHOEMAKER,
Sedley, Manor, Bulyea, Maryfield,
Tuxford, Carlyle, Tompkins, Viscount.
SOAP WORKS,
Saskatoon, Moose Jaw.
STOCK DEALER,
Wilkie.
TAILOR,
Lemberg, Pense, Forget, Yellow
Grass, Esterhazy, Elbow, Viscount,
Gainsboro, Earl Grey, Kerrobert.
TANNERY,
Wapella, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw.
TELEPHONE,
Churchbridge, Asquith, Lanigan.
TINSMITH,
Elfros, Bender, Kisbey, Tantallon,
Neudorf, Perdue.
UNDERTAKER,
Broadview.
VETERINARY SURGEON,
Southey, Wynyard, Tuxford, Carievale, Forget, Chaplin, Theodore,
Leslie, Plunkett, Viscount, Bridgeford, Perdue, Kerrobert, Maryfield.
WAGON REPAIRER,
Balcarres.
WHOLESALE HOUSES,
Saskatoon, Weyburn, Regina, Swift
Current, Moose Jaw, Yorkton.
PROVINCE OF ALBERTA
BAKER,
Irricana, Acme, Coaldale, Clive,
Alix, Cadogan, Killam, Namaka,
Grassy Lake.
BARBER SHOP,
Amisk, Hughenden, Czar, Metiskow, Canmore, Blackfalds, Cadogan, Lundbrek, Cowley, Namaka,
Spring Coulee, Cheadle, Langdon.
BEET SUGAR FACTORY,
Strathcona, Calgary, Taber.
BINDER TWINE FACTORY,
Calgary.
BAG FACTORY,
Calgary.
BISCUIT FACTORY,
Edmonton, Medicine Hat.
BLACKSMITH,
Stirling, Metiskow, Aldersyde, Tees
Pearce, Cluny, Tees, Czar.
BOOT & SHOE FACTORY,
Calgary.
BOOT & SHOE SHOP,
Bowden, Dunmore Junct, Gadsby,
Provost, Warner.
BOX FACTORY,
Olds, Strathcona.
BRICK PLANT,
Stirling, Irvine, Leduc, Olds, Cross-
field, Strathcona, Stettler, Carstairs, Claresholm, Carmangay, Coleman, Bankhead,
BRUSH AND BROOM FACTORY,
Calgary.
BUILDING PAPER,
Calgary.
BUTCHER,
Cheadle, Clive, Burdett,   Ohaton.
BUTTER,   CHEESE,   CONDENSED
MILK,
Calgary.
CARRIAGE WORKS,
Strathcona, Stettler.
CEMENT PLANTS,
Edmonton, Bowden, Wetaskiwin,
Crossfield, Penhold, Strathcona,
Didsbury, Hardisty, Strome.
CEREAL MILL,
Edmonton, Medicine Hat.
CHEESE FACTORY,
Cochrane, Leduc, Strathcona, Tees,
Alix.
CLOTHING FACTORY,
Medicine Hat.
CLOTHING STORE,
Carmangay.
CONFECTIONER,
Cadogan, Leduc, Castor, Walsh,
Acme.
CREAMERY,
Gleichen, Cochrane, High River,
Airdrie, Strome, Cayley, Crossfield,
Killam, Nanton, Penhold, Hardisty
Taber, Alix.
DAIRY FARM,
Carmangay, Alix.
26 CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
DENTIST,
Strathmore, Acme, Seven Persons,
Coleman, Gadsby, Daysland, Pro-
• vost, Strome, Ponoka, Bawlf, Leduc, Stavely, Alix, Granum, Red-
cliff, Gleichen, Castor.
DOCTOR,
Clive, Tees, Bittern Lake, Ohaton,
Parkland, Seven Persons, Coaldale,
Brooks, Blackfalds, Spring Coulee,
Mjlk River, Namaka, Exshaw,
Erskine, Penhold, Millet, Cowley,
Redcliff.
DRESSMAKER,
Carstairs, Airdrie.
DRUG STORE,
Bittern Lake, Tees, Penhold.
Ohaton, Seven Persons, Grassy
Lake, Cowley, Spring Coulee, Blackfalds., Irvine, Erskine, Millet, Cochrane, Cheadle.
DRY GOODS STORE,
Strathmore, Dunmore Jet., Cowley.
EARTHENWARE PLANT,
Carstairs.
ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT,
Didsbury, Olds, Hardisty, Innisfail, Leduc, Granum.
ELEVATOR,
Cochrane, Blackfalds, Erskine, Castor, Alix.
FARM MACHINERY,
Calgary.
FEED MILL,
Gleichen.
FLOUR MILLS,
Cayley, Stirling, Gleichen, Stettler,
Claresholm, Carstairs, Castor,
Granum, Olds, Daysland, Taber,
Bowden, High River, Monarch,
Ponoka, Nanton, Leduc, Cochrane,
Carmangay, Namaka, Strome, Killam.
FLOUR AND FEED STORE,
Castor, Dunmore Jet.,"Grassy Lake,
Pearce, Stirling.
FOUNDRY,
Camrose, Claresholm, Medicine Hat
FRUIT STORES,
Walsh, Irvine.
FURNITURE STORE,
Alix, Strome, Crossfield, Cochrane,
Warner, Airdrie, Clive, Stettler,
Bittern Lake, Cadogan.
FURNITURE FACTORY,
Edmonton, Calgary.
GENERAL STORE,
Burmis.
GLASS FACTORY,
Medicine Hat.
HARDWARE STORES,
Millet, Bittern Lake.
HARNESS SHOPS,
Airdrie, Cowley, Irricana.
HOTELS,
Aldersyde, Dunmore Jet., Monarch,
Cadogan, Cluny, Cheadle.
IMPLEMENT STORE,
Monarch.
JEWELLER,
Monarch, Seven Persons.
LAUNDRY,
Alix, Bassano, Camrose, Parkland,
Millet, Granum, Carstairs, Leduc,
Macleod, Olds, Strathcona, Brooks,
Lundbrek, Burmis.
LAWYER,
Namaka, Gadsby, Strome, Killam,
Cochrane, Sedgewick, Airdrie, Milk
River, Daysland, Redcliff, Brooks,
Tees, Parkland, Grassy Lake, Coaldale. Coleman.
LIME PLANT,
Bankhead.
LIVERY BARN,
Cluny.
LUMBER YARD,
Shepard, Stirling.
MACHINE SHOP,
Wetaskiwin, Camrose, Amisk, Metiskow, Stirling.
MARKET GARDENER,
Camrose,
MATCH FACTORY,
Edmonton.
MATTRESS FACTORY,
Calgary.
MILLINER,
Strathmore, Airdrie, Strome.
MUSIC STORE,
Namaka.
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CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
PACKING PLANT,
Innisfail, High River, Alix.
PAINTER,
Leduc, Acme.
PAINTS AND OILS,
Calgary.
PAPER MILLS,
Edmonton.
PHOTOGRAPHER,
Leduc, Acme, Alix, Okotoks.
PULP MILL,
Leduc, Strathcona, Edmonton.
RESTAURANT,
Irvine, Czar, Metiskow.
SASH & DOOR FACTORY,
Coleman.
SEWER PIPE & TILE,
Calgary.
SHOEMAKER,
Okotoks, Cowley, Irvine, Langdon, Cochrane, Airdrie, Ohaton,
Cadogan, Provost.
SMELTING WORKS,
Medicine Hat.
SOAP FACTORY,
Edmonton.
SPRING  & MATTRESS  FACTORY,
Calgary.
STOVES & FURNACES,
Calgary.
TAILOR,
Bassano, Cochrane, Hardisty, Coaldale, Coleman, Camangay.
TANNERY,
Wetaskiwin, Edmonton.
TILE & SEWER PIPE,
Calgary.
TINSMITH,
Langdon, Cowley.
UNDERTAKER,
Crossfield, Cochrane.
VETERINARY SURGEON,
Granum, Provost.
WHOLESALE HOUSES,
Wetaskiwin, Calgary, Edmonton,
Strathcona,  Camrose,   Lethbridge.
WIRE FENCE FACTORY,
Calgary.
WOOLLEN MILLS,
Strathcona,   Edmonton,   Medicine
Hat.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
AUTOMOBILES,
Victoria.
BAKER SHOPS,
Hammond, Port Moody, Ashcroft,
Haney.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
Rossland.
BOX FACTORY,
Nelson, Nakusp, Kelowna, Fernie,
Cranbrook,    Kitchener,     Creston,
Hammond.
BRICK PLANT,
Nakusp, Armstrong, Creston, Nicola, Hammond.
BROOM FACTORY,
Victoria.
'CAN FACTORY,
Victoria.
CANNING FACTORY,
Kelowna, Nakusp, Nelson, Armstrong, Grand Forks, Vernon, Hammond, Summerland, Penticton.
CEMENT PLANT,
Cranbrook, Kamloops.
CONFECTIONER,
Ashcroft.
CLOTHING FACTORY,
Fernie.
CREAMERY,
Midway, Cranbrook.
DAIRY FARMS,
Creston.
DENTIST,
Enderby, Ashcroft, Armstrong.
DOCTOR,
Slocan City, Savona, Lytton, Agassiz.
DRESSMAKER,
Nakusp, Cranbrook, Creston, Grand
Forks.
DRUG STORE,
Hammond, Midway, Port Moody.
DRY GOODS STORE,
Rossland.
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ELECTRIC  LIGHT  PLANT,
Port Moody.
ELECTRIC TRAMWAY,
Summerland.
FANCY STORE,
Nakusp.
FLOUR MILL,
Kamloops, Nelson.
FOUNDRY,
Kamloops, Rossland.
FRUIT EVAPORATOR,
Vernon.
FRUIT FARMERS,
Creston, Slocan City, Nakusp.
FURNITURE STORE,
Alberni.
HARNESS SHOP,
Nakusp.
HARDWARE STORE,
Nakusp.
HOTEL,
Agassiz, Peachland.
IMPLEMENT STORE,
Nakusp.
JAM FACTORY,
Grand Forks.
JEWELRY STORE,
Rossland.
LAUNDRY,
Michel, Nakusp. Slocan City, Grand
Forks,   Golden,    Kelowna,   Cranbrook, Ashcroft.
LAWYER,
Nakusp, Kaslo, Salmon Arm, Lyt-
ton.
LIVERY STABLE,
Hammond.
MACHINE SHOP,
Armstrong, Rossland.
MARKET GARDENS,
Cranbrook.
MATTRESS FACTORY,
Fernie.
MATCH FACTORY,
Victoria.
MILLINERY STORE,
Nakusp, Cranbrook.
MINING MACHINERY,
Victoria.
POULTRY FARMS,
Kelowna, Cranbrook, Nakusp.
PULP MILLS,
Kootenay Landing.
SASH & DOOR FACTORY,
Fernie,  Port Moody,  Nicola,  Enderby, Kitchener.
SHINGLE MILLS,
Nakusp.
SHOEMAKER,
Nakusp, Hammond, Kaslo.
TAILOR,
Salmon Arm.
TANNERY,
Victoria.
TINSMITH,
Hammond, Port Moody.
TIN STAMPING FACTORY.
Vernon.
WAGON FACTORY,
Victoria.
WHOLESALE HOUSES,
New Westminster, Vancouver, B.C.
Nelson, Victoria.
WOOLLEN MILLS,
New Westminster, Victoria.
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1 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
WESTERN   ONTARIO
The following information relates to only that part of the Canadian Pacific
Railway in Western Ontario, West of Port Arthur. The Cities of Port Arthur and
Fort William are situate at the head of Lake Superior, through which, during the
season of navigation, from April to December, the major portion of the huge grain
crop of the West is shipped via the Lake Steamers to Eastern Canada and Foreign
Markets. From the 1st of September 1909 to 31st August, 1910, 105,435,592 bushels
of all grains were received at these two ports of which 88,917,796 bushels were shipped
out via the lake and 12,550,742 bushels via rail.
This portion of Western Ontario lying between Port Arthur and the Manitoba
Boundary is rich in iron ores, which have been developed extensively in some districts. There are large areas of excellent timber along the Kaministikwia, Winnipeg
and Rainy Rivers and the Lake of the Woods, where the Lumber industry is successfully carried on. There are valuable water powers on the Kaministikwia and the
Winnipeg Rivers, which have been extensively developed, on the former near Fort
William and on the latter at Kenora and Keewatin.
Intending manufacturers and others will be able to gather from the accompanying short synopsis the present development of the towns referred to which will
act as a guide to this part of the Province. Additional information will be gladly
furnished to all inquirers.
MAIN LINE
PORT ARTHUR, ONT.—Pop. 17,000. Situate on Thunder Bay, Lake Superior,
in the direct line of water and rail routes from the East, and 424 miles east of
Winnipeg. Has water falls in the vicinity capable of developing 145,000 h.p.;
over 5,000 h.p. being already developed and supplied at $17.00 per h.p. The
City owns and operates Street Railway, Telephone, Electric Light, Water Works.
Here is situate the large Blast Furnaces of the Atikokan Iron Company with a
capacity of 200 tons of pig iron per day. The Western Dry Docks & Ship Building
Co's plant is now under construction at a cost of $1,500,000. A Wagon Works
will start operation in 1911, employing 300 hands, and an Enamel Works is
under construction, and will employ 350 hands. The City has set aside an
industrial district of some- 1,400 acres, from which it is stated free grants for
industrial sites will be made. Total shipments of grain last season, 39,091,961
bushels. Transhipment of coal 400,000 tons. Has Elevators with a
total capacity of 10,000,000 bushels; Large Coal Docks; Coke Ovens; Lumber
Mills and Yards; Brick Plants; 5 Banks; 3 Newspapers, and the many necessary
retail businesses.
Openings for all lines of manufactories and wholesale businesses.
FORT WILLIAM, ONT.—Pop. 22,000. Situate at the head of Lake Superior,
and 419 miles east of Winnipeg. Handles enormous tonnage of merchandise
and grain, also immense passenger traffic between East and West. Total grain
shipments last season, 51,714,242 bushels; transhipment of coal 1,227,550 tons.
Has 35,000 Hydro-Electric H.P., which can be increased to 100,000 H.P. when
required. Educational facilities are good. Has 12 Elevators, capacity 18,940,000
bushels; Flour Mill, 4,000 barrels, daily capacity; 4 Brick Plants; 2 Electric Light
Plants; 5 Cement Block Plants; Car Wheel,  Iron Pipe and Heavy Castings
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Foundry, Stove and Range Factory, Broom Factory, Machine Shops, Ore Docks,
Sash and Door Finishing works, Brewery, Aerated Water Works, Telephone,
12 Banks. Municipally owned Electric Street Railway connecting Port Arthur
and the many necessary retail businesses.
It is stated there are openings for Stationary, Marine and Traction Engine
Works; All Iron Trades, principally Roller Mills, Structural Iron, Nail Works,
Agricultural Machinery, Automobiles, Furniture Factory, Buggy and Wagon
Works; Paper Box, Match, Boot and Shoe Factories, Leather Goods, Gloves
and Coarse Clothing, Bag Factories, Paper and Cereal Foods Mills, Biscuit
Works and Tile Works, and Wholesale Jobbers in all lines trade.
WESTFORT, ONT.—Pop. 5,000. A suburb of Fort William, 417 miles east of Winnipeg on the Kaministikwia River. Has 3 Brick Plants, Telephone, 2 Lumber
Yards, 3 Hotels, Bank, 5 Clothes Stores, 3 Shoe Stores, 2 Drug Stores, 3 Hardware
Stores, Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, 3 Meat Markets, 3 Barber
Shops, 4 Restaurants, 5 Confectioners, 3 Blacksmiths, 3 Pool Rooms, 2 Doctors,
2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, Tailor, 8 Contractors, Bakery, Wholesale Groceries
and Hardware. Canada Iron Foundry manufacture car wheels and cast iron
pipe, and employ 375 men.
Require Cement Block Plant, Steam Laundry, Dentist, Lawyer.
KAMINISTIKWIA, ONT.—Pop. 200. 395 miles East of Winnipeg, and 24 miles
West of Fort William. Has Lumber Yard, General Store, Saw-Mill, Boarding
House.    The Kakabeka Falls are 9 miles distant from this point.
IGNACE, ONT.—Pop. 350. 271 miles East of Winnipeg; on Ignace Lake; is a divisional point on the C.P.R. Has Electric Light Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards,
Sawmill, Hotel, General Store, Clothes Store, Barber Shop, Restaurant, 2 Blacksmiths' Shops, Pool Room, Doctor, Painter, Carpenter, Confectioner, Visiting
Dentist, Railway Y.M.C.A.
Require Laundry.
WABIGOON, ONT.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 450). On Wabigoon Lake. 221
miles East of Winnipeg. It is stated that development of Gold Mines 25 miles
south of this point is about to be resumed. Has General Store, Fruit Dealer,
Steamboats, Mining Engineer, Lumber Yard.
DRYDEN, ONT.—Pop. 850. 208 miles East of Winnipeg; is a rapidly growing town.
Has Brick Yard, Electric Light Plant, Cement Block Plant, 3 Lumber Yards,
2 Hotels, Bank, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, Farm Implement
Store, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Livery Stable, 2 Meat Markets, Barber
Shop, 3 Restaurants, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmith's Shop, 2 Pool
Rooms, Photographer, Doctor, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Tailor, 2 Painters, 10
Carpenters, Undertaker. A Large Sulphide Plant is in course of construction,
together with Pulp and Sawmills and a large Brick Plant.
Require Flour Mill (water power here), Dentist, Music Store.
HAWK, ONT.—151 miles East of Winnipeg. Large Granite Quarry opened up here
producing a stone which is stated to be excellent for all kinds of building.
KENORA, ONT.—Pop.   6,000.    On the  Lake of the  Woods.    126 miles  East of
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Winnipeg. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 540,000 bushels, Stock Yards, Flour Mill,
capacity 2,500 bbls. per day, Hydro Electric Plant of about 6,000 H.P., Telephone,
Lumber Yards, 8 Hotels, 3 Banks, 12 Clothes Stores, 10 Shoe Stores, 2 Drug
Stores, Jewelry Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 4 Millinery Stores, Newspaper,
3 Livery Stables, 4 Meat Markets, 5 Barber Shops, 7 Restaurants, 3 Confectioners,
Harness Shop, 3 Blacksmiths' Shops, 5 Pool Rooms, 2 Photographers, 4 Shoemakers, 4 Tailors, 4 Doctors, 3 Dentists, 4 Lawyers, 3 Painters, 8 Carpenters
Undertakers. Wholesale Liquors, Flour and Feed Store, 4 Dry Goods Stores,
7 Grocery Stores, 3 Boat Building Establishments. Two large Saw Mills in
the vicinity with a capacity of about 250,000 feet per day. Good educational facilities. This is a favorite summer resort where many residents of
Winnipeg and other Cities in the West have summer cottages on the numerous Islands and spend the summer months. Municipality has abundant water
and electric power at low cost.
Require Pulp Mills.
KEEWATIN, ONT.—Pop. 2,000. 123 miles East of Winnipeg on the Lake of the
Woods. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 1,300,000 bushels; 2 .Flour Mills, daily
, capacity, 10,000 barrels; Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank, Saw Mill, 3 General
Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, Clothes Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper,
2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, Restaurant, Confectioner, Pool Room, 2
Doctors, Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, Tailor, 2 Painters, Barrel Factory. This is
also a summer resort similar to Kenora. CANADIAN
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PROVINCE OF MANITOBA
This Province is 73,732 square miles in area, of which it is estimated there is
approximately 27,000,000 acres of arable land. The principal lakes with their areas
are: Lake Winnipeg, 9,457 square miles, Lake Winnipegosis 2,086 square miles,
Lake Manitoba 1,817 square miles; in addition to which there are a large number of
smaller lakes scattered throughout the Province. The principal Rivers are the Red,
Winnipeg and Assiniboine. On the former between the City of Winnipeg and Lake
Winnipeg, Locks have been installed at St. Andrews, rendering navigation possible
for large boats carrying merchandise and passengers between those points. The
population of the Province at the last census (1906) was 360,000. It is now estimated to be 500,000.
The climate is dry and invigorating with long warm summer days and cold
bright winters.
The Railways have spread their tracks over a large portion of the Province,
and the train service, both passenger and freight, is of the best.
The development of Electric Power from the various Rivers of the Province
is materializing rapidly, and with this has come an abnormal increase in the manufacturing and industrial features of Manitoba. This factor is referred to in more
definite terms in the individual paragraphs dealing with the Cities of the Province.
The grain yield of the Province for the season 1909 in accordance with the report
of the Provincial Department of Agriculture is:
WHEAT  45,774,707 bushels
OATS     50,983,056
BARLEY  | 16,416,634
FLAX   253,636
RYE     50,891
PEAS     25,527     . |
TOTAL    113,504,451
THE POTATO CROP YIELDED .        5,450,200 bushels
THE ROOT CROP YIELDED   .......       2,659,928
TOTAL       8,110,128 bushels
THE TOTAL AREA OF LAND UNDER §§
GRAIN CROP WAS       4,646,614 acres
UNDER ALL CROP          4,777,210    1
The yield of cultured Grasses was as follows:
BROME     28,773 ton?
RYE     18,642    1
TIMOTHY  100,865    |
TOTAL  148,280 tons
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The Poultry actually disposed of by farmers was :
TURKEYS  90,982
GEESE  53,071
CHICKEN  464,672
Butter marketed by farmers was 3,002r633 lbs., realizing     $600,526.60
Butter produced by the creameries, 2,613,594 lbs. realizing       607,660.60
Cheese produced, 1,451,824 lbs., realizing       163,330.40
Total value of Dairy products of the Province being $1,371,517,60
From the above figures it will be seen that mixed farming is carried on extensively
and yields'good profits.
The number of head of live stock in the Province was as follows:
HORSES     189,132
CATTLE  372,520
SHEEP ■  17,922
SWINE  155,541
TOTAL    735,115
It must not be overlooked that each year a large and increasing number of
settlers are coming into the Province, this of necessity rendering the establishment
of new businesses and the opening of industries of paramount importance to the
well-being of the Province.
The information in the following pages has been compiled to enable persons
who contemplate coming to the Province to see at a glance the present development
of the Towns and their requirements.
MAIN LINE
BEAUSEJOUR, MAN.—Pop. 1,050. (Tributary pop. 5,000). 36 miles East of Winnipeg. Has Grain Warehouse, capacity 5,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Brick Plant,
Electric Light Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank, 11 General
Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, 2 Meat
Markets, 2 Barber Shops, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 4 Blacksmiths, Pool
Room, Doctor, Lawyer, Tinsmith, Painter, 6 Carpenters, Boarding House, Drug
Store; Glass Factory employing 150 men, making Bottles, Tableware,
Lantern Globes, Jars, etc.; Sawmills. Good supply of fuel wood of which
a large quantity is shipped yearly. There is also a large deposit of gravel and
sand suitable for building purposes.
TYNDAL, MAN.—Pop. 600. 29 miles East of Winnipeg. Has 4 General tores,
Confectioner, Doctor, Lumber Yard, Hardware Store, Butcher, Hotel, Livery
and Meat Market, 5 Large Lime Kilns. Here are situated three large stone
quarries the product of which is used largely for building in Winnipeg and other
points in the West—360 men employed.
Require Baker, Druggist.
BIRDS HILL, MAN.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 600). 8 miles East of Winnipeg.
Here are situated large deposits of excellent building sand and gravel, which is
shipped in large quantities to Winnipeg and other points in Manitoba. This
industry employs a large number of men.    Has General Store.
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LYDIATT, MAN.—39 miles East of Winnipeg,
HAZELRIDGE, MAN.—20 miles East of Winnipeg.
OAKBANK, MAN.—14 miles east of Winnipeg.
Are all new points in a good mixed farming district where there are openings for all
lines of business.
WINNIPEG, MAN.—Pop. 150,000. (Suburban pop. 20,000). The Capital of the
Province; is situated at the confluence of the Red and the Assiniboine Rivers;
1,414 miles west of Montreal and 1,483 miles east of Vancouver. Is the center
of the Western Railroads, there being eighteen main or branch lines running into
and out of the City. Its streets are wide and well paved, and its boulevards
give the City an attractive appearance. Situated as Winnipeg is, in the famous
Red River Valley, it is surrounded by an excellent farming country. There are
extensive market gardens in close proximity to the City, and the cultivation of
vegetables, etc., is a successful and profitable industry. There are over 500
acres laid out for parks, and the rivers lend themselves to good boating and
canoeing. The Golf Links are excellent, and nearly every kind of Athletic sport
is carried on. Over 236 factories are in operation, employing 16,000 hands,
having an annual output of $25,000,000, and the wholesale turnover exceeds
$100,000,000 a year. There are twenty-two chartered banks, with forty-one
branches, the bank clearings rising from $106,956,720 in 1900 to $770,649,322
in 1909. $67,770,625 has been spent on new buildings erected during the past
seven and a half years, ending July 1st, 1910. Winnipeg is the largest wheat
market on the American continent, there having been inspected 88*269,330
bushels in 1909. It has 122 Churches and Missions, 33 Public Schools, 6 Colleges,
University, Agricultural College, Provincial and Government Buildings, Court
House, many fine Hotels, Carnegie Library, Industrial Exhibition Buildings,
Cattle Markets, Large Flour Mills, Electric Street Railway both City and Inter-
urban. Has 3 Daily and 38 weekly and monthly papers and magazines. A
fishing industry of considerable magnitude is carried on in the Lakes north of the
City. The City owns and operates its own Asphalt Plant, Quarry, Public Lighting, Waterworks, and has a high pressure system for fire protection, which was
constructed at a cost of $950,000. The Winnipeg Electric Railway sells electric
surplus power for manufacturing purposes at 3c. to 6c. per K. W., according to the
quantity consumed. The City of Winnipeg has under construction on the
Winnipeg River an Electric Power Plant which will generate 60,000 H.P. Union
Stock Yards—See description under St. Boniface, which City is only separated
from Winnipeg by the Red River, which is spanned by several bridges, over
which the Winnipeg Electric Railway cars run.
Special openings for manufacturing farm and agricultural implements,
including gas and steam tractors; paper and straw board mills, men's clothing,
ladies ready-to wear goods, food stuffs, starch factory, footwear, metal goods,
wire nail factory, hardware specialties, flax and jute works, beet sugar factory,
elevator machinery .automobiles and commercial motor carriages, home and
office furniture, leather goods, cereal foods, dairy supplies, building materials,
stoves, ranges, furnaces and heating plants, and many other lines.
ST. BONIFACE, MAN.—Pop. 7,000.    Adjoining Winnipeg on the East side of the
Red River.    The Railway facilities are excellent, and it is stated that the City
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Council are prepared to offer opportunities to manufacturers locating in the City.
Has Large Flour Mills, Brick Yards, Canneries, Construction Iron Manufacturers,
Elevators, Lumber Yards, Linseed Oil Mills, iSash and Door Factories, Sheet Metal
Works. Roof and Paper Plants, Woollen Mills, etc. "Require Abattoirs and
Packing Plants, Boot and Shoe Manufacturers, Cement Plant, Electrical Supplies, Clothing Manufacturers, etc. There is under consideration the construction and operation of Union Stock Yards accessible to all Railways. The rapid
growth of the live stock industry throughout the Prairie Provinces, all of which
stock must pass through Winnipeg en route to Eastern Canada and foreign
markets, will certainly, with the establishment of these Union Stock Yards,
develop the largest stock market in Canada, and in a few years will equal those
of such places in the United States as Chicago, Omaha, Kansas City, South St.
Paul'etc. There will be excellent opportunities for the establishment of Abattoirs, Meat Packing Plants, Tanneries, Glue Factories and other industries incidental to the live stock trade. Those who have given this subject thought are
convinced that the exportation of live stock on the hoof will steadily decrease
and the export of meats under refrigeration will be substituted for the present
methods. This will make St. Boniface and its Sister City, Winnipeg, so closely
connected with it by several bridges across the Red River, one of the largest
live stock markets and packing house centers on the Continent. Manufacturers
of any of the By-products are advised to watch this important undertaking.
ROSSER, MAN.—Pop.  100.    (Tributary pop.  500).    16 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 72,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has Elevator, capacity 75,000
bushels, Stock Yards, General Merchant.
Require Doctor.
MEADOWS, MAN.—Pop. 50.    (Tributary pop. 200).    23 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 48,000 bushels of grain last season.
Require General Store, Blacksmith Shop.
MARQUETTE, MAN.—Pop. 150. 29 miles West of Winnipeg. Handled 15,000
bushels of grain last season. - Has Stock Yards, General Store, Livery Stable,
Carpenter, Butcher, Builder, 5 Cheese Manufacturers, Stock Breeders, Cattle
Dealer, Dairy Farm, Lumber Yard, etc.
POPLAR POINT, MAN.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 800). 41 miles West of Winnipeg. Handled 67,000 bushels of grain last season. Has Elevator, capacity
25,000 bushels, Stock Yards, Telephone 2 General Stores, Implement Store
Livery Stable, Blacksmith Shop, Carpenter, Chopping Mill, Boarding House,
2 Hay Dealers.    Require Small Hotel.
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HIGH BLUFF, MAN.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 850). 49 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 191,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 120,000
bushels, Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, 2 General Stores, Drug Store,
Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Doctor,
2 Painters, 2 Carpenters, Implement Store.
PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, MAN.—Pop. 7,500. (Large tributary population). 56
miles West of Winnipeg Junction with the Minnedosa and Yorkton Branch running north-west. Situate in the heart of the famous "Portage Plains," one of
the finest wheat growing districts in the West, and also produces^large*crops of
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other grains and vegetables. Handled 1,350,000 bushels of grain last season
12,000 cattle, 1,000 horses, 300 sheep, 500 hogs. Has Elevators with a
capacity of 313,000 bushels, Stock Yards, Collegiate, Normal School,
Business College, Four Public Schools, Customs House, Indian Offices,
Provincial Gaol, Provincial Training School for Boys, County Court
House, Land Titles Office, Office of Inland Revenues, Provincial Old Folks
Homes and Home for Incurables, Armouries, Modern Electric Light, Water
and Sewerage Systems, Two Daily and Two Weekly Newspapers, Threshing and Farm Implement Manufactories, Flour and Oatmeal Mills with a
daily capacity of 1,600 barrels. Large Brick Yards, capacity 12,000,000 per
annum; Sash and Door Factories, Portable Grain Bin and Shocker Factory,
Modern Creamery, Manufactory of Radiators and Steam Heating Appliances,
Wholesale Agricultural Implement Firms, Lumber Yards, Corrugated Pipe and
Culvert Factory, and many other smaller industries.
It is stated-that there are openings for: Straw Board Factory, Soap Factory,
Starch Factory, Green Houses, Manufacture of Glaized Tiles and Sewer Pipe,
Box Factory, Gasoline Engine Works and Repair Shops, Paper Mills (building and
other heavy paper), Wholesale and Jobbing Houses in many lines of business.
We are advised that the City are prepared to offer free sites and other concessions
in the way of fixed assessment of taxes, etc.
BURNSIDE, MAN.—Pop. 40.    (Tributary pop. 350).    64 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 37,000 bushels of grain last year.    Has Elevator, capacity 25,000 bushels,
Stock Yards, General Store.
Require Livery, Blacksmith and Boarding House.
BAGOT, MAN.—Pop.   75.    (Tributary pop.   300).    72  miles   West  of   Winnipeg.
Handled 11,000 bushels of grain, and 12,000 sheep last season.   Has Telephone,
General Store, Farm Implement Store, Livery Stable, Meat Markets, Barber Shop,
Blacksmith's Shop, Boarding House.
Require Doctor.
MACGREGOR, MAN.—Pop. 600. 78 miles West of Winnipeg; junction point of the
Varcoe Branch. Handled 160,000 bushels of grain, 300 cattle and 100 hogs last
year. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 75,000 bushels, Stock Yards, Creamery, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 3 Hotels, Bank, 3 General Stores, Shoe Store, Drug
Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables,
Lawyer, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Tailor, Painter, 2 Carpenters, Undertaker, Meat
Market, Barber Shop, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmith Shops, Pool
Room, Photographer, 2 Doctors.
Require Flour Mill, Brick Plant (good clay), Dentist.
AUSTIN, MAN.—Pop. 350. (Tributary pop. 200). 85 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 217,000 bushels of grain, 200 cattle and 150 hogs last season. Has 3
Elevators, capacity 90,000 bushels, Stock Yards, Flour Mill, Cement Block Plant,
Lumber Yard, 2 Hotels, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Farm Implement Stores,
Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Livery Stable, 2 Meat Markets, Barber Shop,
3 Confectioners, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmith,
Shoemaker, 5 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Veterinary Surgeon, Lawyer.
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(SIDNEY, MAN.—Pop. 250. (Tributary pop. 600). 93 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 97,000 bushels of grain, 182 cattle and 300 hogs last season. Has 2
Elevators, capacity 29,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Flour Mill, Brick Plant, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, 3 General Stores, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Newspaper, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber] Shop, Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Doctor,*
Furniture Store, Tinsmith, Painter, 3 Carpenters.
Require Drug Store.
CARBERRY, 'MAN.—Pop. 1,500. (Tributary pop. 1,650). 106 miles West of
Winnipeg. Handled 120,000 bushels of grain, 300 cattle, 500 horses, and 100
hogs last season. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 181,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Flour
Mill (not operated), Municipal Electric Light and Water Works, Telephone, 2
Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 3 Banks, 4 General Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, 2 Drug
Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, 2 Millinery
Stores, 2 Newspapers, 4 Livery Stables, 3 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, Confectioner, 2 Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmiths' Shops, 2 Pool Rooms,
Photographer, 2 Doctors, Dentist, 3 Lawyers, Tinsmith, 2 Shoemakers, Tailor,
Painter, 4. Carpenters, Undertaker, Gas Company, 150 Barrel Flour Mill here
not operated.    Purchaser required.
DOUGLAS, MAN.—Pop. 300. 122 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 144,000 bushels
of grain, 100 Cattle and 300 Hogs last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 91,000
bushels; General Store, Clothes Store, Hardware Store, Barber Shop, Harness
Shop, Blacksmith's Shop, Doctor, Hotel, Lumber Yard, Livery, Contractor
and Builder, Farm 'Implements, Coal and Wood Dealer, Carriage Builder, etc.
Extensive Peat Marshes in the vicinity.
CHATER, MAN.—Pop. 50. (Tributary pop. 300). 128 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 90,000 bushels of grain last year. Has 2 Elevators, capacity
60,000 bushels;  Hotel,   General Store, Blacksmith's Shop.
BRANDON, MAN.—Pop. 14,000. Situate on the Banks of the Assiniboine River in a
thickly populated agricultural district; is one of the most thriving cities in the
West. There is a Government Experimental Farm of 1,000 acres. Three
Colleges, 6 District Schools, Railway Divisional Point, Industrial Spur for Ware-
houses, etc. Handled 2,563,722 bushels of grain last season, 2,100 horses, 1,400
cattle, and 700 hogs. Has 6 Elevators, capacity 360,000 bushels; 3 Flour
Mills, daily capacity 2,000 barrels; Electric Light, Gas and Power Heating Company, 2 Brick Plants, Cement Block Plant, 3 Pump Factories, 2 Windmill Factories, 2 Creameries, 3 Sash and Door Factories, 2 Wholesale Saddleries, 2 Wholesale Fruit Houses, Groceries, Hardware, Carriages and numerous other distributing houses, 4 Thresher Companies, Fanning Mill Co., 2 Cigar Factories, Marble
Works, etc., and all necessary retail businesses. It is stated there are openings
for manufactories of Soap, Boots and Shoes, Paper and Wooden Boxes, Tar and
Building Paper, Implements and Carriages, Sewer Pipe, Tents and Awnings,
Biscuits, Cereal Foods, Tannery, Automobiles, Wholesale Bakeries, Confectioners, etc.
KEMNAY, MAN.—Pop. 25.    (Tributary pop. 300).    142 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 81,650 bushels of grain last season.    Has 2 Elevators, capacity 60,000
bushels, and General Store.
Require Blacksmith.
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ALEXANDER, MAN.—Pop. 500.    (Tributary pop. 650).    149 miles West of Winnipeg.    Handled 337,000 bushels of grain last year.    Has 5 Elevators, capacity '■
159,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, General
Store, Shoe Store, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 Farm Implement Stores,,
Millinery Store, Livery Stable, 2 Meat Markets, Barber Shop, Harness Shop|
2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Doctor.
Require Flour Mill.
GRISWOLD, MAN.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 500). 158 miles West of Winnipeg. Handled 209,000 bushels of grain, 504 cattle and 433 hogs last season. Has 6
Elevators, capacity 196,000 bushels; Stock Yar,ds, Flour Mill, capacity 150 barrels;
Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, Shoe Store, Drug Store, Hardware
Store, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Millinery Store, Livery Stable, Meat Market,
Barber Shop, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmith Shops, Pool Room,
Doctor, Tinsmith, Painter, Carpenter, Undertaker, Furniture Store, Bakery.
Require Boarding House.
OAK LAKE, MAN.—Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 500). 166 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 144,000 bushels of grain (in addition that milled), 860 cattle and 813
hogs last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 137,000 bushels; Stock Yards;
Large Flour Mill, capacity 475 barrels per day; 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank,
3 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 Farm Implement Stores,
Jewelry  Store, Millinery  Store, Newspaper,  2 Livery  Stables, Meat  Market,
Barber Shop, Restaurant,  Furniture   Store   Confectioner,   Harness   Shop,   2 i
Blacksmith Shops, Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmiths, Tailor, Painter, Carpenters, \
Undertaker, Photographer.
