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Clubs: Vancouver, Terminal City. So-
ciety: A. F. & A. M. (P. M.). Anglican.
Address: 1157 Nelson St., Vancouver,

B. C.

CAMPBEIiIi, Bev. John, M. A., Ph.D. —

First Presbyterian Church, Victoria.
Born Argyle, Scotland, Dec. 12, 1845, son
of John and Margaret Campbell. Edu-
cated Stayner public school; Western
Grammar school: Toronto Collegiate In-
stitute; Toronto University; Knox Col-
lege; Bloomington University (Ph.B., Ph.
D.) ordained and entered ministry Can-
nington, Ont., 1874; subsequently Har-
riston and Collingwood, Ont.; present
charge since 1892. Member board
and senate, Westminster Hall, Van-
couver. Served with University Com-
pany, Q. O. R., Toronto. Supports
national school system; examiner
for Civil Service Commission. Mar-
ried Agnes Forin, Belleville, Ont., 1886;
has four sons and one daughter. So-
cieties: A. P. & A. M.; I. O. O. F.; A. O.
U. W. Liberal. Address: 1185 Fort St.,
Victoria, B. C.

CAMFBEI^Ii, Jolin G.^Of Campbell
Bros., Furniture Dealers, Barnard Ave.,
Vernon. Born Glengarry County, Ont.,
Feb. 12, 1866, son of Alexander and Eli-
zabeth Campbell. Educated: Public
Schools; Business College, Ottawa. Es-
tablished present business, 1891. Mem-
ber of Vernon Council, 1898-1900. Mar-
ried Margaret McLeod, 1902; has three
sons and two daughters. Societies: A.
F. & A. M.; L O. O. F. Conservative;
Presbyterian. Address: Vernon, B. C.

CAIVIPBEIVIL, John A., B. A. — Of Camp-
bell, Simpson & Macneill, Barristers; and

Campbell, Simpson & Guertin, Finan-
cial Agents, Dauphin. Born Clm-
ton, Ont, April 19, 1872, son of John M.
and Mary Campbell. Educated public
schools; Manitoba College. Principal
Boissevaln, Man., school, 1891-1896.
Studied law, Winnipeg, 1896-1899; called
to Manitoba bar, and practiced Dau-
phin since 1899. Member Manitoba
Legislature for Dauphin, 1907-1910.
President Dauphin Board of Trade;
Councillor, 1908-1910. Clubs: Dauphin,
Carleton (Winnipeg). Societies: A. F.
& A. M. Recreations: Curling, lacrosse.
Liberal; Baptist. Address: Dauphin,

CAMPBE^Ii, John Gibson, M. D., !■.

C. P. & S. — Physician, Archibald Block,
Edmonton; consulting physician, public
hospital, Edmonton. Born Pugwash, N.
S Oct. 4, 1846, son of James and Agnes
F. Campbell. Educated high school; Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania. Practiced Wal-
lace, 1876; coroner Northport 1880-1902;

came to Alberta 1907. Married Jane Re-
becca Lockhart, Hansford, N. S., 1876;
has three sons and four daughters. So-
ciety: K. of P. Liberal; Methodist. Ad-
dress: 550 Fourteenth St., Edmonton,

CAMPBEi;!., Milton D. — Of Campbell
& Bennett, Architects, 142 Hastings St.,
W., Vancouver. Born Bloomsburg, Ont.,
Oct. 31, 1869, son of Alexander D. and
Jane Campbell. Educated public and
high schools. Architect Arnprior, Ont.,
1886. Came to British Columbia 1894.
Served volunteers, Victoria, 1895. Mar-
ried Bella Bennett, Vancouver; has three
daughters. Society: A. F. & A. M.
Recreation: Fishing. Address: 2831
Bridge St., Vancouver, B. C.

