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Identifier: mechcontract1909toro
Title: Mechanical Contracting & Plumbing January-December 1909
Year: 1909 (1900s)
Subjects: Air conditioning Refrigeration and refrigerating machinery Heating Plumbing
Publisher: Toronto : Maclean-Hunter Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: Fisher - University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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rants, standpipes. 121048. C. W. Merrill, Alameda, Cal.,pressure filters. 121067. D. W. Robb, Amherst, N.S.,steam generators. 121120. J. W. Currie, Minneapolis,feed water heaters. 121125. J. Deam, Pendleton, Man-chester, Eng., boilers or steam genera-tors. 121138. F. Gremmels, Mannheim,Germany, sectional boilers. GEO. WILSON JOINS BENEDICTS. George T. Wilson, wk;o covers thenorth country for the Dominion RadiatorCo., and .covers it well, be it said, un-dertook to write up the biggest con-tract of his life at Owen Sound lastTuesday. George is a cool customer andhas the reputation of being able to fig-ure out a puzzling heating contract with-out getting rattled, and he is sufficientlysanctimonious-looking to indicate that heisnt altogether unfamiliar with the ap-pearance of church interiors, but not-withstanding this, he had his trouble inmaintaining his composure when stand-ing before Rev. J. T. C. Morris, on Oc-tober 26, and saying the words whichcompleted the wedding contract between

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WAITING AT THE CHURCH,A Snapshot Taken by J. E. Farrell, atNorth Bay, Before George WilsonTied up. Miss Carrie Sitzer, of Owen Sound, andhimself. George is an experienced traveler, butone of his many friends says he didntaltogether appreciate the marked atten-tion paid to his bride and himself atthe station and on the train, so, know-ing one of the train hands, a jolly andwell-intentioned Irishman, he said:Jerry, I notice everyone is sizing usup and having lots of fun about us. Youhavent been telling them that werejust married, have you? What, metell them! said Jerry. No, and if any- 17 one tries to get anything ouL of me, Illtell them you arent married at all. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will make theirhome at 182 Sorauren Avenue, Toronto,and when sitting in his den smoking hispipe or studying his Sunday school les-son, he will be reminded of his week-day associates, the Dominion Radiatorstaff having presented him with a set ofmission furniture as a wedding present. HELPING A STREET FAKIR. A

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