Require Creamery, Dentist, Auto Garage.
VIRDEN, MAN.—Pop. 2,300. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 181 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 323,000 bushels of grain, 450 Cattle and 600 hogs last season. The Live
Stock and Dairying features of this Town are growing steadily and successfully.
Has 6 Elevators, capacity 190,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Flour Mill, capacity
100 bbls.; Brick and Tile Plant.Cement Block Plant, Telephone, Wholesale
General Merchants and Liquors, 2 Lumber Yards, 3 Hotels, 2 Banks, 2 Machine
Shops, 3 General Stores, Clothes Store, Shoe Store, 2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware
Stores, 5 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, 3 Millinery Stores, Newspaper,
4 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 3 Barber Shops, Restaurant, 2 Confectioners,
2 Harness Shops, 3 Blacksmith Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, 2 Photographers, 3 Doctors,
Dentist, 3 Lawyers, 3 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 5 Painters, Carpenters,  Undertaker,  Pump Manufacturers.
Require Sash and Door Factory, Creamery, Steam Laundry, Cheese Factory,
Pork Packing Plant.
HARGRAVE, MAN.—Pop. 75. (Tributary pop. 400). 189 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 167,000 bushels of grain and 270 Cattle last season. Has 3 Elevators,
capacity 75,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, 2
General Stores, Livery Stable, Blacksmiths Shop, Carpenter, Flour & Feed Store.
Require Implement Store, Barber Shop, Harness Maker, Hardware Store.
ELKHORN, MAN.—Pop. 700.    198 miles West of Winnipeg.    The starting point
for the Pheasant Hills Branch.    Handled 275,000 bushels of   grain, 180 Cattle.
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200 Horses and 120 Hogs last season. Has 3Elevators, capacity88,000bushels;
Barber Shop, Tailor, Bank, Newspaper, Shoemaker, Restaurant, Grocer, Doctor,
Hardware & Furniture Store, Livery, Lumber Yard, 2 Hotels, General Store, 3
Farm Implement Stores, Tinsmith, Drug Store, Jeweller, Baker, Harness
Maker, Blacksmith, Laundry.
KIRKELLA, MAN.—Pop. 50.    (Tributary pop. 200).    204 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 72,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has Elevator, capacity 27,000
bushels; Blacksmith, General Store, Lumber Yard, Livery Stable.
Require Boarding House.
LAC DU BONNET SUB-DIVISION
jLAC DU BONNET, MAN.—Pop. 700. 60 miles East of Winnipeg. Has Electric
Light, Brick Plant, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, 3 General Stores, Shoe Store,
Barber Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Doctor, 3 Carpenters, Fishery,
Saw Mills, Peat Works. Near here is situated the Electric Power House of the
Winnipeg Street Railway and there is also being constructed the power plant of
the City of Winnipeg.
Require Butcher.
EMERSON SUB-DIVISION
NIVERVILLE, MAN.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 400). 23 miles South of Winnipeg.
Handled 28,000 bushels of grain and 170 Cattle last season. Has 2 Elevators,
capacity 40,000 bushels; Hotel, Lumber Yard, Telephone, 2 General Stores, 3
Farm Implement Dealers, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Doctor, Tailor,
Painter, 3 Carpenters. Require Flour Mill, Cheese Factory or Creamery,
Baker's Shop, Confectioner, Barber.
OTTERBURNE, MAN.—Pop. 800. (Tributary pop. 850). 30 miles South of Winni
peg. Handled 81,000 bushels of grain, 525 cattle and 153 hogs last season. Has
Elevator, capacity 62,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 2 Lumber Yards, 3 Hotels,
Bank, 7 General Stores, 3 Implement Dealers, 2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets,
Harness Shop, Barber Shop, 2 Pool Rooms, 2 Blacksmith Shops, 2 Doctors,
Tinsmith, Painter, 4 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Creamery, Flour & Feed Mill, Cheese Factory.
ARNAUD, MAN.—Pop. 75. (Tributary pop. 700). 48 miles South of Winnipeg.
Handled 90,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 60,000
bushels; General Store, Blacksmith, Hotel, 3 Implement Agencies, Livery Barn.
Require Doctor, Barber.
DOMINION CITY, MAN.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 700). 56 miles South of
Winnipeg. Handled 153,000 bushels of grain, 300 cattle and 350 hogs last
season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 80,000 bushels; Flour Mill, Telephone,
Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store,
3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat
Markets, Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer, 2 Doctors, Tinsmith, 4 Carpenters,
Undertaker.
Require Creamery, Lawyer, Bakery and Dentist.
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EMERSON, MAN.—Pop. 1,100. (Tributary pop. 500). 66 miles South of Winnipeg
on the International Boundary. Handled 46,000 bushels of grain, 750 cattle
and 2,357 horses last season.- Has Elevator, capacity 7,000 bushels; Stock
Yards, Flour Mill, Brick Plant, Cement Block Plant, Telephone, Lumber Yard,
2 Hotels, 2 Banks, 3 General Stores, Clothes Store, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores,
4 Farm Implement Stores, Jeweler, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market,
Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths
Shops, Pool Room, Photographer, 2 Doctors, 2 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker,
Tailor, 2 Painters, 5 Carpenters, Undertaker, Veterinary Surgeon.
WINNIPEG BEACH SUB-DIVISION
SELKIRK, MAN.—Pop.  3,400.    24 miles North of Winnipeg on the Red River, j
This is the Port for Lake Winnipeg and the greater part of the traffic of the '
Lake and Hudson Bay country is transhipped here.    About two and one-half I
million pounds of white fish and half a million pounds of other  lake   fish are i
handled here annually, also valuable timber and lumber products.    The manufactories include 2 Saw Mills, Planing Mill, Canning Factory and Ship Building.
There are three Wholesale Fish & Navigation Companies, Government Dock,
Fish Hatchery and  Station of the Public Works Department for the lakes and
the   interior  waterways.      Shipping facilities to  Winnipeg by rail, river and
electric   interurban  railway, Municipal Waterworks and Sewerage, Telephone,
Electric   Light,   Hospital,   5 Lumber Yards, 3 Hotels, Bank, 9 General Stores,
Clothes   Store,  2   Drug Stores, 3 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Dealers, 3
Jewelry Stores, Millinery Store, 2 Newspapers, 2 Livery Stables, 6 Meat Markets,
3   Barber Shops, 5 Restaurants, 5 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 3 Blacksmiths
Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, 2   Photographers, 2 Doctors, 3 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, 3
Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 3 Painters, 20 Carpenters, 3 Undertakers.
Require Flour and Grain Handling Mill, Pulp and Oatmeal Mills, Creamery,
Brick and Cement Plant, Steam Laundry.
WINNIPEG BEACH, MAN.—Pop. 150. 49 miles north of Winnipeg on the borders
of Lake Winnipeg, is a summer resort where good boating and fishing are to
be had.
GIMLI, MAN.—Pop. 850. (Tributary pop. 8,000). 59 miles north of Winnipeg j
on the border of Lake Winnipeg. Large quantities of lumber from the mills j
on the Lake are brought to this point and reshipped. Has 3 Creameries, Tele- j
phone, 10 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 12 General Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores, j
Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, 2 Newspapers, 3 Livery Stables, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Painter, 3 Carpenters.
Require Saw Mills and Planing Mills, Lawyer.
• TEULON SUB-DIVISION
STONY MOUNTAIN, MAN.—Pop. 450.    (Tributary pop. 300).    14 miles .North of!
Winnipeg.,   Good clay in the district for brick making and a pit of fine building j
sand within one mile of station.    There are also large stone quarries at Airdale,
five miles distant.    Has 2 General Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Tinsmith,
Hardware Store, 2 Stone Quarries, Pool Room, Baker, Blacksmith,  Barber,
Boarding House.
Require Doctor, Beet Sugar Factory, Canning Factory, Brick Plant.
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STONEWALL, MAN.—Pop. 1,300. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 21 miles north of Winnipeg. Handled 106,000 bushels of grain, 850 cattle, 400 horses and 300 hogs,
last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 62,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Cement
Block Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 2 Banks, 4 General Stores, 2
Clothes Stores, 2 Shoe Stores, Drug Store, 3 Hardware Stores, 5 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, 2 Newspapers, 3 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets,
3 Barber Shops, Restaurant, Confectioner, 2 Harness Shops, 4 Blacksmiths'
Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 2 Doctors, 2 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, Tailor, 2 Painters, 4 Carpenters, Undertaker, 4 Stone Quarries, Baking
Powder Factory, 4 Lime Burners, 2 Stone Crushers.
Require Creamery, Dentist.
GUNTON, MAN.—Pop. 250.    (Tributary pop. 150).    35 miles North of Winnipeg.
There are large stone quarries in this district.    Has 3 General Stores, Blacksmith,
Joiner and Cabinet Maker.
Require Bakery.
TEULON, MAN.—Pop. 500. (Tributary pop. 3,000). 40 miles North of Winnipeg.
Handled 21,000 bushels grain and 300 cattle last season. Has Grain Warehouse,
capacity 6,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yards, Hotel, 5 General
Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, 2 Meat
Markets, Barber Shop, Confectioner, 2 Harness Shops, Blacksmith, Pool Room,
Doctor, Tinsmith, 2 Shoemakers, Painters, Carpenters.
Require Laundry, Drug Store, Elevator.
. KOMARNO, MAN.—48 miles North of Winnipeg.   A new town in a good mixed farming district, in which there are openings for all lines of business.
KREUZBURG, MAN.—59 miles North of Winnipeg. A new town in a good mixed
farming district, in which there are openings for all lines of business.
REMBRANT, MAN.—59 miles North of Winnipeg. A new town. Openings for
all lines of business. .
ARBORG, MAN.—A new town on banks of Icelandic River. 78 miles North of
Winnipeg. Mixed Farming, Fishing and Lumber principal business carried on.
Openings for all lines of business.
SOURIS SUB-DIVISION
STARBUCK, MAN.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 27 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 146,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity
80,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 2
General Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool
Room, Doctor, 3 Carpenters.
Require Drug Store and Brick Plant.
FANNYSTELLE, MAN.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 300). 35 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 133,000 bushels of grain, 72 cattle and 200 hogs last season. Has 2
Elevators, capacity 65,000 bushels, Lumber Yard, Hotel, 2 General Stores,
3 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Blacksmiths Shop,Baker.
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ELM CREEK, MAN.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 600). 46 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 180,000 bushels of grain and 57 cattle last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 70,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel,
Bank, A General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement
Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops, Harness Shop, Blacksmiths Shop, 2 Pool Rooms, Doctor, Bakery, Tinsmith, 4 Carpenters, Chopping
Mill.
Require Lawyer.
ST. CLAUDE, MAN.—Pop. 250. (Tributary pop. 300). 62 miles from Winnipeg.
. Handled 74,000 bushels of grain, 78 cattle and 102 horses last season. Has
Elevator, capacity 30,000 bushels; Stock, Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard,
Hotel, 2 General Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stables, 2 Meat
Markets, Barber Shop, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Fruit Store 2 Blacksmiths
Shops, Pool Room, 3 Carpenters, Sawmill, Contractor and Builder.
Require Shoemaker, Doctor.
RATHWELL, MAN.—Pop. 250. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 71 miles from Winnipeg'.
Handled 248,000 bushels of grain, 100 cattle and 200 hogs last season. Has 4
Elevators, capacity 113,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards,
Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, 2 Shoe Stores, Drug Store,*
2 Hardware, Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Newspaper, Meat Market, 2 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, Baker, Livery Stable, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths
Shops, 2 Doctors, 2 Tinsmiths, Tailor, Painter, 2 Carpenters, Undertaker, 2 Flour
and Feed Stores, Furniture Store, Carriage Builder.
Require Flour  or  Oat Meal Mill, Creamery, Cheese Factory, Laundry, Barber,
Lawyer, Veterinary Surgeon.
TREHERNE, MAN.—Pop. 700. (Tributary pop. 900). 77 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 343,000 bushels of grain, 308 cattle and 400 hogs last season. Has 5
Elevators, capacity 169,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Flour Mill, capacity 125 bbls.;
Electric Light, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 2 Banks, 4 General Stores,
Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, 2
Millinery Stores, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, 3 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops,
2 Confectioners, 2 Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmith Shops, Pool Room, Photographer,
2 Doctors, Dentist, Lawyer, Tinsmith, Tailor, 2 Painters, 3 Carpenters, Undertaker and Furniture, Boot & Shoe Store, Harness Maker, Planing Mill, Contractor, Baker, Dentist.
Require Creamery, Brick Yard."
HOLLAND, MAN.—Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 400). 86 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 286,000'bushels of grain, 300 cattle and 300 hogs last season. Has 5
Elevators, capacity 133,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Flour Mill, capacity 75 bbls.;
Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware
Store, 2 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Millinery Stores, Livery Stable, Newspaper,
Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool'Rooms, Photographer, 2 Doctors, Lawyer, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Tailor, Painter, 2 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Electric Light, Furniture Store, Butcher.
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CYPRESS RIVER, MAN.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 600). 96 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 213,000 bushels of grain, 300 cattle and 150 horses last season.
Has 5 Elevators, capacity 150,000 bushels; Brick Plant (not running for want of
capital), Telephone, Lumber Yard, 2 Hotels, Bank, 4 General Stores, Drug Store,
Shoe Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store,
Millinery Store, Newpaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop,
Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, 2
Doctors, Laundry, Tinsmith, 3 Carpenters, Undertaker, Furniture Store, Stone
Masons and Contractors.
Require Flour Mill.
GLENBORO, MAN.—Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 5,000). 105 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 250,000 bushels of grain, 545 head of cattle and 1,000 hogs last season.
Has 4 Elevators, capacity 130,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Flour Mill, capacity
150 bbls.; Creamery, Telephone, Lumber Yard, 2 Hotels, 2 Banks, 3 General
Stores, Shoe Store, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores,
Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer, 2
Doctors, Lawyer, Tinsmith, 2 Shoemakers, Tailor, 2 Painters, 2 Carpenters,
Undertaker, Carriage Maker.
Require Machine Shop.
STOCKTON, MAN.—Pop.  150.    (Tributary pop. 200).    113 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 90,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has 2 Elevators, capacity 20,000
bushels, Stock Yards, 2 General Stores, Hotel, Confectioner, Jewelry Store,
Livery Stable, Blacksmith.
Require Shoemaker, Barber, Pool Room.
METHVEN, MAN.—Pop. 50.    (Tributary pop. 1,500).    126 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 100,000 bushels of grain, 350 cattle and 600 hogs last season.    Has 2
Elevators, capacity 70,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Hotel, General Store, Livery
Stable.
Require Blacksmith, Lumber Yard.
NESBITT, MAN.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 200). 132 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 154,000 bushels of grain, 110 cattle and 300 hogs last season. Has 2
Elevators, capacity 54,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard,
Hotel, General Store, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market,
Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Doctor, Flour and Feed Store,
Builder and Contractor, Drug Store, Hardware Store.
Require Barber.
CARROLL, MAN.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 250). 141 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 86,000 bushels of grain, 400 cattle and 850 hogs last season. Has 2
Elevators, capacity 65,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Bank, Lumber
Yard, Hotel, General Store, Hardware Store, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Livery
Stable, Meat Market, Harness Shop, Pool Room.
Require Doctor. Drug Store, Boarding House.
SOURIS, MAN.-^Pop.   2,000.    (Tributary  pop.   850).    151   miles  from   Winnipeg
on Souris River which passes through the town, and   together with   a   fine CANADIAN P  ACIFIC RAILWAY
natural park makes it an excellent summer resort.    A by-law has been passed
for installation of water-works and sewerage systems.    Handled 251,000 bushels
of grain, 346 cattle and 995 hogs last season.    Has 4 Elevators, capacity 180,000
bushels; Stock Yards, Flour Mill, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 3 Hotels, 2 Banks,
6 General Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, 3 Drug Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, 2 Millinery
Stores, Newspaper, 3 Livery Stables, 3 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 3 Restaurants, Garage, 2 Bakers, 3 Confectioners, 2 Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmith Shops,
2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 4 Doctors, Dentist, 2 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, 3 Tailors, 2 Painters, 3 Carpenters, 2 Undertakers, Architect, Flour and
Feed Store, 2 Furniture Stores, Machine Shop, Carriage Maker, Gas Company,
Manufacturer of Store Fixtures.
Require Electric Light, Brick Plant, Laundry.
CARMAN SUB-DIVISION
CARMAN, MAN.-^-Pop. 1,800. (Tributary pop. 500). 59 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 225,000 bushels of grain, 420 cattle, 100 horses, 200 sheep and 750 hogs
last season. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 178,000 bush.; Stock Yards, 2 Flour Mills,
Brick Plant, Electric Light, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 3 Banks, 7
General Stores, Clothes Store, 3 Shoe Stores, 2 Drug Stores, 2 Harness Shops, 2
Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, 2 Millinery Stores,
2 Newspapers, 4 Livery Stables, 3 Meat Markets, 3 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants,
2 Confectioners, 2 Blacksmiths, 3 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 3 Doctors, Dentist,
4 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 2 Painters, 5 Carpenters, Undertaker, 2 Veterinary Surgeons, Sash and Door Factory, 2 Grain Crushing Mills.
Require Woollen Mill, Packing Plant, Laundry, Implements and Wire Fencing.
LA RIVIERE SUB-DIVISION
LA SALLE, MAN.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 500). 19 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 82,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 47,000
bushels; 2 General Stores, 2 Livery Barns, 2 Implement Stores, Blacksmiths Shop.
Require Butcher Shop.
MORRIS, MAN.—Pop. 700. (Tributary pop. 900). 43 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 172,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity
110,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Brick Plant, Cotton Glove Factory, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank, 2 General Stores, Drug Store,
2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Millinery Store, Newspaper,
2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, 3 Confectioners
and Fruit, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 2 Doctors, Grocery Store, Bakery,
Harness Maker, 2 Livery Stables, Veterinary Surgeon, Dentist, Lawyer, Tinsmith,
Shoemaker, Tailor, 4 Painters, 4 Carpenters, Undertaker, 2 Chop Mills, 2 Sawing
Machines, Gas Plant, Furniture Store, Laundry.
Require Flour Mill, Creamery, Gents' Furnishings, Machinist, Jeweller.
ROSENFELD, MAN.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 500). 57 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 255,000 bushels of grain last year. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 93,000
bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores,
2 Clothes Stores, 2 Shoe Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores,
Livery Stable, Meat Market, 2 Blacksmiths Shops.
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PLUM COULEE, MAN.—Pop. 500. (Tributary pop. 7,500). 66 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 349,000 bushels of grain, 140 cattle and 200 hogs last season.
Has 6 Elevators, capacity 165,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber
Yard, 2 Hotels, 4 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement
Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Confectioner, 2 Harness Shops,
Blacksmiths Shop, Doctor. Shoemaker, 4 Carpenters.
Require Creamery, Baker, Flour Mill.
WINKLER, MAN.—Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 500). 74 miles from Winnipeg-
Handled 295,000 bushels of grain, 578 cattle and 756 hogs last season. Has
6 Elevators, capacity 170,000 bushels;. Stock Yards, Telephone, Hotel, Bank,
5 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores,
Livery Stable, Meat Market. 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths
Shops, Pool Room, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, Painter, 5 Carpenters.
Require Creamery, Doctor.
MORDEN, MAN.—Pop. 1,700. (Tributary pop. 5,000). 82 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 321,000 bushels of grain, 550 cattle and 1,120 hogs last season.    Has
4 Elevators, capacity 145,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Chopping Mill, Electric
Light, Flour Mill, capacity 125 bbls.; Cement Block Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber
Yards, 3 Hotels, 2 Banks, 7 General Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, Shoe Store, Grocer,
Land Titles Office, Court House, 3 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm
Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, 2 Millinery Stores, 2 Newspapers, 3 Livery
Stables, 2 Pump Works, 2 Foundry Repairers, 2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 2
Restaurants, 4 Confectioners, 2 Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmiths, Pool Room, Photographer, 3 Doctors, 4 Lawyers, 3 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 2 Painters,
5 Carpenters, Undertaker, Furniture Store, 2 Wholesale Liquor Dealers, Laundry,
3 Coal Dealers, Woollen Mills, Oil Company.
THORNHILL, MAN.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 300) 88 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 90,000 bushels of grain, 100 cattle and 150 sheep last season. Has 3
Elevators, capacity 65,000' bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard,
Hatel, General Store, Farm Implement Store, Livery Stables, Blacksmiths
Shop, Boarding House.
Require Baker, Harness Shop, Butcher Shop.
DARLINGFORD, MAN.—Pop. 250. (Tributary pop. 800). 95 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 175,000 bushels of grain, 518 cattle, 150 sheep and 600 hogs last season.
Has 3 Elevators, capacity 115,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Brickworks,
output 12,000 per day; Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 3 General Stores, Millinery
Store, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable,
Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Confectioners, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room,
Newspaper, Jewelry Store, Harness Shop, Tinsmith, 2 Painters, Carpenters,
Planing Mill, Chop Mill.
Require Laundry, Furniture Store, Doctor.
MANITOU, MAN.—Pop. 800. (Tributary pop. 300). 103 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 383,000 bushels of grain, 500 cattle, 240 horses, 120 sheep and 800
hogs last season.    Has 5 Elevators, capacity 200,000 bushels;   Stock Yards,
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Flour Mill, Creamery, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 2 Banks, 3
General Stores, Shoe Store, 2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement
Stores,   2 Jewelry Stores,   2   Millinery Stores,   Newspaper,   2  Livery Stables,
2 Furniture Stores, 2 Meat Markets, Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, 2 Harness Shops, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 3
Doctors, 2 Lawyers, 3 Tailors, 2 Painters, 4 Carpenters, 2 Undertakers,
Dentist, Veterinary Surgeon.
Require Shoemaker.
LA RIVIERE, MAN.—Pop. 250. (Tributary pop. 400). 113 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 261,000 bushels of grain, 150 cattle and 200 hogs last season. Has 3
Elevators, capacity 88,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Flour Mill, Brick Plant, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, 2 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store,
3 Farm .Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Confectioner and Fruit, Harness Shop, Blacksmith, Pool Room, Doctor, Painter, 4
Carpenters, Laundry;
GRETNA SUB-DIVISION
ALTON A, MAN.—Pop. 450. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 64 miles from Winnipeg..
Handled 265,000 bushels of grain, 250 cattle, 500 horses and 300 hogs last
season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 151,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill,
capacity 50 bbls.; Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 3 General Stores,
2 Jewelry Stores, Drug Store, Photographer, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, 2
Confectioners, 2 Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmiths' Shops, Doctor, Tinsmith,
Shoemaker, Carpenter.
i       Require Laundry, Tailor, Baker.
GRETNA, MAN.—Pop. 750. 71 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 322,000 bushels
of grain, 909 cattle, 866 horses, 455 sheep and 680 hogs last season. Has
6 Elevators, capacity 143,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill, capacity
100 bbls.; Telephone, Lumber Yard, 2 Hotels, Bank, 3 General Stores, Drug
Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Newspaper, Livery Stable, Meat Market,
Barber Shop, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, Pool Room, Doctor, 2 Shoemakers, 6 Carpenters, 2 Blacksmiths.
Require Restaurant.
NAPINKA SUB-DIVISION
PILOT MOUND, MAN.—Pop. 750. 126 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 274,000
bushels of grain, 300 cattle and 360 hogs last season. Has 5 Elevators, capacity
200,000 bushels; Oatmeal Mill, capacity 275 bags; Creamery (closed at present),
Brick Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 2 Banks, 4 General Stores,
2 Drug Stores, 3 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store,
2 Millinery Stores, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops,
2 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room,
Photographer, 3 Doctors, Dentist, Lawyer, 3 Tinsmiths, Tailor, Painter, 2
Carpenters, Undertaker, Laundry, Bowling Alley.
Require Electric Light Plant.
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CRYSTAL CITY, MAN.—Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 500). 130 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 407,000 bushels of grain, 356 cattle and 390 hogs last season.
Has 5 Elevators, capacity 183,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber
Yard, 2 Hotels, 2 Banks, 2 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores,
4 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, 3 Grocery Stores, Millinery Store,
Newspaper, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer, 2 Doctors,
Lawyer, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Tailor, 2 Painters, Carpenter, Undertaker and
Furniture Store.
Require Brick and Cement Plant, Dentist.
CLEARWATER, MAN.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 200). 135 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 168,000 bushels of grain, 140 cattle and 50 hogs last season. Has 2
Elevators, capacity 53,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, 2
General Stores, Hardware Store, Bank, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable,
Blacksmiths Shop, Painter, 2 Carpenters. It is stated that there are good clay
deposits at this point for Brick Making.
Require Doctor, Barber.
MATHER, MAN.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 142 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 279,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 82,000
bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, General Store,
Shoe Store, Drug Store, Hardware Store, Farm Implement Store, Livery Stable,
Meat Market, Barber Shop, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmiths Shop,
Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmith, Painter, 2 Carpenters, Furniture Store.
Require Flour Mill, Bakery.
CARTWRIGHT, MAN.—Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 800). 149 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 218,000 bushels of grain, 200 cattle and 350 hogs last season. Has 3
Elevators, capacity 61,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards,
Hotel, Bank, 4 General Stores, 2 Drug Stores, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement
Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper, Livery Stable, Meat Market,
Barber Shop, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room,
Doctor, Laundry, Lawyer, Tinsmith, Painter, 3 Carpenters, Undertaker, Feed
Stable, Automobile Garage and Livery.
Require Dentist.
HOLMFIELD, MAN.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 100). 156 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 75,000 bushels of grain, 155 cattle and 100 hogs last season. Has 2
Elevators, capacity 60,500 bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill, capacity 100 bbls.;
Telephone, Lumber Yard, 2 Hotels, 2 General Stores, Hardware Store, Farm
Implement Store, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Blacksmiths Shop, Carpenter.
Require Drug Store, Harness Shop, Doctor.
KILLARNEY, MAN.—Pop. 1,250 (Tributary pop. 3,000.) On Killarney Lake a
favorite summer resort. 165 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 252,000 bushels
of grain, 450 cattle and 500 hogs last year. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 108,000
bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill, capacity 100 bbls.; Electric Light, Cement
Block Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 2 Banks, 5 General Stores,
Clothes Store, Shoe Store, 2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement
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Stores, 3 Jewelry Stores, 2 Millinery Stores, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat
Markets, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, 3 Tailors, 2 Painters, 3 Carpenters, Undertaker,
Machine Shop, 2 Planing Mills, 2 Grocers, Sash & Door Factory.
Require Creamery.
NINGA, MAN.—Pop. 350. (Tributary pop. 800). 176 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 190,000 bushels of grain, 270 cattle and 360 hogs last season. Has 5 Elevators,
capacity 127,000 bushels, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 2 General
Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Millinery
Store, Newspaper, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Harness Shop,
2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Doctor, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, 2 Carpenters,
Undertaker.
Require Photographer, Dentist, Lawyer, Laundry, Butcher, Boarding House.
BOISSEVAIN, MAN.—Pop. 1,100. (Tributary pop. 1,000.) 183 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 309,000 bushels of grain, 300 cattle and 705 hogs last season.
Has 4 Elevators, capacity 170,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Flour Mill, Electric
Light, Cement Block Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 3 Hotels, 2 Banks,
5 General Stores, 3 Clothes Stores, Shoe Store, 2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware
Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, 3 Millinery Stores, 2 Newspapers, 3 Livery Stables, Meat Market, 3 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Phoographer, 2
Doctors, Dentist, 3 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 4 Painters, 5
Carpenters, 2 Undertakers.
Require Oatmeal Mill, Creamery, Brick Plant.
WHITEWATER, MAN.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 200). 194 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 232,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity
92,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, General Store, Hardware
Store, Farm Implement Store, Livery Stable, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Carpenter.'
Require Brick and Cement Plants, Harness Shop.
DELORAINE, MAN.—Pop. 1,000. (Tributary pop. 5,000). 203 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 545,000 bushels grain, 250 cattle, 280 horses and 400 hogs last season.
Has 6 Elevators, capacity 140,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill, capacity
50 bbls.; Brick Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 2 Banks, 3 General
Stores, Clothes Store, 2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement
Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, 2 Barber Shops, Restaurant, 3 Confectioners, Harness
Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer, 3 Doctors, Dentist, 2
Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, Tailor, 3 Painters, 4 Carpenters, Undertaker,
Carriage Repairer, Laundry.
Require Knitting and Woollen Factory.
MEDORA, MAN.—Pop. 250. (Tributary pop. 3,000). 213 miles from Winnipeg-
Handled 306,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 80,000
bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, 2 Implement Dealers, General
Store, Hardware Store, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Blacksmiths Shop, Boarding
House, Tinsmith, Dry Goods Store.
Require Hotel, Doctor, Druggist, Barber.
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NAPINKA, MAN.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 400). 222 miles from Winnipeg
on the Souris River. Handled 249,000 bushels of grain, 160 cattle and 327
hogs last season. Has 4. Elevators, capacity 122,000 bushels; Telephone, 2
Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank, 2 General Stores, Clothes Store, Drug Store, 2
Hardware Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, Newspaper, Livery Stable, Meat Market,
Barber Shop, Confectioner. 2 Implement Stores, 2 Harness Shops, Blacksmiths
Shop, Pool Room, Photographer, Doctor, Tinsmith,|Tailor, 2 Painters, 4 Carpenters.
Require Veterinary Surgeon, Creamery, Dentist, Lawyer.
MOWBRAY SUB-DIVISION
PURVES, MAN.—Pop. 30. (Tributary country well settled). 131 miles from
Winnipeg. Handled 200,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators,
capacity 105,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 2 General Stores, Blacksmith and Machinist.
SNOWFLAKE, MAN.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 600). 138 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 182,000 bushels of grain, 188 cattle and 564 hogs last season. Has 4
Elevators, capacity 115,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard,
Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 2 Farm Implement
Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Blacksmiths Shop, Pool Room,
Doctor.
MOWBRAY, MAN.—Pop.  100.    (Tributary pop. 250).    147 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 355,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has 2 Elevators, capacity 60,000
bushels;  Stock Yards,  Telephone,  Hotel,  General Store,  2 Farm  Implement
Stores, Livery Stable, Blacksmiths Shop, Carpenter.
Require Barber and Pool Room.
WINDIGATES, MAN.—The line has just been extended to this point and is now in
operation. There are openings for all lines of business such as are usually established in new towns.
LYLETON SUB-DIVISION
GOODLANDS, MAN.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 700). 212 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 343,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 123,000
bushels; 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 2 General Stores, Hardware Store, 3 Farm
Implement Stores, Boarding House, Livery Stable, Harness Shop, Blacksmiths
Shop, 4 Carpenters.
Require Confectioner, Baker, Barber
| WASKADA, MAN.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 221 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 328,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 120,000
bushels; Cement Block Plant, Acetylene Gas Plant, Gents Furnishings, 2 Fruit
Stores, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, Shoe Store,
Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Millinery Store,
Newspaper, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Confectioner,
Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, 2 Doctors, Lawyer, Wagon
Maker, Furniture Store, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, Tailor, 2 Painters, 2 Carpenters,
Undertaker, Photographer, 2 Boarding Houses.
Require Flour Mill.
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LYLETON, MAN.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 241 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 225,000 bushels of grain, 162 cattle and 152 hogs last season. Has
3 Elevators, capacity 80,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard,
Hotel, Bank, General Store, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 Farm Implement
Stores, Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Harness Shop,
Blacksmiths Shop, Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmith, Painter, Carpenter.
MINNEDOSA SUB-DIVISION
MACDONALD, MAN.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 700). 10 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Handled 111,000 bushels of grain last season. Has Elevator, capacity
25,000 bushels, 2 General Stores, Lumber Yard, Implement Store, Blacksmith.
WESTBOURNE, MAN.—Pop. 350. (Tributary pop. 500). 17 miles from Portage
la Prairie. Handled 65,000 bushels of grain, 500 cattle, 120 horses, 125 sheep
and 145 hogs last season. Has Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel,
2 General Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Restaurant, Blacksmith's
Shop, Doctor, 3 Carpenters. Require Flour Mill, Brick Plant, Laundry, Baker,
Barber.
GLADSTONE, MAN.—Pop. 1,100. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 35 miles from Portage
la Prairie. Handled 110,000 bushels of grain, 600 cattle and 372 hogs last
season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 80,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill,
capacity 200 bbls.; Creamery, Brick Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels,
2 Banks, 3 General Stores, Clothes Store, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm
Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper, Gents Furnishings,
2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners,
2 Bakeries, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer,
2 Doctors, Dentist, 2 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, Tailor, Painter, 2 Carpenters, Undertaker, Furniture Store, Book and Stationery Store.
KEYES, MAN.—Pop. 50.    (Tributary pop. 500).    44 miles from Portage la Prairie.
Handled   71,000  bushels of   grain, 150 cattle and j252 hogs last season.    Has
Elevator,  capacity  40,000 bushels;   Stock Yards, Telephone,   General  Store,
Hardware Store, Blacksmiths Shop, Farm Implement Store.
Require Lumber Yard.
ARDEN, MAN.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 52 miles from Portage la Prairie.
Handled 252,000 bush, grain, 550 cattle, 300 sheep and 328 hogs last season. Has
Elevators, capacity 71,000 bush.; Stock Yards, Cement Block Plant, Telephone,
Lumber Yard, 2 Hotels, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 3 Farm
Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant,
Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmith,
Shoemaker, 2 Painters, 3 Carpenters.
Require Flour and Feed Mill, Jeweler, Watchmaker.
NEEPAWA, MAN.—Pop. 2,200. (Well settled district,) 61 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Handled 256,000 bushels of grain, 985 cattle and 1,562 hogs last season.
Has 3 Elevators, capacity 148,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Flour mill, Brick Plant,
Electric Light, (Water Power from Stoney Creek), 2Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 4
Banks, 5 General Stores, Clothes Store, Shoe Store, 3 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware
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Stores, 5 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, 2 Millinery Stores, 2 Newspapers, 4 Livery Stables, 3 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 3 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 4 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, 2 Photographers,
4 Doctors, 2 Dentists, 3 Lawyers, 3 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 2
Painters, 10 Carpenters, Undertaker, 4 Grocery Stores, Marble Works, 2 Machine
Shops, Hospital, Stationery & Fancy Goods, Land Titles Office, Customs Office,
Sash & Door Factory, Manufactory of Wind Stacking Attachments.
Require Steam Laundry, Creamery.
FRANKLIN, MAN.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 350). 71 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Handled 182,000 bushels of grain, 430 cattle and 836 hogs last season.
Has 4 Elevators, capacity 65,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard,
Hotel, 2 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, Farm Implement Store,
Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Harness Shop,
Blacksmiths Shop, Doctor, Tinsmith, Painter, 3 Carpenters.
Require Oatmeal and Flour Mill, Fruit Store, Barber.
MINNEDOSA, MAN.—Pop. 2,000. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 79 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Junction for trains westbound to Rapid City and Brandon. The
Little Saskatchewan River runs through the town, and a plant is now in course
of construction to generate electric power. Handled 527,000 bushels of grain,
962 cattle and 496 hogs last season. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 126,000 bushels;
Electric Light, Cement Block Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels,
2 Banks, 5 General Stores, Clothes Store, Shoe Store, 2 Drug Stores, 3 Hardware
Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, 2 Millinery Stores, Newspaper,
3 Livery Stables, 3 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, 3 Confectioners,
2 Harness Shops, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, 2 Photographers, 4 Doctors,
Dentist, 4 Lawyers, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 4 Painters, 10 Carpenters, Undertaker, Planing Mill.
Require Oatmeal and Flour Mill.
YORKTON SUB-DIVISION
BASSWOOD, MAN.—Pop. 105. 89 miles from Portage la Prairie. Handled 424,000
bushels of grain last season. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 135,000 bushels; Stock
Yards, 2 General Stores, 2 Butcher Shops, 2 Implement Warehouses, Lumber
Yard, Hardware Store, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Livery Stable, Fruit & Confectionery
Store.
Require Drug Store, Doctor and Barber.
NEWDALE, MAN.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 97 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Handled 408,000 bushels of grain, 693 cattle and 684 hogs last season.
Has 5 Elevators, capacity 150,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Creamery, Telephone,
Lumber Yard, 2 Hotels, Bank, 4 General Stores, Drug Store, Millinery Store,
2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Boarding Houses, 2 Livery Stables,
Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops,
Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmith, Painter, 2 Carpenters, Undertaker, Furniture
Store.
STRATHCLAIR, MAN.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 107 miles from Portage
la Prairie.    Handled 413,000 bushels of grain, 315 cattle and 243 hogs last season.
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Has 5 Elevators, capacity 132,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber
Yard, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 Farm
Implement Stores, Millinery Store, Livery Stable, Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops,
2 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms
Doctor, Tinsmith, Painter, 2 Carpenters.
Require Lawyer.
SHOAL LAKE, MAN.—Pop. 800. (Tributary pop. 3,000). 115 miles from Portage
la Prairie. Shoal Lake is situated at this point where good duck shooting,
fishing and boating are to be found. An excellent summer resort. Handled
384,000 bushels of grain, 1,788 cattle and 593 hogs last season. Has 6 Elevators,
capacity 213,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Creamery, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards,
2 Hotels, Bank, 2 General Stores, 2 Drug Stores, 3 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm
Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper, 3 Livery Stables,
2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, 2 Harness
Shops, 2 Blaksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 2 Doctors, 2 Lawyers,
3 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, Tailor, 2 Painters, 4 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Oatmeal Mill, Dentist, Machine Shop.