CAMPBi:i;ii, Peter McGregor, B. A.,
M. D., C. M. — Of Drs. DeVeber & Camp-
bell, Physicians, 528 8th St., S., Leth-
bridge. Born Admaston, Ont., Feb. 9,
1872, son of John P. and Jennie Connery
Campbell. Educated high school, Ren-
frew, Ont.; Queen's University (B. A.,
1892; M. B., con., 1896). Practiced
Beachburg, Ont., 1896-1900; Cardston,
Alta., 1900-1906; present partnership
formed 1906. Acting health officer City
of Lethbridge, 1908-1909; surgeon 25th
Field Artillery, 1908; surgeon, C. P. R.,
1907. Married Birdie Scott, Paisley,
Ont., 1904; has one daughter. So-
ciety: A. F. & A. M. Recreation: moun-
tain climbing. Conservative; Presby-
terian. Address: 528 8th St., S., Leth-
bridge, Alta.

CAMPBBIiX;, Robert Joseph. — Of

Campbell Bros. & Wilson, Ltd., Whole-
sale Grocers, Princess and Bannatyne
Sts., Winnipeg. Born Toronto, April 15,
1851, son of James and Mary Campbell.
Educated public schools and model
school, Toronto. Grocery business, To-
ronto, 1868-1875; Eglinton, Ont, 1875-

1881. Came to Winnipeg 1881; estab-
lished firm of Sutherland & Campbell

1882, which was continued until 1890,
when present company was formed
(branches, Calgary, Lethbridge, Reglna
and Saskatoon); Canadian Fire Insur-
ance Co. director; Home Investment Co.
director; Anchor Wire Fence Co., direc-
tor. Married Sarah S. Cottingham, To-
ronto, 1904. Clubs: Manitoba, Carleton,
Travelers, Canadian. Societies: A. F. &
A. M. ; I. O. O. F. Liberal; Presbyterian.
Address: 85 Kennedy St., Winnipeg,

CAMFBBIiIi, William Alexander, M.
D., C. M., M. It. A. — Physician, Coroner
and Medical Health Officer. Born Nairn,
Middlesex County, Ont, March 31, 1873,
son of James M. and Isabella C. .Camp-
bell. Educated public schools and Col-
lege Institute, Strathroy, Ont.; College
Institute, Toronto; Trinity Medical Col-
lege, Toronto. First elected to Alberta
Legislature for Ponoka, 1908. Liberal;
Presbyterian. Address: Ponoka, Alta.




CAMPBEIiI^, WilUam E. — Of Camp-
bell Realty Company, Real Estate and
Financial Brokers, 745-749 Somerset
Bldg., Winnipeg. Born Litchfield, Minn.,
Nov. 26, 1869, son of Edward A. and
Sarah Campbell. Educated: Public
Schools, Minneapolis; Minnesota State
University; University Law School.
Clerk in his father's law office, Minne-

apolis, 1892-1895; advertising manager,
B. Nugent & Brother Dry Goods Co.,
St. Louis, 1895-1905; General Manager,
Mitchell Dry Goods Co., Kansas City,
1905-1910; established present business,
1910. Married Bertha Mollis, 1896; has
three sons. Recreation; work. Catholic
Church. Residenee: 151 Lisgar St.
Norwood, Winnipeg, Man.




CAMPBEIiIi, Minnie Julia Beatrice. — ■
Wife of Hon. Conlin H. Campbell, K. C.
Minister of Public Works. Born Paler-
mo, Halton County, Ont., 1862, daughter
of the late Keturah Adelaide Howell and
Anson Buck, M. D., M. R. C. S. (Eng.);
of United Empire Loyalist descent on
both sides. Educated Oakville high
school; M. E. L., Wesleyan Female Col-
lege, Hamilton; taught Ottawa Ladies'
College (Presbyterian), 1881-82. Married
at Palermo, Ont., 1884; has one son and
one daughter. Came to Winnipeg, 1884.
Editor Women's Edition Winnipeg Tele-
gram 1906, by which profit of $5,000 was
raised toward furnishing new Y. W. C.
A.; is active in Presbyterian Church and
philanthropic work. Societies: Y. W. C.

