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Dunn & Eraser, Barristers and Solic-
itors, Dominion Bank Bldg., Moose Jaw;
Director, Bank of Saskatchewan; Presi-
dent, Moose Jaw Securities, Ltd.; Presi-
dent, Saskatchewan Creamery Co., Ltd.;
Director, Executors & Administrators
Trust Co., Ltd.; Vice-President, Saskat-
chewan Bond Corporation, Ltd.; Direc-
tor, General Loan Co. of Canada; Di-
rector, Moose Jaw Stores, Ltd. Born
near London, Ont, son of Thomas and
Mary Sifton Caldwell. Educated Strath-

roy public schools and Collegiate Insti-
tute. With W. E. Seaborn, Moose Jaw,
1904-1910; called to Saskatchewan Bar,
1910; member of firm Caldwell ^ Dunn,
1910-1912; present partnership formed,
1912. President Liberal Assn. Alderman,
Moose Jaw, 1912. Married Dora Mac-
pherson, daughter of J. A. Macpherson,
1910. Society: A. F. & A. M. (Past Mas-
ter, Past District Deputy Grand Master).
Recreations: tennis, golf. Liberal; Pres-
byterian. Address: 10 Clifton Ave.,
Moose Jaw, Sask.



CAIiDEB, Tmiuau Frederick. — Finan-
cial Brolter, 112 Second Ave., S., Saska-
toon; President Standard Investment Co.,
Ltd.; Director Canada National Fire In-
surance Co.; manager Standard Trust
Co.; treasurer Sasltatoon Board of
Trade. Born Portage la Prairie, Man.,
May 17, 1880, son of Lewis and Emma
Calder. Educated Public Schools North
Dakota and Gretna, Man. Clerk in J. P.
Shannon Hardware Co., Glenboro, Man.,
1895-1897; Manager C. B. Armitage &
Co., 1897-1900; hardware business for
himself, Carlyle, Sask., 1900-1903; real
estate and brokerage business, Carlyle,
1903-1905; came to Saskatoon and be-
came Vice-President Saskatoon Loan &
Realty Co., 1905; took over business,
1907; agent for Standard Trusts Co.,
Winnipeg, since 1902; Provincial Man-
ager since 1909. Married Adella Coch-
rane, Brandon, Man., 1908; has one son
and two daughters. Club: Saskatoon;
Societies: I. O. O. F.; C. O. F. (delegate
to Grand Lodge, Montreal, 1909). Recre-
ations: Curling, football. Liberal; Pres-
byterian. Address: Saskatchewan St.,
Snpkatoon, Sa.sk.

CAIiSEBOir, Alfred Merigron, F. K. A.

S. — Architect, 342 Jasper Ave. E., Ed-
monton. Born Hampton Court, Middle-
sex, England, June 7, 1861, son of Clara
N. Storey and Philip H. Calderon, R. C.
Educatedh Sevenoaks, Kent; London Uni-
versity College School; Royal Academy
Schools. Pupil of late George Edmund
Street, R. A., five years; also with
Charles J. Ferguson, architect, Carlisle,
England; associated as architect with
Sir Alma Tadema, R. A., in building of
his residence. Came to Canada, 1887;
partner of late King Arnoldi, architect,
Ottawa, 1887-1895; In offices New York,

Baltimore and Washington, 1895-1906;
has practiced, Edmonton since 1906. Mar-
ried Helen May Bate, Ottawa, Clubs:
Edmonton; Rideau (Ottawa). Address:
523 Fourth St., Edmonton, Alta.

OAImHWHIiIm, Henry Fleming- — Of

Caldwell & Rzesnoski, General Mer-
chants. President, Agricultural So-
ciety; Vice-President, Million for Mani-
toba League. Born Orchardville, Gray
County, Ont., Dec. 16, 1857, son of
Thomas and Eliza Caldwell. Educated:
Public Schools, Gray County. In mer-
cantile business in partnership with his
brother, Orchardville, 1874-1900; came
to Manitoba and established present
business, 1900. Interested in breeding
of Shorthorn cattle and blooded horses.
Elected Mayor, Dauphin, by acclamation
1911-1912. Councillor, 1905-1909. Mar-
ried Eliza Pinder, Orchardville, 1886;
has three sons and three daughters.
Society: I. O. O. F. Recreation: driv-
ing. Liberal; Methodist. Address:
Fourth Ave., S. W., Dauphin, Man.