KELLOE, MAN.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 500). 124 miles from 'Portage la
Prairie. Handled 186,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators,
capacity 90,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 2 General Stores, Blacksmith, Lumber
Yard, Pool Room, Boarding House.
Require Hardware Store.
SOLSGIRTH, MAN.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 800). 130 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Handled 157,000 bushels of grain, 526 cattle and 125 hogs last
season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 45,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, 2
General Stores, 2 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market,
Blacksmith Shop, Lawyer, Carpenter, Confectioner, 2 Boarding Houses.
Require Butcher.
BIRTLE, MAN.—Pop. 800. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 139 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Handled 106,000 bushels of grain, 247 cattle and 304 hogs last season.
Has 3 Elevators, capacity 60,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Flour Mill, Telephone,
2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 2 Banks, 2 General Stores, Clothes Store, Drug Store,
Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store,
Newspaper, 3 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Confectioners, Harness
Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Photographer, 2 Doctors, Lawyer, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Tailor, Painter, 2 Carpenters, Undertaker, Furniture Store, Music Store,
Flour & Feed Store, 2 Veterinary Surgeons, Baker.
FOXWARREN, MAN.—Pop. 175. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 146 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Handled 318,000 bushels of grain, 761 cattle and 1,289 hogs last season.
Has 4 Elevators, capacity 120,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Creamery, Telephone,
Lumber Yard, Hotel, 2 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 2 Farm
Implement Stores, Millinery Store, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop,
Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, 3 Pool Rooms,
Doctor, Painter, 2 Carpenters, Furniture Store, Bank.
Require Veterinary Surgeon, Lawyer.
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BINSCARTH, MAN.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 155 miles from Portage
la Prairie. Handled 428,000 bushels of grain, 141 cattle and 168 hogs last season.
Has 4 Elevators, capacity 120,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Lumber Yard, Hotel,
Bank, 2 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 2 Farm Implement Stores,
Livery Stable, Meat Market, Baker's Shop, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmiths Shop, Pool Room, Photographer, Doctor,
Tinsmith, Undertaker and Furniture.
Require Tailor.
HARROWBY, MAN.—Pop.   80.    (well  settled  district).    168 miles  from  Portage
la Prairie.    Handled 146,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has 2 Elevators,
capacity 50,000 bushels, Stock Yards, 2 General Stores, Livery Barn, Blacksmith,
2 Implement Houses, Lumber Yard, Hotel.
Require Lawyer. Doctor, Harness Maker.
RUSSELL SUB-DIVISION
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RUSSELL, MAN.—Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 650). 167 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Handled 600,000 bushels of grain, 1,731 cattle and 963 hogs last season.
Has 4 Elevators, capacity 110,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Cement Block Plant,
Telephone, 2 Hotels, 2 Banks, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores,
4 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat
Market, Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, Laundry, Confectioner, Harness Shop,
2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer, Wheelwright, 2 Doctors, 2
Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, Painter, Furniture Store, 2 Lumber Yards, Flour and
Feed Store, Stationer.
Require Tailor.
VARCOE SUB-DIVISION
EDRANS, MAN.—Pop. 115. (Tributary pop. 200). 90 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 24,000 bushels of grain last season. Has Elevator, capacity 25,000 bush.;
Good Brick Clay can be got in almost every part of this locality, also Gravel and
Sand. Brick Yard has 3 large kilns, capacity of each 120,000. Has Lumber
Yard, General Store, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Blacksmith
Shop, Boarding House.
Require Hotel, Barber.
WELLWOOD, MAN.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 99 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 170,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 55,000
bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Bank, Hotel, 2 General Stores,
Grocery Store, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Blacksmith, Carpenter.
Require Drug Store, Harness Store, Boot and Shoe Repairer, Doctor.
OBERON, MAN.—Pop. 50. (Tributary pop. 150). 106 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 104,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 70,000
bushels; Stock Yards, General Store, Blacksmith Shop, Implement Shop, Boarding House, Livery & Feed Stable, Flour & Feed Store.
BROOKDALE, MAN.—Pop. 180. (Tributary pop. 250). 109 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 196,000 bushels of grain, 250 cattle and 300 hogs last season.    Has 2
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Elevators, capacity 95,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Brick Plant, Bank, Telephone,
Hotel, 2 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 2 Farm Implement
Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Harness Shop,
Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, 2 Carpenters,
Chop Mill, Boarding House, Dressmaker.
Require Lumber Yard, Veterinary Surgeon.
MOOREPARK, MAN.—Pop. 50.    (Tributary pop. 300).    120 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 36,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has Elevator, capacity 30,000
bushels; 2 General Stores, Hardware Store, Hotel, Barber Shop, Pool Room.
Require Doctor, Lawyer.
RAPID CITY SUB-DIVISION
FORREST, MAN.—Pop. 50. (Tributary pop. 600). 139 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 142,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 70,000
bushels; General Store, Blacksmith Shop.
Require Doctor.
RAPID CITY, MAN.—Pop. 900. (Tributary pop. 2,000) On Little Saskatchewna
River 146 miles from Winnipeg and 37 miles from Brandon. Handled 202,000
bushels of grain, 466 cattle and 796 hogs last season. Has 4 Elevators and 1
Warehouse, capacity 140,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill, capacity 200 bbls.:
Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Furniture Store, 2 Bakers, 2 Hotels, Bank, 3 General
Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store,
Millinery Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops,
2 Restaurants, 3 Confectioners, 2 Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room
Photographer, 2 Doctors, Lawyer, 2 Tinsmiths, Fancy Store, Machine Shop,
Shoemaker, Tailor, 2 Painters, 3 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Oatmeal Mill, Sash and Door Factory, Creamery, Electric Light Plant,
Brick Plant, Laundry, Music Teacher.
LENORE SUB-DIVISION
WHEATLAND, MAN.—Pop. 50. (Tributary pop. 300). 158 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 138,000 bushels of grain, 40 cattle and 500 hogs last season. Has 3
Elevators, capacity 90,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Lumber Yard, General Store,
Hardware Store.
Require Blacksmith, Livery.
RADWARDINE, MAN.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 300). 167 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 197,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity
104,000bushels; Stock Yards, Lumber Yard, Bank, 2 General Stores, Drugstore,
Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, 2 Meat Markets,
Barber Shop, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmith,
Painter, Carpenter, Undertaker, Crushing Plant, Confectioner.
Require Hotel or Boarding House.
HARDING, MAN.—Pop. 50. (Tributary pop. 1,700). 170 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 174,000 bushels of grain last season,    Has 3 Elevators, capacity 85,000
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bushels; Flour Mill, capacity 100 bbls.; 2 General Stores, Hardware Store, Blacksmith Shop, Harness Shop, Lumber Yard, Implement Store, Livery Stable.
Require Doctor, Tinsmith.
KENTON, MAN.—Pop. 130. (Tributary pop. 800). 173 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 218,000 bushels of grain, 256 cattle and 753 hogs last season. Has 4
Elevators, capacity 127,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard,
Bank, General Store, Drug Store, Hardware Store, Farm Implement Store, 2
Livery Stables, Meat Market, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop,
Doctor, Tinsmith, Carpenter, Undertaker, Baker, Barber.
Require Laundry.
LENORE, MAN.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 450). 180 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 340,000 bushels of grain, 300 cattle and 500 hogs last season. Has 4
Elevators, capacity 117,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 2 Lumber Yards, Bank, 2
General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Livery
Stable, Meat Market, Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmiths Shop,
Pool Room, Doctor, Painter, Carpenter.
Require Hotel.
MINIOTA SUB-DIVISION
PETTAPIECE, MAN.—Pop. 12. (Tributary pop. 120). 161 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 120,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 96,000
bushels; General Store.
OAK RIVER, MAN.—Pop. 200. 172 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 239,000
bushels of grain, 402 cattle and 586 hogs last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity
124,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 3 General
Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Millinery Store, Livery Stable, Meat Market,
Barber Shop, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room,
Doctor, Tinsmith, Painter..
HAMIOTA, MAN.—Pop. 850. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 180 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 475,000 bushels of grain, 492 cattle and 688 hogs last season. Has 6
Elevators, capacity 155,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill, capacity 50 bbls.;
Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 2 Banks, 3 General Stores, Clothes and
Boot Store, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, Millinery
Store, Newspaper, 4 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, Barber Shop, Restaurant,
2 Confectioners, Harness Store, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer,
2 Doctors, 2 Dentists, 3 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, Tailor, 3 Painters,
2 Carpenters, Undertaker, Veterinary Surgeon.
CRANDALL, MAN.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 5,000). 189 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 166,000 bushels of grain, 282 cattle and 710 hogs last season. Has 3
Elevators, capacity 75,000 bushels; Telephone, Lumber Yard, Bank, 2 General
Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable,
Meat Market, Barber Shop, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room,
2 Doctors, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, 2 Boarding Houses, Baker, 2 Confectioners.
MINIOTA, MAN.—Pop. 250. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 200 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 120,000 bushels of grain, 605 cattle and 753 hogs last season.    Has 4
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Elevators, capacity 110,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard,
Bank, 2 Hotels, 2 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 5 Farm Implement.
Stores, Jewelry Store, Newspaper. Livery Stable, 2 Meat Markets, Barber Shop,
Baker & Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer, Doctor, 2 Lawyers, Tinsmith, Painter, 6 Carpenters, Undertaker
Require Dressmaker and Milliner.
ESTEVAN SUB-DIVISION
BERESFORD, MAN.—Pop. 125.    (Tributary pop. 400).    Ill miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 223,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has 3 Elevators, capacity 90,000
bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, 2 General Stores, Blacksmiths Shop, Grocer
and Hardware, Lumber Yard.
Require Hotel, Doctor.
HARTNEY, MAN.—Pop. 900. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 175 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 416,000 bushels of grain, 1,700 cattle, 300 sheep and 1,466 hogs
last season. Has 6 Elevators, capacity 260,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill,
capacity 200 bbls.; Brick Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank,
3 General Stores, 3 Clothes Stores, 2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm
Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables,
2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, Restaurant, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop,
2 Blacksmiths Shops, 3 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 2 Doctors, Dentist, 2 Lawyers,
2 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 2 Painters, 3 Carpenters, Undertaker.
LAUDER, MAN.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 600). 184 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 263,000 bushels of grain, 165 cattle and 188 hogs last season. Has 4
Elevators, capacity 125,000 bushels; Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, 2 General
Stores, Shoe Store, Drug Store, 2 Farm Implement Stores. Livery Stable, Meat
Market, Barber Shop, Baker & Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmiths Shop,
Pool Room.
Require Doctor, Hotel.
MELITA, MAN.—Pop. 850. (Tributary pop. 700). 201 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 414,000 bushels of grain, 200 cattle and 188 hogs last season. Has 5
Elevators, capacity 161,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill, capacity 125 bbls.;
Brick Plant, Cement Block Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 2 Banks,
2 General Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, 2 Shoe Stores, 2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware
Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, 2 Millinery Stores, 2 Newspapers,
3 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, Restaurant, Confectioner,
2 Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, 3 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 2 Doctors,
Dentist, 3 Lawyers, Tinsmith, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 2 Painters, 10 Carpenters,
2 Undertakers, Veterinary Surgeon.
ELVA, MAN.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 600). 208 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 257,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 101,000
bushels; Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, General Store, Hardware Store, 2
Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Harness Shop, Blacksmiths
Shop.
PIERSON, MAN.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 215 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 125,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 96,000
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bushels; Stock Yards, Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, 3 Shoe
Stores, Hardware Store, 4 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, 2 Meat Markets,
Barber Shop, Confectioner, Furniture Store, Harness Shop, Blacksmiths Shop,
Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Wood Worker, Painter, 2 Carpenters,
Undertaker.
Require Flour Mill, Lawyer, Laundry, Drug Store, Veterinary Surgeon.
ARCOLA SUB-DIVISION
DELEAU, MAN.—Pop. 40. 173 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 68,000 bushels
of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 30,000 bushels; Stock Yards;
General Store.
FINDLAY, MAN.—Pop. 25. 181 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 42,000 bushels
of grain last season.    Has Elevator, capacity 20,000 bushels; General Store.
PIPESTONE, MAN.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 250). 191 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 248,000 bushels of grain, 200 Cattle and 400 Hogs last season. Has 3
Elevators, capacity 83,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Manufactory of
Portable Granaries, Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores,Drug Store,
Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market,
Barber Shop, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room,
Doctor, Tinsmith, Painter, Carpenter.
Require Flour Mill.
RESTON, MAN.—Pop. 650. 198 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 357,000 bushels
of grain, 350 Cattle and 300 Hogs last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity
112,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 2
General Stores, Clothes Store, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, 2 Millinery Stores, Newspaper, 2 Livery-Stables,
Butcher, Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, Confectioner, Blacksmiths Shop, 2 Pool
Rooms, Photographer, Doctor, Lawyer, Shoemaker, Tailor, 2 Painters, 4 Carpenters, Undertaker, Shoemaker, Laundry.
Require Flour Mill, Creamery.
SINCLAIR, MAN.—Pop. 125. (Tributary pop. 300). 206 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 146,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 60,000
bushels; Stock Yards, General Store, Lumber Yard, Drug Store, Hardware Store,
Farm Implement Store, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Blacksmiths Shop, Doctor,
2 Carpenters.
Require Barber Shop and Pool Room combined.
RESTON SUB-DIVISION
EBOR, MAN.—Pop.  70.    215 miles from Winnipeg.    Handled  67,000 bushels of
grain last season.    Has Elevator, capacity 30,000 bushels; Lumber Yard, General
Store, Hardware Store, Farm Implement Store, Livery Stable, Meat Market,
Blacksmiths Shop.
Require Creamery, Hotel, Doctor.
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PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN
In area it is 250,650 square miles, of which 8,318 square miles is water. The
land surface contains 155,092,480 acres. In the south extending as far north as
Saskatoon, with the exception of a considerable district north of the Qu'Appelle
Valley, comprising the Beaver Hills, Touchwood Hills, etc., the country consists of
open rolling prairie. North of Saskatoon, extending to the southern edge of the
Northern Forests, the country is mixed prairie and woodland, and is adapted to mixed
farming and stock raising. North of this lies the great Northern Forests—a timber
limit covered with spruce, tamarack, jack-pine, poplar and birch. The remainder of
the Province is not so thickly wooded, though black spruce, banksian pine and poplar
are found in its far northern parts.
The Province is traversed by the North and South Saskatchewan Rivers. In
the farthest north is the Churchill River, then there is the Qu'Appelle and the Souris
Rivers in the Center and South.
There are some large lakes, among which may be mentioned the Athabaska
2,842 square miles, the Reindeer 2,437 square miles, Wollaston 906 square miles,
Quill Lakes 163 square miles, Last Mountain 98 square miles and many others.
The best evidence as to climate is the production of the province—its grain,
vegetables and live stock can compete with the best in the world. The atmosphere
is clear and bright—a large proportion of sunshine, with a never-failing breeze to
temper the heat of the summer days.    The winters are cold but bright and dry.
The Province is divided into districts for crop s* atistical purposes, having a total
area of 86,826,240 acres. The total area of the principal grain crops in 1909 was
6,888,100 acres, or only 7.9 per cent, of the crop districts.
Population at the last census (1906) was 257»763 and a conservative estimate
of the population at present would be 400,000.
The grain crop for 1909 yielded:
WHEAT  90,215,000 bushels
OATS 105,465,000
BARLEY     7,833,000
FLAX      4,448,700
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207,961,700 bushels
The area of land under potato crop in 1908 was 40,400 acres and other under field
root crops 16,444 acres. No great effort has been made to produce cultivated grasses,
only 92,466 acres being sown for hay that year.
The Live Stock in the Province during the year 1909 was as follows:
MILCH COWS     233,518head
OTHER CATTLE    594,632    |
SHEEP  1*2,601    |
SWINE  352,385    "
HORSES     429,776    "
1,762,912 head
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The number of head of Poultry was 4,343,643.
A very considerable quantity of Live Stock is exported annually, about 22,092
head being shipped last year.
About 300,000 pounds of wool is shipped annually.
Dairying is now forging ahead and the co-operative system introduced by the
Provincial Government is meeting with great success. During 1909 over 600,000 lbs.
of Creamery Butter was produced; average price 23 to 44 cents per lb.
There are large coal producing areas, the districts round Estevan, Roche Percee,
Pinto, Bienfait and surrounding neighborhood producing large quantities of lignite
coal, excellent for domestic use and stationary engines.
Lumbering is carried on extensively north of Prince Albert, which is the present
center of that industry.
There is an excellent railway service to all settled districts and each year shows a
steady increase in opening up new tracks of country.
The large and increasing number of settlers coming into the Province renders
the opening up of new industries of paramount importance. The following information will show the present progress of the towns and enable business men to decide
where to locate.
MAIN LINE
FLEMING, SASK.—Pop. 375. (Tributary pop. 500). 212 miles west of Winnipeg.
Handled 230,000 bushels of grain, 267 cattle and 866 hogs last season. Has 4
Elevators, capacity 118,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank,
3 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 4 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry
Store, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Boarding House, 2 Barber Shops, Confectioner and Baker, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, Veterinary Surgeon,
Photographer, Doctor, Tinsmith, Painter, Carpenter, Undertaker.
Requires Laundry, Lawyer, Restaurant.
MOOSOMIN, SASK.—Pop. 1,500. (Tributary pop. 8,500). 220 miles west of Winnipeg. In the centre of an ideal mixed farming and wheat growing district. Handled 261,000 bushels of grain, 798 cattle and 962 hogs last season. Has 5 Elevators,
capacity 163,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill, capacity 300 bbls.; Creamery,
Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 4 Hotels, 2 Banks, 2 General Stores, 2 Drug Stores
2 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, 2 Newspapers,
5 Livery Stables,2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 4 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners,
2 Harness Shops, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer, 3 Doctors,
2 Dentists, 3 Lawyers,2 Tinsmiths,2 Shoemakers,2 Tailors, Painter,3 Carpenters,
2 Undertakers, Gents Furnishing Store, Planing Mill, 2 Furniture Stores, 2
Milliners.
Require Steam Laundry.
RED JACKET, SASK.—Pop. 35. (Surrounding district well settled). 227 miles
West of Winnipeg. Handled 65,400 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators,   capacity  85,000  bushels;   General  Store.
WAPELLA, SASK.—Pop. 650. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 236 miles west of Winnipeg.
Handled 353,000 bushels of grain, 260 cattle and 1,112 hogs last season.    Has
6 Elevators, capacity 180,000 bushels; Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels,
Bank, 3 General Stores, Shoe Store, 2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 Farm
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Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper, 3 Livery Stables,
Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops,
Pool Room, Photographer, 3 Doctors, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker.Tailor, 2 Painters,
5 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Flour Mill, Tannery, Sash and Door Factory, Lawyer, Dentist, Butcher.
WHITEWOOD, SASK.—Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 250 miles west of Winnipeg. Handled 293,000 bushels of grain, 1,341 cattle and 204 hogs last season.
Has 3 Elevators, capacity 80,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Telephone, 2 Lumber
Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Confectioner, Harness Shop,
2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, 2 Doctors, Dentist, Tinsmith, Shoemaker,
Painter, 4 Carpenters, Undertaker, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store,
2 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery
Stables.
Require Flour and Feed Mills, Brick Plant (Brick Clay few miles north), Restaurant, Lawyer.
PERCIVAL, SASK.—Pop. 20. (Tributary pop. 150). 257 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 72,000 bushels of grain last year. Has Elevator, capacity 23,000
bushels; General Store.
BROADVIEW, SASK.—Pop. 800. (Tributary pop. 500). Divisional point. 265
miles West of Winnipeg. Handled 173,000 bushels of grain, 300 cattle and
350 horses last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 90,000 bushels; Stock Yards,
Brick Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank, 3 General Stores,
2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores,
Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 3 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants,
2 Confectioners, 2 Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, 2 Photographers, 2 Doctors, Dentist, Lawyer, Tinsmith, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 2
Painters, 6 Carpenters.
Require Flour Mill, Creamery, Gents' Furnishings and Boot Store, Undertaker
and Cabinet Maker.
GRENFELL, SASK.—Pop. 1,000. (Tributary pop. 500). 281 miles West of Winnipeg. Handled 442,530 bushels of grain, 1,031 cattle and 758 hogs last season.
Has 6 Elevators, capacity 210,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill, capacity
50 bbls.; Mineral Water Factory, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank,
6 General Stores, Clothes Store, Shoe Store, 2 Drug Stores, 2.Hardware Stores,
3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 4 Livery Stables, Meat
Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 3 Blacksmiths
Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 4 Doctors, 2 Dentists, 2 Lawyers, Tinsmith,
Shoemaker, Tailor, Painter, 4 Carpenters, Undertaker, Veterinary Surgeon.
SUMMERBERY, SASK.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 400). 289 miles West of
Winnipeg. Handled 327,780 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators,
capacity 97,000 bushels; General Store, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Blacksmiths Shop, Pool Room, Hotel, Implements, Harness, Flour and Feed Store, etc.
Require Doctor.
WOLSELEY, SASK.—Pop. 1,400. (District well settled). 296 miles West of Winnipeg
and is the junction with the Wolseley Reston Branch.   Handled 470,810 bushels of
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grain, 647 cattle and 669 hogs last season. Has 7 Elevators, capacity 180,000
bushels; Brick Plant, Electric Light Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels,
3 Banks, 2 General Stores, Clothes Store, Shoe Store, 2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware
Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper, 3
Livery Stables, 2 Laundries, 2 Meat Markets, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Confectioner, 2 Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 3
Doctors, Dentist, 2 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, 2 Tailors, 4 Painters, 4 Carpenters, Undertaker, Machine Shop, 2 Veterinary Surgeons.
SINTALUTA, SASK.—Pop. 500. (District well settled). 305 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 866,800 bushels of grain last season. Has 7 Elevators, capacity 224,000
bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, 2 Banks, 3 General Stores,
Drug Stores, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery
Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Con-
factioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer, 2 Doctors, Lawyer, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Painter, 3 Carpenters, Undertaker, Planing
Mill.
Require Grist Mill.
INDIAN HEAD, SASK.—Pop. 2,000. (Tributary pop. 5,000.) 315 miles West of
Winnipeg. Handled 488,900 bushels of grain, 256 cattle and 717 hogs last season.
Has 10 Elevators, capacity 356,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill, capacity
75 bbls.; Electric Light Plant, Telephone, 3 Lumber Yards, 3 Hotels, 2 Banks,
5 General Stores, 2 Shoe Stores, 2 Drug Stores, 3 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, 2 Millinery Stores, 2 Newspapers, 3 Livery Stables,
2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, 3 Confectioners, 2 Harness Shops,
3 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 5 Doctors, 2 Dentists, 5
Lawyers, 3 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 2 Painters, 5 Carpenters, 2 Undertakers, Sash Door and Fanning Mill Factory, Machine Shop, Government Experimental and Forestry Farm.
Require Furniture Store.
QU'APPELLE, SASK.—Pop. I,i00. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 325 miles from
Winnipeg. Handled 488,500 bushels of grain, 680 cattle, 600 horses and 550
hogs last season. Has 6 Elevators, capacity 152,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Creamery, Electric Plant, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 3 Banks, 3 General Stores, Clothes
Store, 2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry
Store, 2 Millinery Stores, Newspaper, 3 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber
Shops, 2 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops,
3 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 2 Doctors, Dentist, 2 Lawyers, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Tailor, Painter, Carpenter, Undertaker, Furniture Store.
McLEAN, SASK.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 500). 334 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 301,755 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 60,000
bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, 2 General Stores, 2 Farm
Implement Stores, Livery Stables, Butcher Shop, Blacksmiths Shop, Pool Room,
Barber, 3 Carpenters.
Require Doctor.
BALGONIE, SASK.—Pop. 450.    (Tributary pop. '400).    343 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 119,780 bushels of grain last season.    Has 5 Elevators, capacity 155,000
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bushels; Stock Yards, Electric Light Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels,
Bank, 3 General Stores (including Hardware), Clothes Store, Drug Store, 3 Farm
Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, Restaurant,
Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, Doctor, 2 Lawyers, Tinsmith,
Shoemaker, Tailor, Painter, Carpenter, Drayman and Laundry.
Require  Creamery.
PILOT BUTTE, SASK.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 200). 349 miles West of Winnipeg. Handled 702,690 bushels of grain last season. Has Elevator, capacity
30,000 bushels; 2 Brick Plants, output 45,000 bricks per day; Lumber Yard,
General Store, Livery Stable, Restaurant, 3 Sand Pits, Gravel Pit.
REGINA, SASK.—Pop. 16,000. (Surrounding country well settled). 358 miles
West of Winnipeg. Junction with the Areola Section and new lines to Craven,
Bulyea and Colonsay. Is the capital of the Province of Saskatchewan. The
Legislative Buildings are situated here and it is the judicial center of the province.
Has excellent railway facilities and is the distributing point for a large territory.
Headquarters of the Royal North-west Mounted Police. Has 9 Public Schools,
Normal School and Collegiate Institute. The City owns and controls the Electric
Light System, the rate being 9 cents per thousand K.W. hours for light and
four to six cents per 1,000 K.W. for power. Has good water supply, fine parks,
well paved streets, and is in every respect a modern city. There is a fine summer
resort at Last Mountain Lake, 29 miles distant, with railway connection. Handled
949,700 bushels of grain, 1,010 cattle, 4,025 horses, 1,250 sheep and 1,449 hogs last
season. Has 6 Elevators, capacity 215,000 bushels; Stock Yards. The City owns a
large number of lots suitably located for wholesale houses and manufacturing sites,
which are sold at low prices to any industry. Industrial Spur Tracks are built
in to the property from the tracks of this Company. There are 10 chartered
Banks, Abattoir, Harness Factory, Flour Mill, capacity 150 bbls.; 4 Cement and
Brick Plants, 3 Sash & Door Factories, Ice Company, Baking Powder Factory,
3 Aerated Water Factories, Cigar Factory, 2 Foundries, Brewery, Mattress
Factory, Steam Laundry, Tannery, Gasoline Tractor Factory, Soap Factory,
7 Publishing Houses. Wholesale Houses consist of 12 Threshing Machine
Warehouses, 20 Agricultural Machinery Houses, 2 Groceries, Hardware, Hides
and Tallow, 3 Oil Houses, 3 Wholesale Fruit, Stationery, 3 Builders Supplies,
Manufacturers' Agents, etc., Departmental Stores, and a full line of retail businesses. It is stated there are openings for Biscuit Factory, Motor Car Factory,
Lithographing Plant, Furniture Factory and various other manufacturies and
wholesale businesses.
GRAND COULEE, SASK.—Pop.   100.    (Tributary pop.  500),    367 miles West of
Winnipeg.    Handled 679,100 bushels of grain last season.    Has 4 Elevators,
capacity 140,000 bushels; Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, 3 Farm
Implement Stores, Livery Barn, Meat Market, Blacksmith, Butcher.
Require Laundry.
PENSE, SASK.—Pop. 500. (Tributary pop. 200). 375 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 855,193 bushels of grain last season. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 170,000
bushels; Stock Yards, Cement Block Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel,
Bank, Machine Shop, 3 General Stores, Clothes Store, Drug Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Confec-
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tioner, Harness Shop, 3 Blacksmiths  Shops, Pool Room,   Doctor,  Tinsmith, 2
Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Flour Mill, Jeweller, Hardware Store, Tailor, Gent's Furnishings, Milliner,
Lawyer, Boarding House.
BELLE PLAINE, SASK.—Pop. 60.    (Tributary pop. 500).    383 miles West of Winnipeg.    Handled 499,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has 3 Elevators, capacity
87,000 bushels; Telephone, Lumber Yard,  Bank, General Store, Drug Store,
2 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Blacksmith Shop.
Require Hotel or  Restaurant.
PASQUA, SASK.—Pop. 100.    (Tributary pop. 1,500).    393 miles West of Winnipeg.
Junction  with the Portal  Branch for  Minneapolis,   St.  Paul,  etc.    Handled
469,900 bushels of grain last season.    Has 3 Elevators, capacity 90,000 bushels;
General Store, Farm Implement Store, Meat Market, Blacksmith Shop.
Require Hotel, Barber.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.—Pop. 15,000 (with large tributary population). Head
Quarters of Railway Division for Saskatchewan. Is a well laid out city, situate
in a valley at the confluence of the Moose Jaw river and Thunder Creek. Has
good parks and educational facilities. Is a thriving agricultural and industrial
centre with Industrial Spurs and large wholesale houses. Has Dominion Land
Office, Customs Port of Entry, Street Railway. Handled 418,000 bushels of
grain (in addition to that milled), 2,050 horses, 2,000 cattle, 600 sheep and
300 hogs last season. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 293,000 bushels; Flour Mill,
daily capacity 2,000 barrels; Oatmeal Mill, daily capacity 300 barrels; Extensive
Stock Yards, Electric Light, Brick Plant, Cement Block Plant,Lumber Yards, 10
Banks, 2 Daily Newspapers, Brewery, Cigar Manufactory, Wholesale Houses in
many lines, Chopping Mills, Marble Works, Large Meat Packing Plant and
numerous necessary retail businesses.
Openings for Hotel, Soap Works, Tannery, Creamery, Wholesale Houses, etc.
BOHARM, SASK.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 408 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 1,062,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity
80,000 bushels; General Store, Meat Market, Lumber Yard, Blacksmith Shop,
Machinery and Harness Store.
Require Barber Shop, Restaurant, Pool Room, Doctor, Flour and Feed Mill,
Additional Elevators.
CARON, SASK.—Pop. 500. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 410 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 543,800 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 130,000
bushels; Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, Drug Store,
Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables-
Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Black,
smiths, Pool Room, Doctor, 2 Painters, Undertaker.
Require Feed Mill.
MORTLACH, SASK.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 700). 426 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 470,200 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 100,000
bushels; 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 3 General Stores (including Clothes and
Shoes), 2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Livery
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Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop,
2 Blacksmiths Shops,  Pool  Room,  Doctor, Tinsmith,  Shoemaker,  Painter,  2
Carpenters,   Planing  Mill.
Require Flour and Feed Mill, Creamery, Lawyer.
PARKBEG, SASK.—Pop. 50.    (Tributary pop. 400).    435 miles West of Winnipeg,
andled 117,600 bushels of grain last season.    Has Elevator, capacity 35,000
bushels; Lumber Yard, General Store, Farm Implement Store, Livery Stable,
Restaurant, Blacksmith Shop, Dairy Farm.
Require Hotel, Laundry.
CHAPLIN, SASK.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 150). 454 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 11,000 bushels of grain last season. Has Lumber Yard, General Store,
2 Farm Implement Stores, Blacksmiths Shop, Livery Stable, 3 Restaurants.
Require Doctor, Hotel, Drug Store, Veterinary Surgeon, Barber, Butcher.
MORSE, SASK.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 4,000). 474 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 105,000 bushels of grain, 800 cattle and 300 horses last season. Has 2
Elevators, capacity 50,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 5 General Stores, Clothes Store, Shoe Store, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores,
Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Tinsmith, 2 Painters, 6 Carpenters,
Drug Store, 2 Doctors.
HERBERT, SASK.—Pop. 550. (Tributary pop. 6,000). 482 miles West
of Winnipeg. Handled 391,700 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators,
capacity 75,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill, capacity 150 bbls.; 3 Lumber
Yards, Hotel, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement
Stores, 3 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Restaurant, Blacksmiths Shop, Doctor,
5 Carpenters, Tinsmith, 2 Confectioners, Furniture Store, Jeweller.
RUSH LAKE, SASK.—Pop. 75. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 490 miles West of Winnipeg. Handled 72,000 bushels of grain and 500 cattle last season. Has Elevator,
capacity 25,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 3 Implement Agencies, 2 General Stores,
2 Blacksmiths Shops Hardware Store, Livery Stable, Lumber Yard, Land
Office.
Require Hotel, Furniture Store, Restaurant, Additional Elevators.
WALDECK, SASK.—Pop. 300.    (Tributary pop. 500).    499 miles West of Winnipeg.   Handled 175,600 bushels of grain, 133 horses, and 3,357 cattle last season.
Has 2 Elevators, capacity 60,000 bushels; General Store.
Require Butcher, Barber, Baker.
SWIFT CURRENT, SASK.—Pop. 2,450. (Tributary pop. 10,000). 510 miles
West of Winnipeg. Is a divisional point, and is surrounded by a rich stock
raising and farming country. Handled 1,077,100 bushels of grain last season.
Has 7 Elevators, capacity 250,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Flour
Mill, capacity 100 bbls.; 4 Lumber Yards, 3 Hotels, 3 Banks, 10 General Stores,
3 Clothes Stores, 2 Drug Stores, 4 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores,
2 Jewelry Stores, Newspaper, 5 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 3 Barber Shops,
5 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, 2 Harness Shops, 4 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool
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Rooms, 6 Doctors, 2 Dentists, 3 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors,
3 Painters, 10 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Electric Light, Brick Yard, Wholesale Groceries.
WEBB, SASK.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 400). 531 miles West or Winnipeg.
Handled 16,000 bushels of grain last season. Has Elevator, capacity 25,000
bushels; 4 General Stores, Gent's Furnishings, Drug and Stationery Store, 2
Restaurants, 2 Hotels, Doctor, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Farm Implement Stores,
2 Lumber Yards, 2 Livery Barns, 2 Barber Shops, Meat Market, 2 Pool Rooms,
Bank.
GULL LAKE, SASK.—Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 900). 546 miles West of Winnipeg. Handled 138,000 bushels of grain, 83 horses, 200 cattle, 1,088 sheep last
season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 125,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 3 Lumber
Yards, 3 Hotels, 4 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm
Implement Stores, 3 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 3 Barber Shops, 4 Restaurants, Harness Shop, 4 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, 2 Doctors, Tinsmith,
2 Painters, 5 Carpenters, Flour and Feed Store, Wheelwright, Furniture Store,
Baker, Confectioner, Printing Office, Weekly Newspaper.
TOMPKINS, SASK.—Pop. 200.    560 miles West of Winnipeg.    Has Elevator, capacity 5,000 bushels; 2 General Stores, Grocery Store, Livery Barn, 2 Blacksmiths
Shops, Hardware Store, 2 Meat Markets, 2 Flour & Feed Stores, Harness Shop,
2 Lumber Yards, 2 Restaurants, Barber.
Require Doctor, Shoemaker, Laundry. ^>-;
CRANE LAKE, SASK.—Pop. 25.    574 miles West of Winnipeg.    Shipped 82 horses,
4,979 cattle and 3,540 sheep last year.
Require General Store.
MAPLE CREEK, SASK.—Pop. 1,200. (Tributary pop. 600). 595 miles West of
Winnipeg in a good stock raising center. Handled 38,000 bushels of grain,
1,352 horses, 4,825 cattle, 9,581 sheep and 629 hogs last season. Has Elevator,
capacity 30,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Creamery, Brick Plant, Telephone, 4
Lumber Yards, 4 Hotels, 2 Banks, 8 General Stores, Clothes Store, Shoe Store,
2 Drug Stores, 3 Hardware Stores, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store,
2 Newspapers, 5 Livery Stables, 3 Meat Markets, 3 Barber Shops, 4 Restaurants,
2 Confectioners, 2 Harness Shops, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 2 Doctors, Dentist, 2 Lawyers, 2 Shoemakers, Tailor, 2 Painters, Numerous Carpenters, Undertaker, Sash and Door Factory, 3 Laundries.
YORKTON SUB-DIVISION
LANGENBURG, SASK.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 2,750). 181 miles from Portage
la Prairie. Handled 312,000 bushels of grain, 954 cattle and 1,281 hogs last
season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 93,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Creamery,
Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 2 Banks, 4 General Stores, Drug Store, 2
Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber
Shop, Restaurant, Confectioner, 2 Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool
Rooms, Photographer, Doctor, 2 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, 3 Painters, 5 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Laundry, Lawyer.
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CHURCHBRIDGE, SASK.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 190 miles from
Portage la Prairie. Handled 366,000 bushels of grain, 933 cattle and 434 hogs
last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 75,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Creamery,
Lumber Yard, Hotel, 3 General Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement
Stores, Livery Stable, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Painter,
2 Carpenters, Undertaker, Barber Shop.
Require Doctor, Telephone, Laundry, Drug Store, Butcher.
BREDENBURY, SASK.—Pop. 50. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 197 miles from Portage
la Prairie. Is the point at which it is proposed to build a line to join up with
The Pheasant Hills sub-division. Handled 361,000 bushels of grain last season.
Has 2 Elevators, capacity 80,000 bushels; 2 General Stores, Livery Barn, Bank,
Hardware Store, Lumber Yard.
Require Doctor, Barber, Pool Room. Drug Store, Boarding House.
SALTCOATS, SASK.—Pop. 500. (Tributary pop. 600). 206 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Handled 642,000 bushels of grain last year. Has 3 Elevators, capacity
110,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Flour Mill, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel,
Bank, 3 General Stores, 2 Drug Stores, 3 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement
Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, Barber
Shop, Restaurant, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, Blacksmiths Shop, Pool Room,
Photographer, 3 Doctors, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, 2 Painters, 4 Carpenters, Undertaker, Baker.
Require Machine Shop, Lawyer, Dentist.
ROKEBY, SASK.—Pop. 40. (Tributary pop. 600). 216 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Handled 800,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 200,000 bushels; General Store, Lumber Yard, Blacksmith Shop, Implement
Store, Boarding House, Pool Room, Livery Stable, 2 Feed Barns.