A. (Board); Women's Auxiliary Anti-^
Tuberculosis Society (Honorary Presi-
dent); Regent Fort Garry Chapter Im-
perial Order Daughters of Empire and
Councillor for Manitoba of National I.
O. D. E. since 1911; Women's Canadian
Club (Winnipeg); Women's Musical
Club; Women's Western Art Association;
Secretary Presbyterian W. F. M. S., 1887-
1897; President Westminster Church
Ladies' Society, 1892-1908. Introduced in
1897 to Winnipeg and booked to Portage
La Prairie, Brandon and west to Vic-
toria, B. C, Miss Bessie Livingstone
(Ottawa), first qualified domestic science
instructor to Western Canada. Organ-
ized a committee; was chairman of
same; practical demonstrations given to *




classes. Lectures covered twenty weeks;
fund netted $1,200; afterwards used
to furnish T. M. C. A. parlors. In 1911-
12 addressed ten meetings (reaching
1,800 people). Winnipeg Women's Can-
adian Club, Women's Home Economic
Associations; Collegiate Institute, Bran-
don; country schools, etc; subject, "Un-
veiling Queen Victoria Memorial, Their
Majesty's State Ball, Court, Coronation,
Garden Party and Fete to 100,000 School
Board Children." Was present coronation
of King Edward VII and Queen Alexan-
dra (the only Manitoban). Was Presented
at Court of King Edward and Queen Al-
exandra, 1907; attended Their Majesties'
Garden Party, 1907, Windsor; attended
first state ball of reign of King George
V and Queen Mary, 1911. Was presented
at Their Majesties' Court; attended
Buckingham Palace Garden Party; is the
recipient of Their Majesties' Corona-
tion Medal; took part in Pageant of Em-
pire, (United Empire Loyalist Scene)
Crystal Palace; was a player the day
Their Majesties gave fete to 100,000
board school children, 1911. On behalf
I. O. D. E.'s of Manitoba presented H.
R. H. Premier Patricia of Connaught
with a life miembership of the national
I. O. D. B. of Canada and badge of the
order, making short address (July 15,
1912). As a representative Canadian
woman was asked by Winnipeg School
Board to speak on "Laura Secord" on
occasion of laying the cornerstone of the
$250,000 public school called after Can-
ada's great heroine, Aug. 13, 1912. In
October, 1912, traveled 4,600 miles on
behalf of National I. O. D. E., officially
visiting Chapters in the West with view
to early organization of Provincial
Chapters. Re "Laura Secord" address:
"You have just touched a vital point;
more to all than the white plague, white
cross or white ribbon work, is the setting
before our children the high ideals of a
worthy life as developed in its citizen-
ship." — Clementina Pessenden, Hamilton,
Ont. (founder of Empire Day). "The in-
teresting account of your presentation
to Princess Patricia and your excellent
speech I have read with the preatest
interest." — M. E. Jersey (the Countess
of Jersey, President Victoria League,
London). "Her gift of organization
stands second to none in the West." — -Sir
William Whyte. Clubs: St. Charles
Country; The Ladies' Empire (London,
England). Address: Inverary, Winnipeg,

CAUEFION, Joseph Wellinglion, J. P. —

Of Campion & Pound, Brokers, Fairfield
Block, Vancouver. Born Marmora, Ont.,
Nov. 28, 1850, son of Lieutenant-Colonel
William Campion and Mary Campion.
Educated public and grammar schools
and commercial college, Belleville, Ont.
Manufacturing and mercantile business,
Belleville, where alderman for some

years. Lieutenant Captain and Quarter-
master Argyle Light Infantry, 1875-1887.
Came to British Columbia as secretary-
treasurer iron works, Vancouver 1887.
One of the first members of Vancouver
Board of Trade. License commissioner
1909. Married Mary C. Burrell 1880;
has one daughter. Clubs: Vancouver
(one of first members); Imperial; Unit-
ed Service. Society: A. P. & A. M., Scot-
tish Rite. Conservative. Address: 1136
Barclay St., Vancouver, B. C.

CANlTi:!;!!, William — President and
Manager, Cannell & Spencer Construc-
tion Co., Ltd., 427 Jasper Ave., W., Ed-
monton; President, Acme Brick Co.,
Ltd.; Director, Alberta-Saskatchewan
Life Insurance Co. Born Bruce County,
Ont, Oct. 10, 1866, son of William and
Janet Cannell. Educated public schools,
Bruce County. Member of firm Cannell
& Cannell, contractors. Nelson, B. C,
1896-1902; Cannell & Spencer, contract-
ors, Edmonton, 1903-1906; present cor-
poration formed, 1906. Has constructed
many large buildings, some of which
are, Misericordia Hospital; addition to
General Hospital; High School; City
Hospital; Acme Brick Co.'s plant.
Member Edmonton Board of Trade. Mar-
ried Martha Hunter, Grimsby, Ont.,
1907; has two daughters. Recreation:
shooting. Presbyterian. Address: 728
8th Ave., Edmonton, Alta.

