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CHAMBBB, Iiientenant Colonel Hunt
Walsb Alan. — Of Chambre & Chambre,
Real Estate and Financial Brokers, 285
Smith St., Winnipeg. Born Dublin, Ire-
land, June 29, 1861, son of Mary Anne
Burnette Johnston and Hunt Walsh
Chambre. J. P. of Dungannon House,
Dungannon, Tyrone, Ireland. Educated
Dundalk grammar school; Ennis Col-
lege, County Clare, Ireland; King Wil-
liam's College, Isle of Man. Came to
Manitoba 1880. Served as Lieutenant
95th Regiment, Northwest Rebellion,
1885 (medal); lieutenant, 90th Regiment,
1889; later promoted captain, major and
lieutenant-colonel, 1900; transferred to
reserve officers, 1905, on completion of
five years' term in command; holds long
service decoration. Married Charlotte
Harriet Woods, 1893. Recreations: foot-
ball, rowing, bicycling, snow-shoeing.
Independent Conservative; Anglican.
Address: 185 Vauglian St., Winnipeg,
Man.




ALBERT CHAMPAGNE, M. P.

CHAMFAGNB, Albert, M.P. — Rancher.
Born Ottawa, June 3, 1866, son of Sera-
phim and Melina Champagne. Educated
Christian Brothers school, Ottawa. For
ten years constable Royal Northwest
Mounted Police: stationed Battleford C.
Division. Stock raising and ranching
since. Elected first mayor, Battleford,
1904; member for Battleford first Leg-
islature, Saskatchewan; elected to the
House of Commons for Battleford, 1908-
1911. Married Esther Oliver, 1898.
Liberal; Roman Catholic. Address: Bat-
tleford, Sask.



CHAiyi7ION, Henry Sprague — Invest-
ment Broker, 402 Trust & Loan Bldg.,
Winnipeg. Director, The Knight Co.
Ltd. Born Winnipeg, Feb. 23, 1885, son
of H. T. and Florida G. O'Donnell Cham-
pion. Educated: Tuckwell's Private
School; St. John's College. Clerk, Mer-
chants Bank, Winnipeg, 1901-1904; ac-
countant, Alloway & ChamiDlon, Winni-
peg, 1904-1911; established present busi-
ness, 1911. Lieutenant, 100th Winnipeg
Regiment. Member, Winnipeg Real Es-
tate Exchange. Clubs: Garry; Winni-
peg Hunt; Military Institute. Recrea-
tions: riding, shooting. Conservative;
Anglican. Address: 92 Edmonton St.,
Winnipeg, Man.

CHAMPION, Henry Thomson. — Of Al-
loway & Champion, Bankers, Brokers
and Bond Dealers, 362 Main St., Winni-
peg. Born Toronto, Nov. 28, 1847, son
of Thomas and Mary Champion. Edu-
cated Upper Canada College, Toronto.
Clerk Bank of Montreal, Perth, Ont.
1865; came to Manitoba 1870; account-
ant. Merchants Bank of Canada, Win-



WHO'S WHO AND WHY



nlpeg, 1873-1879; established present
business 1879. Director Northern Crown
Bank; Chairman Winnipeg Stock Ex-
change. Served with Red River Expedi-
tion as Sergeant Fort Garry, 1870-1873.
Married Florida Grattan, daughter of
Hon. J. H. O'Donnell, 1882; has one son
and three daughters. Clubs: Only sur-
viving charter member of Manitoba
Club; St. Charles Country, Lake of the
Woods Yacht. Recreations: Outdoor
sports, shooting, golf, lawn bowling,
bridge. Conservative; Anglican. Ad-
dress: 92 Edmonton St., Winnipeg, Man.

CHANG, Kang'-jen. — Imperial Chinese
Consul, Loo Bldg., Vancouver. Born
China, June 18, 1860, son of Shingstung
and Yee Ching. Educated Yale Univer-
sity; Columbia University. Came to
British Columbia 1910. Ex-Secretary of
Special Chinese Embassy to the United
States of America. Married Charlotte
Yee Ashty, San Francisco, Cal. ; has one
son and one daughter. Address: 893
Broughton St., Vancouver, B. C.