YORKTON, SASK.—Pop. 2,200. (Tributary pop. 1,200). 223 miles from Portage
la Prairie. Handled 2,081,000 bushels of grain, 2,874 cattle and 1,434 hogs
last season Has 8 Elevators, capacity 265,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Flour Mill,
capacity 100 bbls.; Oatmeal Mill, 2 Brick Plants, Telephone, 4 Lumber Yards,
3 Hotels, 4 Banks, 10 General Stores, Shoe Store, 3 Drug Stores, 3 Hardware
Stores, 5 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, Millinery Store, 2 Newspapers, 2 Livery Stables, 3 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, Confectioner, 2 Harness Shops, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, 3 Pool Rooms, Photographer,
4 Doctors, 2 Dentists, 7 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, 3 Tailors, 2 Painters,
2 Carpenters, Undertaker, Planing Mill, Wholesale Farm Machinery and Implements Warehouse.
Require Wholesale Bakery, Fruit Store and Distributing Houses.
WYNYARD SECTION
ORCADIA, SASK.—A new town 231 miles from Portage la Prairie. Surrounding
country well settled. Handled 110,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 95,000 bushels; General Store.
SPRINGSIDE, SASK.—Pop. 80. (Tributary pop. 800). 239 miles from Portage la
Prairie.    Handled  317,000  bushels  of  grain  last  season.    Has  3   Elevators
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capacity 125,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 2 General Stores, Blacksmith, Livery
Stable, Feed Store, Boarding House, Shoemaker, 3 Implement Stores, Lumber
Yard, Pool Room, Builder & Contractor.
THEODORE, SASK.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 600). 248 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Handled 260,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 101,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 4
General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Millinery
Store, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, 2 Blacksmiths, 2 Pool Rooms, Doctor, Tinsmith, Bakery, Lawyer, 4 Carpenters, Flour
and Feed Store.
Require Grist Mill, Veterinary Surgeon,  Laundry,  Harness Maker.
INSINGER, SASK.—Pop. 15. A new town 258 miles from Portage la Prairie. Handled 32,500 bushels of grain last season. Has Elevator, capacity 30,000 bushels;
General Store.
SHEHO, SASK.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 2,800). 266 miles from Portage la
'Prairie. Handled 128,000 bushels of grain last year. Has Elevator, capacity
35,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 3 General Stores,
Drug Store, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stables, Barber
Shop, Restaurant, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Tinsmith,
4 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Doctor, Lawyer, Baker.
TUFFNELL, SASK.—Pop. about 40. A new town. 274 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Handled 54.000 bushels of grain last season. Has Elevator, capacity 30,000 bushels; 2 General Stores.
FOAM LAKE, SASK.—Pop. 250. .(Tributary pop 1,700). 281 miles from Portage
la Prairie. Handled 354,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators,
capacity 90,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 4 General Stores, 2 Blacksmiths, 2 Lumber
Yards, Butcher, 3 Hardware Stores, Harness Maker, 2 Livery Stables, Feed Store,
Notary, Drug Store, 3 Implement Stores, Furniture Store, Doctor, Printing Office,
Bank, 2 Milliners, Fruit & Confectionery Store.
Require Laundry.
LESLIE, SASK.—Pop. 110. (Tributary pop. 250). 290 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Handled 85,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity
55,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 2 General Stores, Hardware Store, Drug Store,
Restaurant, Laundry, Meat Market, 2 Livery Barns, Lumber Yard, Creamery,
Hotel, 2 Implement Stores, Boarding House, Harness Shop, Doctor, 2 Draymen,
Barber, Blacksmith.
Require Veterinary Surgeon, Flour & Feed Mill, Baker.
ELFROS, SASK.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 100). 297 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Handled 183,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators,
capacity 100,000 bushels; 2 Lumber Yards; 3 General Stores, 2 Implement Stores,
Blacksmith, Butcher, 2 Livery Stables, 2 Hardware Stores, Hotel.
Require Tinsmith, Doctor, Barber, Harness Shop.
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MOZART, SASK.—A new town 303 miles from Portage la Prairie. Handled 58,000!
bushels of grain last season. Openings in all lines of business which are required |
in all newly established Towns.
WYNYARD, SASK.—Pop. 400.    (Tributary pop. 650).    312 miles from Portage la
Prairie.    Within three miles of the Big Quill Lake.    Divisional point.    Handled j
69,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has 2 Elevators, capacity 50,000 bushe||i
Flour Mill, capacity 75 bbls.; 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 2 Banks, 4 General Stores, j
Drug Store, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, 3 Livery Stables, Meat
Market, Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, 2 Harness Shops, Blacksmiths Shop, Pool
Room, Photographer, 2 Doctors, Dentist, Shoemaker, Painter, 2 Carpenters^
Fruit & Confectionery Store, Baker, Jewelry Store, Lawyer, Newspaper.
Require Gent's Furnishings, Milliner, Furniture Store, Veterinary Surgeon.
CANDAHAR, SASK.—319 miles from Portage la Prairie.
50,000 bushels of grain last season.
Openings for all lines of business.
A new town.    Handled
DAEOE, SASK.—326 miles from Portage la Prairie.    Handled  13,000 bushels of
grain last season.    Openings for all lines of business.
JANSEN, SASK.—Pop. 60.    (Tributary pop. 600).    334 miles from Portage la PraiJH
Handled 56,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has 2 Elevators, capacity 60,000
bushels; 2 General Stores, 2 Livery Barns, Hardware Store, Pool Room, 2 Implement Stores, Lumber Yard, Hotel, Harness Maker, Restaurant, Bank.
Require Doctor, Barber, Drug Store, Confectioner.
ESK, SASK.—340 miles from Portage la Prairie.
Openings for all lines of business.
A new town.
LANIGAN SUB-DIVISION
LANIGAN, SASK.—Pop.  600.    (Tributary pop.  1,000).    349 miles from Portage la ||
Prairie.    Handled 235,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has 3 Elevators, capacity 100,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Creamery, 5 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 2 Banks, j
3 General Stores, 3 Clothes Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 Farm j
Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets,
Barber Shop,  2  Restaurants,  2 Confectioners,  Harness Shop,  2 Blacksmiths |
Shops,   Pool   Room,   Photographer,   Doctor,   Lawyer,   Tinsmith,   Shoemaker,
Tailor, 2 Painters, 3 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Flour Mill, Electric Light, Telephone, Brick and Cement Plants, Laundry,
Gent's Furnishings, Boot & Shoe Store, Dentist, Hospital, Flour and Feed Store.
GUERNSEY, SASK.—Pop. 250. (Tributary pop. 800). 355 miles from Portage
la Prairie. Handled 277,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators,
capacity 120,000 bushels; 3 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Drug Store, Tanner, Furniture
Store, Bank, 2 General Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores,
Newspaper, Livery Stable, Laundry, Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants,
Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmiths Shop, Pool Room, Doctor, Tihsmi
Shoemaker, Carpenter.
Require Jeweller, Lawyer.
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JPLUNKETT, SASK.—Pop. 70. (Tributary pop. 300). 367 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Handled 47,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity
50,000 bushels; 2 General Stores, 3 Implement Stores, 2 Blacksmiths, Livery Barn,
Lumber Yard.
Require Hardware Store, Harness Shop, Laundry, Drug Store, Hotel, Furniture
Store, Doctor, Veterinary Surgeon.
VISCOUNT, SASK.—Pop. 250. (Tributary pop. 250). 376 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Handled 161,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 85,000 bushels; 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Printer, Feed and Crushing Mill, Jewelry
Store, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops, Restaurant, Harness Shop
2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, 2 Doctors, Tinsmith, Carpenter, Undertaker.
Require Baker, Tailor, Shoemaker, Dressmaker, Milliner, Veterinary Surgeon,
Lawyer.
[OCLONSAY, SASK.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 3,000). 386 miles from Portage
la Prairie. Junction with the new line running south to Craven and Regina
now under construction. Handled 84,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2
Elevators, capacity 50,000 bushels; 2 General Stores, Blacksmith, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Butcher, Barber Shop, Livery, 2 Lumber Yards, Feed Store.
Require Hotel, Restaurant, Bakery.
ELSTOW, SASK.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 750). 394 miles from Portage la
Prairie. Handled 120,000 bushels of grain last year. Has 3 Elevators,
capacity 80,000 bushels, Cement Block Plant, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel,
2 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores,
Newspaper, Livery Stable, Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops, Restaurant, Harness
Shop, Blacksmiths Shop, Furniture Store, Undertaker, 2 Barber Shops, Laundry,
Veterinary Surgeon, 2 Pool Rooms, Doctor, Tinsmith, 2 Painters, 3 Carpenters,
Flour and Feed Store.
Require Flour & Feed Mill, Baker, Jeweller, Confectioner.
SUTHERLAND, SASK.—Pop. 500.    420 miles from Portage la Prairie.    C. P. Ry.
Shops and Round Houses situate at this point.    Handled 107,000 bushels of
I grain last year.    Has Elevator, capacity 30,000 bushels; General Store, Lumber
Yard, 2 Livery Barns, Barber, Pool Room, Drug Store, 2 Boarding Houses,
Restaurant, Laundry.
SASKATOON SUB-DIVISION
iASKATOON, SASK.—Pop. 14,500. (With a large tributary population). 424
miles from Portage la Prairie. Situated on the banks of the South Saskatchewan
River, and constitutes a first class distributing point for the Great Saskatchewan
Valley. Has Municipally owned and operated Electric Light, Power and Water;
is the seat of the Saskatchewan University in conjunction with which there is
Provincial Agricultural College and Experimental Farm. There are 5 City Schools
and a Collegiate Institute, also 2 Hospitals. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 115,000
bushels; 2 Flour Mills,capacity 1,000 bbls. and 150 bbls.; 2 Brick Plants, 2 Cement
Block Plants, Automatic Telephone, 10 Lumber Yards, 13 Banks, 2 Daily and 3
Weekly Newspapers, 2 Breweries, 2 Aerated Water Factories, Tent & Mattress
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Factory, 4 Planing Mills. There are upwards of fifty Implement 'and Farm
Machinery Firms represented here, and a large number of Wholesale Houses
carrying nearly every line of trade. This city is growing with great
rapidity, and it is stated there are openings for Linseed Mills, Boot & Shoe Factory,
Soap Works, Tannery, Foundry & Machine Shops, Creamery, Market Gardens,
Poultry Farms. Dairies, Cold Storage & Packing Plant, and all lines of Wholesale
Houses.
CORY, SASK.—A new town.    8 miles West of Saskatoon.    Handled 148,000 bushels
of grain last season.    Has Elevator, capacity 25,000 bushels.
Openings for all lines of business.
DUNFERMLINE, SASK.—A new town.
Openings for all lines of business.
16 miles West of Saskatoon.
ASQUITH, SASK.—Pop. 500. (Country well settled). 25 miles West of Saskatoon.
Handled 270,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 125,000
bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill, capacity 100 bbls.; 3 Lumber Yards, Hotel,
Bank, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores,
Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 3 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, 2 Doctors, 2 Tinsmiths, Tailor, 2 Painters, 2 Carpenters,
Undertaker, 2 Dressmakers, Harness Shop, Baker, Restaurant.
Require Dentist, Lawyer, Telephone, Shoemaker, Millinery Store, Photographer.
RHYL, SASK.—A new town. 31 miles West of Saskatoon. Handled 28,000 bushels
of grain last season.    Has Elevator.
Openings for all lines of business.
KINLEY, SASK.—A new town.    34 miles West of Saskatoon,
ing country.    Has Elevator.
Openings for all lines of business.
In well settled farm-
f
PERDUE, SASK.—Pop. 175.    40 miles West of Saskatoon.    Handled 210,000 bushels
of grain last season.    Has 2 Elevators, capacity 55,000 bushels; Stock Yards,|
2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 3 General Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm!
Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Laundry, Meat Market, Barber Shop,
Restaurant, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, 2 Doctors, Shoemaker,
3 Carpenters, Furniture Store, Confectioner, Baker, Newspaper, House Decorator.)
Require Flour Mill, Dentist, Veterinary Surgeon, Machine Shop Tinsmith
KEPPEL, SASK.—A new town.    48 miles West of Saskatoon     Handled 26.00C
bushels of grain last season.
Openings for all lines of business.
VANCE, SASK.—A new town.    55 miles West of Saskatoon
Openings for all lines of business.
BIGGAR, SASK.—A new town.    61 miles West of Saskatoon.
Openings for all lines of business.
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CASTLEWOOD, SASK.—A new town.    64 miles West of Saskatoon.
Openings for all lines of business.
■ NASEBY, SASK.—A new town.    72 miles West of Saskatoon.    Has Elevator, capa
city 20,000 bushels; General Store.
Openings for Blacksmith, Boarding House and many other lines of business.
■ TRAYNOR, SASK.—Pop. 50.    (Tributary pop. 400).    82 miles West of Saskatoon
Handled 31,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 50 000
bushels; General Store, Hardware Store, Grocery Store, Implement Store, Livery
Barn.
Require Blacksmith.
I WOLFE, SASK.—A new town. 88 miles West of Saskatoon. Handled 11,000
bushels of grain last season.    Openings for all lines of business.
I ST. ALPHEGE, SASK.—Pop. 20. (Tributary pop. 100). 96 miles West of Saskatoon
A new town.
"Openings for all lines of business.
WILKIE, SASK.—Pop. 700. (Tributary pop. 1,000). lOo miles West of Saskatoon.
A divisional point. Handled 165,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 71,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 3 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 2 Banks,
3 General Stores, Clothing Store, Bakery, Shoe Store, Drug Store, 3 Hardware
Stores, 5 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper,
3 Livery Stables, Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops, Machine Repair Shop, Laundry,
Stationery Store, 2 Restaurants, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop,
2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, Doctor, Dentist, Lawyer, Tinsmith, Shoemaker,
2 Painters, 20 Carpenters, Undertaker, Music Teacher, Immigration Hall, Furniture Store, Flour & Feed Store..
Require Flour and Oatmeal Mills, Sash & Door Factory, Biscuit Factory, Creamery
Brick and Cement Plant, Music and Book Store, Architect, Stock Dealer. This
is a new town situated in a good farming district showing every prospect of
rapid development.
BATTLE RIVER SUB-DIVISION
; PHIPPEN, SASK.—Pop. 150. (Tributary country well settled). 109 miles West of
Saskatoon. Handled 150,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators,
capacity 130,000 bushels; 2 General Stores, Barber Shop, Pool Room, 3 Farm
Implement Stores, Livery Stable, 2 Lumber Yards.
Require Blacksmith, Hardware Store, Hotel.
ADANAC, SASK.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 500). 116 miles West of Saskatoon.
A new town. Handled 190,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators,
capacity 103,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, 2 Lumber
Yards, 2 Livery Stables, 2 Implement Stores, Drug Store, Harness Shop, Butcher,
Baker, Blacksmith, Pool Room, Barber Shop.
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SWINBOURNE, SASK.—Pop. 10. (Tributary pop. 600). 121 miles West of Saskatoon. A new town Has Elevator, capacity 30,000 bushels; Lumber and Coal
Yard, Livery Stable. There is a large clay deposit close to the railway suitable
for brick making.
Require General Store, Brick Plant, Flour and Feed Store, Boarding House,
Hardware Store, Implement Store.
BUCCLEUGH, SASK.—A new town.    129 miles West of Saskatoon.
Openings for all lines of business.
RUTLAND, SASK.—Pop.   10.    (Tributary   pop.   50).    A   new   town.    138   miles
West of Saskatoon.    Has Implement Agency.
Openings for all lines of business.
SENLAC, SASK.—Pop. 50.    (Tributary pop. 250).    145 miles West of Saskatoon.
A new town.    Has General Store, 2 Lumber Yards, Blacksmith, 2 Implement
Agencies, Restaurant.
Require Elevator, Butcher, Hotel, Barber, Livery Stable, Chopping Mill.
EVESHAM, SASK.—Pop. 20.    (Tributary pop. 120).    155 miles West of Saskatoon.
A new town.    Has Lumber Yard, General Store, Implement Store.
Require Elevator and other lines of business.
MACKLIN, SASK.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 163 miles West of Saskatoon.
Junction with new line running south to Kerrobert and other points. A new
town. Handled 23,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity
68,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 3 General Stores, Hardware and Furniture Store,
Banks, Undertaker, Jewelry Store, Confectioner and Baker, Butcher Shop,
Harness Shop, 3 Restaurants, Pool Room, 3 Lumber Yards, Livery and Feed
Stable, Transfer and Dray Business, School House, Druggist, Blacksmith, 2 Tin
Shops, Doctor, Veterinary Surgeon, Hotel, Barber Shop.
Require Dentist.
MACKLIN S. E. SUB-DIVISION
A New Branch which has just come under operation, the Townsites having been
put on the market during the Fall of 1910. The line running West from Outlook
connects with this branch at Kerrobert, thus making a direct route to the United
States and Eastern and Western Canada, via Moose Jaw. The country at and tributary to the undermentioned Towns is one of the best wheat growing districts in Saskatchewan. There are openings for all lines of business, and investors should communicate with the Industrial Department, Winnipeg, for further particulars.
PRIMATE, SASK.—7 miles from Macklin.
Openings for all lines of business.
DENZIL, SASK.—Pop.   25.    (Surrounding country well  settled).    15  miles from
Macklin.    Has Departmental Store, 2 Lumber Yards, Livery Barn.
Openings for all lines of business.
Note.—There is stated to be a large deposit of brick and pottery clay one and
one-half miles north-west of this point.
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SALVADOR, SASK.—Pop.    50.    (Surrounding   country   well   settled).    23   miles
from  Macklin.    Has  General   Store,   Hardware  Store,   Butcher,   Restaurant,
2 Lumber Yards, Livery Barn.
Openings for all lines of business.
LUSELAND, SASK.—Pop. 100. (Surrounding country well settled). 31 miles from
Macklin.   Has Elevator, capacity 30,000 bushels; 2 Lumber yards, Livery Barn,
2 General Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, Harness Shop, Butcher, Pool Room, Restaurant, Hotel.
Openings for all lines of business.
BALIOL, SASK.—38 miles from Macklin.    Openings for all lines of business.
KERROBERT, SASK.—Pop. 350. 47 miles from Macklin. The lines East from
Castor and South from Outlook, will join at this point, making it an important
railway center. Has 4 Implement Houses, 2 Banks, 2 Hotels, Meat Market,
5 General Stores, 4 Livery Barns, Builders and Contractors, 2 Druggists and
Stationers, 3 Hardware Stores, Furniture Store, 4 Lumber Yards, Flour and Feed
, Store, 3 Pool Rooms, 2 Doctors, 4 Restaurants, 2 Barbers, Jeweller, Blacksmith.
Require Lawyer, Painter, Veterinary Surgeon, Tailor, Steam Laundry.
ESTEVAN SUB-DIVISION
GAINSBORO, SASK.—Pop. 500. (Tributary pop. 600). 224 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 253,000 bushels of grain, 180 cattle and 150 hogs last season. Has 4
Elevators, capacity 110,000 bushels; Stock Yards;Flour Mill, capacity 100 bbls.;
Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores,
3 Farm   Implement    Stores, Jewelry Store,  Newspaper,  Livery Stable,  Meat
Market, Barber Shop, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2  Blacksmiths Shops, Pool
Room, Doctor, Lawyer, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Painter, Undertaker.
Require Tailor.
CARIEVALE, SASK.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 232 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 350,000 bushels of grain, 250 cattle, 150 harses and 180 hogs last
season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 93,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Lumber Yard,
Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, Shoe Store, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3
Farm Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmiths Shop, Pool Room, Doctor,
Tinsmith, Painter, 3 Carpenters.
Require Veterinary Surgeon, Milliner and Dressmaker.
CARNDUFF, SASK.—Pop. 650. (Tributary pop. 3,500). 240 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 333,000 bushels of grain, 300 cattle, 200 horses and 400 hogs last season.
Has 5 Elevators, capacity 126,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Joiners Work Factory,
Oil Company, Flour Mill, capacity 100 bbls.; Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel,
Bank, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, 3 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement
Stores, Jewelry Store, 3 Millinery Stores, Newspaper, Bakery, Printing Office, 3
Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths, Pool Room, 2 Doctors, Lawyer, 2 Tinsmiths, Tailor,
2 Painters, Dressmaker, 3 Carpenters, Undertaker, Furniture Store.
Require Photographer, Dentist.
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GLEN EWEN, SASK.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 250 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 369,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 6 Elevators, capacity
160,000 bushels, Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, Drug Store,
Hardware Store, 2 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market,
Barber Shop, Restaurant, Laundry, Harness Shop, 3 Blacksmiths^Pool Room,
Photographer, Carpenters, Doctor, Milliner.
OXBOW, SASK.—Pop. 900. (Tributary pop. 1,200). 257 miles from Winnipeg.
Is beautifully situated on a hill above the Souris River. Handled 340,000
bushels of grain, 413 cattle and 908 hogs last season. Has 6 Elevators, capacity
199,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 2 Banks, 3 General Stores,
Clothes Store, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, 2
Jewelry Stores, Millinery Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market,
Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops,
Pool Room, Photographer, 2 Doctors, Dentist, Lawyer, 2 Tinsmiths, 2 Tailors,
2 Painters, 3 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Flour and Feed Mill, Creamery.
ALAMEDA, SASK.—Pop. 500. (Tributary pop. 400). 264 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 262,000 bushels of grain, 254 cattle and 937 hogs last season. Has 5
Elevators, capacity 154,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone 2 Lumber Yards,
Bank, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Drug Store, 3 Implement Stores, Restaurant,
Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Doctor, Lawyer, Tinsmith,
Shoemaker, Painter, 2 Carpenters, Undertaker. 3 General Stores, 2 Hardware
Stores, Grocer and Confectioner, Butcher, 2 Livery Barns, 2 Blacksmiths, Laundry.
FROBISHER, SASK.—Pop. 250. (Tributary pop. 600). 172 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 226,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 128,000
bushels; Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, 2 Hardware Stores,
3 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Blacksmiths, Pool Room, Doctor, Carpenter.
Require Drug Store, Lawyer.
BIENFAIT, SASK.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 290 miles from Winnipeg
in a large Coal Mining District. Here are situate the Lignite Coal Mines of the
Western Dominion Collieries and the Manitoba and Saskatchewan Collieries,
each with a daily output of 1,000 tons and employing from 100 to 400 men.
It is stated that there are clay deposits suitable for brick making.
Handled 183,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 57,000
bushels; Stock Yards, Lumber Yard, Hotel, 2 General Stores, 2 Farm Implement
Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, Grocery and Fruit Store, 2 Livery Stables,
Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Doctor,
Tinsmith, 2 Carpenters.
Require Bakery, Flour and Feed Store, Boarding House.
ARCOLA SUB-DIVISION
ANTLER, SASK.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 200). 206jmiles from Winnipeg.
Handled 180.000 bushels of grain and 200 cattle last season. Has 3 Elevators,
capacity 80,000, bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 2
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General St®res, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores,
Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Blacksmiths Shop, Pool Room,
Doctor, Tinsmith.
Require Flour Mill, Creamery, Laundry, Jeweller, Milliner, Baker, Harness Shop
Lawyer.
REDVERS, SASK.—Pop. 300. 217 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 263,000 bushels
of grain and 600 hogs last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 110,000 bushels;
Stock Y'ards, 2 General Stores, Baker and Confectioner, 3 Implement Stores,
Hardware Store, Tin Shop, Livery Stable, Boot and Shoe Store, Doctor, Drug
Store, 2 Lumber Yards, Barber, Pool Room, Bank, Newspaper, Jewelry Store,
Machine Shop, Hotel, Veterinary Surgeon, 2 Lawyers, Meat Markat.
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WAUCHOPE, SASK.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 700). 226 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 162,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 80,000
bushels; Chopping Mill, Lumber Yard, Hotel, 2 General Stores, 3 Farm Implement
Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Bakery.
Require Drug Store, Harness Maker, Restaurant, Laundry, Carpenter.
MANOR, SASK.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 1,100). 234 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 231,000 bushels of grain, 129 cattle and 753 hogs last season. Has 4
Elevators, capacity 119,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard,
Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, Drug Store, 4 Farm Implement Stores, Newspaper, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Confectioner,
Harness Shop, Blacksmith, Pool Room, Doctor, Lawyer, Tinsmith, 3 Painters,
3 Carpenters, Laundry, Tailor, Furniture Store, Boarding House.
Require Jeweller, Photographer, Dentist, Milliner, Shoemaker, Hardware Store.
CARLYLE, SASK.—Pop. 500. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 243 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 294,000 bushels of grain, 300 cattle and 670 hogs last season. Has 5
Elevators, capacity 152,000bushels; Stock Yards,Cement Block Plant, 2 Lumber
Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank,.3 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 2
Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, 3 Livery Stables, Newspaper, Meat
Market, Barber Shop, 2 Confectioners, 2 Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmiths Shops,
Pool Room, 2 Photographers, 2 Doctors, Dentist, Lawyer, Tinsmith, Tailor,
Painter, Carpenter, Undertaker, Music Store, Laundry, Restaurant.
Require Flour Mill, Creamery, Shoe Maker, Millinery Store.
ARCOLA, SASK.—Pop. 1,300. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 253 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 491 000 bushels grain, 300 cattle, 275 horses and 326 hogs last
season. Has 6 Elevators, capacity 172,000 bushels; Flour Mill, Brick Plant,
Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 2 Banks, 2 General Stores, Drug Store,
3 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, Millinery
Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops, 2
Restaurants, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmith Shops, 2 Pool Rooms,
Photographer, 3 Doctors, Dentist, 5 Lawyers, ^3 Tinsmiths, Tailor, 4 Painters,
6 Carpenters, Undertaker, 2 Furniture Stores, 3 Grocery Stores, Steam Laundry,
Boarding House, Aerated Water Works, Machine Shops.
Require Sash and Door Factory, Electric Light.
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RESTON SUB-DIVISION
MARYFIELD, SASK.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 500). 217 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 158,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 60,000
bushels; 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 2 General Stores, Clothes Store, Shoe Store,
Drug Store, Hardware Store, 2 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat
Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Harness Shop, Blacksmith, Pool Room,
Doctor, Tinsmith, 2 Painters, 3 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Laundry, Shoemaker, Veterinary Surgeon, Dentist, Lawyer.
FAIRLIGHT, SASK.—Pop. 130. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 225 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 300,000 bushels of grain and 250 hogs last season. Has 2 Elevators,
capacity 60,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Lumber Yard, Hotel, 2 General Stores,
Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber
Shop, Blacksmiths' Shop, Pool Room, 3 Carpenters,
Require Doctor, Druggist, Harness Shop, Baker and Confectioner.
WALPOLE, SASK.—Pop. 40. (Tributary pop. 300). 232 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 82,000 bushels of grain last season. Has Elevator, capacity 35,000
bushels; General Store, Implement Store, Blacksmith Shop, Boarding House,
Livery Barn.
WAWOTA, SASK.—Pop. 200. 241 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 136,000 bushels
of grain, 100 cattle and 230 hogs last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 60,000
bushels; Stock Yards, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, Shoe Store,
Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat
Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop,
Pool Room, Doctor, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, Painter, 5 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Flour Mill, Laundry, Lawyer.
KENNEDY, SASK.—Pop. 150. 256 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 162,000 bushels
of grain, 835 cattle and 459 hogs last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 60,000
bushels; Stock Yards, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 2 General Stores, Drug Store,
Hardware Store, Farm Implement Store, Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber
Shop, Blacksmiths Shop, Pool Room, Doctor, Painter, 4 Carpenters, Bank.
Require Laundry, Lawyer, Dentist.
BENDER, SASK.—Pop. 25. (Tributary pop. 250). 268 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 121,000 bushels of grain last season. Has Elevator, capacity 30,000
bushels; Lumber Yard, General Store, Hardware Store, Farm Implement Store,
Blacksmiths Shop, Carpenter, Livery Stable.
Require Hotel, Boarding House, Barber Shop, Butcher Shop, Tinsmith, Creamery,
Doctor.
WINDTHORST,. SASK.—Pop. 225. (Tributary pop. 600). 281 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 354,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity
95,000 bushels; 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, 3 Clothes Stores,
2 Shoe Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, Confec-
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tioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer, Doctor,
Lawyer, Tinsmith, Painter, 5 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Flour Mill, Creamery, Brick Plant.
BARING, SASK.—Pop.   25.    (Tributary   pop.   500).    296   miles   from   Winnipeg.
Handled 66,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has 2 Elevators, capacity 60,000
bushels; Stock Yards, General Store, Hardware Store, Lumber Yard, Blacksmith
Shop, Implement Warehouse, Livery Barn, Boarding House.
Require Carpenter, Butcher Shop, Pool Room.
MOOSE MOUNTAIN SUB-DIVISION
KISBY, SASK.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 60). 261 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 553,000 bushels of grain last year. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 120,000 bushels;
Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, 2 General Stores, Drug Store,. 2 Hardware
Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Harness Shop,
Barber Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Doctor, Shoemaker, 4 Carpenters,
Restaurant, Baker.
Require Grist Mill, Tinsmith, Boarding House.
FORGET, SASK.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 1,200). 270 miles from" Winnipeg.
Handled 523,000 bushels of grain, 150 cattle, 140 horses and 300 hogs last season*
Has 4 Elevators, capacity 110,000 bushels; 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 4 General
Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Newspaper,
2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant and Confectioner combined, 2 Blacksmiths, Pool Room, 2 Doctors, 2 Tinsmiths, Harness Store.
Require Furniture Store, Baker, Jeweller, Tailor, Milliner, Lawyer, Veterinary
Surgeon.
STOUGHTON, SASK.—Pop. 450. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 278 miles from Winnipeg.
Junction with the Weyburn cut off. Handled 519,000 bushels of grain, 150 cattle and 400 hogs last season. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 143,000 bushels; Stock
Yards, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank, 2 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware
Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables,
2 Meat Markets, Oil Company, Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, Confectioner, Harness
Shop, 2 Blacksmiths' Shops, Veterinary Surgeon, Furniture Store, Pool Room,
Doctor, Lawyer, 2 Tinsmiths, Tailor, Undertaker.
Require Flour Mill.
HEWARD, SASK.—Pop. 350. (Tributary pop. 250). 285 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 359,000 bushels of grain, 100 cattle and 300 hogs last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 90,000 bushels; Lumber Yard, Hotel, 3 General Stores, Drug
Store, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables,
Meat Market, Barber Shop, Harness Shop, Blacksmiths Shop, Pool Room, Doctor
Tinsmith, Undertaker, Bank, Carriage Shop, Grain Crushing Plant.
Require Flour Mill, Dentist, Lawyer.
CREELMAN, SASK.—Pop.   200.    294   miles   from   Winnipeg.    Handled   627,000
bushels of grain last season.    Has 4 Elevators, capacity 125,000 bushels, Lumber
Yard, Hotel, General Store, 2 Hardware Stores, Doctor, Carpenter.
Require Baker, Lawyer, Laundry, Implement Agent, Meat Store, Livery Stable.
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FILLMORE, SASK.—Pop. 220. (Tributary pop. 750). 301 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 532,000 bushels of grain, 100 cattle, 160 horses and 200 hogs last season.
Has 5 Elevators, capacity 151,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 3 Lumber Yards, Hotel,
Bank, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 5 Farm Implement Stores,
Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer, Doctor,
Lawyer, Tinsmith, Tailor, 2 Painters, 4 Carpenters, Undertaker, Restaurant.
OSAGE, SASK.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 310 miles from Winnipeg
Handled 411,000 bushels of grain, 200 horses and 300 hogs last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 120,000 bushels; 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 2 General
Stores, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market,
Barber Shop, Harness Shop, Blacksmiths Shop, Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmith,
Shoemaker, Painter, 2 Carpenters, Drug Store, Laundry, Furniture Store.
Require Dentist, Baker and Confectioner, Bowling Alley.
TYVAN, SASK.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 700). 318 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 390,000 bushels of grain and 300 horses last season. Has 4 Elevators,
capacity 110,000 bushels; Lumber Yard, Hotel, 2 General Stores, Drug Store,
Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Millinery Store, 2 Livery Stables,
Meat Market, Barber Shop, Harness Shop, Blacksmiths Shop, Pool Room, Laundry, Bank, Doctor, Lawyer, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Painter, Carpenter.
Require Flour Mill, Baker, Restaurant, Confectioner.
FRANCIS, SASK.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 325 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 569,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 118,000
bushels; Electric Light Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 2 General
Stores. Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store,
Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness
Shop, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Doctor, 2 Tinsmiths, Carpenters, Grocer,
Veterinary Surgeon, Lawyer, Tailor. Only about 25 per cent, of the land is
] cultivated yet.    Francis wheat secured the sweepstake prize for the Province
at the Regina Seed Fair and Oats carried off the sweepstakes at the same fair.
According to Act passed last year, Francis will be the county town for that district.
Require Flour and Oatmeal Mills, Creamery, Machine Shop, Shoe Shop, Dentist,
Furniture Store, Brick Yard, Dressmaker, Contractor.
SEDLEY, SASK.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 334 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 439,280 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 88,000
bushels; Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, Hardware Store, 3 Farm
Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Harness Shop, 2
Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Doctor, Carpenter, Drug Store, Grocery Store,
Oil Company.
Require Shoemaker, Restaurant, Boarding House.
LAJOURD, SASK.—Pop.   100.    (Tributary pop. 200).    342 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 560,200 bushels of grain last season.    Has 4 Elevators, capacity 125,000
bushels, 2 General Stores,  Blacksmiths Shop, Hardware  Store, Lumber Yard,
2 Implement Stores, Butcher Shop, Boarding House, Bank.
Require Drug Store. Doctor, Hotel.
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KRONAU, SASK.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 500). 349 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 522,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 105,000
bushels; Lumber Yard, Hotel, 3 General Stores, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Restaurant, Blacksmiths Shop, Pool
Room, Barber Shop.
Require Doctor.
RICHARDSON, SASK.—385 miles from Winnipeg. In a well settled district. Has
Elevator, capacity 20,000 bushels; General Store, Livery Barn.
WEYBURN SUB-DIVISION
FROUDE, SASK.—Pop. 50. A new town. 12 miles from Stoughton. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 55,000 bushels; 2 General Stores, Lumber Yard, Hardware Store,
Livery Barn, Boarding House and Restaurant, Jeweller, Blacksmith.
GRIFFIN, SASK.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 200). 19 miles from Stoughton.
Handled 115,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 70,000
bushels; Hardware Store, Hotel, Restaurant, Implement Store, Barber Shop,
. Blacksmith, Doctor, Bank, General Store, Butcher, 2 Lumber Yards, Livery
Barn.
Require Baker, Shoe Store, Harness Store.
HUME, SASK.—Pop. 15.    (Tributary pop. 200).    27 miles from Stoughton.  Handled
143,000 bushels of grain last season.      Has 2 Elevators, capacity 60,000 bushels,
General Store, Lumber Yard, Coal Dealer, Implement Store.
Require Blacksmith, Hardware Store, Barber, Livery Barn and Feed Stable,
Harness Store.
PHEASANT HILLS SUB-DIVISION
WELWYN, SASK.—Pop. 125. (Tributary pop. 300). 229 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 241,000 bushels of grain, 300 cattle, 150 horses and 240 hogs. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 80,000 bushels, Stock Yards, Baker, Barber, Bank, Drug Store,
Doctor, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Implement Dealers, Hardware Store, 2 General
Stores, Fruit Store, Hotel, Lumber Yard, Livery Stable, Furniture Store.
ROCANVILLE, SASK.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 400). 238 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 330,000 bushels of grain and 200 cattle last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 148,100 bushels; Stock Yards, Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores,
Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, 2 Livery
Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, Confectioner, Harness Shop,
Blacksmiths Shop, Veterinary Surgeon, Pool Room, Doctor, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, 2 Painters, 3 Carpenters, Undertaker, 2 Contractors.
Require Flour Mill, Creamery, Laundry, Lawyer, Dentist, Gent's Furnishings.
TANTALLON, SASK.—Pop. 200.    (Tributary pop. 700).    251 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 56,000 bushels of grain last year.    Has 3 Elevators, capacity 78,000
bushels; Stock Yards, Creamery, Lumber Yard, Hotel, General Store, and Hardware Store, Blacksmiths Shop, 2 Implement Stores, Contractor, Butcher.
Require Doctor, Tinsmith, Barber.
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ESTERHAZY, SASK.—Pop. 500. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 267 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 205,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 158,000
bushels; Stock Yards, Flour Mill, capacity 100 bbls.; Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank,
4 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores,
Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmiths Shop, Pool Room, Doctor, Lawyer, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Painter, Oil Company.
Require Creamery, Gent's Clothing Store, Tailor, Dressmaker, Milliner, Laundry,
Restaurant, Photographer.
STOCKHOLM, SASK.—Pop. 130. (Tributary pop. 500). 277 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 131,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 70,000
bushels; Stock Yards, 3 General Stores, Hardware Store, Stationery Store,
Butcher Shop, Boarding House, 3 Implement Dealers, Veterinary Surgeon,
Livery, Lumber Yard, Blacksmith.
Require Doctor, Drug Store.
DUBUC, SASK.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 500). 285 miles from Winnipeg-
Handled 202,000 bushels of grain and 400 hogs last season. Has 3 Elevators, cap.
acity 86,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 2 Lumber Yards, Bank, Hotel, 2 Barber Shops,
2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Restaurant and Confectioner, Harness Shop, 3
Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Doctor, Painter, Carpenter.
Require Lawyer, Laundry.
GRAYSON, SASK.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 600). 293 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 210,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 65,000
bushels; Stock Yards, Flour Mill, capacity 75 bbls.; 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 2
General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 4 Farm Implement Stores, 3 Livery
Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Confectioner, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool
Room, Doctor, Lawyer, Tinsmith. There is a lake about 8 miles south of this
Town. Good fishing and shooting.