CANNOir, Hubert Cecil Harold. — Of

Malcolm, Cannon & Co., Salmon Canners,
445 Granville St., Vancouver. Born
Southport, England, son of James Dear-
dan and Katherine Dakeyne Cannon.
Educated Merchant Taylors, Repton and
Peterhouse, Cambridge. Mercantile busi-
ness Manchester, England; later man-
ager Cannon Bros.' mills, Bolton, Eng-
land; president United Canneries of Brit-
ish Columbia; Western Canadian Fish
Co.; president Beach House, Ltd.; part-
ner Wright, Cannon & Co., Ltd., and
Bodwell & Cannon, insurance agents.
Served as captain 2nd battallion Loyal
North Lancashire Regiment, England.
Married Gertrude Angela MoncriefC, 1900,
has one son and one daughter. Clubs:
Terminal City; Western. Recreations:
Riding, walking. Address: Vancouver,
B. C.

CARD, Williain D.— Barrister. Born
St. Mary's, Ont., Oct. 16, 1871, son of
,Rev. Stephen and Sarah Card. Practiced
Gait, Ont., 1892. Came to Manitoba 1905.
Married Jennie Slade, Gait, 1896; has
two sons. Societies: K. of P.; I. O. O. F.
Recreations: Curling, lawn bowling (held
championship of Winnipeg and Manitoba
for lawn bowling, 1909). Liberal; Meth-
odist. Address: Carberry, Man.



CARBAI^E, John. — Farmer. Born
London, England, July 26, 1860, son of
Edward and Catherine Cardale. Edu-
cated Trinity College, Stratford-on-Avon,
England. Law office, Bedford Row, Lon-
don, 1878. Came to Manitoba, 1888; sec-
retary-treasurer Union of Manitoba
Municipalities. Reeve Blanchard, Man.
Married Jessie Stewart, Oak River, 1886.
Club: Adanac. Society: L O. O. F.
Conservative; Catholic Apostolic. Ad-
dress: Oak River, Man.

CARBEIiZ., John. — (Retired) 1019 1st
St. E., Calgary; Honorary President Cal-
gary General Hospital. Born Spring-
burn, Scotland, Aug. 7, 1843, son of
James and Elizabeth Cardell. Came to
Canada, 1852. Educated public schools,
Sherbrooke, Que. Construction depart-
ment Whitehead & Co., contractors for
C. P. R., Winnipeg, 1878-1881; locomotive
foreman, C. P. R., Brandon, 1881-1885;
train master, mountain section, C. P. R.,
Canmore, Alta., 1885-1898; assistant mas-
ter mechanic, C. P. R., Calgary, 1898-
1907. Married Marion Cronshaw, daugh-
ter of Robert Cronshaw, 1870; has three
sons and one daughter. Societies: A. F.
& A. M.; B. of L. E. Conservative; An-
glican. Address: 1019 First St. E., Cal-
gary, Alta.

CABIiETON', Edward Barrlngrton, B.A.

— Anglican clergyman. Born Southport,
Lancashire, England, March 12, 1879,
son of Rev. Edward Crofton Ellis and
Christian Ann Carleton. Educated Ros-
sall school; Keble College, Oxford, Eng-
land, and Cuddesdon Theological Col-
lege, England; assistant curate St.
Mary's Church, Elland, Yorkshire, Eng-
land, 1902; incumbent parish of Kam-
sack, Sask., 1907; present charge since
1909. Married Alice Mary Denning,
daughter of Robert Nickle Denning, M.
D., J. P., Elland, 1909. Societies: A. F.
& A. M.; S. O. E.; K. P. Address: Gren-
fell, Sask.