CAI.]LANAir, Michael, I^. &. C. S., I. i;.
& I.. M. (K. & Q.), C. P. 1., M. t. A.—

Physician. Born Clonakilty County,
Cork, Ireland, March 29, 1849, son of
Daniel J. Callanan. Educated: Dublin
and Paris. Practiced, Kilbrittain and
Rosscarbery, County Cork, Ireland, 1875-
1883. Physician to Royal Cariboo Hos-
pital, Barkerville. Represents Cariboo in
British Columbia Legislature. Married
Hannah Healy, 1885; has one son and
two daughters. Conservative; Roman
Catholic. Address: Barkerville, B. C.

CAMBIE, Henry John. — Consulting En-
gineer, C. P. R., Vancouver. Born Coun-
ty Tipperary, Ireland, Oct. 25, 1836, son
of CTharles and Jane Disney Cambie. Edu-
cated: Leicester, England. Came to Can-
ada, 1852. Engineer, G. T. R., 1854-1861;
land surveyor, Ontario, 1861-1864; sur-
veyor. Inter-colonial Ry., 1864-1865; en-
gineer, Pictou, N. S., 1866; engineer,
Windsor & Annapolis Ry., 1867-1869,
charge of works, Intercolonial Ry , 1870-
1873. Came to British Columbia, 1874


Charge of work, Nanaimo & Esquimault
Ry., 1874; surveyor, C. P. R., 1874-1875;
charge of surveys, C. P. R., 1876-1879;
charge of construction work through
Fraser River Canyons, 1880-1885; super-
intendent of construction, C. P. R., Sa-
vona's Ferry to Shuswap Lake, 1884-
1885; engineer Pacific Division, C. P. R.,
1886-1902; consulting engineer since
1903. Married Helen E. Fay, Halifax,
N. S. Has one son and four daughters.
Society: A. F. & A. M. Anglican Ad-
dress: Vancouver, B. C.

CAMBBIDGZ:, John James. — Regis-
trar, Supreme and County Courts and
Clerk of the Peace, New Westminster.
Born Quebec, March 29, 1865, son of
Thomas and Catherine Cambridge. Edu-
cated Montreal and Toronto. Clerk,
wholesale fancy goods store, Toronto,
1882. Came to British Columbia, 1889.
Was active playing member of New
Westminster and Shamrock, Montreal,
lacross clubs. Married Maud Mary De-
voy. New Westminister; has one daugh-
ter. Club: Westminster. Societies: K.
of C. ; C. M. B. A. Recreations: Fishing,
hunting, lacrosse. Roman Catholic. Ad-
dress: 87 Fourth St., New Westminster,
B. C.

CAMEBON', Alexander T., M. A., B.Sc.

— Lecturer physiology, Manitoba Uni-
versity, Winnipeg. Born, London, Eng-
land, May 24, 1882, son of Alexander and
Jane M. Cameron. Educated: Edin-
burgh University, London; Karlsrude,
Germany. 1851 Exhibition scholar, 1906-
1909; Carnegie Research Fellow, 1909;
present position since 1909; published
works in transactions of the Chemical
Society; Proceedings Royal Society. Ad-
dress: Manitoba University, Winnipeg,

CAMERON, Bruce. — Publicity Commis-
missioner. Born Chatham, Ont., Sept.
25, 1871, son of Donald and Janet Mc-
Naughton Cameron. Educated: Public
and High Schools Chatham. Came to
Alberta, 1903. Reporter, Calgary Al-
bertan, Calgary, 1903-1904; Calgary Her-
ald, 1904-1910. Publicity Commissioner
and Clerk to City Commissioners, 1911-
1912. Conservative. Address: Calgary,