Require Harness Maker.
NEUDORF, SASK.—Pop. 275. (Tributary pop. 500). 311 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 330,000 bushels of grain and 200 cattle last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 83,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 3 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 3 General Stores, Shoe
Store, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 2 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables,
Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Confectioner, 2 Blacksmiths, Pool Room
Doctor, Painter, 3 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Laundry, Tinsmith.
LAST MOUNTAIN SUB-DIVISION
LEMBERG, SASK.—Pop. 500. (Tributary pop. 5,000). 319 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 778,000 bushels of grain and 300 hogs last season. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 124,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Flour Mill, capacity 75 bbls., 2 Lumber Yards,
Hotel, Bank, 4 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement
Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper, Livery Stable, Meat Market,
Barber Shop, Restaurant, Confectioners, 2 Harness Shops, 3 Blacksmiths Shops,
Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, 3 Carpenters, Lawyer.
Require Creamery, Tailor.
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^BERNETHY, SASK.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 2,500). 329 miles from Winnipeg. Handled 767,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 5 Elevators, capacity
148,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Cement Block Plant, Lumber Yard, Bank, 3
General Stores, Shoe Store, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement
Stores, Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stabler, 2 Meat Markets, Barber Shop,
Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Doctor.
Require Hotel.
BALCARRES, SASK.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 336 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 490,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 146,000
bushels; Stock Yards, Brick Yard, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank,
3 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores,
Jewelry Store, 2 Millinery Stores, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets,
2 Barber Shops, Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops,
2 Pool Rooms, Doctor, Dentist, Lawyer, 2 Tinsmiths, 4 Carpenters, Undertaker,
Furniture Store, Chopping Mill, Laundry, Building Contractor, Veterinary
Surgeon.
Require Flour Mill, Wagon Repairer or Wood Worker.
UPTON, SASK.—Pop. 400.    351 miles from Winnipeg.    Handled 319,000 bushels
of grain last season.    Has 4 Elevators, capacity 120,000 bushels; Stock Yards,
' 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 5 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores,
3 Farm Implement Stores, 3 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, Barber Shop, 2
Restaurants, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room,
Doctor, Tinsmith, Painter, Shoemaker, 2 Carpenters.
Require Lawyer, Newspaper.
JDYSART, SASK.—Pop.   60.    (Tributary pop.   1,500).    361  miles from  Winnipeg.
Handled 133,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has 2 Elevators, capacity 60,000
bushels; 3 General Stores, Hotel, Blacksmith Shop, Implement Store, Livery
Stable, Stationery Store.
Require Lumber Yard, Hardware Store, Butcher.
[CUPAR, SASK.—Pop. 325. (Tributary pop. 500). 368 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 422,000 bushels of grain and 300 hogs last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 115,000 bushels; 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 4 General Stores, Drug Store,
3 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores, Newspaper, Livery Stable, Meat
Market, Barber Shop, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmith. Shop, Pool Room,
Doctor, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Painter, 3 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Lawyer, Jeweller, Baker.
[MARKINCH, SASK.—Pop.    100.    375   miles   from   Winnipeg.    Handled   254,000
bushels of grain last  season.      Has  4  Elevators,   capacity   150,000  bushels ,
Flour Mill, capacity 75 bbls.; 3 General Stores, Lumber Yard, Blacksmith Shop;
Implement Store.
Require Bakery, Doctor, Hotel, Butcher.
SOUTHEY, SASK.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 381 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 365,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 85,000
bushels; Lumber Yard, Hotel, 3 General Stores, Shoe Store, Hardware Store,
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2 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, 3 Carpenters.
Require Flour Mill, Cement Block Plant, Creamery, Drug Store, Jeweller, Veterinary Surgeon.
EARL GREY, SASK.—Pop. 175. (Tributary pop. 500). 390 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 289,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 95,000
bushels; Stock Yards, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 3 General Stores, Drug
Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Newspaper, Livery Stable,!
Meat Market, Baker, Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths
Shops, Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Painter, 6 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Flour Mill, Brick Yard, Laundry, Barber, Tailor, Gent's Furnishings'
BULYEA, SASK.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 800). 397 miles from Winnipeg
and 40 miles from Regina from which point a line is now under construction.
Handled 196,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 76,000
bushels; Stock Yards, Lumber Yard, Hotel, 2 General Stores, Hardware Store,
2 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, 2 Carpenters, Furniture Store, Tinsmith, 2 Boarding Houses, Pool Room.
Require Doctor, Drug Store, Shoemaker, Newspaper.
STRASSBURG, SASK.—Pop. 800. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 405 miles from Winnipeg
Is situated in the heart of the Last Mountain Valley, and is tributary to a large
expanse of Park like rolling prairie, which is most favorably adapted to wheat
growing. Last Mountain Lake is 12 miles west. A divisional point. Handled
379,000 bushels of grain, 150 cattle, 180 horses and 200 hogs iast season. Has 3
Elevators, capacity 93,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank,
3 General Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, 2 Drug Stores, 3 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm
Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper, Lawyer, 3 Livery
Stables, Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, 2 Doctors, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, Tailor, 2 Painters, 4 Carpenters.
Require Machine Shop, Sash and Door Factory, Flour Mill, Confectioner,Groceries.
DUVAL, SASK.—Pop.   150.    (Tributary pop.   2,000).    412  miles from  Winnipeg.
Handled 462,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has 3 Elevators, capacity 70,000
bushels; General Store,   Dry Goods and  Grocery Store, 2 Livery Barns, Pool
Room, 2 Boarding Houses, Lumber Yard.
Require Drug Store, Doctor, Hotel.
GOVAN, SASK.—Pop. 350. (Tributary pop. 800). 422 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 750,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 119,000
bushels; 3 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 4 General Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, Shoe
Store, Drug Store, 3 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Newspaper,
2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners,
Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Doctor, Lawyer, Tinsmith,
Painter, 4 Carpenters, Undertaker, Laundry, Jeweller.
Require Flour Mill.
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NOKOMIS, SASK.—Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 436 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 278,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 150,000
bushels; Cement Block Plant, Flour Mill, capacity 150 bbls.; 4 Lumber Yards,
2 Hotels, 2 Banks, 5 General Stores, Clothes Store, Drug Store, Hardware Store,
4 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat
Markets, Barber Shop, Pool Room, 4 Restaurants, Confectioner, Machine Shop,
Fruit Store, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Photographer, 2 Doctors,
Dentist, 2 Lawyers, Tinsmith, Tailor.
Require Creamery, Departmental Store, Shoe Store, Barber Shop.
LOCKWOOD, SASK.—Pop. 200.    (Tributary pop. 500).    445 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 171,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has 2 Elevators, capacity 70,000.
bushels, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 2 General Stores, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables,  Meat Market, Barber Shop, Confectioner,
Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Drug Store, Bank, Doctor.
Require Lawyer.
DRAKE, SASK.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 800). 453 miles from Winnipeg.
Handled 84,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 45,000
bushels; 2 General Stores, Hardware Store, 2 Implement Stores, Restaurant,
Livery Barn, Blacksmith.
Require Butcher, Doctor, Druggist.
PORTAL SUB-DIVISION
DRINKWATER, SASK.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 19 miles from Moose
Jaw. Handled 1,014,934 bushels of grain last season. Has 5 Elevators, capacity
140,000 bushels; Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores,
Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables,
Meat Market, Barber Shop, Confectioner, Restaurant, Harness Shop, Blacksmith
Shop, Pool Room, Doctor, Carpenter.
Require Lawyer, Dentist.
ROULEAU, SASK.—Pop. 950. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 32 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 1,319,000 bushels of grain, 400 horses and 300 hogs last season. Has 5
Elevators, capacity 240,000 bushels; Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 2 Banks
3 General Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, Jewelry Store,
Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, 2 Butcher Shops, 2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants,
2 Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmiths, 2 Pool Rooms, 2 Doctors, Tinsmith, Shoemaker,
Tailor, 2 Painters, 2 Contractors, Undertaker, Dentist, Garage, Furniture Store,
Flour and Feed Store, 3 Implement Agencies.
WILCOX, SASK.—Pop. 450. (Tributary pop. 800). 43 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 648,410 bushels of grain last season. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 135,000
bushels; Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 2 Banks, 2 General Stores, Drug
Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Millinery Store, Livery
Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Confectioner, Blacksmiths
Shop, Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmith, 3 Carpenters, Harness Store, Shoe Store,
Dressmaker, Laundry, 3 Bakers.
Require Jeweller & Watchmaker, Bowling Alley.
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CORINNE, SASK.—Pop. 50. (Tributary pop. 500). 48 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 248,700 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 75,000
bushels; General Store, Blacksmith, Lumber Yard.
MILESTONE, SASK.—Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 5,000). 54 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 860,500 bushels of grain, 200 cattle, 700 horses and 100 hogs last season.
Has 6 Elevators, capacity 187,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Electric Light Plant,
Cement Block Plant, 3 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 3 General Stores, Shoe Store,
Drug Store, 3 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, Harness Shop,
2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, 2 Doctors, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Tailor, Printer,
2 Carpenters, Undertaker, Veterinary Surgeon, Furniture Store, Packing Plant.
Require Flour Mill, Baker & Confectioner.
LANG, SASK.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 63 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 672,180 bushels of grain last season. Has 6 Elevators, capacity 238,000
bushels, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 3 General Stores, Clothes Store,
Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores, Newspaper, 2 Livery
Stables, Meat Market, Tin Shop, Gent's Furnishing, Tailor, Milliner, Barber
Shop, 2 Restaurants, Confectioner, 2 Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool
Room, Doctor, 2 Carpenters and Contractors, Undertaker.
Require Flour and Feed Mill, Electric Light, Dentist, Jeweller, Fancy Store.
YELLOW GRASS, SASK.—Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 500). 75 miles from Moose
Jaw. Handled 629,760 bushels of grain, 350 horses and 400 hogs last season. Has
6 Elevators, capacity 165,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, 3 Lumber Yards,
Hotel, 2 Banks, 5 General Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores,
3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, 3 Meat
Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 2 Doctors, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, 2
Painters, 5 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Tailor, Lawyer, Creamery or Cheese Factory, Flour and Grist Mill.
McTAGGART, SASK.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 500). 84 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 482,100 bushels of grain* 100 cattle and 200 horses last season. Has 3
Elevators, capacity 90,000 bushels, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 2 Banks,
2 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 4 Farm Implement Stores, Livery
Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop,
Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Tinsmith, 2 Shoemakers, 4 Carpenters.
Require Chopping Mill, Laundry, Doctor, Music Teacher.
WEYBURN,  SASK.—Pop.   2,500.        (Surrounding territory thickly settled).    92
miles from Moose Jaw.        Is the Junction of the Stoughton Branch, and the
new line now under construction    (part of which is in operation),    Weyburn
to Lethbridge.        Handled 1,062,000 bushels of grain,    300 cattle,    700 horses
j and 100 hogs last season. Has 7 Elevators,    capacity 217,000 bushels; Stock
Yards, Flour Mill, capacity 125 barrels; Electric Light Plant, Telephone, 4
Lumber Yards, 3 Hotels, 4 Banks, 4 General Stores, 3 Clothes Stores, 2
Shoe Stores, 2 Drug Stores, 4 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores, 2
Jewelry Stores, 2 Newspapers, 4 Livery Stables, 3 Meat Markets, 4 Barber Shops, 4
Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, 3 Harness Shops, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, 4 Pool
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Rooms, Photographer, 6 Doctors, 3 Dentists, 4 Lawyers, 2 Shoemakers, Tailor,
4 Painters, 2 Carpenters, Undertaker, Mail Order and Departmental Store
to be erected, Brick Yard, Machine Shop. Council are installing water works
and sewerage plant.
Require Planing and Oatmeal Mills, Foundry, Pork Packing Plant, Creamery,
Cement Plant, Steam Laundry, Wholesale Houses.
HALBRITE, SASK.—Pop. 350. (Tributary pop. 300). 109 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 418,000 bushels of grain and 300 hogs last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 80,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 2 Banks, 3
General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry
Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2
Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, 2 Blacksmiths, Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmith,
Shoemaker, Painter, Undertaker.
Require Flour Mill, Lawyer.
MIDALE, SASK.—Pop. 250. (Tributary pop. 400). 119 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 426,200 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 80,000
bushels; Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 2 Banks, 2 General Stores, Drug
Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, 2 Livery
Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, 2 Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmiths
Shops, Pool Room, 2 Doctors, Dentist, Newspaper.
MACOUN, SASK.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 400). 127 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 396,450 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 130,000
bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 3 General Stores,
Shoe Store, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Millinery Store
Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants,
Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer,
Doctor, Laundry, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, 2 Painters, 6 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Flour Mill, Creamery, Cement and Brick Plants, Dentist, Lawyer, Fruit
Store.
HITCHCOCK, SASK.—Pop. 85. (Tributary pop. 400). 136 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 121,500 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 60,000
bushels; 2 General Stores, Hotel, Blacksmith Shop, Butcher Shop, Lumber Yard,
2 Implement Stores, Livery and Feed Barn.
Require Barber Shop.
ESTEVAN, SASK.—Pop. 1,500. (Tributary pop. 2,500). 145 miles from Moose
Jaw on the Souris River. A divisional point. Estevan Coal & Brick Co. is
situate at this point and produces Lignite Coal at a daily average of 83 tons,
employs about 150 men. Coal is very satisfactory for burning clay ware and a
Brick Plant with a capacity of 75,000 bricks per day is operated in connection
with the mine. There is also the Shand Coal Mining Co., which is operating three*
miles distant. Handled 315,800 bushels of grain last season. Has 6 Elevators,
capacity 173,000 bushels; Flour Mill, Brick Plant, Electric Light Plant, Telephone,
3 Lumber Yards, 5 Hotels, 3 Banks, 6 General Stores, Clothing Store, 2 Drug
Stores, 3 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, 2 Millinery
Stores, 2 Newspapers, 2 Livery Stables, 3 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 3 Restaurants, Confectioner, 2 Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, 3 Pool Rooms,
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2 Photographers, 3 Doctors, Dentist, 2 Lawyers, Tinsmith, Tailor, 2 Painters,
3 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Pottery Manufactory, Creamery, Cement Plant, Steam Laundry, Machine
Shop.
ROCHE PERCEE, SASK.—On Souris River. Pop. 350. 154 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 87,000 bushels of grain last year. The Great West Coal Co., of Canada,
is situate three miles from the Town, producing Lignite Coal at the rate of 20 tons
in summer and 60 tons a day in winter. The Roche Percee Coal Mining Co. is
producing Lignite Coal at the rate of 300 tons a day in winter and 100 tons a day
in summer. Has Hotel, 2 General Stores, Feed Store, Farm Implement Store,
Livery Stable, Pool Room.
Require Brick Plant, Laundry, Blacksmith, Doctor, Hardware Store, Harness
Store, Confectioner, Restaurant.
PINTO, SASK.—Pop. 100. 159 miles from Moose Jaw. Here are situate Large
Lignite Coal Mines in active operation. There are also stated to be clay deposits
suitable for brick making.    Has General Store.
NORTH PORTAL, SASK.—On International Boundary. Pop. 200. (Tributary pop.
700). 168 miles from Moose Jaw. Has Stock Yards, Elevator, capacity 30,000
bushels; 2 General Stores, Meat Market.
FORWARD SUB-DIVISION
A new branch now under construction in a westerly direction from Weyburn to
Lethbridge.    The line is under operation as far as Forward, and expected to be in
operation to Ogema early in 1911.
TATAQUA, SASK.—7 miles from Weyburn.    Handled 40,000 bushels of grain last
season.    Has Elevator.
Openings for all lines of business.
YEOMANS, SASK.—Pop. 50. 11 miles from Weyburn. Handled 123,000 bushels
of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 78,000 bushels; 3 Lumber Yards,
Restaurant, 2 Implement Houses, General Store, Dry Goods Store, Hardware
Store, Livery Stable.
TROSSACHS, SASK.—Pop. 60. 17 miles from Weyburn. Handled 151,000 bushels
of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 80,000 bushels; 3 Lumber Yards,
2 General Stores, 2 Implement Houses, Restaurant, Blacksmith, Livery Stable.
FORWARD, SASK.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 500). 26 miles from Weyburn.
Handled 167,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 75,000
bushels; 4 General Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, Bank, 2 Restaurants, 3 Lumber
Yards, Drug Store, 2 Doctors, 2 Feed Stores, Livery Barn.
Require Dentist, Butcher, Hotel, Newspaper, Jeweller, Baker, Shoemaker, Tailor,
Gents' Furnishings.
KHEDIVE, SASK.—31 miles from Weyburn.    A new town in which there are openings
for all lines of business.
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PANGMAN,   SASK.—Pop.   60.    (Tributary  pop.   1,000).    Has   Elevator   capacity
30,000 bushels, Restaurant, 2 General Stores, Hardware Store, Doctor, Lumber
Yard.
Require Blacksmith, Hotel, Shoemaker, Harness Store.
AMULET, SASK.—Pop. 40.    (Tributary pop. 500).    45 miles from Weyburn.    Has
General Store, Hardware Store, Restaurant, Lumber Yard.
Require Blacksmith, Feed Store, Doctor, Harness Store, Shoemaker, Lawyer.
OGEMA, SASK.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 52 miles from Weyburn.
Has 4 General Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, Harness Shop, 2 Livery Stables, Bank,
Doctor, Restaurant, Feed Store, 2 Lumber Yards.
Require Lawyer, Elevators, Hotel, Shoemaker, Newspaper, Blacksmith, Implement Agency, Photographer.
OUTLOOK SUB-DIVISION
BELBECK, SASK.—9 miles from Moose Jaw. In well settled district. Handled
93,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has Elevator, capacity 60,000 bushels.
TUXFORD, SASK.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 800). 16 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 440,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 153,000
bushels; Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, Drug Store,
2 Hardware Stores, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market,
Barber Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Pool
Room, Doctor, Furniture Store, Dressmaker.
Require Shoemaker, Veterinary Surgeon.
MARQUIS, SASK.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 300). 23 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 270,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 100,000
bushels; 2 General Stores, Barber Shop, Pool Room, Restaurant, Implement
Store, Lumber Yard, 2 Coal Yards, Doctor, Livery Barn.
KEELER, SASK.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 300). 31 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 369,000 bushels of grain last year. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 80,000
bushels; Lumber Yard, Barber, Pool Room, 2 General Stores, Restaurant, Well
Drilling Co., Drug Store, Blacksmith Shop, Butcher, Livery Stable, Feed Store, 2
Implement Stores, Hardware and Tin Store.
Require Doctor, Hotel, Bakery, Laundry.
BROWNLEE, SASK.—Pop. 250. (Tributary pop. 3,000). 37 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 472,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 120,000
bushels; Hotel, Bank, 2 Lumber Yards, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware
Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop,
Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmiths Shop, Pool Room, Doctor,
Tinsmith, Painter, 5 Carpenters.
Require Jeweller.
EYEBROW, SASK.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 300). 45 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 428,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 110,000
bushels; 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware
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Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market,
Barber Shop, Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Pool Rooms, Doctor,
Lawyer, Tailor, Laundry.
TUGASKE, SASK.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 4,000). 53 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 352,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 105,000
bushels; 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware
Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Confectionery Store, Jewelry Store, 2 Livery
Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, Furniture Store, Laundry,
Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmith. Central Butte,
20 miles west, is a large townsite drawing supplies from this point.
Require  Lawyer.
BRIDGEFORD, SASK.—Pop. 80. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 61 miles from Moose
Jaw. Handled 239,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity
60,000 bushels; 2 Implement Stores, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, Harness Shop,
Hardware Store, Lumber Yard, Livery and Feed Stable, Blacksmith.
Require Doctor, Veterinary Surgeon, Hardware Store, Pool Room, Barber.
ELBOW, SASK.—Pop. 450. (Tributary pop. 3,500). 77 miles from Moose Jaw.
Very prettily situated on the banks of the Saskatchewan River in an excellent
farming district. Handled 492,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators,
capacity 85,000 bushels; 2 Lumber Yards, 3 Hotels, Bank, 4 General Stores,
2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, Furniture Store, Oil Co., 5 Farm Implement
Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Doctor, 3 Flour and Feed Stores, 2 Harness Shops,
Veterinary Surgeon, 2 Carpenters, 2 Jewellers   Newspaper.
Require Flour Mill, Sash and Door Factory, Electric Light, Boot and Shoe Store,
Men's Furnishings, Tailor, Lawyer, Dentist.
LOREBURN, SASK.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 400). 85 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 248,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 120,000
bushels; 2 Implement Houses, 3 General Stores, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Meat Markets,
Hotel, Restaurant, Flour and Feed Store, Hardware Store, Drug Store, Doctor,
Laundry, 3 Coal Merchants, Book Store, Blacksmith.
Require Livery Barn, Gent's Furnishings, Butcher's Store, Printing Office.
STRONGFIELD, SASK.—Pop. 50. (Tributary pop. 400). 91 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 59,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 84,000
bushels; 2 Lumber Yards, General Store, Restaurant, Flour and Feed Store,
Hardware Store, Blacksmith, Livery Stable, 2 Implement Stores.
Require Doctor, Drug Store, Hotel.
HAWARDEN, SASK.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 600). 97 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 27,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 55,000
bushels; 2 Lumber Yards, 2 General Stores, Barber Shop, Restaurant, 3 Implement Stores, Hardware Store, Bank, Drug Store, Meat Market, Pool Room,
Laundry, Hotel, Blacksmith Shop, Livery Barn, Harness Store.
Require Doctor, Machine Shop.
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GLENSIDE, SASK.—Pop. 50.    (Tributary pop. 350).    108 miles from Moose Jaw.
Handled 216,700 bushels of grain last season.    Has 2 Elevators, capacity 50,000
bushels; 2 General Stores, Hardware Store, Bank, Hotel, Livery Stable, Blacksmith Shop, 2 Lumber Yards, Barber Shop, Pool Room.
Require Baker, Laundry, Drug Store, Doctor.
ST. ALDWYN, SASK.—(Broderick). Pop. 350. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 114 miles
from Moose Jaw. Handled 350,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 150,000 bushels; Doctor, Hardware Store, 4 General Stores, Drug
Store, 2 Hotels, Butcher Shop, 4 Implement Dealers, Blacksmith, Laundry,
Restaurant, 2 Lumber Yards, Bank, 2 Livery Stables.
Require Flour and Grist Mill, Barber Shop, Gent's Furnishings, Machine and
Repair Shop, Auto Garage, Dentist, Photographer.
OUTLOOK, SASK.—Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 2,500). 120 miles from Moose Jaw.
A new Town and the present terminus of this Branch. Is rapidly developing
and indications are for excellent opportunities. A Bridge across the Saskatchewan River is being constructed and will make a large country west of the River
tributary to this Town. The line is under construction to Kerr Robert and
Macklin, and later is to meet the Branch running East from Lacombe. Handled
460,000 bushels of grain last year. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 110,000 bushels;
Flour Mill, capacity 150 bbls.; 3 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 4 Banks, 4 General
Stores, Drug Store, 3 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores, Newspaper,
4 Livery Stables, Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops, 5 Restaurants, Confectioner,
2 Harness Shops, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, 2 Doctors, 3 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, 2 Tailors, 2 Painters, 4 Contractors, 2 Jewellers, Dentist, 2 Veterinary
Surgeons, 2 Gent's Furnishings, 4 Laundries.
Require Creamery, Brick and Cement Plants, Dressmaker.
OUTLOOK WEST SUB-DIVISION
The Bridge across the Saskatchewan River at Outlook, now under construction,
and which will in all probability be open for traffic early in 1911, enables connection to be made with the new Towns below mentioned. This line connects at Kerrobert with that running south-east from Macklin, on the new Winnipeg-Edmonton
Main Line,    (see page 74).
There will be openings in all lines of business in these Towns and intending
investors are requested to communicate with the Industrial Department, Winnipeg,
for further particulars.
CONQUEST, SASK.—10 miles from Outlook.
BOUNTY,  SASK.—15 miles from Outlook.
MILDEN, SASK.—23 miles from Outlook.
SOVEREIGN, SASK.—32   miles  from  Outlook.
RIENZI, SASK.—40 miles from Outlook.
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ANGLIA, SASK.—54 miles from Outlook.
HERSCHEL, SASK.—63 miles from Outlook.
STRANRAER, SASK.—70 miles from Outlook.
PLENTY, SASK.—79 miles from Outlook.
DRUID, SASK.—87 miles from Outlook.
ERMINE, SASK.—95 miles from Outlook.
KERROBERT, SASK.—104 miles from Outlook.      (See page 75).
REGINA-BULYEA SUB-DIVISION
A new line under construction on which the undermentioned towns will be situate
and in which there will be openings for all lines of business:
This line connects at Craven with the line running north to Colonsay (see page
71).
ALBATROSS, SASK.—7  miles  from  Regina.
BRORA, SASK.—10 miles from Regina.
DANTE, SASK.—13 miles from Regina.
CRAVEN, SASK.—20 miles from Regina.
SILTON, SASK.—30 miles from Regina.
GIBBS, SASK.—38 miles from Regina.
CRAVEN-COLONSAY SUB-DIVISION
A new line under construction on which the undermentioned towns will be situate
and in which there will be openings for all lines of business.
At Craven this line joins with the branch from Bulyea running into Regina.
KEDDLESTON, SASK.—40. miles from Regina.
DILKE, SASK.—17 miles from Regina.
HOLDFAST, SASK.—56 miles from Regina.
PENZANCE, SASK.—64 miles from Regina.
LIBERTY, SASK.—70 miles from Regina.
STALWART, SASK.—76 miles from Regina.
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IMPERIAL, SASK.—84 miles from Regina.
SIMPSON, SASK.—91 miles from Regina.
AMAZON, SASK.—98 miles from Regina.
RENOWN, SASK.—104 miles from Regina.
APOLLO, SASK.—110 miles from Regina.
RADIUM, SASK.—112 miles from Regina.
YOUNG, SASK.—117 miles from Regina.
ZANGWELL, SASK.—123 miles from Regina.
FORSLUND, SASK.—128 miles from Regina.
COLONSAY, SASK.—133 miles from Regina.     (See page 71).
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PROVINCE  OF ALBERTA
The Province of Alberta with the Rocky Mountains as its Western boundary
extends north and south from the 49th parallel to the 60th, comprising 162,285,600*3
acres in area.    Of this 1,510,400 acres is the estimated area of the Lakes and RiversJ
leaving 160,775,200 acres of land.   .
Over 100,000,000 acres of this area are exceptionally fertile lands, and in 1909
only 1,212,644 acres were brought under cultivation.   The population at the last!
census (1906) was 184,000, the estimated population is now over 350,000.
The principal Rivers of the Province are the North and South Saskatchewan,
The Bow, the Red Deer and in the Northern half the Peace River and the Athabaska!
the former being easily navigable for a distance of 800 miles, while the latter hass
for 90 miles a succession of rapids which will furnish inestimable quantities of power. I
The more notable Lakes are the Athabaska (2,842 square miles), Lesser Slave
Lake (480 square miles), and Lac la Biche (125 square miles), but in addition to g
these there are numerous smaller lakes, rivers and streams, several of the lakes being |
already favored as summer resorts.
In some portions of Southern Alberta, irrigation has been found beneficial,
and the question of irrigation of large tracts of land was taken up soon after the dry j
years which followed 1892. The Government went into the matter fully, the result I
being that a well considered and comprehensive law was passed dealing with the whole j
subject, a system of surveys was instituted with the result that there is now a defined j
area under irrigation, with further irrigation under way.
This Company's Irrigation Block comprises a total area of 3,000,000 acres of
which 1,133,411 will eventually come under the ditch.    It is divided into three sections, j
the Western containing 240,000 being already completed.    A huge dam is under con- j
struction at Bassano which will supply water for 353,411 acres of the Eastern Section.
Rough estimate of total expense of completing the three sections, $18,000,000.    This
includes an appropriation of $12,000,000 passed last January, to be expended on the
completion of the Central and Eastern Sections.    When completed it is estimated that
the number of miles of main and secondary canals will run approximately to 4,000. i
The irrigable areas produce luxuriant yields of alfalfa and other fodder crops sugar
beets, malting barley, field peas and all high grade crops grown on farms where dairy?' j
ing, poultry and stock-raising are practiced.    The non-irrigable areas are well adapted
to the production of winter wheat and other cereals, and apart from this, produce the
world's finest pasture.
All inquiries in connection with the irrigated lands should be addressed to J. S.
Dennis, Manager Irrigated Lands, Canadian Pacific Railway Co., Calgary, Alta.
The grain yield of the Province for the year 1909, in accordance with the report
of the Provincial Department of Agriculture was:
SPRING WHEAT    6,155,455 bushels
WINTER WHEAT     2,312,344 |
OATS     24,819,661
BARLEY  3,310,332 "
FLAX  131,531
' SPELTZ  6,369 "
RYE  25,801 "
TOTAL   36,761,493 bushels
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■from a total crop area of 1,212,644 acres. The variety of winter wheat most extensively produced in Alberta is a hard wheat knoWn as "Alberta Red" being an improved
■variety of "Kansas Turkey Red" and it has now become of world-wide fame.
The estimated acreage under crop for 1910 is put at 1,552,933 acres.
Cattle ranching is carried on extensively, the total number of cattle in the Pro-
Ivince for the year 1908 being:
MILCH COWS   110,357
OTHER HORNED CATTLE  934,326
HORSES  246,922
SHEEP AND LAMBS     16L979
SWINE  115,769
TOTAL   1,569,353
Coal Mining is carried on extensively; the total output for the Province in
•the year 1909, being, 2,174,329 tons of coal. There are 121 mines in operation,
[employing 3,893 persons inside the mines and 1,314 outside. 87,812 tons of coke
Iwere produced and 89,785 tons of Briquettes. A glance at the Geographical Map,
Issued by the Department of Mines, Ottawa, will show the enormous coal areas which
■underlie this Province.
The central and unopened northern portions of the Province are particularly well
[adapted for mixed farming. Stock-raising and grain-growing are practised with
•equal success; dairying and poultry farming also offer every opportunity. The wide
Southern prairies which were formerly held for ranching only, have, on repeated
[trials, proved to be a rich grain country, whose winter wheat (the Alberta Red) has
[already won fame over the continent.
In 1909 there were 51 creameries and 11 cheese factories in operation. The total
lvalue of the butter made in the creameries and the cheese in the cheese factories,
[together with an estimate of the butter made in the private dairies, is placed at
($800,000. The estimated value for 1910 with 53 creameries and 13 cheese factories,
[together with the private dairies is, $1,000,000.
The climate is dry and the atmosphere clear; the rainfall is light; while brac-
[ing air and long hours of sunshine are met with in every part of the Province. The
[winter in the North is cold, but unaccompanied by winds and so is not penetrating;
[while in the South it is a season of bright, cloudless days, with scanty snowfall, broken
[by periods of warm weather when the Chinooks drift in through the Mountain passes.
[This warm, dry wind coming from the Pacific, "eats" up the snow in a remarkable way,
[leaving the ground frequently bare during the winter months.
Transportation facilities, both for passengers and merchandise, are excellent
[and every year adds to the ease with which persons may perform journeys over
[long distances.
It will be readily understood that with the large and increasing number of settlers
[coming into the Province each year, the necessity for the establishment of new busi-
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nesses and the opening up of industries is of paramount importance. A glance at the
information compiled in this book will enable business people to ascertain present
developments and requirements.
MAIN LINE
WALSH, ALTA.—Pop. 250, (tributary pop. 1,400). 625 miles west of Winnipeg.
Handled 36,000 bushels of grain, 304 horses, 1,770 cattle and 5,647 sheep last
season. Has grain warehouse, capacity 5,000 bushels, Stock-yards, 2 Lumber
Yards, 3 General Stores, Hotel, 2 Livery Stables, Restaurant, Blacksmith's Shop.
Require Fruit and Confectionery Store.
IRVINE, ALTA.—Pop.' 350 (Tributary pop. 1,800). 636 miles west of Winnipeg.
Handled 233,000 bushels of grain, 59 horses, 296 cattle, 1,071 sheep last season.
Has 2 Elevators, capacity 39,000 bushels; Lumber Yard, 2 Hotels, 3 General
Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop,
2 Blacksmith's Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, 1 Doctor, 2 Carpenters.
Require Brick Plant, Drug Store, Shoemaker, Dentist, Restaurant, Fruit Store.
DUNMORE JCT— Pop. 150.    651 miles west of Winnipeg.    Junction with the Crowsnest Branch.    Handled 526 horses, 4,376 cattle.    Has Stockyards, General Store,
2 Restaurants, Pool Room, Barber Shop, Hotel.    Natural gas is used for heating
and lighting.    Large Brick Plant employing 150 men.
Require Dry Goods Store, Boot and Shoe Store, Flour and Feed Store.
M EDICINE HAT, ALTA.—On the banks of the South Saskatchewan River. Pop. 7000
(Tributary pop. 15,000). 658 miles west of Winnipeg. A Divisional Point.
Handled 2,332 horses, 266 cattle last season. Is in the centre of the Natural Gas
Field, many wells being in operation at the present time for manufacturing and
industrial purposes, as well as domestic use; the cost to the former is 5c. per 1000
cubic feet and to the latter 13£c. per 1000 cubic feet. Has large brick yards and
Sewer Pipe Plant employing 200 men. Rolling Mills are being erected, Large
Flour Mills producing 200 bbls. per day, Elevator capacity 60,000 bushels, Stockyards, Cement Block Plant, Telephone, 4 Banks, 3 Newspapers and the many
necessary retail businesses.
There are openings for Foundry, Biscuit Factory, Cereal Mills, Woolen Factory,
Smelting Works, Glass Factory, Clothing Factory and all lines of manufactory
where cheap power is an essential factor.
REDCLIFF, ALTA.—Pop. 600. 664 miles West of Winnipeg. A new Town on the
Saskatchewan River. Has Elevator, capacity 30,000 bushels; Flour Mill,
capacity 150 bbls. daily; Sash and Door Works, Foundry and Machine Shop,
Saw Mill Machinery, Large and Up-to-date Brick Plant producing common pressed, and glazed fire-proof brick; Coal Mine, daily capacity 400 tons, employing 60
men; Natural Gas, 2 wells producing 2 million feet per day; 2 Grocery Stores,
General Store, Pool Room, Barber Shop, Hotel, Lumber Yard, Bakery,Restaurant.
Require Doctor, Lawyer, Dentist and many other lines.
SUFFIELD, ALTA.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 75). 683 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 700 cattle last season. Has Stock Yards, 2 General Stores, Hardware
Store, Pool Room, Restaurant, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Livery Stable.    Gas well
being drilled.
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CARLSTADT, ALTA.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 200). 693 miles West of Winnipeg. Has 3 General Stores, 3 Hardware Stores, Harness Shop, Drug Store,
Jeweller, 2 Shoe Stores, 2 Confectioners, Bakery, Hotel, 3 Restaurants, Pool Room,
2 Blacksmiths, 3 Lumber Yards, 2 Livery Barns, 2 Doctors.
BROOKS, ALTA.—Pop. 250. (Tributary pop. 300). 724 miles West of Winnipeg.
An extensive coal mine is opening up south of this point. Shipped 261 horses
and 5,712 cattle last year. Has Natural Gas, Stock Yards, 3 General Stores,
2 Hardware Stores, Druggist, Hotel, Restaurant, Pool Room, 2 Barber Shops, 2
Lumber Yards, Shoemaker, Harness Shop, 2 Banks, Butcher Shop, 2 Livery
Barns, Newspaper and Printing Office.
Require Doctor, Laundry, Lawyer.
BASSANO, ALTA.—Pop. 500. (Tributary pop. 400). 755 miles West of Winnipeg.
(In Irrigation District). Has 3 Lumber Yards, 4 General Stores, 2 Livery Stables,
Carpenter, Bank, Meat Market, Gent's Furnishing, 2 Confectionery Stores,
Hotel, Hardware Store, Tinshop, Blacksmith Shop, Drug Store, Newspaper and
. Printing Office.
Require Tailor, Laundry.
CLUNY, ALTA.—-774 miles West of Winnipeg.    A ranching point.    Has General
Store.
Require Blacksmith, Livery Stable and Hotel.
GLEICHEN, ALTA.—Pop. 900. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 782 miles West'of Winnipeg. Handled 325,000 bushels of grain, 1,807 horses, 1,406 cattle and 143 hogs
last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 85,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 3 Lumber
Yards, 2 Hotels, 3 General Stores, 2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 5 Farm
Implement Stores, Newspaper, 3 Livery Stables, Meat Market 2 Barber Shops, 3
Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms,
2 Doctors, Tinsmith, Lawyer, Gent's Furnishings, Fruit Store, Shoemaker 2
Painters, 5 Carpenters, Undertaker, 2 Veterinary Surgeons.
Require Flour and Feed Mill, Creamery, Dentist.
NAMAKA, ALTA.—Pop. 50. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 795 miles West of Winnipeg.
There are five coal mines in this district operated by the Indians; output about
100 tons daily; numerous Lakes in the vicinity. Handled 42,000 bushels of grain
last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 50,000 bushels; 3 General Stores, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Hotel, Music Store, Livery, Lumber Yard, Butcher
Shop, Implement Store.
Require Barber, Lawyer, Doctor, Flour or Oatmeal Mill, Baker.