CAKI^IN, J. D. — Real Estate Agent.
Born Minnesota, April 8, 1870, son of
Patrick and Margaret Carlin. Educated
Minnesota and Indiana. Came to British
Columbia, 1892. Married Cecil Helen
Blake, Minneapolis, has one son and one
daughter. Club: Canadian. Recrea-
tions: motoring, fishing, hunting. Ad-
dress: Victoria, B. C.

CABi;iSIii:, John Howe. — Chief of
Vancouver Fire Department. Born Hills-
borough, N. B., Nov. 4, 1857, son of
Theodore and Jane Russell. Educated
public schools Hillsboro. Farming, New
Brunswick, prior to coming to British
Columbia, 1886; contractor, Vancouver,
previous to present appointment. Mar-
ried Laura McRae, Seattle, 1887; has
four sons and five daughters. Club:
Commercial. Societies: L. O. L. ; A. F. &
A. M. Independent; Baptist. Address:
2836 Ash St., Vancouver. B. C.

CABnuCHABIi, Alfred — Of Carmich-
ael, Moorhead, Ltd., Land Development
and Financial Agents, Victoria; British
Columbia manager for Vancouver Island '
Fruit Lands Co. Ltd.; Alberni Land Co.
Ltd.; Vancouver Investment Co. Ltd.
Born Belfast, Ireland, June 13, 1874,
son of David and Catherine Jane Fil-
son Carmichael. Educated: Royal Aca-
demical Institute, Belfast; Lynn Gram-
mar and Manchester Technical Schools. '
Came to British Columbia, 1891; en-
gaged in Hydraulic and Placer mining,
Atlan district, 1899-1908; established
present business, 1908. Married Kathlie
Frances Withers, daughter of Major
Withers, New Zealand, 1909; has one
daughter. Club: Union. Recreations:
hunting, boating, tennis. Conservative:
Anglican. Address: St. Anne's, Oak
Bay, Victoria, B. C.

CABMICHAEIC, Herhert. — Provincial
Analyst and Assistant Mineralogist,
Government Buildings, Victoria. Born
County Down, Ireland, Oct. 30, 1866,
son of William and Jane Carmichael.
Educated Ireland, England and Switzer-
land. Analyst, England, 1887. Came to
British Columbia, 1889. Club: Union.
Address: Oak Bay, Victoria, B. C.

CABMICHABI., John ■Williams. — Of

Raine & Carmichael, Escomb Ranch,
Chilliwack. Born Felling-on-Tyne, May
22, 1884, son of Robert King and Mary
nn Carmichael. Educated Rutherford
College, Newcastle, England. Articled
Clerk to Accountant, Newcastle, 1899.
Came to British Columbia, 1903. Mem-
ber Farmers' Institute, Chilliwack. Mar-
ried Jane Ann Armstrong, Felling-on-
Tyne, England; has one daughter. So-
ciety: A. F. & A. M. Recreations: Shoot-
ing, hunting, tennis, cricket and boating.
Address: Escomo Ranch, Chilliwack,
B. C.

CABNWATH, Chas. H. — Of False
Creek Lumber Co., Ltd., Sixth Ave. and
Oak St., Vancouver. Born Riverside, Al-
bert County, N. B., March 27, 1866, son
of James and Rose Carnwath. Educated
public schools Riverside. Taught school
1886. Came to British Columbia, 1888.
Married Phoebe Stewart, Vancouver,
1896; has three daughters. Society: A.
O. F. Recreation: Baseball. Liberal.
Address: 356 15th Ave. W., Vancouver,
B. C.

CABFENTEB, His Honour Arthur Al-
lan, B. A. — Judge of District Court, Cal-
gary. Born Hamilton, Ont, Sept. 3, 1873,
son of Charles and Mary Ann McElroy
Carpenter. Educated Collegiate Institute,
Hamilton; Toronto University. Prac-
ticed Hamilton. 1897; Innisfail, Alta..
1903. Appointed Judge of District of
Macleod, Nov. 21, 1907; transferred to
Calgary Judicial District, Nov., 1910.
Presbyterian. Address: Calgary, Alta.




CARPER, Howard Fag's, B. A., JmJm. B.