CAMBRON, His Honor l^lent. Col.
Bouglas C. — Lieutenant Governor of
Manitoba. Born Prescott County,
Ont,. June 18, 1854, son of Colin
and Annie Cameron. Educated High
School, Vankleek Hill, Ont. En-
gaged farming, Ontario, 1871-1880; came
ta Winnipeg 1880; engaged in various
occupations until fall of 1883, when
identified himself with lumber business
under firm name Cameron & Co.; later
Cameron & Kennedy; business incorpo-
rated as Ontario & Western Lumber Co.,
1892; later changed to Rat Portage Lum-
ber Co., of which has been general man-
ager since 1892; president since 1894;
president Maple Leaf Flour Mills; direc-


tor Northern Crown Bank; director Man-
itoba Bridge & Iron Co.; director Gas
Traction Co.; councillor of Rat Port-
age, 1891; mayor, 1891-1894; elected to
the Ontario Provincial Legislature for
Fort William and Lake of the Woods,
1902; defeated, 1905; unsuccessful candi-
date Manitoba Legislature for South
Manitoba, 1908; unsuccessful candidate
to'House of Commons for Winnipeg, 1908;
appointed Honorary Lieutenant Colonel
79th Highlanders, 1910; appointed lieu-
tenant governor of Manitoba, Aug. 1,
1911. Married Margaret Cameron Fergu-
son, Vankleek Hill, 1880; has two sons
and one daughter. Clubs: Manitoba; St.
Charles Country. Recreation: horses.
Liberal; Presbyterian. Address: Gov-
ernment House, Winnipeg, Man.

CAISIBBON, Duncan, TIL X,. A. — Farm-
er. Born Morven, Argyllshire, Scotland,
May 1, 1863, son of Alexander and Mary
Cameron. Educated Oban, Scotland. One
of the first to take up lands Gilbert
Plains, 1889; conducted general store,
1893-1899. On formation of municipal-
ity became first reeve by acclamation.
Represents Gilbert Plains, Manitoba
Legislature. Married Christina McTav-
ish, Worcester, Ont, 1896; has one son
and four daughters. Presbyterian; In-
dependent Conservative. Address: Gil-
bert Plains, Man.

CAMBBON, Hon. John D. — Born East
Nissouri, Oxford County, Ont., Sept. 18,
1858; Educated Woodstock Collegiate
Institute; Woodstock College, and To-
ronto University (B. A. Gold Medal in
classics and mathmetics and Prince of
Wales Prizeman 1879), Barrister 1882,
went west and was called to Manitoba
bar 1888; was in active practice in Win-
nipeg; a Bencher of the Law Society
and appointed Counsel for G. T. P. Ry.
west of Port Arthur, 1903; member Mani-
toba Legislature for South Winnipeg,
and held office as Provincial Secretary
1892-98, when he was appointed Attorney



General vice Sifton; was one of the Com-
missioners for Manitoba to meet Ottawa
delegates on Manitoba School questions,
March, 1896, and in October of same year
was sent to Ottawa as a delegate from
his Government on same question; a
member Royal Commission re Manitoba
University, 1908; appointed a Judge of
the King's Bench, Manitoba, Jan., 1908; a
Judge of the Court of Appeals, April
27, 1910. Liberal; Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: Winnipeg, Man.


CAMERON, John Hugh— Of W. B. S.
Trimble Company, Ltd., Real Estate and
Financial Brokers, Bowerman Block,
Saskatoon. Born Campbellville, Ont.,
July 29, 1879, son of John and Mary
Cameron. Educated Campbellville pub-
lic school; Hamilton Collegiate Insti-
tute. Came to Saskatchewan, 1901;
representative of Northern Elevator Co.,
Ltd., of Winnipeg, Pense, Sask., 1901-
1905; traveled for John Duff & Son, Pork
Packers, Hamilton, 1905-1907; with pres-
ent firm since 1907. Married Maggie
Trevaskis, Hamilton, Ont., 1903. Lib-
eral; Presbyterian. Address: Temper-
ance St., Saskatoon, Sask.