CHAFIN, O. S. — President the Chapin
Co., 323 Chapin Block, Calgary. Born
Chicago, 111., June 22, 1872, son of A. B.
and Mary L. Chapin. Educated Madison,
Wis. Commercial Traveler, Chicago,
1892. Came to Alberta, 1903. President
Wholesale Implement and Carriage Deal-
ers' Association of Alberta; Vice-Presi-
dent American Association of Alberta;
Grand Councillor United Commercial
Travelers of Canada. Married Ruby
Scott, Augusta, Wis.; has two daughters.
Societies: U. C. T.; K. K.; W. O. W.
Recreation: Motoring. Address: 621 13th
Ave. W., Calgary, Alta.




JOHN MORRIS CHAPPELL

CHAFFEIi^, John Morris. — Financial
and Real Estate Broker, 443 Pender St.,
Vancouver. Born Walsall, England, Oct.
19, 1877, son of John and Katherine
Chappell. Educated public schools, Wal-



sall. Came to Canada 1903. Assistant
Manager Great West Saddlery Co.,
Prince Albert, Sask., 1903-1906; Manager
Borden Trading Co., general merchants,
Borden, Sask., 1905-1907. Served as
school trustee, Borden, 1905-1906. Came
to British Columbia, 1907, contracting
and building, Vancouver, 1909; estab-
lished present business 1909, with
branches at Point Grey and Kitsilano.
Married Ada Chappell, Walsall, 1904;
has one son and one daughter. Con-
servative; Methodist. Address: 4436 On-
tario St., Vancouver, B. C.

CHAFFi;i:, His Honour Thomas 'Will-
iam. — Judge of County Court, District of
Kenora. Born Kilkenny, Ireland. Feb.
10, 1853, son of Captain William and
Enthychia Randall McNaughton Chappie.
Came to Canada when a boy, 1858. Edu-
cated Newcastle, Ont. ; Toronto. Called
to Ontario bar, 1883; practiced Uxbridge,
Ont. ; member and secretary-treasuer
Board of Education, Uxbridge; flrst
chairman High School Board, Kenora;
member Ontario Legislature for North
Ontario, 1894-1898; appointed to present
office, 1898. Married Lucy Ann French,
Oshawa, Ont., 1882; has one son. Club:
Lake of the Woods. Societies: A. F. &
A. M.; I. O. O. F.; L O. F.; A. O. U. W.
Recreations: baseball, boating. Liberal;
Presbyterian. Address: Kenora, Ont.

CHABI^ESON, Donald Brims. — Con-
tractor (retired). Born Quebec, April 26,
1842, son of Donald McKay and Margaret
Charleson. Lumbering and shipowning;
subsequently engaged with C. P. R., con-
tracting, seventeen years. Came to Brit-
ish Columbia 1885. Married Eliza Mac-
Whlnney, 1873; has two sons and three
daughters. Club: Vancouver. Address:
2003 Haro St., Vancouver, B. C.

CHABIiESON, Fercy William. — In-
vestment Broker, 438 Pender St., Van-
couver. Born Sarnia, Ont., March 19,
1875, son of Donald B. and Eliza Charle-
son. Came to British Columbia 1885.
Educated high school and Wetham Col-
lege, Vancouver. Club: Jericho Country.
Recreations: Shooting, fishing. Liberal;
Anglican. Address: 2003 Haro St., Van-
couver, B. C

CHATA-WAY, Charles Clifton, M.I..S.,

C. E. — Land Surveyor, 208 Mclntyre
Block, Winnipeg. Born Heckfleld, Hants,
Eng., April 15, 1869, son of "Rev. James
and Elizabeth A. Chataway. Educated
Bradfield College; Royal Military Acad-
emy, Woolwich, Eng. Came to Halifax,
1888; Winnipeg, 1891; Surveyor, Winni-
peg Land Titles Office, 1898-1900; Di-
rector of Surveys, Dawson, 1900-1905.
Served as 2nd Lieutenant Royal Artil-
lery, Halifax, 1888-1890. Married Mary
Emlyn Thomas, daughter of Rev. A.
Thomas, Beguildy, Wales, 1897; has
three sons and one daughter. Independ-
ent; Anglican. Address: 78 Cathedral
Ave., Winnipeg, Man.