STRATHMORE, ALTA.—Pop. 550. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 803 miles West of
Winnipeg. Handled 37,000 bushels, of grain, 100 horses and 9,767 cattle last
year. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 105,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 2 Lumber Yards,
Hotel, 2 Banks, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, 4 Boarding Houses, 3 Hardware
Stores, 5 Farm Implement Stores, 3 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber
Shops, 3 Restaurants, 2 Harness Shops, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms,
Doctor, Shoemaker, 4 Painting Contractors, 4 Building Contractors, Baker and
Confectioner,  Newspaper,  Jeweller,  Laundry,  Men's Clothing,  Grocery  Store,
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Headquarters of C.P.R. Irrigation Dept. for District; C.P.R. Demonstration and
Supply Farm-
Require Ladies' Dry Goods, Milliner, Dentist.
CHEADLE, ALTA.—Pop. 50.    (Tributary pop. 100).    810 miles West of Winnipeg.
Handled 51,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has Elevator, capacity 35,000-.
bushels; 2 General Stores, Hardware Store, Lumber Yard, Restaurant, 2 Implement Stores, Blacksmith Shop, Livery Barn, Pool Room, Boarding House.
Require Barber Shop, Hotel, Butcher, Drug Store, Elevator..
LANGDON, ALTA.—Pop.'400. (Tributary pop. 4,000). 817 miles West of Winnipeg.
In centre of Irrigation District. Junction with new line running North to Acme
which taps a good grain growing country. Handled 167,000 bushels of grain
last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 85,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 2 Lumber;
Yards, Hotel, Bank, 2 General Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 Grocers, Drug Store,':
4 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, 2 Restaurants, Bakery,
Doctor, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Carpenter.
Require Shoemaker, Tinsmith, Barber.
SHEPARD, ALTA.—Pop. 100.    (Tributary pop. 2,000).    827 miles from Winnipeg.;
Handled 48,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has Elevator, capacity 30,000
bushels; 2 General Stores.
Require Lumber and Coal Yard.
CALGARY, ALTA.—Pop. 45,000. (Surrounding country well settled). 838 miles
West of Winnipeg. Junction with the Edmonton and McLeod Branches. 9,991
horses, 2,361 cattle, 495 sheep and 211 hogs were handled during 1909. A divisional point. Is the largest wholesale distributing center between Winnipeg and
the Pacific Coast. Municipally owned Electric Railway; Large Stock Yards,
Cheap Steam, Gas and Electric Power for manufacturing purposes. The Natural
Gas Well is estimated to produce from 500,000 to 1,000,000 cubic feet of gas per
day. There are manufactories producing Beer, Biscuits, Boxes, Breakfast
Foods, Bricks, Beds, Building Materials, Confectionery, Cigars, Cement, Cement
Blocks, Coffee and Spices, Harness, Iron and Metal Work, Leather Goods, Malt
Mattresses, Macaroni, Meat Products, Soap, Show Cases, Saddlery,Tents, Wagons,
etc. Has 62 exclusively wholesale houses covering all lines of trade, and 59
other houses which carry on jointly a wholesale and retail business. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 657,900 bushels; 2 Flour Mills, daily capacity 900 barrels; Cement
Works, daily capacity 1,500 barrels; Oatmeal and Cereal Mill, daily capacity
200 barrels; Abattoir and Meat Packing Plant; 18 Chartered Banks; 3 Daily and
4 Weekly Newspapers, and a full line of retail businesses.
Openings for Manufactories of Beet Sugar, Boots and Shoes, Bags, Binder Twine,
Brushes and Brooms, Butter, Cheese, Condensed Milk, Furniture, Farm Machinery, Paints and Oils, Tar and Building Paper, Stoves and Furnaces and many
other lines.
GLENBOW, ALTA.—856 miles West of Winnipeg. Here is situate a large Stone
Quarry and Cutting Plant, employing 175 men.
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COCHRANE, ALTA.—Pop. 350. (Tributary pop. 1,400). 861 miles West of Winnipeg. Sandstone Quarry and Bituminous Coal Mine now in course of development. Shipped 314 horses and 3,332 cattle last year. Has Stock Yards, 4
Brick Plants, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank, 3 General Stores,
Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, 3 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets,
Barber Shop, Restaurant, 2 Confectioners, Blacksmith, Pool Room, Doctor,
Painter, 2 Firms of Carpenters, Newspaper.
Require Flour Mill with small Elevator in connection, Cheese Factory, Creamery,
Lawyer, Drug Store, Tailor, Shoemaker, Furniture Store and Undertaker.
EXSHAW, ALTA.—Pop. 600. 895 miles West of Winnipeg. Western Canada
Cement and Coal Company own plant and townsite and carry on large' Cement
Manufactory. Estimated capacity of plant 2,000 barrels per day, employing
300 men. Has General Store, Hotel, Livery Stable, Pool Room, Blacksmith
Shop.
Require Doctor.
CANMORE, ALTA.—Pop. 1,000. . 905 miles West of Winnipeg. On Bow River.
Has 2 Hotels, 3 General Stores, Meat Market, Photographer, Doctor. A Coal
Mining Town. The W. H. McNeill Co., Ltd., mine produces^Bituminous Coal
at the rate of 800 tons per day, and employs 550 men.
Require Barber.
BANKHEAD, ALTA.—Pop. 1,100. A mining town adjoining Canadian National
Park and two and one-half miles from Lake Minnewauka. 917 miles West of
Winnipeg. Has Electric Light Plant, 2 Hotels, General Store, Meat Market,
Barber Shop, Pool Room, Doctor, Laundry. The Bankhead Mines, Limited,
operate at this point, producing semi-anthracite coal, employing 540 men, average
daily tonnage 650 tons. Briquette Plant, employing 22 men, producing 500
tons daily.
Require Lime and Brick Plant.
BANFF, ALTA.—Pop. 500. 920 miles West of Winnipeg. Hab Electric L?t»nt Plant,
Telephone, Lumber Yard, 6 Hotels, Bank, 2 General Stores, Drug Store, Jewelry
Store, Newspaper, 4 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, 2 Blacksmiths, 2 Pool Rooms, 3 Photographers, 3 Doctors, Dentist, Tinsmith,
Tailor, Painter, 5 Carpenters. Banff is one of the most beautiful summer resorts
in Western Canada.
LANGDON-NORTH SUB-DIVISION
INVERLAKE, ALTA.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 500). 6 miles from Langdon.
Has 3 General Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, Hotel, t Doctor, Drug Store, Bank
Livery Stable, Butcher.
DALROY, ALTA.—A new town.    12 miles from Langdon.
Openings for all lines of business.
KEOMA, ALTA.—A new town.    18 miles from Langdon.
Openings for all lines of business.
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IRRICANA, ALTA.—Pop.   150.    (Tributary  pop.   300).    25  miles  from  Langdon.
Handled 500 cattle last season.    Has Stock Yards, 3 General Stores, 2 Hardware
Stores, Drug Stores, Hotel, Restaurant, Bank, 2 Lumber Yards, 3 Livery Barns,
Doctor.
Require Bakery, Harness Maker.
Note.—A line is under construction east from this point which will open new
territory for business enterprise, the towns at present named being Craigdhu,
Swastika, Nightingale, Tudor, Danaview.
BEISEKER, ALTA.—A new town.    31 miles from Langdon.
Openings for all lines of business.
ACME, ALTA.—Pop. 175. (Tributary pop. 200). 39 miles from Langdon the present
terminus of this Branch. Handled 27,000 bushels of grain and 1,000 cattle last
season.    Has Elevator, capacity 30,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 4 General Stores,
2 Hardware Stores, Drug Store, 2 Restaurants, Hotel, Pool Room, Bank, 2 Livery
Barns, 3 Lumber Yards, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Jewelry Stores, Boot and Shoe
Store, Laundry, Tailor Shop, 3 Implement Stores, Butcher Shop, Printing Office,
3 Contractors, Tinsmith.
Require Baker, Dentist, Photographer, Painter and Decorator, Confectioner.
EDMONTON SUB-DIVISION
AIRDRIE, ALTA.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 700). 20 miles from Calgary.
Handled 56,000 bushels of grain last season, 122 horses, 1,376 cattle. Has 2
Elevators of 65,000 bushels capacity; Stock Yards, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards,
Hotel, Bank, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement
Stores, Jewelry Store, Newspaper, Livery Stable, Meat Market Barber Shop, 3
Blacksmiths Shops, Doctor, Painter, 4 Carpenters, Pool Room, Restaurant,
Laundry, Auto Livery.
Require Creamery, Harness Store, Furniture Store, Lawyer, Dressmaker, Milliner,
Shoemaker.
CROSSFIELD, ALTA.—Pop. 350. (Tributary pop. 4,000). 29 miles from Calgary.
Handled 240,000 bushels of grain last season, 112 horses, 3,367 cattle and 270 hogs.
Has 3 Elevators, capacity 68,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Creamery (not operated),
2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 3 General Stores, Clothes Store, Drug Store,
Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Newspaper, Livery Stable, Meat
Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Doctor,
Visiting Dentist, Tailor, Painter, Carpenters.
Require Creamery to be operated, Brick and Cement Plant (good stone quarries
here), Furniture Store, Undertaker, Shoe Repairer.
CARSTAIRS, ALTA.—Pop. 700. (Tributary pop. 3,000. 40 miles from Calgary. Handled 439,000 bushels of grain last season, 4,544 cattle, 347 horses and 3,590 hogs.
The Knee Hill Coal Mine is 40 miles east of this point and the Little Red Deer
Mine is 28 miles west. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 185,000 bushels; Stock Yards,
Creamery, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 2 Banks, 3 General Stores, 2
Gent's Furnishings, Shoe Store, Drug Store, 2 Hardware and 6 Farm Implement
Stores,   Newspaper,   2 Livery   Stables,   2 Meat Markets,   2 Barber   Shops, 3
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Restaurants and Confectionery, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool
Room, 2 Doctors, Dentist, Veterinary Surgeon, Lawyer, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, Tailor, Painter and Decorator, 3 Contractors, Undertaker.
Require Flour Mill. Good opening for earthenware plant (have excellent clay
for finest pottery), Brick Plant,  Steam Laundry, Dressmaker, Photographer.
DIDSBURY, ALTA.—Pop. 1,000. (Tributary pop. 5,000). 47 miles from Calgary.
Handled 371,000 bushels of grain, 209 horses, 4,442 cattle and 4,398 hogs last
season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 170,000 bushels; Flour Mill, Creamery,
Brick Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank, 3 General Stores,
Clothes and Shoe Store, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 6 Farm Implement Stores,
Jewelry Store, 2 Millinery Stores, Newspaper, 3 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets,
Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 3 Blacksmiths Shops,
Pool Room, Photographer, 2 Doctors, Dentist, Lawyer, Tinsmith, Shoemaker,
Tailor, 3 Painters, 6 Carpenters, Undertaker, Furniture Store.
Require Electric Light Plant, Cement Plant.
OLDS, ALTA.—Pop. 1,050. (Tributary pop. 1,200). 57 miles from Calgary.
Handled 147,000 bushels of grain, 506 horses, 4,625 cattle, 271 sheep and 2,203
hogs last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 77,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Creamery, Cement Block Plant, Telephone, 3 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 2 Boarding
Houses, 2 Banks, 3.General Stores, Clothing Store, 2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware
Stores, 5 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper,
4 Livery Stables, Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops, 3 Restaurants-, 3 Confectioners,
Harness Shop, 4 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 2 Doctors,
Dentist, 3 Lawyers, 3 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, 2 Tailors, Painters, Carpenters,
Undertaker, Flour and Feed Store, Musical Instrument Store.
Require Flour Mill, Box Factory, Lighting Plant (water power could be developed
from Little Red Deer River), Brick Plant, Laundry.
BOWDEN, ALTA.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 68 miles from Calgary.
Handled 10,000 bushels of grain last season, 298 cattle and 260 hogs. Has Elevator, capacity 32,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel,
Bank, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 2 Farm Implement Stores,
Jewelry Store, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Restaurant, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Doctor, Tinsmith, 2 Carpenters, Laundry, Creamery.
Require Flour Mill, Cement Plant, Shoe Shop.
INNISFAIL, ALTA.—Pop. 1,000. (Tributary pop. 4,000). 76 miles from Calgary.
Is the centre of a thriving mixed farming district. Land is well watered and of
good quality. Ranching has always been one of the main industries of this
district. Handled 100,000 bushels of grain last season and 473 horses, 3,801
cattle, 100 sheep, and 2,749 hogs. Has an Elevator, capacity 35,000 bushels;
Stock Yards, 3 Creameries, Brick Plant, Telephone, 3 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels,
2 Banks, 3 General Stores, Clothes Store, 2 Drug Stores, Hardware Store, 4 Farm
Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets,
2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, Confectioner, Harness Maker, 3 Blacksmiths
Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 3 Doctors, Dentist, 2 Lawyers, Tinsmith,
Shoemaker, Tailor, Painter, 2 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Lighting Plant and Pork Packing Plant.
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PENHOLD, ALTA.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 84 miles from Calgary.
There are lignite coal deposits on Red Deer River 4 miles west. Handled 50,000
bushels of grain last season, 504 cattle and 525 hogs. Has Elevator, Grain Warehouse, capacity 38,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Lumber Yard, Hotel, 2 General
Stores, Hardware Store, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market,
Blacksmith Shop, Flour and Feed Store.
Require Doctor, Drug Store, Creamery, Cement Plant.
RED DEER, ALTA.—Pop. 2,500. (Tributary pop. 6,000). 94 miles from Calgary
on the Red Deer River; is a large and well settled country devoted to farming
and cattle raising. Handled 192,000 bushels of grain, 468 horses, 1,920 cattle and
3,150 hogs last season. Coal is abundant in the immediate district and there are
good water, light and Telephone systems installed. Has 2 Elevators, capacity
100,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Creamery, 2 Implement Factories, 2 Brick Plants,
Electric Light Plant, Telephone, 3 Lumber Yards, 5 Hotels, 4 Banks, 5 General
Stores, 3 Clothes Stores, 2 Shoe Stores, 2 Drug Stores, Hardware Store, 3 Farm
Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, 2 Millinery Stores, 2 Newspapers, 5 Livery
Stables, 3 Meat Markets, 3 Barber Shops, 5 Restaurants, 4 Confectionery and
Fruit, Stores 2 Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmiths, Pool Room, Photographer, 4
Doctors, 2 Dentists, 5 Lawyers, 3 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 3 Painters,
6 Carpenters, Undertaker, Second Hand Store, Furniture Store, Flour and Feed
Store, Boot Store,4 Gent's Furnishings Stores, Dry Goods Store, 2 Book Stores,
3 Wholesale Implement houses and Oil Company, Manufactory of Overalls, Tents
and Mattresses and Plows,-Museum, High School, Taxidermist, Theatre, Public
School, Night School, Real Estate Offices, Convent, Hospital, Churches, Terminal
for freight trains.    Has Round House and Coal Shutes, large Sawmill.
BLACKFALDS, ALTA.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 500). 106 miles from Calgary.
Handled 20,000 bushels of grain last year. Has Stock Yards, Creamery, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, 3 General Stores, Clothes Store, Shoe Store, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Harness
Shop, Blacksmith, Pool Room, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, 5 Carpenters.
Require Elevator, Barber Shop, Doctor, Druggist.
LACOMBE, ALTA.—Pop. 1,800. (Tributary pop. 8,000). 112 miles from Calgary.
Junction with Lacombe Branch. Handled 96,000 bushels of grain, 844 horses,
3,390 cattle, 88 sheep and 3,634 hogs last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity
75,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill, capacity 60 bbls.; Creamery, Brick Plant,
Electric Light Plant, Cement Block Plant, Telephone, 3 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels,
2 Banks, 4 General Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, 2 Drug Stores, 3 Hardware Stores,
4 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, 2 Millinery Stores, Newspaper,
4 Livery Stables, Meat Market, 3 Barber Shops, 4 Restaurants, 4 Confectioners,
Harness Shop, 4 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer, 3 Doctors,
2 Dentists, 3 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, Painter, 5 Carpenters, Undertaker, 2 Furniture Stores, Planing Mill, 4 Boarding Houses, 2 Merchant Tailors,
Laundry, Produce Co., Liquor Store, Auto Garage, Dominion Land Office,
Dominion Experimental Farm, Foundry, Nursery, Sash and Door Factory,
Wholesale House, Oil Company.
PONOKA, ALTA.—Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 129 miles from Calgary
on Battle River.    Handled 102,000 bushels of grain, 422 horses, 3,959 cattle,
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2,725 hogs and 112 sheep last year. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 50,000 bushels;
Stock Yards, Creamery, Telephone, 3 Lumber Yards, 3 Hotels, Bank, 4 General
Stores, Clothes Store, Shoe Store, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables,
Lawyer, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, Tailor, 3 Painters, 8 Carpenters, Undertaker,
Laundry, Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, Confectioner, 2 Harness
Shops, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, 2 Doctors.
Require Flour Mill, Dentist.
WETASKIWIN, ALTA.—Pop. 3,000. (Tributary pop. 3,500). 151 miles from Calgary in a very fertile and prosperous country. Junction Point with new line from
Saskatoon. A coal mine about 7 miles distant is being opened up. Handled
337,000 bushels of grain, 249 horses, 2,219 cattle, 579 sheep and 5,052 hogs last
season. - Has 6 Elevators, capacity 205,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Flour Mill,
Creamery, Brick Plant, Electric Light Plant, Telephone, 3 Lumber Yards, 7
| Hotels, 3 Banks, 8 General Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, 2 Shoe Stores, 3 Drug Stores,
4 Hardware Stores, 5 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, Millinery Store,
2 Newspapers, 7 Livery Stables, 4 Meat Markets, 4 Barber Shops, 2 Pool Rooms,
Photographer, 4 Doctors, 4 Dentists, 4 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers,
Tailor, 6 Painters., Carpenters, Undertaker Produce Merchant, 3 Second Hand
Stores, Planing Mills, Mattress Factory.
Require Machine Shop, Tannery, Cement Plant, Wholesale House in Fruit,
Groceries, Hardware, etc.
MILLET, ALTA.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 200). 161 miles from Calgary.
Handled 64,000 bushels of grain last season. Has Elevator, capacity 35,000
bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, 2 Lumber Mills, Hotel, 3 General
Stores, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market, 3 Restaurants
Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Barber Shop, 2 Carpenters.
Require Laundry, Drug Store, Doctor, Hardware Store.
LEDUC, ALTA.—Pop. 700. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 173 miles from Calgary.
Is the centre of one of the best farming countries of Alberta. There are fine Park
and Exhibition Grounds. Annual Fair each year and a Seed Fair in the winter.
Handled 246,000 bushels of grain, 250 cattle and 300 hogs last season. Has 3
Elevators, capacity 105,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Creamery, 2
Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank, 5 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores,
3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper, 3 Livery
Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, Confectioner, Harness
Shop, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, 3 Doctors, 2 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths,
Shoemaker, 5 Carpenters, Undertaker, 2 Mills grinding Feed, 2 Planing Mills.
Require Flour Mill, Pulp Mill, Cheese Factory, Electric Light Plant, Brick Plant
(good clay), Steam Laundry, Confectioner, Dentist, Photographer, Painter.
There is good brick clay within one mile of the town.
ELLERSLIE, ALTA.—The White Star Coal Mine is situate at this point producing
150 tons per day.
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STRATHCONA, ALTA.—Pop.  6,500.    (Tributary district well settled).    191 miles
from Calgary, on the banks of the Saskatchewan River, opposite Edmonton.
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This City gives promise of a great future and should be a good location for all
kinds of businesses.    The Strathcona Coal Co. is situated at this point, producing
lignite coal at the rate of 100 tons per day in winter and 80 tons in summer. I
See under "Edmonton" in regard to new railway and traffic bridge.    Handled I
84,000 bushels of grain, 1,001 horses, 325 cattle and 867 hogs last season.    Has 3
Elevators, capacity 155,000 bushels; Flour Mill, Oatmeal Mill, Creamery, 3 Brick k
Plants, Electric Light Plant, Sash and Door Factory, 2 Saw Mills, capacity 20,000,- I
000 feet; Cement Block Plant, Telephone, 3 Lumber Yards, 5 Hotels, 3 Banks,
5 General Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, Shoe Store, 3 Drug Stores, 3 Hardware Stores,
3 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, 2 Millinery Stores, Newspaper,
5 Livery Stables, 6 Restaurants, 3 Confectioners, 6 Harness Shops, 3 Blacksmiths
Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 6 Doctors, 3 Dentists, 4 Lawyers, 4 Tin- j
smiths, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 4 Painters, 10 Carpenters and Contractors,
2 Undertakers.
Require Pulp Mill, Woollen Mill, Carriage Works, Beet Sugar and Cheese Factory
Box and Tub Factory, Brick and Cement Plants, Steam Laundry.
EDMONTON, ALTA.—Capital City of the Province of Alberta; is 200 miles north of
Calgary, and has a population of 26,000. Its Corporation owns and operates
the Electric Light, Power and Automatic Telephone systems, and also the
Street Railway, which in addition to its local service has a connection across the
North Saskatchewan River with Strathcona. The Provincial Parliament
Buildings are being erected here at an estimated cost of $1,250,000. The growth
of the city has been rapid and conditions are favorable for successful business
development. For the five years 1905-1909 the aggregate volume of manufacturing and wholesale trade increased from $3,000,000 to $20,000,000. A
High Level Bridge to connect the cities of Edmonton and Strathcona is now
under construction by the OP. Ry. at a cost of a million and a half dollars. This
bridge is 165 feet above water level, and will accommodate vehicular, pedestrian
and street railway traffic in addition to the Railway. The City is well laid
out with paved streets and numerous parks, and the NorthSaskatchewan River
runs beside it. There are 15 Banks; 3 Daily, 7 Weekly and3 Monthly News,
papers; 4 Sawmills, 2 Flour Mills, Modern Brewery, 3 Aerated Water Factories-
Large Meat Packing Plants and Abattoirs, 6 Wood Working Plants, Steam
Laundries, Brick Yards and Tent and Mattress Factory, 5 Sash and Door
Factories, Box Works, 3 Iron Foundries, Marble Works, Basket Factory, Cigar
Factory, Concrete Works, Pickle and Vinegar Factory and 10 Coal Mines, etc.
It is stated that at the present time the following openings are worth consideration
by business people: Woollen Mills, Soap Works, Tannery, Wood. Pulp and Paper
Mills, Cement Works, Cereal Mills and Biscuit Factory.
LACOMBE SUB-DIVISION
CLIVE, ALTA.—Pop. 40.    127 miles from Calgary.    Handled 13,000 bushels of grain
last season.    Has Elevator, capacity 30,000 bushels; 2 General Stores, Creamery,
Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Hardware Store, Hotel, Livery Stable, Chop Mill,
Drug Store, Poultry Fattening Station, Lumber Yard, 2 Implement Stores.
Require Doctor, Meat Market, Barber, Furniture Store.
TEES, ALTA.—Pop.  100.    (In thickly settled country).    133 miles from Calgary.
Coal mines a few miles south.   Handled 50,000 bushels of grain, 52 horses, 1,210
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cattle and 483 hogs last season.    Has Elevator, capacity 10,000 bushels, Stock
Yards, Hotel, 2 General Stores, Livery Stable, Blacksmith Shop, Millinery Store,
Pool Room, Confectionery Store, 2 Implement Stores.
Require Lawyer, Doctor, Blacksmith, Cheese Factory, Drug Store.
ALIX, ALTA.—Pop. 450. (Tributary pop. 2,500). 140 miles from Calgary. Handled 48,000 bushels of grain, 25 horses, 1,150 cattle, 50 sheep and 2,133 hogs last
season. There are several lignite coal mines in the immediate neighborhood
supplying local demands. Has Elevator, capacity 15,000 bushels; Lumber Yard,
Telephone, 2 Hotels, Bank, 4 General Stores, Clothes Store, Shoe Store, Drug
Store, Hardware Store, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Millinery Store, 2. Livery
Stables, Laundry, Meat Market, Barber Shop, 2 Restaurants, Confectioner,
Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Doctor, Tinsmith, Tailor, Painter, Gent's
Furnishings, Bank, Flour and Feed Store, Printing and Stationery Supplies, 3
Pool Rooms, Chop Mill.
Require   Dentist,   Photographer,   Furniture   Store,   Bakery,   Steam   Laundry,
« Cheese Factory, Dairy, Creamery, Jeweller, More Elevators, Pork Packing Plant.
ERSKINE, ALTA.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 56 miles from Calgary.
Handled 78,000 bushels of grain, 3,561 cattle and 220 hogs last season. Has
Elevator, capacity 30,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Cheese Factory, 2 Livery Stables,
Harness Shop, Lumber Yard, Hardware Store, Blacksmith, 3 Implement Agencies,
2 General Stores, Pool Room; Barber Shop, Butcher Shop, 2 Hotels, Jewelry
Store, Boot and Shoe Store, Bank.
Require Doctor, Drug Store, Additional Elevators.
STETTLER, ALTA.—Pop. 1,800. (Tributary pop. 4,000). 162 miles from Calgary.
Handled 268,000 bushels of grain, 82 horses, 4,672 cattle and 1,272 hogs last
season. Has 4 Elevators and grain warehouse, capacity 165,000 bushels; Stock
Yards, Creamery, Telephone, 4 Lumber Yards, 3 Hotels, 2 Banks, 3 General
Stores, 3 Clothes Stores, Shoe Store, 2 Drug Stores, 4 Hardware Stores, 5 Farm
Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, 2 Millinery Stores, Newspaper, 3 Livery
Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 3 Barber Shops,6 Restaurants,2 Confectioners, 2 Harness
Shops, 4 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer,  5 Doctors, Dentist,
3 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, 2 Tailors, 4 Painters, 4 Carpenters and Contractors, Undertaker, Iron Foundry and Machine Shop, Feed Mill.
Require Flour Mill, Brick Yard, Carriage and Wood Work Repairs, Furniture
Store.
'BOTHA, ALTA.—A new Town.    169 miles from Calgary.
Openings for all lines of business.
GADSBY, ALTA.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 400). 177 miles from Calgary.
Several coal mines are in operation within a radius of 10 miles. Handled 65,000
bushels of grain last season. Has Elevator, capacity 30,000 bushels; 3 General
Stores, Hotel, 2 Restaurants, 2 Harness Shops, Doctor, 2 Livery Barns, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Grocery Stores, Butcher Shop, Barber Shop, 2 Pool Rooms, 2
Lumber Yards, Feed Store, 4 Farm Implement Stores, Bank, Photographer,
Druggist, 2 Well Drilling Outfits, 2 Blacksmiths, Furniture Store, Printing
Office.
Require Lawyer, Dentist, Shoe Shop. .   ,
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HALKIRK, ALTA.—A new Town.    185 miles from Calgary.
Openings for all lines of business.
VELDT, ALTA.—A new Town.    192 miles from Calgary.
Openings for all lines of business.
CASTOR, ALTA.—Pop. 1,240. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 198 mile* from Calgary.
Surrounded by a good farming district. There are large deposits of coal and
sandstone, the latter being used in the building of this town. Handled 575 cattle
and 200 hogs last season. Has Elevator, capacity 5,000 bushels; Stock Yards,
5 Hardware Stores, 4 General Stores, 2 Hotels, 2 Butchers, 2 Drug Stores, 2
Banks, 6 Lumber Yards, 3 Lawyers, 6 Restaurants, 7 Livery Stables, 2 Billiard
Rooms, 3 Laundries, Furniture Store, 2 Blacksmiths, 4 Farm Implement Dealers,
3 Barbers, 2 Boarding Houses, Doctor, 3 Confectionery Stores, 2 Dentists, 2
Flour and Feed Stores, Tannery.
WETASKIWIN SUB-DIVISIOE
BITTERN LAKE, ALTA.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 2,01k,,. 166 miles from
Calgary. Situate at the foot of a lake from which the town takes its name.
Lignite coal is found one mile south of the town, but is not at present being worked.
Handled 41 horses, 1,239 cattle, 42 sheep and. 626 hogs last season. Has Elevator,
capacity 32,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 2 General Stores, Lumber Yard, 2 Implement Houses, Hotel, Blacksmith, Meat Market, Livery Stables, Creamery,
Flour Mill.
Require Doctor, Drug Store, Hardware Store, Furniture Store.
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CAMROSE, ALTA.—Pop. 1,500. (Tributary pop. 9,000). 176 miles from Calgary
j||in a prosperous farming and wheat growing district, with lignite coal mines
adjacent. The City have provided an industrial spur for manufacturers and
wholesale houses. Handled 104,000 bushels of grain, 971 cattle and 2,335 hogs
last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 85,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Nine Wholesale Houses, carrying groceries supplies, produce, cereals, implements, farm machinery, oil, etc.; Tannery, Brick Plant, Cement Block Works, Broom Factory,
Sash and Door Factory, Creamery, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, 3 Banks, 6 General
Stores,   2   Gent's   Furnishing  Stores,   2   Drug   Stores,   2   Hardware   Stores,
2 Furniture   Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores,  2 Millinery Stores,  4 Farm Implement
Stores, Newspaper, Flour and Feed Store, 2 Meat Markets, 2 Confectioners,
3 Restaurants, Harness Shop, 3 Barber Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer,
4 Livery Stables, Shoemaker, 5 Tinsmiths, 2 Tailors, 5 Painters, Undertaker,
Carpenters, 2 Doctors, 2 Dentists, 3 Lawyers, Surveyor, 2 Blacksmiths.
Openings for Steam Laundry, Foundry and Machine Shop, Market Gardener and
Florist, and many other lines of business.
OHATON, ALTA.—Pop. 6®. (Tributary pop. 300). 184 miles from Calgary.
Coal mine three and one-half miles from town being developed. Handled
64,000 bushels of grain, 334 cattle and 313 hogs last season. Has 2 Elevators,
capacity 30,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Lumber Yard, General Store, Hardware
and Harness Store, 2 Implement Stores, Blacksmith, Notary Public, Hotel.
Require Shoemaker, Butcher, Drug Store, Doctor.
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BAWLF, ALTA.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 400). 193 miles from Calgary.
Lignite coal mine close to town commencing operations; output expected to be
50 tons per day. Handled 150,000 bushels of grain, 828 cattle and 996 hogs last
season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 75,000 bushels; Creamery, Telephone, 2
Lumber Yards, Hotel, Bank, 4 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores,
2 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery
. Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Pool Room, Photographer,
Doctor, Tinsmith, Painter, Carpenter, Undertaker.
Require Dentist.
DAYSLAND, ALTA.—Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 202 miles from Calgary.
Several small coal mines in this district; yearly output 15,600 tons, employing 50
men. Handled 168,000 bushels of grain, 1,454 cattle and 1,112 hogs last season.
Has 4 Elevators, capacity 145,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone 2 Lumber
Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank, 3 General Stores, Bakery, Clothes Store, Shoe Store,
Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Feed Mill, 2 Restaurants,
Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer.
2 Doctors, Tinsmith, 2 Tailors, 2 Painters, 6 Carpenters, Contractors and Builders,
Require Flour Mill, Lawyer, Dentist.
STROME, ALTA.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 212 miles from Calgary.
Handled 166,000 bushels of grain, 845 horses and 721 hogs last season. Has 3
Elevators, capacity 95,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Lignite Coal Mines to the south
supplying local demand could be further developed; Telephone, 2 Banks, 2 Lumber
Yards, 2 Hotels, 3 General Stores, Hardware Store, 5 Farm Implement Stores,
2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Shoemaker,
Drug Store, Doctor, 3 Building Contractors, 2 Painters, Laundry, Barber, Pool
Room.
Require Creamery, Flour Mill, Dentist, Lawyer, Millinery Store, Furniture Store,
Cement Works.
KILLAM, ALTA.—Pop. 300. (Tributary, pop. 2,000). 221 miles from Calgary. Handled
210,000 bushels of grain last year. Has 3 Elevators and Grain Warehouse,
capacity 120,000 bushels; Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 4 General Stores,
Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores, Millinery Store,
2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, Furniture Store, Bank, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmith, 3
Carpenters. „,
Require Creamery, Lawyer, Baker, Flour Mill.
SEDGEWICK, ALTA.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 228 miles from Calgary.
Handled 145,000 bushels of grain, 240 cattle and 500 hogs last season. Has 2
Elevators, capacity 60,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Cement Block Plant, Telephone,
2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware
Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 3 Livery Stables,
Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room,
Doctor, 2 Carpenters, Undertaker, 2 Laundries, Baker, Construction Co., 2
Confectioners, Furniture Store, Feed Mill, Library, Wholesale Flour and Feed,
Creamery.
Require Lawyer.
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BATTLE RIVER SUB-DIVISION
HARDISTY, ALTA.—Pop. 500.    (Tributary pop. 1,000).    231 miles West of Saskatoon.    Divisional point.    Handled 72,000 bushels of grain last season, 450 cattle
and 150 hogs.    Has Elevator, capacity 30,000 bushels; Stock Yards, 2 Lumber!
Yards, 4 Hotels, Bank, 3 General Stores, Shoe Store, 2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware
Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Newspaper. 4 Livery Stables,
Meat Market, 2  Barber Shops,  5  Restaurants,  Confectioner,  Harness Shop,'
2 Blacksmiths Shops, Gent's Furnishings, Pool Room, 2 Doctors, 2 Shoemakers
2 Painters, Carpenter.
Require Creamery, Cement Block Plant, Lighting Plant, Tailor.
ROSSYTH, ALTA.—A new Town.    225 miles West of Saskatoon.
Openings for all lines of business.
AMISK, ALTA—Pop. 25.    (Tributary pop. 200).    217 miles West of Saskatoon.
Has 2 General Stores, Blacksmith, Restaurant.
Require Barber, Machine Shop.
HUGHENDEN, ALTA.—Pop. 50.      (Tributary pop. 200).      212 miles West of Saskatoon.    Has Elevator, capacity 20,000 bushels; 2 General Stores, Blacksmith,
Lumber Yard, Implement Store, Restaurant.
Require Barber.
CZAR, ALTA.—Pop.   25.    (Tributary pop.  200).    205 miles  West of  Saskatoon.
Has Stock Yards, General Store.
Require Blacksmith, Barber, Restaurant.
METISKOW, ALTA.—Pop. 25.    (Tributary pop. 200).    196 miles West of Saskatoon.
Has General Store, Doctor.
Require Restaurant, Barber, Blacksmith, Machine Shop.
CAIRNS, ALTA,—A new Town.    190 miles West of Saskatoon
Openings for all lines of business.
CADOGAN, ALTA.—Pop.   100.    185   miles   West   of   Saskatoon.    Has   2   General
Stores, Hardware Store, Blacksmith Shop, Restaurant, 2 Lumber Yards, Livery
Barn, Implement Store, Harness Shop.
Require Furniture Store, Cobbler, Hotel, Confectioner, Barber, Baker, Pool Room.
PROVOST, ALTA.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 850). 179 miles West of Saskatoon.
Handled 48,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 73,000
bushels; Stock Yards, 4 General Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, Drug Store, Bank,
2 Doctors, 2 Liveries, 2 Butchers, Baker's Shop, Pool Room, Blacksmith, Harness
Maker, 3 Lumber Yards, Restaurant, Chopping Mill, 4 Implement Warehouses,
Hotel, Fruit Store, 2 Jewelry Stores, Barber, Feed Store, Milliner, Dominion
Land Office, Printing Office Newspaper.
Require Veterinary Surgeon, Dentist, Shoe Store, Cobbler.
HAYTER, ALTA—A new Town.    170 miles West of Saskatoon.
Openings for all lines of business.
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MACLEOD SUB-DIVISION
SANDSTONE, ALTA.—Pop. 100. 23 miles from Calgary. Here are situate the
Brick Manufacturing Plants of the Canada Cement C©. and Burn vale Brick Co.,
employing about 75 men.
OKOTOKS, ALTA.—Pop. 1,000. (Tributary pop. 2,100). 27 miles from Calgary.
Handled 208,000 bushels of grain, 324 horses, 1833 cattle and 162 hogs last season.
Has 2 Elevators and 2 Warehouses, capacity 84,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Flour
Mill, capacity 75 bbls.; 3 Brick Plants, Electric Light Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber
Yards, 3 Hotels, 2 Banks, 3 General Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, Drug Store, 2
Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, 2 Newspapers,
3 Livery Stables, 3 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 3 Restaurants, 3 Confectioners,
Harness Shop, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, 4 Pool Rooms, 3 Doctors, Dentist,, 2 Lawyers,
2 Tinsmitns, Tailor, 2 Painters, 8 Carpenters, Undertaker, Lumber Mills, 2 Laundries.
Require Shoemaker, Photographer.
ALDERSYDE, ALTA.—Pop. 25. (Tributary pop. 100). 33 miles from Calgary.
Handled 186,000. bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 90,000
bushels; General Store, Livery Stable.
Require Hotel, Blacksmith.
HIGH RIVER, ALTA.—Pop. 1,800. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 39 miles from Calgary
Handled over 1,089,000 bushels of grain last season, 1,303 horses, 1,150 cattle
md 3,208 hogs. Has 5 Elevators, capacity 225,000 bushels; Stock Yards,
Brick Plant, Electric Light Plant, Lumber Mill, employing 200 men; Telephone,
3 Lumber Yards, 4 Hotels, 5 Banks, 4 General Stores, 4 Clothes Stores, 3 Grocery
Stores, 3 Shoe Stores, 2 Drug Stores, 3 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement
Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, 2 Millinery Stores, Newspaper, 5 Livery Stables, 2 Meat
Markets, 4 Barber Shops, 5 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, 3 Harness Shops,
4 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 3 Doctors, Dentist, 4 Lawyers,
2 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 2 Painters, 5 Carpenters, Undertaker,
Baker, 3 Veterinary Surgeons.