CAlffiEBOXr, John J. — Of Cameron &
Anderson, Real Estate and Financial
Brokers, 205 8th Ave., W., Calgary;
branch ofHce, London, England. Born Col-
lingwood, Ont., April 29, 1887, son of
Hugh and Annie Cameron. Educated pub-
lic and high schools. Ontario. Taught
school, Ontario, 1905-1908. Came to Al-
berta, 1908. Manager, F. C. Lowes &
Co., Nanton, Alta., 1908-1910. Began
present business 1911. Member of Cal-
gary Board of Trade. Societies: A. F.


& A. M. ; S. O. S. Liberal; Presbyterian.
Address: Devenish Block, Calgary, Alta.


CAMUBON, Joseph Robert. — General
Superintendent Canadian Northern Rail-
ways, Winnipeg. Born Truro, N. S.,
Nov. 5, 1865, son of John and Sarah
Cameron. Educated Model School.
Truro. Came to Manitoba, 1882;
baggageman and conductor, C. P. R.,
Winnipeg, 1882-1885; conductor and
trainmaster, N. P. Ry., Winnipeg and
Grand Forks, N. D.. 1886-1901; ap-
pointed general superintendent C.
N. Ry., 1901. Married Mary Falconer,
daughter of Jabez Falconer, Streets-
ville, Ont., 1885; has three sons and two
daughters. Clubs: Carleton, Winnipeg
Automobile, Commercial (Port Arthur).
Recreation: Motoring. Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: 822 Preston Ave. Winnipeg, Man.

CAMERON, J. Scott, B. A. — Barrister.
Born Hamiota, Man., April 19, 1883, son



of Rev. John Hugh and Charlotte Ged-
die Cameron. Educated Russell; Man-
itoba University; taught school, Plumas
and Arden, 1904. Called to Manitoba bar
and commenced practice Gladstone, 1909.
Societies: I. O. O. F. (Secretary); I. O.
G. T. Recreations: Hockey, hunting,
canoeing, swimming, football, baseball,
tennis, shooting. Liberal; Presbyterian.
Address: Gladstone, Man.

CAMEBON', Margraret Cameron. — Wife
of Hon. D. C. Ca.meron, lieutenant gover-
nor of Manitoba. Born Vankleek Hill,
Ont., daughter of William and Jessie
Candlish Fergusson. Educated, Mont-
real. Came to Manitoba, 1882. Clubs:
St. Charles Country; Women's Musical;
Western Art Association. Recreation:
Books. Married Douglas C. Cameron,
1882; has two sons and one daughter.
Anglican. Address: 65 Roslyn Road,
Winnipeg, Man.

CAMERON, William Bleasdell. — Edi-
tor and autlior, and manager Bassano
News. Born Trenton, Ont., July 26,
1862, son of John and Agnes Emma Cam-
eron. Educated Trenton public and high
schools. Druggist, 1879. Came to
Northwest Territories and engaged trad-
ing with Indians, 1881; made prisoner by
Big Bear at Frog Lake massacre, 1885.
Writer for a number of English and
American magazines and papers, and for
some years followed newspaper and mag-
azine work in St. Paul, New York and
other American cities; edited "Field and
Stream," New York City, 1897-1898. Has
published stories in Harper's Weekly,
Outing, Collier's, Youth's Companion,
Metropolitan, Argonaut, Temple Bar,
London Windsor and other magazines.
Member Town Council, Vermillion, 1907-
1908; secretary-treasurer Vermillion
Board of Trade, 1908; founder Vermillion
Signal. Societies: A. F. & A. M. Recre-
ations: hunting, camping, fishing and
riding. Married Mary Maud Atkins.
1902; has two sons. Address: Vermil-
lion, Alta.

CAMERON, William. S. — Vice-presi-
dent and Managing Director Federal In-
vestments, Ltd., 350 Pender St. W., Van-
couver; director Burrard Lubricating
Syndicate; director Pacific Tin Mining &
Smelting Co., Ltd. Born Arthur, Ont, Oct.
9, 1876, son of Hugh and Margaret Bum-
side Cameron. Educated public schools,
Arthur. Hardware clerk, Antigonish,
N. S., 1891-1893; with John Sloan, Gait,
Ont., 1893-1894; clerk Charles Basker-
ville, Winnipeg, 1894-1898; traveling
salesman Marshall-Wells Hardware Co.,
Winnipeg, 1898-1903; general manager
Coltart Cameron Co., Ltd., Winnipeg,
1903-1907. Came to British Columbia
1907; hardware business for himself,
Vancouver, 1907-1908; traveling sales-
man, McLennan McFeeley & Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, 1908-1909; traveling sales-
man, Caverhill, Lamont & Co., Montreal,
1909-1910; present business established
1910. Alderman, Vancouver, 1911. Mem-