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CHERBIEB, Kev. Alphonsus A Vila. —

Rector Church of the Immaculate Con-
ception, Winnipeg. Born LaPrairie, Que.,
Sept. 26, 1849, son of Leon T. and Lena
F. Cherrier. Educated College of Ste.
Theresa de Blainville; Laval University.
Ordained Priest, 1874. Filled chair of
Literature and afterwards Natural Sci-
ence, Ste. Theresa College for some
years. Came to Manitoba as cure d'offlce
St. Boniface Cathedral 1878; President
St. Boniface College, 1881-18S4; appoint-
ed to Provincial Board of Education 1878
and remained a member until Board's
abolishment, 1890; member Council Uni-
versity of Manitoba since 1878. Charge of
Parish Immaculate Conception, Winni-
peg, 1884. On the death of Mgr. Tache
was nominee of secular clergy for va-
cant archbishopric, 1894. Member Royal
Commission, University of Manitoba;
President Board of Studies, University
of Manitoba since 1883; member advis-
ory board of education for Manitoba,
1907. Address: 191 Austin Ave., Win-
nipeg, Man.



CHUBBY, Harry T. — Capitalist and
Investor, Winnipeg. Born Cobourg, Ont.,
May 3, 1872, son of James A. and Annie
Cherry. Educated Trinity University.
With Bank of Commerce, Toronto, 1889;
merchant. Alberta, 1891-1896. Alderman,
Lethbridge, 1904-1905. Formerly asso-
ciated with Newton, Davidson and
Cherry, Winnipeg; business on own ac-
count since 1908. Lieutenant 100th
Regiment Winnipeg. Married Emily
O'Donnell- Toronto, 1900. Clubs: Carle-
ton, St. Charles Country; Military Insti-
tute. Society: A. F. & A. M. Recrea-
tion: motoring,, Anglican. Address: 60
Roslyn Road, Winnipeg, Man.




HERBERT MEADE CHERRY

CHEBBY, Herbert Meade — Chartered
Accountant, Brandon and Winnipeg.
Born Toronto, Ont., June 13, 1876,
son of James Alfred and Annie Cherry.



Educated in England and at Harbord
Collegiate Institute, Toronto. Came to
Western Canada, 1897. Accountant in
Public Works Department, Government
of North-West Territories, at Regina,
1900-1902; accountant, Irrigation and
British Columbia Land Departments of
Canadian Pacific Railway at Calgary,
1903-1905; public practice, Calgary, 1905-
1907, and at Brandon and Winnipeg
since 1909. Married Mary Helen Car-
michael, daughter of Rev. J. A. Car-
michael, D. D., Winnipeg, 1903. Clubs:
Brandon; Adanac Club, Winnipeg. So-
cieties: A. F. & A. M.; A. O. U. W.;
member Dominion Association of Char-
tered Accountants; Institute of Char-
tered Accountants of Ontario; Chartered
Accountants' Association of Manitoba
(President). Conservative; Anglican.
Address: Bank of Commerce Chambers,
Brandon, and Union Trust Bldg., Winni-
peg, Man.

CHIENS, Hall Campbell. — Chartered
Accountant, 536 Hastings St. W., Van-
couver. Born Edinburgh, Scotland,
March 25, 1874, son of John Chiene, C.B.,
and Elizabeth Mary Chiene. Educated
Edinburgh Academy, Edinburgh Univer-
sity. Came to British Columbia 1906.
Married Mary Eraser. Clubs: Vancou-
ver, Jericho Country, Vancouver Motor.
Recreation: Horses. Address: 1316 Har-
wood St., Vancouver, B. C.




JAMES T. CHILD, C. E.