Require Flour Mill, Pork Packing Plant, Creamery.
CAYLEY, ALTA.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 250). 48 miles from Calgary. Handled 426,000 bushels of grain, 8,206 cattle last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity
90,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank, 2 General
Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Livery Stable,
Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Blacksmith Shoo, Pool Room, Doctor,
Carpenter.
Require Creamery, Flour Mill.
NANTON, ALTA.—Pop. 850. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 56 miles from Calgary.
Handled 467,000 bushels of grain, 419 horses, 478 cattle and 436 hogs last season.
Has 5 Elevators, capacity 165,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, 3 Lumber
Yards, 2 Hotels, 2 Banks, 3 General Stores, 2 Gent's Furnishings, Drug Store,
3 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store,
Newspaper, 3 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 4 Restaurants,
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Harness Shop, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 3 Doctors, Dentist, Grocery Store,
Lawyer, 5 Carpenters, Undertaker, Baker, Lighting Pla,nt.
Require Flour Mill, Creamery.
PARKLAND, ALTA.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 400). 66 miles from Calgary-
Handled 79,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 90,000
bushels; 2 General Stores, Hardware Store, Barber Shop, Butcher's Shop, Bank,
2 Lumber Yards, Blacksmith, Hotel, Harness Maker.
Require Doctor, Laundry, Lawyer.
STAVELY, ALTA.—Pop.  500.    71 miles from Calgary.    Handled 371,000 bushels
|  of grain last season.    Has 3 Elevators, capacity 155,000 bushels; Stock Yards,
Telephone, 3 Lumber Yards, Hotel, 2 Banks, 4 General Stores, Drug Store,
2 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Meat Market,
Barber Shop, 3 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops,
Pool Room, Doctor, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, 10 Carpenters, Undertaker, Dry Goods
Store.
Require Dentist.
CLARESHOLM, ALTA.—Pop. 1,200. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 81 miles from Calgary. Handled 682,000 bushels of grain, 593 horses, 2,250 cattle and 3,070
hogs last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 140,000 bushels; .Stock Yards,
Electric Light Plant, Cement Block Plant, Telephone, 4 Lumber Yards, 3 Hotels,,
3 Banks, 5 General Stores, 3 Clothes Stores, 2 Drug Stores, 3 Hardware Stores,
3 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, 2 Millinery Stores, Newspaper, 2 Livery
Stables, 3 Meat Markets, 3 Barber Shops, Restaurant, Furniture Store, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 3 Blacksmiths, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 4 Doctors,
Dentist, 2 Lawyers, Tinsmith, 2 Shoemakers, Tailor, 2 Painters, 6 Carpenters.
Undertaker.
Require Flour Mill, Foundry, Brick Plant.
GRANUM, ALTA.—Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 500). 93 miles from Calgary.
Handled 597,000 bushels of grain, 35 horses, 572 cattle, and 610 hogs.last season.
Has 4 Elevators, capacity 130,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, 3 Lumber
Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank, 4 General Stores, Clothes Store, Shoe Store, Drug
Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 4 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery
Store, Livery Stable, 2 Meat Markets,2 Barber Shops, Restaurant, Confectioner,
Harness Shop, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, 2 Doctors, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Tailor, 2 Painters, 14 Carpenters, Undertaker, Newspaper.
Require Flour Mill, Dentist, Steam Laundry, Veterinary Surgeon, Electric Light
Plant.
LETHBRIDGE SUB-DIVISION
SEVEN PERSONS, ALTA.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 18 miles from
Dunmore Jet. Has Elevator, capacity 30,000 bushels; Bank,-2 General Stores,
3 Lumber Yards, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Livery Barns,
3 Restaurants, Barber Shop.
Require Drug Store, Doctor, Dentist, Departmental Store, Jewelry Store.
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BOW ISLAND, ALTA.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 500). 41 miles from Dunmore
Junction^ There are Coal Mines in operation adjacent to town. Has Elevator
under construction, 4 General Stores, Hardware Store, 2 Butchers, 4 Restaurants,
4 Blacksmiths, 2 Harness Shops, 5 Implement Stores, 3 Hotels, 3 Lumber Yards,
2 Doctors, Bank, Drug Store.
BURDETT, ALTA.—Pop.  100.    (Tributary pop.  1,000).    48 miles from Dunmore
Junction.    Has 2 General Stores, Hardware Store, Drug Store, 2 Lumber Yards,
Pool Room, Livery Stable, Blacksmith, Hotel, 2 Restaurants, Bank.
Require Butcher.
GRASSY LAKE, ALTA.—Pop. 500. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 56 miles from Dunmore Junction. There are 3 Coal Mines in the district, employing 300 men;
average output 100 tons per day. Handled 36,000 bushels of grain, 44 horses,
1,300 cattle, 3,540 hogs last season. Has Elevator, capacity 35,000 bushels;
* 2 General Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 3 Butcher Shops, 3 Livery Stables, 4 Restaurants, 2 Banks, 2 Doctors, 3 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, Printing Office, 2
Blacksmiths, Pool Room, Gent's Furnishing Store, 3 Implement Houses, Drug
Store, Brick Yard.
Require Lawyer, Bakery, Flour and Feed Store.
TABER, ALTA.—Pop. 3,000. 76 miles from Dunmore Jet. Handled 227,000 bushels
of grain last season. The Canada West Coal Co. are mining semi-bituminous
coal at this point at the rate of 1,000 tons per day and employ from 350 to 500
men. The Rock Spring Coal Co., Alberta Consolidated Coal Co.'s mine semi-
bituminous coal at rate of 200 tons each per day and employ 50 to 75 men each—
the Eureka Coal Co. 150 tons .per day employ 40 to 50 men; Domestic Coal Co., 75
tons per day employ 25 men. There are five other smaller mines producing
35 tons per day each employing an aggregate of 75 men.
The Town is drilling for natural gas. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 65,000 bushels;
Brick Plant, Electric Light Plant, Telephone, 3 Lumber Yards, 4 Hotels, 2 Banks,
5 General Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, Drug Store, 3 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, Millinery Store, Newspaper, 3 Livery Stables,
2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 4 Restaurants, Confectioner, Harness Shop,
Blacksmith, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 3 Doctors, Dentist, 2 Lawyers, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Tailor, 4 Painters, numerous Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Flour Mill, Sugar Factory, Creamery.
COALDALE, ALTA.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 500). 99 miles from Dunmore
Junction. Handled 242,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators,
capacity 40,000 bushels; General Store, Lumber Yard, Hotel, Blacksmith Shop,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables, Public School.
Require Doctor, Lawyer, Baker, Tailor.
LETHBRIDGE, ALTA.—Pop. 12,000. Handled 443,000 bushels of grain, 1,795 horses,
13,834 cattle, 6,555 sheep and 1,325 hogs last year. There are large coal mine
at this point. The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. (the Gait Mine) produces
about 1,200 tons »f screened coal a day and employ from 300 to 600 men. The
Royal Collieries 5 miles distant produce a high grade of Lignite Coal and are
shipping from 1     0 to 1,200 tons a day.    The Diamond Coal Company, 5 miles
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from the City, will be shipping this winter. The Ashcroft Mine and the New
Barnes Mine each employ about 25 men. Is a divisional p®int on the Crow's
Nest Branch. Owns its own Electric Light and Power Plant, Water and Sewerage Systems. Has up-to-date Fire appliances and Brigade. There are 3 Elevators, capacity 100,000 bushels; 2 Flour Mills, with a capacity
of 625 barrels per day; 2 Brick Plants, Cement Block Plant, Large Steam Laundry,
Sash and Door Factory, Woollen Mill, Brewery, Large Machine Shop, Local
and Long Distance Telephone, 10 Banks, 1 daily and 2 weekly Newspapers,
Large Wholesale Grocery Co., and a number of Wholesale Agencies. All retail
businesses are well represented. The City and surrounding district are developing
very quickly and warrant the establishment of all lines of wholesale distributing
houses. The City owns a tract of land where manufacturing sites can be obtained
and it is stated the City will furnish Electric Power and Water at cost.
CARMANGAY SUB-DIVISION
NOBLE, ALTA.—A new Town. 19 miles from Lethbridge. Handled 18,000 bushels
of grain last season. Has Elevator, capacity 30,000 bushels; General Store,
Livery Stable.
BARONS, ALTA.—Pop. 250. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 27 miles from Lethbridge.
Handled 7,000 bushels of grain last season. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 90,000
bushels; 2 General Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, Fruit Store, Hotel, 4 Implement
Agencies, Doctor, Dentist, Barber, Pool Room, Livery Barn.
CARMANGAY, ALTA.—Pop. 500. 36 miles from Lethbridge. A new town built
on the banks of the Little Bow River, surrounded by an excellent wheat growing
country. There are coal deposits being worked within a short distance of the
town. Sandstone and brick clay are found in the vicinity. Handled 84,000
bushels of grain last season. Has 2 Elevators, capacity 62,000 bushels; Stock
Yards, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 Barbers, 2 Livery
Stables, 3 Lumber Yards, Butcher Shop, 3 Restaurants, 2 Harness Shops, Tinware and Stove Shop, Pool Room, 2 Banks, 2 Doctors, Veterinary Surgeon,
Furniture Store, 2 Hotels, Lawyer, Dentist.
Require Clothing Store, Flour Mill, Brick Works, Dairy Farm, Tailor.
The extension of this line is under construction, and on completion the following
towns will be open for all kinds of business.
CHAMPION, ALTA.—8 miles from Carmangay.
KIRKCALDY, ALTA.—16 miles from Carmangay.
VULCAN, ALTA.—22   miles  from   Carmangay.
ENSIGN, ALTA.—31  miles from Carmangay.
BRANT, ALTA.—64 miles from Carmangay.
BLACKIE, ALTA.—72 miles from Carmaogay.
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CROWSNEST SUB-DIVISION
KIPP, ALTA.—Tributary pop. 300. 9 miles from Lethbridge. Eight miles north
are situate the Mines of the Diamond Coal Company, now in active operation.
Has Elevator, capacity 20,000 bushels. Handled 39,000 bushels of grain last
season.
MONARCH, ALTA.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 500). 18 miles from Lethbridge.
A new town situate in one of the best wheat growing districts of Southern Alberta.
Handled 187,000 bushels of grain last year. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 87,000
bushels; Stock Yards, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 General Stores, 2 Butcher Shops, 2
Grocers, 2 Restaurants, Laundry, Pool Room, Barber Shop, 2 Livery Stables
Feed and Chopping Mill, Drug Store, Bank, Lumber Yard, Brick Yard, Hotel
Doctor, Harness Shop, 2 Meat Markets, Blacksmith, 3 Implement Stores.
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PEARCE, ALTA.—Pop.   25.    (Tributary  pop.   200).    23   miles  from   Lethbridge.
Has General Store and Post Office.
Require Flour and Feed Store, Blacksmith.
MACLEOD, ALTA.—Pop. 2,350. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 32 miles from Lethbridge.
On Old Man River. Handled 318,000 bushels of grain, 1,784 horses, 1,085 cattle,
last season. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 360,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill,
capacity 100 bbls.; Brick Plant, Electric Light Plant, Soap Factory, Cement
Block Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 3 Hotels, 4 Banks, 3 General Stores
3 Clothes Stores, 2 Drug Stores, 3 Hardware Stores, 2 Farm Implement Stores.,
2 Jewelry Stores, Millinery Store, Newspaper, 3 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets,
4 Barber Shops, 8 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths
Shops, 3 Pool Rooms, 3 Doctors, 2 Dentists, 5 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker,,
2 Tailors, 2 Painters, 4 Carpenters, Undertaker, 3 Grocers.
Require Steam Laundry.
BROCKET, ALTA.—Pop. 300.    (Tributary pop. 600).    53 miles from Lethbridge
Handled 131,000 bushels of grain last season.    Has an Elevator and 2 Grain
Warehouses, capacity 40,000 bushels; Telephone, Lumber Yard, General Store,
Blacksmith Shop, Doctor.
PINCHER, ALTA.—Pop. 2,500. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 62 -niles from Lethbridge-
Handled 201,000 bushels of grain, 4,446 cattle, 570 horses and 429 hogs last
season. Has 3 Elevators and Grain Warehouse, capacity 110,000 bushels,*
Stock Yards; Flour Mill, capacity 150 bbls.; Crr jtnery, Brick Plant, Electric
Light, Cement Block Plant, Telephone, 4 Lumber Yards, 4 Hotels, 2 Banks, 7
General Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, Millinery Store, 2 Newspapers, 4 Livery Stables,
4 Laundries, 3 Meat Markets, 3 Barber Shops, 4 Restaurants, 3 Confectioners,
2 Harness Shops, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, 4 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 3 Doctors,
2 Dentists, 3 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, Shoemaker, 2 Tailors, 6 Painters, Undertaker,
Automobile Factory. Pincher Creek Oil and Refining Co. are boring at this point.
COWLEY, ALTA.—Pop. 150. (Tributary, pop. 800). 69 miles from Lethbridge.
Handled 66,000 bushels of grain, 55 horses and 715 cattle last season. Has Elevator, capacity 35,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels,
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Bank, 3 General Stores, Hardware Store, Laundry, 4 Farm Implement Stores,
2 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop,
Pool Room, 2 Carpenters, Undertaker, Feed Mill.
Require Barber, Doctor, Druggist, Dry Goods Store, Tin Shop, Cobbler.
LUNDBRECK, ALTA.—Pop. 350. (Tributary pop. 300). 74 miles from Lethbridge.
While there is considerable land under cultivation at this point, the grain is with
small exceptions marketed at Cowley. Coal is the chief product shipped. Gal-
braith Coal and Coke Co. and the Breckenridge & Lund Coal Co. are situate at
this, point, each having a daily output of 50 tons, and employing 50 men each.
Has Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, 2 General Stores, 'Drug Store, Livery
Stable, Meat Market, Blacksmith Shop, 2 Doctors, 3 Carpenters.
Require Barber Shop, Laundry.
BURMIS, ALTA.—Pop.   200.    (Tributary pop.   300).    80 miles  from  Lethbridge.
The Mines of the Davenport Collieries, Ltd., are situate at this point, producing
200 tons daily and employing 100 men.
Has Boarding House.
Require General Store, Barber.
PASSBURG, ALTA.-r82 miles from Lethbridge. The Mines of the Leitch Collieries,
Ltd., are situate at this point.
BELLEVUE, ALTA.—85 miles from Lethbridge. The Mines of the West Canadian
Collieries, Maple Leaf and others are situate at this point.
HILLCREST, ALTA.—86 miles from Lethbridge. The Mines of the Hillcrest Coal Co.
are situate at this point.
FRANK, ALTA.—Pop. 1,250. 87 miles from Lethbridge. Has Sanitarium and
Sulphur Spring, Electric LightPlant, Telephone, Lumber Yard, 3 Hotels, Bank,
2 General Stores, Clothes Store, 2 Shoe Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store,
Jewelry Store, Newspaper, Livery Stable, 2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops,
Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Doctor, Lawyer,
Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Painter, 2 Carpenters, Undertaker. The Canadian
American Coal and Coke Co. Mine is situated at this point producing
bituminous coal, and employs on an average 200 men of all kinds. Daily
tonnage, winter 400 and summer 600. The Lille & Grassy Mountain Coal &
Coke Co. are also large producers of Coal and Coke.    Large Lime Works.
BLAIRMORE, ALTA.—On Old Man River. Pop. 1,700. (Tributary pop. 6,000).
89 miles from Lethbridge. Large Coal Mining Center. The Western Canadian
Collieries, Ltd., mines are situate here and have a daily output of 1,500 tons and
employ 800 men. High grade Cement and Lime Plant, employing 170 men. Has
Brick Plant, Telephone, Lumber Yard, 3 Hotels, Bank, 5 General Stores, Clothing
Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, Barber
Shop, 3 Restaurants, Confectioner, Blacksmith Shop, 3 Pool Rooms, Photographer, Doctor, Shoemaker, 10 Painters, Undertaker, Clothier and Dry Goods Store,
Drug Store, Contracting and Building Firm, 2 Hardware Stores, Flour and Feed
Store, 3 Bakeries, Sanitarium Hotel, Electric Light, Large Saw Mill.
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COLEMAN, ALTA.—On Old Man River. Pop. 2,250. (Tributary pop. 1,500).
93 miles from Lethbridge. The International Coal & Coke Co's mine and coke
ovens are situated at this point and mine bituminous coal at the rate of 2,500
tons per day and employ 500 men. Also operate 210 Coke Ovens. McGillivray Creek
Coal & Coke Co. has a daily output of 500 tons, and employs 100 men. It is
stated that there is an excellent vein of fire clay in the vicinity. Has 2 Saw Mills,
Electric Light, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank, 4 General Stores,
Clothing Store, 2 Shoe Stores, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, Jewelry Store,
Newspaper, 3 Livery Stables, 3 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, 2
Confectioners, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, 2 Pool Rooms, 2 Doctors, Tinsmith, Painter.
Require Dentist, Lawyer, Tailor, Brick Yard, Sash and Door Factory.
THE ALBERTA RAILWAY AND IRRIGATION COMPANY
The lines of this Company run through a very fertile winter wheat producing
country, in addition to which a large stock raising industry is carried on.
STIRLING, ALTA.—Pop. 850. (Tributary pop. 500). 20 miles south of Lethbridge.
Has Elevator, capacity 35,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Chopping Mill, 3 General
Stores, Grocery Store.
Require Flour Mill, Machine Shop, Brick Yards, Blacksmith Shop, Lumber Yards,
Flour and Feed Store.
RAYMOND, ALTA.—Pop. 2,000. (Tributary pop. 400) 27 miles south of Lethbridge. Has Elevator, capacity 35,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Flour Mill, capacity 150 bbls.; Sugar Factory, employing 80 hands, 2 Doctors, Drug Store,
Dentist, Jeweller, 4 General Stores, 2 Blacksmiths, 2 Butchers, Harness Shop,
Bank, Gonfectioner, 3 Restaurants, Hotel, Livery Stable, Barber, 2 Lumber
Yards, 2 Implement Stores, Millinery Store, Tailor.
MAGRATH, ALTA.—Pop. 1,600. (Tributary pop. 500). 37 miles south of Lethbridge. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 125,000 bushels; Stock Yards; Flour Mill,
capacity 150 bbls.; Dentist, Doctor, Drug Stores, Jeweller, 3 General Stores,
3 Blacksmiths, 2 Butchers, Bank, 4 Confectioners, Restaurant, Hotel, Livery
Stable, Harness Shop, Barber, Photographer, 2 Lumber Yards, 4 Implement
Houses, Tinsmith, Millinery Store, Tailor, Laundry, Nursery, 2 Music Teachers,
2 Painters, 2 Contractors, Music Dealer, Newspaper, Brick Yards.
WARNER, ALTA.—Pop. 500.    (Tributary pop. 3,000).    43 miles south of Lethbridge
Has 2 Elevators, capacity 120,000 bushels; 2 General Stores, 2 Hardware Stores,
3 Lumber Yards, 2 Doctors, Drug Store, Hotel, 3 Restaurants, Barber Shop,
Blacksmith, Bank, Printing Office, Harness Shop, Livery Barn, 3 Implement
Stores, 2 Pool Rooms, Jewelry Store.
Require Furniture Store, Boot and Shoe Store.
SPRING COULEE, ALTA.—Pop. 36. (Tributary pop. 75). 49 miles south of Lethbridge. Has 3 Elevators, capacity 78,000 bushels; General Store, Blacksmith,
Hotel, Bank.
Require Doctor, Drug Store, Barber.
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MILK RIVER, ALTA.—Pop. 200.    (Tributary pop. 8,000).    54 miles south of Lethbridge.    There are 2 Bituminous Coal Mines in the vicinity, employing 20 men.
Has Elevator, capacity 35,000 bushels; 2 General Stores, Hardware Store, 3
Implement Houses, Blacksmith, 3 Lumber Yards, 2 Hotels, Drug Store.
Require Lawyer, Doctor.
CARDSTON, ALTA.—Pop. 1,500. (Tributary pop. 4,000). 66 miles south of
Lethbridge. Has 4 Elevators, capacity 85,000 bushels; Stock Yards, Flour
Mill, capacity 200 bbls.; 5 General Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 Harness Shops,
2 Confectioners, 2 Lawyers, 2 Doctors, Hotel, Restaurants, Blacksmith, Livery
Barns, etc.
COUTTS, ALTA.—Pop. 30. (Tributary pop. 350). 67 miles south of Lethbridge.
Has Stock Yards, General Store, Hotel, Blacksmith, Veterinary Surgeon
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PROVINCE OF  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Contains between 372,630 and 395,610 square miles and is traversed from North
to South by four principal ranges of Mountains, the Rocky and Selkirk Ranges on
the East and the Coast and Island Ranges on the West. The Province forms an
irregular quadrangle about 700 miles from north to south, with an average width of
450 miles and a coast line exceeding 1,000 miles, having many fine harbors. There
are several large Rivers: the Columbia, Fraser, Thompson, Skeena, Kootenay, Stikina
and the Peace. The Lakes (the area of which aggregates 1,560,000 acres) are Atlin
343 square miles, Kootenay 220 square miles, Okanagan 135 square miles, Upper
and Lower Arrow, 163 square miles, Quesnel 147 square miles and Shuswap 124 square
miles. The population at the last census (1906) was 178,657, and the estimated population at the end of 1909 was 260,000, exclusive of native Indians, Chinese, Japanese
and Hindus. The climate is varied as is only natural over such a large expanse of
territory, but as a whole it presents all the conditions that are met with in European
countries lying within the Temperate Zone.
Of the great interior Plateau Professor Macoun says: "The Whole of British
Columbia south of 52nd degree and east of the Coast range, is a grazing country up to
3,500 feet and a farming country up to 2,500 feet, where irrigation is possible,"
and the irrigation of lands where necessary and possible is being carried out, crop
results being as successful as they are in the other Provinces.
To give the reader some idea of the variety of the resources of the Province
it is only necessary to state that the leading articles of export are Fish, Coal, Gold,
Silver, Copper, Lead, Timber, Masts and Spars, Furs and Skins, Fish Oil, Hops, Fruit
and vegetables. The Salmon Canning Industry of this Province and its immense
Timber resources are world-wide facts, while the production of minerals is steadily
mounting year by year and speaks of unlimited and as yet entirely incalculable
productive powers. The total value of this Province's wealth-counting production in
1909 amounted to $82,500,000, of which manufactures lead with $30,000,000; Mining
$24,000,000; Lumber $12,000,000; Agriculture $8,500,000 and Fisheries $8,000,000.
The total Forest area is estimated at 182,750,000 acres and there are nearly
200 sawmills in the Province, big and small, a large number of Shingle Mills, Planing
Mills, etc. The output of Lumber for 1909 was valued at $12,000,000, and is steadily
increasing—as a field for the manufacture of pulp and paper, British Columbia must
stand as an attractive proposition and almost without rival.
The fisheries produce an annual average value of $8,000,000, the principal food
fishes of the North Pacific being Salmon (five varieties) Halibut, Cod, Herring, Sturgeon, Bass, Perch, Trout, Sardines, Anchovies, Oysters, Crabs, Prawns, Etc.
Agricultural and Fruit Farming is carried on extensively, wheat being grown
principally, at the present time, in the Fraser Valley, Okanagan, Spallumcheen
and in the country round Kamloops and the Thompson River Valley. Oats are the
principal crop, the quality and yield being good. Potatoes, Turnips, Beets, Mangols
and all other Roots grow in profusion wherever their cultivation has been attempted.
The Fruit Industry is only in its infancy, but to show its steady increase 1,956
tons of fruit were shipped in 1902 as against 6,496 in 1908, or an increase in five years
of 4,500 tons. This, of course, by no means represents the whole of the production,
as a matter of fact, the major portion is consumed locally. It is estimated that at
the end of 1908 there were 100,000 acres planted with fruit producing trees, etc.,
and it is stated that south of the 52hd degree there are 1,000,000 acres of land tl^at
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will produce all the fruits of the Temperate Zone, while Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries
and small fruits are grown successfully as far north as Hazelton on the Skeena River.
Dairying produced $700,000 in 1909. Poultry is successfully raised and finds a
good market. Hop Culture is carried on in the Okanagan, Agassiz and Chilliwack
Districts, the average yield being 1,500 lbs. to the acre and average price being 25
cents per lb. Hops are exported to England where they sell in competition with the
best Kent hops.
Cattle raising is proved to be a profitable business and capable of great expansion.
Vancouver Island and the Queen Charlotte Islands are rich in minerals, timber
and agricultural lands, and offer exceptional advantages to capital in the development
of their immense natural resources.
The trade of British Columbia is growing very rapidly, showing an increase of
close on twenty million dollars in four years.
It will be seen from the above brief sketch of this Province that opportunities
of an industrial nature must present themselves and the short synopsis of the Towns
given in this book will enable business men to judge of the attractiveness of industrial
openings.
CRANBROOK SUB-DIVISION
CROWSNEST, B.C.—Pop. 100. 102 miles from Lethbridge. Has Hotel, General
Store, Large Lime rock deposits and Lime Works.
MICHEL, B.C.—Pop. 4,000. 114 miles from Lethbridge. Here are situate part
of the mines of the Crows Nest Pass Company. The output of this mine for
year 1909 was 390,462 tons of coal and 106,174 tons of coke, giving employment
to 880 men. Number of coke ovens 486. Has Saw Mill, Brewery, Electric
Light Plant, Lumber Yard, 3 Hotels, Bank, 6 General Stores, Clothing Store*
Drug Store, Farm Implement Store, Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Barns,
4 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, Blacksmith, 2 Doctors, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Painters.
2|Pool Rooms, 2 Lawyers, Hospital.
Require Steam Laundry.
HOSMER, B.C.—Pop. 1,200. (Tributary pop. 500). 130 miles from Lethbridge.
Here are the Hosmer Coal Mines, producing Bituminous Coal; total output for
year 1909 60,324 tons of coal and 21,575 tons of coke, 400 men being employed.
Present daily production 600 tons; number of coke ovens 240. Has Electric
Light Plant, Lumber Yard, 4 Hotels, Bank, 6 General Stores, 2 Clothes Stores,
Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper,
2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants, Confectioner,
Blacksmith, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, Doctor, Shoemaker, Tailor, Carpenters.
FERNIE, B.C.—Pop. 5,000. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 137 miles from Lethbridge.
Coal Creek Mines of the Crowsnest Pass Co. are tributary to this point; total output
1909, 379,968 tons of coal and 117,268 tons of coke; number of coke ovens 450;
men employed 920. Has Brick Plant, Cement Block Plant, Telephone, Electric
Light, 4 Lumber Yards, 11 Hotels, Brewery, 4 Banks, Iron Foundry, 3 General
Stores, 2 Shoe Stores, 3 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, Farm Implement Store,
2 Jewelry Stores, 3 Millinery Stores, 2 Newspapers, 2 Livery Stables, 3 Meat
Markets, 5 Barber Shops, 3 Restaurants, 3 Confectioners, Blacksmith Shop,
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WYCLIFFE, B.C.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 100). 9 miles from Cranbrook.
Here is situate the large lumber mills of the Otis Staples Lumber Co.^ capacity
100,000 ft.    Hotel and General Store.
MARYSVILLE, B.C.—Pop. 350. (Tributary pop. 150). 15 miles from Cranbrook.
A smelter is located here.    General Store, Livery, Hotel, Meat Market.
KIMBERLY, B.C.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 100). 18 miles from Cranbrook.
The North Star, Sullivan and other silver lead mines are tributary to this point.
Has General Store, Saw Mill, Hotel, Laundry, Livery, Boarding House, Contractor.
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6 Pool Rooms, Photographer, 4 Doctors, 2 Dentists, 9 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, 3
Shoemakers, 3 Tailors, 3 Painters,  12 Contractors, Undertaker, 2 Wholesale
Grocers, Large Saw and Planing Mills, daily capacity 211,000 feet, Macaroni
Factory.
Require   Sash   &  Door Factory, Manufacturers of Cheap Clothing, Mattresses,
Boxes.
ELKO, B.C.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 100). On Elk River. 156 miles from
Lethbridge. The Elk River at this point has a fall of 190 feet in one mile, and
it is estimated that 14,000 h.p. could be developed. Has Large Lumber Mill,
capacity 40,000 feet per day, employing 50 men; Lumber Yard, 2 Hotels, Bank,
Hardware Store, 3 General Stores, 2 Livery Stables, Barber Shop, Blacksmith,
Pool Room, Painter, 2 Carpenters, Planing Lath Mill. Lumber principal
business carried on here.
WARDNER, B.C.—Pop. 500. (Tributary pop. 100). 179 miles from Lethbridge.
On Kootenay River. Has Large Lumber Mills, employing 350 men; Electric
Light, Lumber Yard, 2 General Stores, Meat Market, Hotel,
FORT STEELE, B.C.—Pop. 500. 191 miles from Cranbrook. A new line is under
construction running up through the Windemere Valley in the direction of
Golden, on the Main Line, and will open up a very fertile fruit growing and mixed
farming country.    Ranching and Fruit Growing carried on extensively.
CRANBROOK, B.C.—Pop. 3,500. (Tributary pop. 500). 204 miles from Lethbridge. Junction with North Star Branch. Divisional point. Is
center of rich mining, lumbering, mixed farming and fruit growing district.
Port of entry for customs. There are eighteen saw mills in this district, employing
1,250 men, 2 Sash and Door Factories. Has Electric Light Plant, Stock Yards,
Railway, Y.M.C.A., Telephone, 6 Lumber Yards, 8 Hotels, 3 Banks, General
Store, 3 Clothes Stores, 4 Shoe Stores, 2 Drug Stores, 3 Hardware Stores, Farm
Implement Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, 2 Millinery Stores, 2 Newspapers, 2 Livery •
Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 4 Barber Shops, 4 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, 2
Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, 2 Photographers, 4 Doctors,
2 Dentists, 6 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, 3 Shoemakers, 3 Tailors, 3 Painters, 4 Carpenters, 2 Undertakers, Brewery, Brick Yard, 2 Foundries and other industries.
Require Cement Plant, Steam Laundry, Box Factory, Creamery, Dressmaker,
Millinery Store, Florist, Chicken and Stock Ranching.
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SIRDAR SUB-DIVISION
MOYIE, B.C.—Pop. 1,200. 20 miles from Cranbrook. Here is situate the famous
St. Eugene Silver Lead Mine, the largest producer of Silver Lead Ore in Canada.
There is a large concentrator and the average daily tonnage of ore mined is 441
tons, giving employment to 450 miriers, also the Aurora and other mines. Has
Electric Light, Large Lumber Mills, Meat Merchants and Pork Packers, 4 General
Stores, 8 Hotels, Doctor, Confectioners, Blacksmith, Grocer and Men's Furnishings, Dry Goods, Baker, Restaurant, Weekly Newspaper, Shoemaker, Drug Store,
Brewery, Contractor, Hardware, Tailor, Bank, Painter, Laundry, Jeweller,
Barber, Pool Room.
KITCHENER, B.C.—Pop.  100.    (Tributary pop.  150).
Has 2 General Merchants, Hotel and Lumber Mills.
Require Sash, Door and Box Factory.
56 miles from Cranbrook.
CRESTON, B.C.—Pop. 550. (Tributary pop. 1,000). 67 miles from Cranbrook.
This is rapidly becoming a fruit growing center and large areas of land are being
planted with fruit trees. It has been found that a very superior class of fruit
can be grown here, and its strawberries are famous. Has 3 General Stores, 2
Hardware Stores, Plumber, Dairy, Jeweller, Drug Store, 2 Hotels, 2 Laundries, 2
Livery Stables, Saw Mill, Bank, Sash and Door Factory.
Require Brick Yard, Box Factory, Dressmaker, Dairies, Fruit Farmers.
KOOTENAY LANDING, B.C.—83 miles from Cranbrook. It is stated there is a
very large supply of cottonwood available and an ©pening for a Pulp Wood Mill
at this point. This is the point at which passengers for Nelson transfer to
Lake Steamers.
CURZON SUB-DIVISION
KINGSGATE, B.C.—On Moyie River. Pop. 20. Junction with the Spokane International Railway for Spokane, Wash., and Portland, Ore.
KOOTENAY SUB-DIVISION
NELSON, B.C.—Pop. 8,000. On the Kootenay Lake. Is port of entry for Kootenay
customs and business center and distributing point for Southern Kootenay.
In the vicinity there are at least 10,000 acres of land suitable for fruit growing.
Lumber and Mining is actively carried on. There is available at this point for
manufacturing purposes, about 1,600 h.p. The present rate charged for this
power is 2 cents per K.W., and where over 50 h.p. is required specially reduced
rates will be given by the City, who own and operate the power. Amongst other
industries already established at this point are: 4 Banks, Daily and Weekly Newspapers, Mattress Factory, 2 Saw Mills, Sash and Door Factories, Foundry and
Machine Shop, Box Factory, 2 Cigar Factories, Water Works, Power Works,
Brick Plant. Electric Light Plant, Electric Zinc Smelter, Jam Works, Wholesale
Hardware, Groceries, Flour and Feed Provisions, etc.
Require additional Box Factory, Flour and Grist Mill.
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BONNINGTON FALLS, B.C.—11 miles from Nelson. Here is located one of the
largest electric power plants in Canada, operated by the West Kootenay Power
and Light Company; present electric installation 16,000 h.p., hydraulic installation
32,000 h.p. and can be developed to a capacity of 60,000 h.p. This power is
transmitted and sold to the Mining and Smelting Companies all through the
West Kootenay, extending as far as Boundary Falls, a distance of 84 miles. Here
is also located the Power House of the City of Nelson for its Electric Light and
Railway use.
SANDON, B.C.—Pop. 300. Several rich Silver LeadrMines in operation. Here is
located the well-known Payne Mine, Slocan Sta, Ivanhoe, Rambler, Cariboo,
Lucky Jim and others which yielded such large profits to their owners some
years ago, the ore running very high in silver values with well over 50 per
cent, in lead. When operations reached a greater depth the ore developed a
higher percentage of zinc, which ©wing to the want of proper process could not
be heated without loss of values. Recently, however, the Lucky Jim mine
which has developed a large ore body of high grade zinc, has been able to
obtain suitable process of treatment, and is paying handsome profits. Has
Electric Light Plant, Telephone, 4 Hotels, 4 General Stores, Livery Stable,
Barber Shop, Restaurant, Blacksmith Shop, Doctor, Shoemaker, 3 Carpenters,
Grocer and Dry Goods, Planing Mill, Brewery.
TRAIL, B.C.—Pop. 2,000. (Tributary pop. 200). 20 miles from Castlegar Jet.
Here are located the works of the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company
of Canada, which operates besides large smelting works for the treatment of copper
and lead ores; the only refinery in Canada where gold and silver is produced.
These works employ 1,600 men and treat 1,650 tons of ore per day from all parts
of the Kootenay and Boundary Districts. Capacity of refinery 100 tons of pig
lead per day. Annual output of this C©mpany in gold, silver, lead and copper is
$6,000,000, of which over 40 per cent, is gold. Has Machine Shop, Telephone,
Lumber Yard, 8 Hotels,' Bank, 3 General Stores, 2 Dry Goods Stores, 2 Shoe
Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, Newspaper,
Livery Stable, 2 Meat Markets, 3 Barber Shops, Restaurant, Harness Shop,
Blacksmith, Photographer, 2 Doctors, Lawyer, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Tailor,
3 Painters, 2 Carpenters. Undertaker, Smelter, Opera House, 2 Gent's Furnishing
Stores.
SLOCAN CITY, B.C.—Pop.   250.    (Tributary   pop.   150).    On   the   Slocan   Lake.
Has Shingle Mill, capacity 100,000 daily; Lumber Mill, 4 Hotels, General Store,
Drug Store,  2  Livery Stables,  Barber Shop,  Confectioner,  Blacksmith Shod,
Shoemaker, 2 Carpenters, Wholesale Liquors.
Require Laundry, Doctor for Town, Mines and Lumber Camp; Fruit Farms.
ROSSLAND, B.C.—Pop. 5,500. Situate at the foot of Red Mountain in the centre of a
large mining district. Here are located the famous Le Roi Mines, War Eagle,
Center Star and a number of other mines producing high grade copper ore which is
shipped to Trail Smelter for treatment. Average daily output of ore 800 tons,
employing about 700 men. Electric Power is brought from Bonnington Falls
and affords cheap and convenient working power.    Has Lumber Mill of daily
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capacity 39,000 feet, Breweries, Opera House, Teleph©ne, Lumber Yards, 6
Hotels, 3 Banks, 16 Gensral Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, 3 Shoe Stores,
3 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 Jewelry Stores, 2 Millinery Stores, Newspaper,
2 Livery Stables, 4 Meat Markets, 6 Barber Shops, 3 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners,
2 Harness Shops, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, 2 Photographers, 3 Doctors,
2 Dentists, 3 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, 6 Shoemakers, 3 Tailors, 3 Painters, 4 Carpenters, Undertaker, Steam Laundry, Furniture Store.
Require Machine Shop and Foundry, Dry Goods Store, Jewelry Store, Books and
Stationery Store.
BOUNDARY SUB-DIVISION
CASCADE, B.C.—Pop. 250. (Tributary pop. 200). 82 miles from Nelson. Here
is located the works of the Cascade Water Power and Light Company, Electric
Power Works generating 3,000 h.p. Has 3 General Stores, Blacksmith, Livery,.
Hotel, Saw Mill, employing 150 men. Land is suitable for Ranching and Fruit
and Vegetable raising.