ber of executive Vancouver Liberal As-
sociation; vice-president Ward 6 Liberal
Association; Hon. president Kitsilano
Improvement Association. Married Ma-
bel Hamlyn Bowmanville, Ont, 1904;
has one son. Societies: I. O. O. F.; Unit-
ed Commercial Travelers' Association.
Liberal; Presbyterian. Address: 2544
Third Ave. W., Kitsilano, Vancouver,
B. C.

CAMFBEI^Ii, Alexander Bower. — Of

Campbell & Ottewell, Millers, Currie and
Hardisty streets, Edmonton. Born Perth,
Ont, Oct 20, 1859,. son of John G. and
Helen Campbell. Educated public and
high schools, Perth, Ont. Farming, Lan-
ark County, Ont., 1878-1888; flour mill-
ing, J. G. Campbell & Son, Kingston,
Ont 1889-1901; came to Alberta, 1901;
manager Dowling Milling Co., Edmonton,
1901-1906; bought that business and
formed present partnership, 1906. Mem-
ber Edmonton Hospital Board; president
Edmonton Exhibition Association since
1909. Married Catharine C. Kippen,
daughter of Duncan Kippen, postmaster,
Perth, Ont., 1885; has one daughter. Club:
Edmonton. Societies: A. F. & A. M. ;
I. O. O. P.; St Andrew's. Recreations:
Shooting, travel. Liberal; Presbyterian.
Address: 295 Seventh St. Edmonton,

CAMFBEIjI^, Alexander Bouglas, M.

B. — Of Drs. Panton & Campbell, Phys-
icians and Surgeons, Hodson Bldg.,
North Battleford. Born Priceville, Ont,
Dec. 11, 1882, son of Hugh and Mary
Campbell. Educated public and high
schools, Owen Sound; Toronto Univer-
sity. Practiced, Blind River, Ont, 1907-
1908; Glammis, Ont, 1908-1911; North
Battleford, since 1911. Married Mar-
jorie Corbet, daughter of Robert Cor-
bet, Owen Sound, 1911. Societies: A.
F. & A. M.; I. O. O. F. Recreation:
shooting. Liberal; Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: George St., North Battleford,



CAMFBEIiIi, Archibald B. — Managing
Director, Okanagan Falls Land Co., Ltd.,
Penticton. Born Mara, Ont., Aug. 18,
1861, son of John Smith and Christine
Anne Campbell. Educated: Public
Schools. Sawmill laborer, Fenelon Falls,
1890: foreman. Parry Sound Lumber
Co., 1905-1907; Superintendent, Pentic-
ton Lumber Co.,' Penticton, 1907-1908;
member of firm, Campbell & Kay, 1908-
1909; began present business, 1910. Mar-
ried Marie M. Salter, "Vancouver, 1907;
lias two sons. Recreations: hunting,
fishing, motoring. Liberal; Presbyter-
ian. Address: Penticton, B. C.

CAMFBEIiIi, ArcUbaldi Charles, B. A.

— Of Haney. Campbell & Arundel, Bar-
risters, 716 Mclntyre Block, Winnipeg.
Born Scotland, son of James and Eliza-
beth Campbell. Came to Winnipeg 1886.
Educated public schools and St. John's
College, Winnipeg. Called to bar and
practiced Winnipeg since 1897. Married
Cecilia Wallace, Niverville Man., 1903;
has one daughter. Society: A. F. & A. M.
Recreation: Shooting. Liberal; Presby-
teran. Address: 108 Gerrard St., Win-
nipeg, Man.