CHII^D, James T., C.E. — City Engineer
Calgary, Alta. Born Wigmore Grange,
Herefordshire, England, April 21, 1857,
son of William and Eliza Child. Educat-
ed Malvern, Parkgate and St. Paul's Col-
lege, Stoney Stratford. Engineering
education Middlesbrough, Yorkshire,
England. Came to Canada 1883; railway
surveying and general engineering Win-
nipeg and Brandon. Moved to Calgarv
1886; private usiness 1886-1897; Assist-
ant Chief Engineer for Northwest Ter-
ritories, Regina, 1897-1901; Lethbridge



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and Raymond irrigation work 1901-1903;
Divisional Engineer C. P. R. Irrigation
Canals 1903-1907; Chief Engineer Cal-
gary Gravity Water Supply 1908; City
Engineer Calgary since 1909. Married
Laura N. Moore, Fish Creek, Calgary
has one son and two daughters. Club
Alberta. Societies: A.F. & A.M.; L. O. E. ,
A. O. U. W. Member Canadian Society
of Civil Engineers and Alberta Associa-
tion of Architects. President Central Al-
berta Football League, and District Dep-
uty Grand President of the S. O. E. Ad-
dress: Calgary, Alta.




CLARENCE CAMPBELL CHIPMAN

CHIFMAN, Clarence Campljell. — The

Commissioner Hudson's Bay Co., Winni-
peg. Born Amherst, N. S., May 24, 1856,
son of John Alen and Abigail Chipman.
Educated Amherst. Commenced career
in Civil Service of Dominion of Canada
with Public Works Department, Ottawa,
1876-1878; Finance Department 1878-
1882; private secretary to Sir Charles
Tupper, Bart., Minister of Railways and
Canals, 1883; Private Secretary to the
High Commissioner for the Dominion cf
Canada. London, 1884; in charge of or-
ganization and management of Cannoian
exhibit at Antwerp International Exhi-
bition, 1885; organizer and supervisor of
expenditure, Canadian section of Colon-
ial and Indian Exhibition, London, 1886;
private secretary to Sir Charles Tupper
all Washington, D. C, during negotia-
tions prior to Atlantic Inshore Fisheries
Treaty; appointed chief clerk Depart-
ment of Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa,
1886; private secretary to Canadian Min-
ister of Marine and Fisheries, 1890; ac-
companied Minister to Washington, D.
C, during Behring Sea negotiations,
1891; appointed Commissioner of Hud-
son's Bay Co., with headquarters at
Winnipeg, 1891, and since that date has
been chief executive of that great and
historic corporation. The term of office
of Commissioner Chipman has coincided
with the remarkable development of the
vast territory now known as Western
Canada, over which the company exer-



cised autocratic control for so many

years, and it has been under his saga-
cious and adaptable administration that
the company has kept step with the
times and exercised its wide functions
in a spirit of modernity. Married Ada
Borradaile, Ottawa, 1882; has three sons
and four daughters. Clubs: Canadian,
Country, Manitoba, York (Toronto).
Recreations: Riding, driving. Non-par-
tisan; Anglican. Address: Hudson's Bay
House, Winnipeg, Man.

CHIPMAN, George Fisher. — Editor
Grain Grower's Guide, 275 Sherbrooke
St., Winnipeg. Born Nictaux West, Anna
County, N. S., Jan. 18, 1882, son of F.
Miles Chipman. Educated high school,
Middleton; Normal School, Truro, N. S. ;
school teacher, 1900. On repertorial staff
of Manitoba Free Press, Winnipeg. 1905;
frequent contributor to Canadian Maga-
zine and other Canadian journals. Mar-
ried Emily Raymond Christie, River
Hebert, N. S., 1907. Baptist. Address:
18 Chestnut St., Winnipeg. Man.

CHISHOIiM, Archibald Dickson. —

Manager Union Grain Co., Grain Ex-
change, Winnipeg. Born Huron Coun-
ty, Ont., Feb. 19, 1857, son of Robert
and Margaret Chisholm. Educated pub-
lic schools. Farming, Manitoba, 1881.
Came to Winnipeg, 1904. President Win-
nipeg Grain Exchange. Married Eliz-
abeth Shields, Bruce County, 1883; has
two sons and five daughters. Club:
Manitoba. Societies: A. F. & A. M. ; C.
O. F. Recreations: Bowling. Liberal;
Anglican. Address: 125 Carlton St.,
Winnipeg, Man.

