CANADIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION - 1922
The annual Canadian National Exhibition held in Toronto Aug. 26th to Sept. 9th exceeded any of its predecessors both in interest and attendance with 1,372,500 paid admissions, against 1,242,000 last year. Handsome and well-arranged display of silverware were made by the Canadian Wm. A. Rogers, Ltd., the Standard Silver Co., Ltd., of Toronto, and the McGlastian Clarke Co.. Ltd., of Niagara Falls, Out., the latter also showing a line of stainless steel cutlery. Ambrose Kent & Sons, Toronto, had an exhibit of regalia and souvenir goods and J. B. Parry, jeweler, had an assortment of brooches, pins and souvenirs. British manufacturers were represented in a display arranged by the Imperial Government's Overseas Trade Department, which included an exhibit of jewelry and medallions by Burns, Oakes & Washbourne. Ltd., of London, and some line showings of ceramics. Jewelers visiting Toronto during the exhibition fortnight included J. R. Wendt, Wroxeter; I. R. Bentley, Port Perry; R. Hadley, Frankford; W. J. Chambers. Coldwater; George Savage, Guelph; R. J, Rutherford, Fergus; J. H. Young, Brantford: O. R. Bensette, Windsor; J. R. Diller. Thedford; H. Wendt, Clifford; G. Madden. Orillia; W. Sanguine, Renfrew; J. M. Hicks. Whitby; R. J. Roger, Kingston; Allan Hill, Alliston; W. H. Smith, Oakville; J. H. Porte, Picton; J. W. Phillips, Calcdon East; F. W. Coates. Kingston; A. C. Darling, Petrolia; G. R. Hartley. Marmora, and W. H. Hopper, Cobourg, all Ontario; W. S. Brown, Huntingdon, and A. C. Skinner, Sherbroke, Quebec, and W. Wagner, Edmondston, N. B.
Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 20th September 1922