GRAND FORKS, B.C.—Pop. 3,000. (Tributary pop. 300). 95 miles from Nelson
on the Kettle River. Here is located the Granby Smelter which treats 3,800
tons of ore per day and employs 250 men. Surrounding this point is a very fertile
valley producing besides all kinds of cereals a large quantity of fruit. Town owns
Electric Light Plant and Water Works. Has Cement Works and Riverside
Nurseries, producing 75 tons of produce per annum; Telephone, Saw Mill, Lumber
Yard, 6 Hotels, 3 Banks, 3 General Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, 2 Shoe Stores, 2
Drug Stores, 3 Hardware Stores, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store,
2 Millinery Stores, 2 Newspapers, Livery Stable, Meat Market, 4 Barber Shops
Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, 3 Doctors, Dentist,
•3 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, Tailor, Painter, 5 Carpenters, 2 Undertakers, 2 Breweries, 2 Opera Houses, Dentist, 3 Grocers.
Require Canned Goods Factory, Laundry, Jam Factory, Dressmaker.
GREENWOOD, B.C.—Pop. 1,500. (Tributary pop. 400). 118 miles from Nelson.
Here are located the smelting works of the B.C. Copper Company with a daily
capacity for treatment of 2,000,tons of ore. The Mother Lode Mine owned by the
Smelting Co., supplies the principal ore smelted, but other ores are brought
in from the Phoenix camp. Employ 150 men. Has Electric Light Plant, Telephone, Lumber Yard, 12 Hotels, 3 Banks, 2 General Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, 2
Drug Stores, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store, 2 Newspapers, 2 Livery Stables,
Meat Market, 3 Barber Shops, Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths, 2 Doctors, Dentist, 3 Lawyers, Tinsmith, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 2
Painters, Carpenter, Undertaker.
MIDWAY, B.C.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 400). 127 miles from Nelson. Situate
in a good fruit growing district with good opportunities for irrigation. A coal
mine is being developed 2 miles west of this point. Has Government Stock
Yards, 3 Hotels, Bank, 2 General Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop
Blacksmith, Lawyer, Shoemaker, Carpenter, Bank.
Require Creamery, Drug Store.
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PHOENIX, B.C.—Pop. 2,200. (Tributary pop. 300). Here is located the wonderful
Copper Mines owned by the Granby Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company
and the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company of Canada and other large
companies. The average daily output of the mines tributary to Phoenix is
5,000 tons and there are about 1,000 miners employed. Has Electric Light Plant,
Telephone, Lumber Yard, 12 Hotels, Bank, 2 General Stores, 3 Clothes Stores,
Drug Store, Hardware Store, 2 Jewelry Stores, Millinery Store, Newspaper,
2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 4 Barber Shops, Restaurant, 4 Confectioners,
Blacksmith, Pool Room, Photographer, 2 Doctors, Dentist, Laundry, Tinsmith,
2 Shoemakers, Tailor, 2 Carpenters, Undertaker, Furniture Store.
PROCTOR, B.C.—19 miles from Nelson. Situate at the "Outlet" of Kootenay
Lake in an excellent fruit growing district. This is the point where the freight
traffic is transferred from rail to car barge which connects with the Crowsnest
line at Kootenay Landing. Opposite here is being constructed by the Railway
Company a handsome tourist hotel similar to those in operation on the main line
in the Rocky and Selkirk Mountains.
KASLO, B.C.—Pop. 500. (Tributary pop. 500). 45 miles from Nelson on the Kootenay Lake, a distributing point for the mining camps and is a large fruit growing
center. Electric Light, Lumber Mill, Telephone, Lumber Yard, Hotel, Bank,
4 General Stores, Clothes Store, 2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, Jewelry Store,
2 Millinery Stores, Newspaper, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Blacksmith, Doctor, Tinsmith, Tailor, Painter, Carpenter, Undertaker.
Require Lawyer, Shoemaker.
TROUT LAKE
TROUT LAKE CITY, B.C.—Pop. 350. Center of a rich mining district producing
free milling gold and silver lead ores, several stamp mills and concentrators in
operation. Large areas of timber land surrounding lakes. One saw mill in operation. On the Railway Line between Gerrard, the foot of Trout Lake and Lardo,
the head of Kootenay Lake, there is being developed a valuable marble quarry
which ships its product East to the Prairie Provinces. This marble is used for
facing in all large public buildings.
GERRARD, B.C.—At the foot of Trout Lake. There are several mines in the vicinity,
and the mountains along the Lake are thickly covered with fine timber. Large
Lumber Camps and Mill for the manufacture of all kinds of lumber and lath,
capacity 65,000 feet and 30,000 lath, employing 120 men. Has Hotel, 2 General
Stores, Blacksmith, etc.
ARROW LAKES
NAKUSP, B.C.—Pop. 500. 36 miles from Arrowhead, carrying on Lumber and Fruit
industries. Has Telephone, 2 Hotels, 3 General Stores, Meat Market, Barber
Shop, Tinsmith, 2 Painters, 6 Carpenters, Saw Mill, daily capacity 10,000 feet.
Require Box Factory, Canning Factory, Sash and Door Factory, Brick Plant,
Laundry, Newspaper in connection with the fruit industry. Drug Store, Saddlery,
Shoemaker, Hardware Store, Implement Store, Millinery Store, Dressmaker
and Fancy Store, Doctor, Lawyer, Fruit and Poultry Farms, Shingle Mill.
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ARROWHEAD, B.C.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 300). On the Arrow Lake 28
miles from Revelstoke. Has Large Saw Mills in operation. Supply point for
the mines in the Trout Lake district, small steamers running irom here to Thompson's Landing at the head of the north-east arm where lumber mills are located,
which is the western gateway to the mining district of the Lardeau. Telephone,
4 Lumber Yards, 3 Hotels, Bank, 2 General Stores, Clothes Store, Drug Store,
Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops, Restaurant, Confectioner, 2 Pool Rooms, Photographer, Doctor, Shoemaker, Tailor, 2 Carpenters.
MAIN LINE
GOLDEN, B.C.—Pop. 800. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 1,008 miles West of Winnipeg
on the Columbia River. Government Agent and Gold Commissioner for the
district located here. Has Sash and Door Factory, Electric Light, Telephone,
Lumber Yard, 4 Hotels, Bank, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, 2 Barber Shops,
. 3 Restaurants, 4 Confectioners, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Photographer,
Doctor, Dentist, 2 Lawyers, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Tailor, Painter, 5 Carpenters,
Undertaker. Lumber Mills with a capacity of 50,000 ft. employing about 75
men, are located here.
Require Steam Laundry.
REVELSTOKE, B.C.—Pop. 3,700. 1,103 miles West of Winnipeg on the Columbia
River, which is navigable for 200 miles. It is the distributing point for the camps
of this district on the Illecillewaet, Albert Canyon, Trout Lake, Lardeau and Big
Bend, is the junction for Arrow Lake, connection being made at Arrowhead
by steamer. C.P.R. shops established here. Divisional point. Has Brick Plant,
2 Lumber Mills, Electric Light Plant, Cement Block Plant, Telephone, 3 Lumber
Yards, 9 Hotels, 3 Banks, 5 General Stores, 5 Clothing Stores, 2 Drug Stores, Hardware Store, 2 Jewelry Stores, 3 Millinery Stores, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables,
2 Breweries, 3 Meat Markets, 3 Barber Shops, 3 Restaurants, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmith Shops, 2 Pool Rooms, 2 Photographers, 3 Doctors,
Dentist, 3 Lawyers, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 4 Painters, Undertaker, Furniture
Store, 2 Planing Factories, 2 Cigar Factories. There is plenty of electric power
available for manufacturing or industrial propositions at reasonable rates.
THREE VALLEY, B.C.—Pop. 200. 1,118 miles from Winnipeg. Large Lumber
and Shingle Mills located at this point, employing about 100 men. General
Store.
SICAMOUS JCT., B.C.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 300). 1,150 miles West of
Winnipeg. Situate on Shuswap Lake. Junction with rail and steam boat
service to the Okanagan Lake.    Has General Store and Tourist Hotel.
SALMON ARM, B.C.—Pop. 2,500. (Tributary pop. 4,000). 1,167 miles from Winnipeg. On Shuswap Lake at head of Salmon River. Here is located the Dominion
Salmon Hatchery. The soil and climate are suitable for both small and large
fruits, and this industry is carried on extensively. Shipments of .milk exceed 100
gallons per day. Has 3 Hotels, 3 General Stores, 2 Drug Stores, Hardware Store,
Flour and Feed Store, Furniture Store, Plumbing Shop, 2 Livery Stables, Photographer,  Harness Shop,  Butcher,  Baker,  Restaurant, Pool  Room, Barber, 2
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Doctors, 3 Lumber Mills, Box Factory, Creamery, Bank, Weekly Newspaper,
Require Lawyer, Tailor, Fruit Farmers, Vegetable Gardeners and Dairies.
SHUSWAP, B.C.—Pop. 25. (Tributary pop. 700). On North Thompson River.
1,200 miles from Winnipeg in a Ranching Country. 2 Large Lumber Companies
situate 2 miles East, employing 600 men.    General Store.
KAMLOOPS, B.C.—Pop. 4,200. (Tributary pop. 1000). 1,232 miles West of Winnipeg at the confluence of the North and South Thompson Rivers. One of the most
complete Poultry farms is situate 4 miles from this point in the valley. The
climate and natural surroundings being ideal for poultry farming and fruit raising.
Has Stock Yards, 2 Saw Mills with a daily capacity of 86,000 ft., Brick Plant,
Electric Light Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards, 5 Hotels, 3 Banks, 5 General
Stores, 3 Clothing Stores, Shoe Store, 4 Drug Stores, 3 Hardware Stores, 3 Farm
Implement Stores, 3 Jewelry Stores, 8 Dry Goods Stores, 3 Millinery Stores,
2 Newspapers, 2 Livery Stables, 3 Meat Markets, 4 Barber Shops, 4 Restaurants,
Confectioner, 2 Harness Shops, 3 Blacksmiths, Pool Room, Photographer, 6
Doctors, 2 Dentists, 4 Lawyers, 2 Tinsmiths, 3 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 2 Painters,
3 Contracting Carpenters, 2 Undertakers, 5 Grocery Stores, Stationery Store,
Brewery, Sash and Door Factory, 2 Brick Layer Firms, 2 Cigar Factories, Steam
Laundry, Job Printing.
Require Flour Mill, Iron Foundry, Cement Works.
SAVONA, B.C.—Pop. 500.    (Tributary pop. 300).    On Savona Lake,  1,256   miles
West of Winnipeg.     Has   Stock Yards, Saw   Mill,   3 General   Stores,    Hotel
Require Doctor.
WALHACHIN, B.C.—Pop. 100. (Tributary pop. 50). 1,266 miles from Winnipeg.
On banks of Thompson River. There is a large Fruit Orchard at this point
which runs parallel with the Railway, of which 600 acres have already been planted
with fruit trees, and 2,000 additional acreage in preparation. 3,000 tons of potatoes were grown last season between trees, and there is 50 acres under tobacco
crop. It is intended to build a light mono-rail to handle the produce. Has
Poultry Ranch, Livery Stable, General Store, Modern Hotel, Garage, Soda Water
Factory.
ASHCROFT, B.C.—On Thompson River. Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 1,281
miles West*of Winnipeg in one of the best fruit and vegetable districts of British
Columbia; also carries on mixed farming and cattle raising. Ashcroft is the
natural gateway to the Cariboo country and Nechaco Valley. A large subdivision
scheme is now in progress whereby large areas of land are being irrigated and
subdivided into small holdings for fruit raising. This is also the outfitting point
to the Highland Valley, which proves fair to be one of the paying copper camps
of B.C. It is stated that at least two mines in this district will be shipping this
season. Has Electric Light Plant, 2 Hotels, 2 Banks, 4 General Stores, Shoemaker,
Clothing Store, Drug Store, Hardware Store, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry
Store, Newspaper, 3 Livery Stables, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant,
2 Harness Shops, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, Doctor, 2 Lawyers, Tinsmith, Tailor,
Undertaker, 3 Automobile Stage Lines.
Require Laundry, Baker and Confectioner, Dentist.
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SPENCES BRIDGE.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 200). On Thompson River, 1,306
miles from Winnipeg. Junction with Nicola Sub-Division. Fruit and Vegetable
District.    Has Stock Yards, 2 Hotels, General Store.
LYTTON, B.C.—Pop.  675.    (Tributary pop.  4,000).    1,328 miles from  Winnipeg,
at the junction of the Fraser and Thompson Rivers.    A distributing point for
interior towns.    Has 2 Hotels, 4 General Stores, Fruit Farms, Stock Yards.
Require Lawyer, Doctor.
HOPE, B.C.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 200). 1,395 miles West of Winnipeg.
Carries on Fruit Farming.    Has 2 General Stores, Hotel; Livery Stable.
AGASSIZ, B.C.—Pop. 600. 1,414 miles from Winnipeg. Here is located Dominion
Government Experimental Farm. The Harrison Hot Springs are five miles
distant.    Center of a Hop and Fruit Growing District; Bank.
Require Hotel, Doctor.
HARRISON MILLS, B.C.—Pop. 200. (Tributary pop. 100). On Harrison Rirer.
1,423 miles from Winnipeg. In Dairying and Fruit Growing Country. Large
Saw and Shingle Mills in operation at this point, capacity 12,000 ft. per day and
90,000 shingles.
MISSION JCT., B.C.—Pop. 600. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 1,442 miles from Winnipeg. Junction with branch for Sumas Seattle, etc. Center of a large Fruit
Growing district. Has 3 General Stores, Druggist, Implement Store, 3 Hotels,
Gent's Furnishings, Butcher, Hay, Grain and Feed Dealer; Barber Shop, 2 Lumber
Mills, Doctor, Livery Stable, Restaurant, Baker. A company is being formed
to operate at this point in the manufacture of beet sugar, canned fruits and
jam.
RUSKIN, B.C.—Pop. 215. (Tributary pop. 400). 1,449 miles from Winnipeg. Large
Shingle Mill situate here, and the Power Plant of the Western Canada Power
Co.   is under construction 6 miles distant, on Stave Lake, employing 350 men.
HANEY, B.C.—Pop. 500. 1,458 miles West of Winnipeg. Fruit and General Farming carried on. Has large lumber and shingle Mills, 3 General Stores, 2 Brick
Yards and Drain Tile Factory; Logging Camp.
Require Bakery.
HAMMOND, B.C.—Pop. 400. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 1,460 miles West of Winnipeg.
Situate on the banks of the Fraser River, which is navigable to this point for ocean
going vessels; in the famous Maple Ridge fruit growing and dairying district.
Has Creamery, Stock Yards, 2 Lumber Mills, Telephone, Lumber Yards, Hotel,
Bank, General Store, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room,
Doctor, Carpenter.
Require Brick Yard, Box Factory, Canning Factory, Cobbler, Bakery, Drug
Store, Tinsmith.
PORT MOODY, B.C.—Pop. 1,200. 1,472 miles West of Winnipeg. There is a good
water frontage here for factories, mills or elevators.    Has Brick Plant, Telephone,
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2 Hotels, Bank, 3 General Stores, Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops, 3 Confectioners,
Bakery, Doctor, Shingle Mills, 2 Saw and Planning Mills, Oil Refinery, Laundry,
3 Boarding Houses, 3 Pool Rooms, Blacksmith Shop.
Require Wholesale Sash and Door Factory, Tinsmith, Drug Store, Electric Light
Plant.
BARNETT, B.C.—Pop. 250. 9 miles from Vancouver on Burrard's Inlet. Has
Electric Light, Telephone, Lumber Yard, General Store, Chemical Company,
Manufacturers of Acids, etc. Large Saw Mills and Shingle Mills. First class sites
on Burrard's Inlet.
VANCOUVER, B.C.—Pop. 116,000, with large suburban and tributary population.
1,484 miles West of Winnipeg. Is rapidly growing to be one of the largest shipping ports on the Pacific Coast. Its harbour is land locked and sheltered from
all points and is roomy and deep enough for the largest vessels. It is the shipping
port for the Orient, Australia, Mexico, Alaska, etc., and carries on an enormous
trade. It is a well laid out City, with paved streets and modern buildings.
Has Electric Street Railway reaching all districts, connecting with New Westminster and Chilliwack. There are 16 Chartered Banks, Financial, Loan Saving
and Mortgage corporations. Marine Railway Plant where vessels of all sizes
can be docked and repaired; Paper Mills, Rice Mills, 2 Grain Elevators, Meat
Packing House, Steel and Iron Construction Works, Lumber Mills, Cement
Works, Breweries, Manufacturers of Mattresses and Springs, Silk, Jewelry and
Watches, Stoves and Ranges, Radiators, Roofing, Motor Cars, Biscuits and
Candies, Sulphate Works, Oil Refining, Sugar Refinery, Boilers, Metals, etc.
wholesale jobbers in Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Electrical
Supplies, Furniture, Rubber Goods, Brick and Builders' Supplies, Wire Rope,
Pianos and Musical Instruments, Mining Machinery, Tea, Japanese Goods, Carpets, Carriages, Provisions, Fruits, Drugs, and numerous other manufacturing
and wholesale businesses. Electric Power is supplied by the B.C. Electric
Railway Co. at 2c. per K.W.H. and up, and the Canada Power Company is developing, a plant which will generate approximately 100,000 h.p. Vancouver
is bound to be one of the largest Sea Ports on the Pacific Coast, and with its cheap
power and favorable labor conditions and the rapid growth of the City and surrounding country, it affords innumerable openings for all branches of manufacturing and jobbing industries.
WESTMINSTER SUB-DIVISION
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.—Pop. 15,000. (With a large tributary population).
12 miles from Vancouver, on the banks of the Fraser river. Its harbour is land
locked and deep enough for the largest vessels. There are good mill and factory
sites with trackage on reasonable terms. It is the central market for the Fraser
Valley, which is one of the finest agricultural districts in British Columbia.
The city is well laid out; owns river frontage. Has Electric Light, Electric
Railway connection with Vancouver, which railway runs east for 64 miles to
Chilliwack, opening up a large agricultural district. Has College, High Schools,
7 Banks, Daily and Weekly Newspapers, Saw Mills with a daily capacity of a
million and a half feet; Shingle Mills, capacity 200,000 per day; Sash and Door
Factory, capacity 700 doors per day; 4 Box Factories, 2 Brick Plants, Brewery,
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2 Bottling Works, 5 Cigar Factories, Condensed Milk Factory, Clam and Fruit
Factory, Cheese Factory, 3 Cold Storage Houses, Distillery, Dye Works, 39 Fish
Canneries, 2 Gasoline Engine Works, Iron Pipe Factory, 5 Iron Factories, Oatmeal
Mill, 4 Planing Mills, Railway Car Shop, Wood Pipe Factory, Wire Factory, Boiler
Works, 2 Carriage Works, Can Factory, Creamery, Fish Hatchery, Flour Mill,
Steam Laundry, 2 Mineral Water Works, 3 Nurseries, Paper Mill, Rice Mill,
Tannery, Wood Manufacturing Plant, and many others, as Well as ajlull line of
retail businesses.
MISSION SUB-DIVISION
ABBOTSFORD, B.C.—Pop. 800. (Tributary pop. 600). 49 miles from Vancouver
in the Fraser Valley, the Fraser River being about 6?miles north. It is reported
that a five foot seam of steam coal has been discovered within 3 miles of the City,
and prospecting is being continued. B.C. Electric Railway is building through
the Town.    Has 2 Saw Mills and one Shingle Mill, employing about 200 men;
3 General Stores, Hardware Store, Confectioner, Harness Shop, Baker, Drug
Store, 2 Hotels, Livery Stable, Creamery, Blacksmith, Bank, Doctor
OKANAGAN SUB-DIVISION
\
ENDERBY, B.C.—Pop. 700. (Tributary pop. 1,500). 23 miles from Sicamous Jet.
at the junction of the Mable Lake and Spallumcheen Valley. Mixed Farming,
Fruit Growing and Dairying successfully carried on. Has Elevator, capacity
50,000 bushels; Saw Mill, daily capacity 85,000 feet; Planing Mill, Flour Mill,
Brick Plant, Electric Light, Telephone, Lumber Yard, 2 Hotels, Bank, 4 General
Stores, 2 Clothes Stores, Drug Store, Hardware Store, Farm Implement Store,
Jewelry Store, Newspaper, 2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber Shops,
Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Doctor. Lawyer, Tinsmith. Shoemaker,
Tailor, 2 Carpenters, Undertaker.
Require Dentist, Sash and Door Factory.
ARMSTRONG, B.C.—Pop. 1,250. (Tributary pop. 1,300). 32 miles from Sicamous
Jet. A center of rich agricultural country. Has Saw Mill, daily capacity
20,000 ft.; Flour Mill, daily capacity 100 barrels; Elevator, capacity 27,000
bushels; Creamery, Electric Light Plant, Sash and Door Factory, 4 Lumber
Yards, 2 Hotels, Bank, 3 General Stores, Clothes Store, Farm Implement Store,
Shoe Store, Drug Store, 2 Hardware Stores, Jewelry Store, 2 Livery Stables,
2 Meat Markets, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Confectioner, Harness Shop, 2 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer, 2 Doctors, Tinsmith, 2 Shoemakers,
Tailor, Painter, 5 Carpenters, Undertaker, Flour and Feed Store, Furniture Store,
Newspaper, Fancy Goods Store, Nursery, Sash and Door Factory, 2 Fruit and
Vegetable Merchants.
Require Dentist, Canning Factory, Brick and Tile Yard, Machine Shop.
VERNON, B.C.—Pop. 3,500. (Tributary pop. 2,000). 46 miles from Sicamous
Jet., in the Okanagan Valley; a large fruit growing center and rich agricultural
district Good hunting and fishing. Civic Waterworks and Electric Light
System. Here is the famous Coldstream fruit ranch owned by Lord Aberdeen,
which has been so successful in fruit and hop raising.    Has Flour Mill, Creamery,
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6 Hotels, 2 Banks, General Store, 4 Clothing Stores, 5 Shoe Stores, 2 Drug Stores,
3 Hardware Stores, 2 Farm Implement Stores, 3 Jewelry Stores, 2 Millinery Stores,
Newspaper, 4 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 4 Barber Shops, 2 Restaurants,
2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, 2 Photographers,
3 Doctors, 2 Dentists, 4 Lawyers, 3 Tinsmiths, 2 Shoemakers, 2 Tailors, 6 Painters,
8 Carpenters, Undertaker, Sash and Door Factory.
Require Fruit Cannery, Fruit Evaporator, Tin Stamping Factory for manufacturing cans for fruit.
OKANAGAN LAKE
KELOWNA, B.C.—Pop. 1,800. (Tributary pop. 5,000). 28 miles from Okanagan
Landing. Carries on large fruit industry. Has Tobacco Plantations,-Cannery,
Cigar Factory, Brick Plant, Electric Light Plant, Cement Block Plant, Telephone
Lumber Yard, 3 Hotels, 2 Banks, 2 General Stores, Clothes Store, Shoe Store,
2 Drug Stores, 2 Hardware Stores, 2 Farm Implement Stores, Jewelry Store,
3 Millinery Stores, 2 Newspapers, 2 Livery Stables, 2 Meat Markets, 2 Barber
Shops, 2 Restaurants, 2 Confectioners, Harness Shop, 3 Blacksmiths Shops,
Pool Room, Photographer, 6 Doctors, 2 Dentists, 2 Lawyers, 3 Tinsmiths, 2
Shoemakers, 8 Painters, several Carpenters, Undertaker, Furniture Store, 3 Fruit
Packers, Saw Mill, daily capacity 25,000 feet; Planing Mill, Gent's Furnishings,
General Outfitters, 2 Automobile Dealers, Automobile Livery and Garage;
2 Electrician Shops, Lime and Cement Dealer, 4 Wholesale Fruit and Produce
Dealers, Brewery, Aerated waters, Bottling Plant.
Require Box Factory, Laundry, Poultry Farms, additional Cannery.
PEACHLAND, B.C.—Pop. 300. (Tributary pop. 400). 40 miles from Okanagan
Landing. Is the headquarters of the Peachland Fruit Growers' Association
and the Peachland Canning Company. The surrounding district is given up
chiefly to the cultivation of Peaches. Has Baker, Meat and Fish Market, Saw
Mill, Veterinary Surgeon, Flour and Feed Store, General Store, Boot and Shoe
Store, Livery Stable, Blacksmith Shop, Brick Plant.
Require Hotel.
SUMMERLAND, B.C.—Pop. 2,000. On Okanagan Lake. 55 miles from Okanagan
Landing. Large fruit producing center and cattle raising and mixed farming
district. Has Electric Light, Cement Block Plant, Telephone, 2 Lumber Yards,
Hotel, Bank, 3 General Stores, Drug Store, Farm Implement Store, Jewelry Store,
Millinery Store, Newspaper, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Restaurant, Harness Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Pool Room, Photographer, 2 Doctors,
Tinsmith, Shoemaker, Tailor, 2 Painters, 3 Carpenters, Undertaker, Fruit Exchange.
Require Cannery for Fruit, Jams and Vegetables. Electric tramway to handle
fruit and passengers.
NARAMATA, B.C.—Pop. 150. 57 miles from Okanagan Landing, in fruit growing
district. Has Saw Mill, Boat Builder, Dry Goods Store, Contractor, General
Store, Carpenter and Builder, Livery Stable, Supply Company,
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PENTICTON, B.C.—Pop. 1,100. On Okanagan Lake. 63 miles from Okanagan Landing in an excellent fruit growing district. Has Telephone, 3 Lumber Yards,
2 Hotels, 3 Banks, 5 General Stores, Clothes Store, Shoe Store, Drug Store,
Hardware Store, Farm Implement Store, Jewelry Store, Millinery Store Newspaper, 3 Livery Stables, Meat Market, 2 Barber Shops, Restaurant, Confectioner,
Harness Shop, 3 Blacksmiths Shops, Pool Room, Photographer, 2 Doctors,
Dentist, Lawyer, Tinsmith, Shoemaker, 2 Painters, 10 Carpenters, Undertaker,
Wholesale Provision Dealers.
Require Fruit Cannery.
NICOLA SUB-DIVISION
MERRITT, B.C.—Pop. 400. 40 miles from Spences Bridge. Large Coal Mines
situate at this point which produced 62,210 tons of coal in 1909, and employed
145 men. Has 4 General Stores, Photographer, Blacksmith, Baker and Conr
fectioner, Butcher, Lawyer, 2 Doctors, Meat Market, Shoemaker, 2 Hotels,
Brewery, Bakery, Saw Mill, Machinist.
NICOLA, B.C.—Pop. 150. (Tributary pop. 500). 47 miles from Spences Bridge.
Cattle Ranching Country. Has Stock Yards, Telephone, Hotel, Bank, 3 General
Stores, Livery Stable, Meat Market, Barber Shop, Boarding House, Blacksmith,
Harness Shop, 2 Painters, Doctor, Lawyer, 2 Carpenters, Undertakers.
Require Sash and Door Factory, Brick Plant.
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VANCOUVER ISLAND
The principal industries earned on are Mining, Lumber, Agriculture, Fruit and
Mixed Farming and Fisheries. The Island, which is being rapidly opened up by the
Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Company, contains immense natural wealth awaiting development. The Coal Mines produced during the year 1909 more than one
and a half million tons, and employed approximately 3,000 hands. Fruit and
Mixed Farming is successfully carried on and the Creameries yield excellent results.
The Fisheries are very extensive, and whaling is carried on with success in the neighboring seas.
VICTORIA, B.C.—Population 45,000. 84 miles from Vancouver. Is the seat of
the Government and the Capital of British Columbia. Is surrounded by fine fruit
and vegetable growing lands, and poultry raising and mixed farming are carried
on extensively. The B.C. Electric Company is installing a 12,000 h.p. plant at
Jordan River. There is an Electric Street Railway extending through the suburban districts of the City. It is the first Port of Call for Trans-Pacific Liners.
There is a large trade carried on with the Orient, and the lumber, mining, sealing
and fishing industries are increasing steadily. Has Manufactories producing
Soap, Paint, Stoves, Brick and Sewer Pipe, Cigars, Aerated Waters, Awnings,
Baking Powder and Extracts, Boots and Shoes, Paper Boxes, Carriages, Cereals,
Furniture, Show Cases, Harness, Pickles and Sauces, Large Lumber and Shingle
Mills, Chemical'Works, Rice Mills, Large Cement Works (on Todd Inlet), High
Explosives, Packing House, Salmon Canneries, Marine Railway and Ship Repair
Yard, Breweries, Creameries, Furriers, Galvanized Iron Works, Iron Foundries,
Lime Kilns, Whaling, etc.; Wholesale Jobbing Houses handling Groceries, Hardware, Ship Supplies, Drugs, Clothing, Liquors and all lines of trade. Supplies
are shipped from this point all over the Island as well as a large portion of Northern
B.C. It is the headquarters of the B.C. coast service of the Canadian Pacific
Railway Steamship Department, also of the Whale Oil Company operating on
the West Coast.
There are stated to be openings for Wagon Factory, Tannery, Trunks, Bags, etc.,
Cooperage and Barrel Factory, Fruit Preserving, Match Factory, Woollen Mills,
Brush and Broom Factory, Can Factory, etc.
ESQUIMALT, B.C.—Pop. 200. Is Victoria's western suburb. Connected by
Electric Railway. Has fine Harbor, Dry Dock, Arsenal and Naval Hospital,
Lime Kilns and Oyster Beds, British Columbia Foundry and Engine Company's
Works, Hotels, Grocer, Canning Co., Photographer, Confectioner, Shoemaker,
Blacksmith, etc.
DUNCANS, B.C.—Pop. 600. 40 miles from Victoria. Situate in the famous Cowichan Valley, which is ideal for mixed farming and fruit growing  .
CHEMAINUS, B.C.—Pop. 500. 52 miles from Victoria. The Saw Mills of the
Victoria Lumber Company are located here and do a large export trade. Has
3 General Stores, Barber Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Butcher Shop, 2 Hotels, Hospital,  Doctor,  Shoemaker.
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LADYSMITH, B.C.—Pop. 4,000. On Oyster Bay, east Coast of Vancouver Island,
and 59 miles from Victoria. It is the shipping point for the Wellington Coal
Mines, which employ 800 men and have a daily output of 1,500 tons, most of the
miners living in this Town. It is an important coaling station for the Coasters
and ocean-going craft. The Tyee Copper Co. operates a smelter. The land is
suitable for raising poultry, vegetables and small fruits. Has Stock Yards,
Lumber, Lath, Shingles and Sash Manufactory, 2 Doctors, Dentist, Druggist,
Lawyer, 2 Banks, 18 Hotels, 2 Restaurants, 2 Fruit and Confectionery Stores,
Hardware Store, Furniture Store, 2 Stationery Stores, 6 General Stores, 4 Livery
Stables, 3 Bakeries, 2 Blacksmiths Shops.
NANAIMO, B.C.—Pop. 10,000. Is 72 miles from Victoria and 33 miles from Vancouver by boat. Chief industry Coal Mining, and is also important center
of Herring industry. Extensive farming and fruit growing district. Daily
steamer service to Vancouver in addition to its Railway connection with Victoria.
Has Electric Light, Telephone and Gas, Saw Mill, Shingle Mill, Brass and Iron
Foundry, Fishery and Curing Establishments, Brewery, Court House, Customs
House, 2 Newspapers, Public Schools, Hotels, Banks, Wholesale and Retail
Grocers, Stores of various kinds, Carriage Makers, Restaurants, Fruiterers
and Confectioners, Watchmakers and-Jewellers, etc. The works of the Hamilton
Powder Company adjoin this City.
WELLINGTON, B.C.—Pop. 250. The present terminus of the E. and N. Railway,
78 miles from Victoria. The Wellington Collieries are situated here. Has Hotel,
General Store, Public Schools, Fruit Store.
ALBERNI, B.C.—Pop. 800. Situate at head of Alberni Canal, and Terminus of
E. & N. Railway, now under construction from Wellington. There is a fine Harbor and a large surrounding area of magnificently timbered lands. Farming,
Fruit Growing and Dairying are carried on with success. Mining, Lumbering
and Fishing principal industries. Has 3 Saw Mills, Salmon Cannery, 4 General
Stores, Bakery, Newspaper, Tailor, 2 Blacksmiths, 3 Builders, Undertake'
Carriage Maker, Bank, Contractor, Dentist.
Require Furniture Store and many other lines of business.
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WATER   POWERS
IK THE
PROVINCES OF WESTERN ONTARIO, MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN,
ALBERTA  AND BRITISH COLUMBIA
No complete survey has yet been made of the Water Powers in the Central West,
and the information given below has been collated from such reports as are issued by
the Dominion Government.
WESTERN ONTARIO
Between Port Arthur and the Eastern Boundary of Manitoba.
Location
Current River—
Falls at Mouth   	
Cascades	
Kaministikwia River—
Mt. McKay & Kakabeka
Falls Ry	
Kakabeka    Falls    and
Ecarte Rapids   	
Rapids	
Rapids	
Dog Falls	
Pigeon River—
High Falls	
Cascades	
Arrow River—
High Falls	
Kawa Ashkagama River—
Upper Falls	
Howard Falls	
Estimated Min:
24. H. h.p.
1.020
910
1.887
13.100
728
1.350
14.200
1.250
545
202
127
190
Present
Installation
1.100
10.000
Remarks
Port Arthur Municipal Pit.
Lot 2, Blk. A, Paipoonge
(proposed development)
Kaministikwia Power
25 miles from Port Arthur
At mouth of River
North of height of land (tributary to Kenogami)
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RAINY RIVER DISTRICT
Location
Estimated Min:
24. H. h.p.
Present
Installation
Remarks
Seine River—
Seine Falls	
800
Island Falls	
1 510
Minto Mine Adjacent
Lynx Head Chute   ....
880
Sturgeon Falls   	
2.900
1.320
Rainy River—
Koochiching Falls ....
14.000
In process of development;
half   of   this   available   to
Ontario.
Winnipeg River—
E. Branch Kenora	
4.100
W. Branch Kenora ....
18.000
Island Falls   	
59.300
Wabigoon River—
Upper Falls Dryden . . .
Lower Rapids Dryden .
568
480
English River—
Pelican Chute	
3.490
E<g
Ear Rapids	
16.100
17.800
Manitou Chute	
Fall   	
9.670
Rapids	
Falls	
3.980
6.820
Rapids	
Rapids	
Kettle Falls	
4.360
4.910
15.550
Rapids	
Caribou Falls   	
12.250
5.050
Note.—The town of Kenora has developed 10,000 h.p. from falls a quarter of
a mile west of the town.
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MANITOBA
Location
Possible Dev. in
Amount
Remarks
h.p.
Developed
Winnipeg R ver—
City of Winnipeg will de
Point du Bois Falls . . .
65.000
velop 60.000 h.p. within
1 year.
Slave Falls   	
40 000
Title in crown
Sturgeon Falls   	
10.000
Title in crown
Pinawa Channel	
30.000
18.U00
Winnipeg Electric Railway
McArthur Fall No. 1
15.000
Title in crown
McArthur Fall No. 2
15.000
Title in crown
Grand du Bonnet Falls
75.000
Leased Great Falls Power
Co.
White Mud Falls   	
27.000
Title in Crown
Silver Falls	
50.000
17.000
<<              a
Pine Falls   	
<«              i<
Upper    Seven    Rapids
Falls	
30.000
<<              n
Lower    Seven    Rapids
Falls	
20.000
<<              <«
Little Saskatchewan at
Minnedosa 	
1.000
To be developed by town of
Minnedosa
Other rivers   	
100.000
18.000
Estimated
TOTAL 	
495.000
SASKATCHEWAN
Location
Possible Dev.
in h.p.
N. Saskatchewan-
Coles    Rapids
Churchill River
Other Rivers including the
Montreal River in which
there are many rapids
150.000
50.000
300.000
500.000
Amount
Developed
Remarks
Title in Crown
Estimated
Note.—Power is being developed on the South Saskatchewan River, 9 miles
from Saskatoon, for the City of Saskatoon.
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ALBERTA
Location
Possible Dev.
in h.p.
Amount
Developed
Remarks
Crowsnest River    	
1.500
Title in Crown
Bow River at Calgary   ....
500
330
Calgary Water Power Co.
Bow River at Radnor    ..
3.000
Applied for by the Alta.
Portland Cement Co.
Bow River at Horse Shoe
Applied   for   by   Calgary
Falls	
8.000
Power & Transmission Co
Kananaskis Falls—
Bow River	
20.000
9.000
Title in Crown
Big Horn River   	
Title in Crown
2.000
1.000
Blindman River Power Co.
Athabaska River—
Grand Rapids    	
250.000
Title in Crown
Peace River—
Peace River Chutes.. .
250.000
Title in Crown
Slave River at Fort Smith.
300.000
Other Rivers	
300.000
Estimated
TOTAL 	
1.144.000
1.330
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Location
Possible Dev.
in h.p.
Amount
Developed
Remarks
Kootenay River—
Coquitlan Lake	
267.000
30.000
7.000
1.500
60.000
1.000.000
700.000
40.000
30.000
2.000
1  100
West Kootenay Co.
Vancouver Power Co.
Kettle River	
Cascade Water Power Co.
North Fork Kettle River ..
Stave River	
Granby Company
Approximate
Approximate
Better known water powers
Smaller powers	
2.065.500
73.000
Note.—The B.C. Electric Railway Co. are developing 12,000 h.p. from the
Jordan River, Victoria, and the Western Canada Power Company are developing
the Stave River Falls to the extent of 60,000 h.p.
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