CHISHOIiHI, Elizabeth. — President
Manitoba W. C. T. U. Born St. Cath-
arines, Ont., Dec. 27, 1842, daughter of
Gideon and Bessie Goodfellow. Edu-
cated Brantford. Taught school Brant
County, 1861. Came to Winnipeg 1877;
closely identified with temperance work
thirty years. Elected Manitoba Prov-
incial President,. 1888-1892; removed to
United States, returned to Winnipeg,
1900; re-elected Provincial President
1902, continuing in office since; repre-
sented Manitoba World's W. C. T. U.
Convention, Boston, Mass., 1906; ex-Vice-
President Dominion W. C. T. U. ; ex-
Vice-President Dominion National Coun-
cil of Women. Married James Chisholm,
Brantford, 1864; has three sons and
three daughters. Address: 294 Furby
St., Winnipeg, Man.

CHISHOIiM, John Edwin, I^i;. B. — Of

Chisholm & McAndy, Barristers, Moose
Jaw. Born Dartmouth, N. S., July 6,
1882, son of John and Christina Isabella
Chisholm. Educated public schools.
Dartmouth; Halifax County Academy;
Dalhousie University. Came to Saskat-
chewan, 1904; practiced Moose Jaw,



WHO'S WHO AND WHY



1908; formed present partnership 1912.
1912. Served with Western Light Horse,
South African war (Queen's medal).
Club: Moose Jaw. Society: R. A. M.
Recreation: walking and motoring. Con-
servative; Presbyterian. Address: Moose
Jaw, Sask.



CHISHOI.M, John Samuel, M. B., M.
D., C. M. — Physician and Surgeon. Born
Garafraxa Township, Wellington Coun-
ty, Ont, son of Margaret and Thomas
Chisholm, M. D., M. P., for East Huron
County, Ont. Educated high school, Har-
rison, Ont.; Toronto University. Prac-
ticed Wingham, Ont., 1899; came to
Prince Albert 1906. Societies: A. F. &
A. M.; I. O. O. F.; Saskatchewan Med-
ical Association. Recreations: Baseball,
curling, lacrosse. Conservative; Presby-
terian. Address: 608 Central Ave., Prince
Albert, Sask.



CHOWir, Harry H., B. A., M. D., C. M.

— Surgeon. Born Kingston, Ont., Feb.
16, 1859, son of Edwin and Amelia
Chown. Educated" Victoria University,
Queen's University. Came to Winnipeg
1880. Surgeon and Major 90th Regi-
ment. Councillor Manitoba University,
Professor of Clinical Surgery and Dean
Medical Society Manitoba Medical Col-
lege; surgeon Winnipeg General Hospital,
physician Children's Home. Married Kate
Farrell, Kingston, Ont., 1866; has two
sons. Clubs: Manitoba, St. Charles Coun-
try. Address: 263 Broadway, Winnipeg,
Man.



CERICHTO^ W. Madeley. — Of Daly,
Chrichton, McClure & Cohen, Barristers,
Canada Life Bldg., Winnipeg. Born Man-
chester, England, April 5, 1868, son of
William W. and Annie S. Chrichton. Edu-
cated Manchester. Came to Manitoba
1886. Practiced Winnipeg, 1898. Mar-
ried Florence Eva White, London, Ont.,
1899. Society: A. F. & A. M. Recre-
ation: Cricket. Conservative; Anglican.
Address: 810 Grosvenor Ave., Winnipeg,
Man.



CHRISTIB, Albert Edward, D. S. O. —

Manager Union Bank of Canada, Vic-
toria. Born Toronto, Dec. 3, 1860, son of
Charles and Marjorie Robertson Chris-
tie. Served Northwest Rebellion 1885;
and South African War, 1900; (D. S. O.).
Married Mary Ludlow Wetmore, daugh-
ter of Mr. Chief Justice Wetmore; has
three sons. Club: Union Pacific. Ad-
dress: 604 Linden Ave., Victoria, B. C.



CHBISTZB, Rev. David, M. A. — West-
minster Presbyterian Church, Winnipeg.
Born Arbroath, Scotland, Sept. 16, 1865,
son of James and Isabella Christie. Edu-
cated St. Andrew's and Edinburgh Uni-



versities; Pastor North Shields, England,
1890; removed to Edinburgh 1897; Pastor
St. Matthews Church, Glasgow, 1903.
Came to Winnipeg 1909. Married Mar-
garet Fleming, Paisley, Scotland, 1891;
has four sons and four daughters. Ad-
dress: 42 Furby St., Winnipeg, Man.