— Barrister, McArthur Block, Winnipeg;
President Manitoba Timber Co. and part-
ner Thompson & Carper, coal, timber
and investment brokers; director Can-
adian Western Electric Co.; Vice-presi-
dent Winnipeg Liberal Association. Born
Winnipeg, April 24, 1879, son of Page
and Emma Carper. Educated Manitoba
University. Studied law with Aikins,
Culver & Pitblado. Called to Manitoba
Bar 1903. Married Leila Mawhinney,
Portage la Prairie, 1906; has one son
and one daughter. Club: Assiniboine.
Society: K. of K.; L O. O. F. Recrea-
tions: Rowing. Liberal; Methodist. Ad-
dress: "The Roslyn," Winnipeg, Man.

CARRICK, Jolin JacolJS, M. P. — Pres-
ident, Carrick, Ltd., Real Estate and
Financial Agents, 155 Notre Dame St.,
W.. Montreal; and Port Arthur, Ont.
Born Terrehaute, Ind., Sept. 17, 1873,
son of John Alfred and Emmeline Har-
vey Carrick. Came to Canada, 1881.
Educated Kincardine High School; To-
ronto University. Commercial traveller
for Queen City Oil Co., Toronto, 1898-
1903. Came to Port Arthur and estab-
lished present business, 1903. Re-or-
ganized as Carrick, Ltd., 1909. Presi-
dent, H. E. Ledoux Co. Ltd.; President,
Great West Coal Co. Ltd. Alderman,
Port Arthur, 1907; Mayor, 1908; mem-
ber Ontario Legislature for Port Arthur
district, 1908-1911: member House of
Commons for Thunder Bay and Rainy
River since 1911. Married Mary Jane
Day, Creemore, Ont., 1899; has three sons.
Clubs: Albany, National, (Toronto):;
Carleton; Adanao (Winnipeg); Port Ar-
thur; Fort William. Society: A. F. &
A. M. Recreation: fishing. Conserva-
tive; Quaker. Address: Port Arthur,

CARRXBRE, Rev. Joseph. — Provincial
of the Jesuits in Canada; Rector of St.
Boniface College, 1910-1912. Born Mont-
real, Jan. 11, 1874, son of Louis Car-
riere and Sophie Perras. Educated at
St. Mary's College, Montreal. Taught
arts and philosophy courses. Address:
St. Boniface, Man.

CARROI^I^, Alfred Henry, M. 3^. A. —
Farmer. Born Woodstock, Ont., March
2, 1846, son of Daniel and Agnes Car-
roll. Educated public schools. Lum-
bering business Virginia; subsequently
merchant Walkerton, Ont. Came to Man-
itoba, 1881. Elected to Manitoba
Legislature for South Brandon, 1903-
1907-1910; ex-councillor and reeve
of Oakland, Man. Served as Quarter-
master Sergeant Twenty-third Bruce
Rifles. Married Mary Ellen Dent, Mit-
chell, Ont., Oct. 1877, has one son.
Societies: Macabees; A. F. & A; M. Rec-
reation: horses. Conservative; Anglican.
Address: Carroll, Man.

CARRTTTHBBS, Prancis Frederick. —

Of Carruthers & Co., Financial Brokers,
261 Notre Dame Ave., Winnipeg. Born
Winnipeg, 1883, son of George F. Car-
ruthers. Educated St. John's College,
Winnipeg. Commenced career in father's
ofRce, engaged in loans and insurance.
(Canadian West Fire Insurance Co.).
Member of Winnipeg Rowing Club's
Four-oared Crew, winner of Stewards
Cup, Henley, England, 1910. Formerly
represented J. & J. Taylor, Toronto,
being in charge of Winnipeg agency,
1907-1909. Clubs: Winnipeg Rowing;
Adanac. Recreation: Rowing. Conserva-
tive; Anglican. Address: 199 Colony St.,
Winnipeg, Man.