CAMPBEI^Ii, Archie, M. I. A. — Farm-
er. Born Dorchester, Middlesex County,
Ont, Jan. 18, 1862, son of David and
Barbara Campbell. Educated public
schools Dorchester. Member Alberta
Legislature for Vermillion. Married Liz-
zie Wallis, 1894; has one son. Liberal;
Presbyterian. Address: Innisfree, Alta.

CAMPBBi;!^, Charles McKinnon, B. A.,
B. Sc. — Assistant superintendent Granby
Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Power
Co., Phoenix. Born Clinton Ont., Sept.
30, 1876, son of John M. and Mary Camp-
bell. Educated public schools Winnipeg;
Manitoba University; McGill University.
Engineer Radnor Mine, Eganville, Ont.,
1902-1904. Came to British Columbia,
1904; engineer Granby Co. 1904-1911; as-
sistant superintendent since 1911. Lib-
eral; Baptist. Address: Phoenix, B. C

CAMPBEI^I^, Hon. Colin E., K. C, F.
B. C. I. — Minister of Public Works for
Manitoba; of Campbell, Pitblado, Hoskin
& Bennett, Barristers, Farmer Block,
Winnipeg. Born Burlington, Ont.,
Dec. 25, 1859, son of John H. and
Jane Campbell. Educated public schools;
Osgoode Hall. Called to Ontario bar,
1881; Manitoba bar, 1882; Saskatchewan
and Alberta bars, 1896; K. C, 1893; un-
successful candidate to the House of
Commons for Winnipeg, 1893; elected
to Manitoba Legislature 1899; ap-
pointed a member of the executive
council of Manitoba, without portfolio,
when Hon. H. J. Macdonald became Pre-
mier, Jan. 10, 1900. Accepted office
same administration as Attorney General


October 9, 1900. Re-elected Oct. 27, 1900,
1903 and 1907. Accepted same office un-
der Premier Roblin, Oct. 29, 1900; ap-
pointed Minister Public Works, 1911.
Delegate to Interprovincial Conference,
Ottawa, 1906 and 1910; delegate to Im-
perial Conference on Education, London,
Eng., 1907; presented to Prince and
Princess of Wales, St. James' Palace,
1902; presented to late King Edward,
St. James' Palace, 1908; presented to
King George and Queen Mary, Bucking-
ham Palace, 1911; present at Their Maj-
esties' Coronation, 1911. Author of much
varied and important legislation, some
of which has been confirmed on appeal
to Privy Council, England. Introduced
resolution for extension of Provincial
boundaries north and west, 1905. Mem-
ber Board of Management, Manitoba
College, 1891; Chairman of same since
1897. President Y. M. C. A., five years.
Married Minnie Julia Beatrice Buck,
daughter of Anson Buck, M. D., M. R. C. S.,
Palermo, Ont., 1884; has one son and
one daughter. Clubs: Manitoba; Carle-
ton; Adanac; St. Charles Country; Al-
bany (Toronto); Grosvenor (London).
Society: A. F. & A. M. Conservative;
Presbyterian. Address: Inverary, 260
Roslyn Road, Winnipeg, Man.

CAMPBBIiIi, David Alexander. — Real
Estate Broker and Rancher, Grain Ex-
change, Calgary; breeder of thorough-
bred horses, Burnside Ranch, three
miles west of Calgary. Born Barrie,
Ont., June 18, 1871, son of Alexander
and Isabella Campbell. Educated public
schools and College Institute Barrie;
Toronto University. Salesman, McColl
Bros., Toronto, 1891-1896; United States
representative J. H. Farr, Toronto, 1896-
1897; sales manager soap department
American Linseed Co., New York, 1897:
this company absorbed by Standard Oil
Co., 1898; engaged with latter firm until
1905; came to Alberta, 1906; one of the.




best known breeders of thoroughbred
horses in tue West, taking first trophies
in this class at Calgary Horse Show dur-
ing past few years. Gay Boy, a well-
known winner on eastern tracks and win-
ner of grand championship Victoria ex-
hibition, Sept., 1911, is in his stable, as
is also Barm, winner of more first prizes
Calgary Horse Show, 1911, than any
other horse shown at same. Married
Theodora Glenn Winter, daughter of Mr.
Justice Winter, Calgary, 1911. Club:
Calgary. Society: A. F. & A. M. Recre-
ations: Driving, travel. Conservative.
Presbyterian. Address: Calgary, Alta.