CHRISTIE, H. P. — Government Agent,
Ashcroft. Born England, June 5, 1865,
son of Robert Christie, C. E. Educated
Dulwich College. On Stock Exchange.
London, England, 1883. Came to North-
west Territories 1886; to British Colum-
bia 1897. Provincial Assessor; ex-Prov-
incial Constable, ex-Mining Recorder,
Slocan. Married Emily Robinson, Moos-
omin, Sask.; has two sons and one
daughter. Recreations: Boating, hunt-
ing, fishing. Address: Ashcroft, B. C.



CHRISTIE, Melbourne, P. — Managing
Director G. F. Stephens & Co., Ltd.,
Winnipeg; Vice-President Manitoba Lin-
seed Oil Co., Ltd. Born Bowmanville,
Ont., May 29, 1864, son of Thomas and
Catherine Chi'istie. Educated high schools
Ontario. President Manitoba branch
Manufacturers' Association 1911; Vice-
President Winnipeg Board of Trade 1912;
chairman Trade Expansion Committee
and Development Bureau 1912. Married
Kathleen Campbell, Winnipeg, 1905; has
one son. Clubs: Manitoba, St. Charles
Country. Society: A. F. & A. M. Recre-
ations: Golf, bowling. Conservative: Ad-
dress: 112 Wilmot Place, Winnipeg, Man.



CHRISTIE, J. Edg-ar— Real Estate and
Insurance Broker, Central Chambers,
Saskatoon. Born Singhampton, Ont.,
Jan. 28, 1883, son of James D. and Eliza-
beth Gosnell Christie. Educated public
schools, Singhampton; Collegiate Insti-
tute, CoUingwood; Toronto University
(honors in arts, 1911). Principal, Ros-
thern High School, 1911-1912; estab-
lished present business, 1912. Liberal;
Presbyterian. Address, Saskatoon, Sask.



CHURCH, Henry Warrington, M. A. —

Of Conybeare, Church & McArthur, Bar-
risters, Conybeare Block, Lethbridge.
Born Cardiff, Wales, June 8, 1863, son
of John and Elizabeth Jane Church.
Came to Canada 1883. Educated Hell-
muth College, London; Trinity College,
Toronto. Student, Beatty, Chadwick &
Co., Toronto, 1885; with Blake, Lash &
Cassels, 1886; practiced Toronto, 1888;
came to Alberta 1907. Married Gertrude
Pemberton, Kincardine, Ont.. 1898; has
one son and three daughters. Club:
Chinook. Anglican. Address: 268 Sev-
enth Ave. S., Lethbridge, Alta.



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CIiANCX*, Bobert Ivan — Manager Na-
tional Life Assurance Co., Mclntyre
Block, Winnipeg. Born Menie, Ont.,
April 7, 1885, son of Cornelius Urbane
and Eleanor Hall Whitton Clancy. Edu-
cated Albert College, Belleville. Came
to Manitoba, 1905; special representative
Great Western Life Assurance Co., Win-
nipeg, 1905-1908; present position since
1908. Served as Lieutenant 109th Regi-
ment, Winnipeg, 1911. Married Mary
Hamilton Gilpin, daughter of John C.
Gilpin, 1912. Recreations: Shooting, mo-
toring. Liberal; Anglican. Address: 535
McMillan Ave., Winnipeg, Man.



CIiANCEV, Stephen A. — Vice-Presi-
dent and Secretary Gorman, Clancey &
Grindley, Ltd., Calgary and Edmonton.
Born Walkerton, Ont., March 27, 1881,
son of Michael and Lucy Clancey. Edu-
cated Walkerton High School and North-
ern Business College, Owen Sound, Ont;
Secretary to D. W. Morrice, G. T. R.,
Toronto; with Bartlett, Frazier & Co.,
stock and bond brokers, Toronto, 1900.
Came to Alberta with late R. R. Jamie-
son. Superintendent C. P. R. Co., 1902.
Married Mabel Harley, Winnipeg; has
two sons. Club: Alberta. Society: K.
of C. Recreations: Lacrosse, hockey,
baseball. Address: Calgary, Alta,