CARRUTHBRS, Georffe Andrew. — Of

James Carruthers & Co., Grain Exporters,
714 Grain Exchange, Winnipeg; Director
Canadian Marble & Granite Co. Born
Toronto, Dec. 26, 1875, son of James and
Louise Carruthers. Banking, Toronto,
1896. Came to Winnipeg 1900. Member
Winnipeg Grain Exchange; Toronto
Board of Trade; Director Winnipeg
Horse Show Association. Married Clara
Gillingham Wright, Port Huron, Mich.,
1899; has two sons and one daughter.
Clubs: Manitoba, Carleton, Toronto
Hunt, Royal Canadian Yacht, St. Charles
Country, Winnipeg Hunt, Lakewood
Country. Recreations: Shooting, fishing,
golf, polo. Liberal. Address: 87 Roslyn
Road, Winnipeg, Man.



CAItBUTHISRS, Captain Georgre Pred-
erlck, P. K. C. I. — Managing Director
Canada West Fire Insurance Co., Grain
Exchange, Winnipeg. Born Toronto,
Sept. 18, 1846, son of Frederick Fraser
and Georgiana Barnes Carruthers. Edu-
cated Upper Canada College, Toronto.
Clerk, G. T. R., 1867-1871. Came to Man-
itoba 1871. Editor Manitoba Gazette
and Trade Journal, 1872-1874, then en-
tered into the fire insurance business.
Director Winnipeg General Hospital;
originator of the Winnipeg Public Park
System and member Parks Board; Trus-
tee City Sinking Fund; ex- Alderman;
ex-President Winnipeg Board of Trade;
Director Monarch Life Insurance Corpo-
ration; president Standard Brick & Tile
Co.; ex-president Board of Under-
writers; ex-President Manitoba Rifle As-
sociation. Served with Queen's Own
Rifles; G. T. Garrison Artillery; Winni-
peg Infantry; active service, Niagara
Sarnia, Windsor, Toronto; holds 1866
medal; rank captain. Married Harriet
Jane Chambers, Winnipeg, 1873; has one
son and four daughters. ClubS: Mani-
toba; Country; Lake of the Woods Yacht.
Societies: Western Canada Military In-
stitute; A. F. & A. M. (32nd degree).
Recreations: Boating, fishing, shooting.
Conservative; Anglican. Address: 199
Colonv St., Winnipeg, Man.

CABBUTHERS, James M. — Manager of
Crescent Creamery Co., 85 Lombard St.,
Winnipeg. Born County Beauharnois,
Que., Nov. 9, 1872, son of William and
Margaret Carruthers. Educated Hunt-
ingdon, Que. Commenced career with D.
M. McPherson, Montreal, 1890. Came to
Winnipeg, 1900. Founded Crescent
Creamery Co., Winnipeg, 1904. Married
Annie E. Grant, Cornwall, Ont, 1903;
has two sons. Society: A. F. & A. M.
Conservative; Presbyterian. Address:
664 McMillan Ave., Winnipeg, Man.

CABB7, Henry E. C, C. E. — Civil En-
gineer C. P. R., Vancouver. Born Me-
gantic. Que., Feb. 9, 1854, son of Rev.
John Carry, D. D., and Grace Matilda
Carry. Educated private tutors. Arti-
cled to Northern Railway of Canada,
Toronto, 1871; subsequently engaged lo-
cation and construction of Canada
Central Railway and C. P. R., from time
of formation of original syndicate until
track laid through to Pacific Coast; at
present engaged developing, for C. P. R.,
residential district of Shaughnessy
Heights, Vancouver. Married Charlotte
Reld, 1905. Clubs: Vancouver; Shaugh-
nessy Heights Golf. Societies: Canadian
Society C. E.; A. L M. E.. Address: 1306
Cardero St., Vancouver, B. C.


CABSOIf, Arthur Henry Copethome. —

Of Carson & Williams, Financial Agents,
Insurance, Loans and Mortgages, Union
Bank Bldg., Winnipeg. Born Cork, Ire-
land, Jan. 29, 1873^ son of John and
Jane T. Carson. Educated Wesley Col-
lege, Ireland. With Provincial Bank of
Ireland, Ireland, 1890. Came to Canada
1903; with Allan, Killam & McKay, Win-
nipeg, 1903-1909. Established present
business 1909. Married Mary O'Neill,
Cork, Ireland, 1894; has one son and
one daughter. Recreation: Fishing. Con-

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