CAMPBEI^l^, Donald K. — Of Ironside,
Rannie & Campbell, General Contractors,.
423 Hamilton St., Vancouver. Born Vic-
toria County, Ont, May 21, 1852, son of
Kenneth and Sarah Campbell. Educated
public schools Victoria County. Prod-
uce and grocery business, Woodville,
Ont., 1882-1887; flour mill, Woodville,
1882-1887. Came to British Columbia
1888; lumbering, vicinity of Vancouver,
1888-1896; present firm formed 1896.
Married Bridget Murphy, daughter of
Hugh Murphy, Georgiana, Ont.; has two
sons and one daughter. Clubs: Com-
mercial; Canadian. Recreation: Horses.
Liberal; Presbyterian. Address: 1172
Haro St., Vancouver, B. C.

CAT/LPSJUiIm, Major Buncau John T>'
Urban — Born St. Hilaire, Que., July 16,
1855, son of Lieut. -Col. T. E. and Hen-
rietta Campbell. Educated Bishop's
College School. Lennoxville, Quebec.
Entered Bank of Montreal 1874. Came to
Northwest Territories, 1882; postmaster,
Macleod, 1883; appointed sheriff Southern
jMberta. April 4, 1887. Major Command-
ing 23rd Alberta Rangers. Married
Eleanor MacKubbin Wood, 1894; has
three sons and one daughter. Club:

Macleod. Conservative; Anglican. Ad-
dress: Macleod, Alta.

CAMFBEi;]^, Glen, M. P. — Farmer.
Born Fort Pelly, Sask., Oct. 23, 1863,
son of Robert and EUeonora Campbell.
Educated Glasgow Academy and Mer-
chiston Castle school, Edinburgh, Scot-
land. Unsuccessful candidate for Man-
itoba legislature, 1892 and 1896. Elected
to represent Gilbert Plains in Manitoba
legislature 1902; again by acclamation
1907. Elected to House of Commons for
Dauphin, Man., 1908. Served with Cap-
tain Boulton's scouts Northwest Rebel-
lion, 1885. Married Harriet Burns,
Okansase; has four children. Conserva-
tive; Presbyterian. Address: Gilbert
Plains, Man.

CAmVSlEj:.!., Isaac, K. C. — Of Hough,
Campbell & Ferguson, Barristers, 392
Main St., Winnipeg. Born Morpeth,
Kent County, Ont., June 18, 1853, son of
Duncan and Elizabeth Campbell. Edu-
cated public schools; Woodstock Liter-
ary Institute; Osgoode Hall. Called to
Ontario bar 1878, Manitoba bar 1882, and
Northwest Territories bar, 1889. Created
Q. C, 1890. President Osgoode Legal
and Literary Society, Toronto, 1881.
President Manitoba Law ^o^iety, 1892.
President Winnipeg Bar Association,
1895. Member Manitoba Legislature for
South Winnipeg, 1888-1891; unsuccessful
candidate to House of Comnions for
Winnipeg, 1891. City Solicitor. Winni-
peg, 18 years; has on three occasions
declined appointment to the Judicial
Bench, once as Chief Justice of Mani-
toba; has also twice declined the Liberal
provincial leadership. Formerly direct-
or Winnipeg General Hospital. Married
May Taylor (Mrs. Niles), Winnipeg 1908.
Clubs: Manitoba, Carleton. St. Charles
Country. Liberal; Unitarian. Address:
206 Vaughan St., Winnipeg, Man.


CAMFBEIiIi, James Henry. — Manager

and Assistant Inspector Molson's Bank,

Vancouver. Born Montreal Feb. 11, 1865,

son of James and Lucy Campbell. Bdu-



cated Montreal high school. E3ntered
service Molson's Bank head office, Mont-
real, 1884; manager Trenton, Ont., 1900;
appointed manager and assistant inspec-
tor, Vancouver, 1905; director Ocean
Falls Co., Ltd. Married Ethel Anne Nor-
man; has two sons and two daughters.

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