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T. Eaton Co

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General Merchants and Manufacturers, Toronto and Winnipeg, Canada. Buying and Shipping Offices: 7 and 7i, Warwick Lane, London, E.C.; 26, York Street, Manchester; OA, Alliance Chambers, Leicester; 47/8, Scottish Temperance Buildings, Belfast; 103, Rue Reaumur, Paris; 15, Wallstrasse, Berlin; 43, Brandschenkestrasse, Zurich; 45, East 17th Street, New York.

Established in Toronto in, 1869, and in Winnipeg in 1905, by the late Timothy Eaton. Incorporated as a Private Limited Company.

1914 President: Jno. C. Eaton. Vice-President: R. Y. Eaton. Second Vice-President: Harry McGee. Staff: From 12,000 to 15,000, according to season.

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