GEORGE HERBERT CLARE

CIiABE, George Herbert. — Real Estate
and Financial Broker, McKay Block,
Saskatoon; Vice-President Saskatoon
Sanitary Steam Laundry Co.; Director of
the Central Saskatchewan Agricultural
Society, 1911. Born near Vankleek Hill,
Ont., May 25, 1876, son of George Olding
and Francis Clare. Came to Neepawa,
Man., with parents, 1882. Educated pub-



lic schools Neepawa. Farming, Neepawa
district 1892-1902; mercantile business
with R. B. Irvine, under firm name Ir-
vine & Clare, Saskatoon, 1903; bought out
Mr. Irvine's interest and went into part-
nership with J. B. Young, firm name of
Clare & Young, 1906; disposed of business
1908; later engaged wholesale commis-
sion business under firm name of Clare,
Little & Co.; incorporated under name
of Western Distributors, Ltd., 1910, and
same year sold his interests and en-
gaged real estate business. Alderman
Saskatoon, 1906-1908; 1911-1912; member
of Council of Board of Trade, 1909-1911.
Married Lillian Clarke, Regina, 1904;
has one daughter. Societies: A. F. & A.
M.; I. O. O. F.; C. O. F. Recreations:
Baseball, motoring, curling Liberal;
Presbyterian. Address: 500 Eleventh St.,
Saskatoon, Sask.



CXiABE, W. Harvey — Manager, Sas-
katchewan Investment & Trust Co., Sas-
katoon. Born Belleville, Ont., Dec. 12,
1873, son of T. H. and Eliza Moon Clare.
Educated public schools and Albert Col-
lege, Belleville. Taught school. South-
ern Manitoba, 1895-1898; joined Union
Bank, 1898; clerk, Union Bank, Hart-
ney, Man., and Lanigan, Sask. Came
to Saskatoon, 1910; present position
since 1911. Councillor, Lanigan, 1909-
1910. Married Emily L. Shore, 1908;
has one daughter. Club: Saskatoon.
Society: A. F. & A. M. Recreations:
tennis, curling. Liberal; Anglican.
Address: 619 6th Ave., N., Saskatoon,
Sask.



CI^ABK, Charles. — Publisher High
River Times. Born Tiverton, Ont.,
March 27, 1870, son of Donald and Mary
McDougall Clark. Educated public and
high schools. Printer, Kincardine, Ont.,
1890-1899. Served with Strathcona's
Horse, Commissary Department, South
African War, later attached to British
Army Corps, 1899-1903. Married Mary
Elizabeth MacDonell, 1907; has one son
and one daughter. Club: High River.
Society: A. F. & A. M. Recreation:
Fishing. Conservative; Anglican. Ad-
dress: High River, Alta.



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ALECK CLARK



CIiA&K, Aleck — President, Sterling
Loan & Securities Co., Ltd., 1739 Scarth
St., Regina; Director, Sterling Trust
Corporation, Ltd.; Director, Plainview
Farming Co., Ltd.; Director, Security
Loan Co., Ltd.; Director, Western Cities
Development Co. Born Wellington
County, Ont., Aug. 9, 1875, son of John
and Mary Jane Clark. Educated public
schools, Nankato and Redwood, Minn.



Farmed, Redwood Falls, Minn., 1889-
1903. Came to Saskatchewan, 1903; real
estate and loan business, Regina, since
1903. MTarried Aleda Maud Dowswell,
daughter of George Dowswell, 1907; has
one daughter. Society: I. O. O. F. Rec-
reations: shooting, golf. Liberal; Meth-
odist. Address: 2143 Hamilton St., Re-
gina, Sask.



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GEORGE TUNNAH CLARK.

CIiASK, George Tunnah, B. A., C. E. — '

City Engineer, City Hall, Saskatoon.
Born Campbellford, Ont., May 18, 1880,
son of John and Agnes Waddell Clark.
Educated: high school, Campbellford;
Toronto University. Rodman, Mainten-
ance of Way and Location, T. & N. O.
Ry. ; subsequently inspector of sidewalks
and pavements, roadway department.
City of Toronto ;came to Saskatchewan
1906; resident engineer on installation
of water and sewer system, Indian
Head; similar work Maple Creek, 1907;
similar work Palmerston, Ont., 1908; in



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