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FARRZS, John Wallace de Beciue, B.
A., Iilt. D. — Of Macdonell, Killam &
Farris, Barristers, Pacific Bldg., Van-
couver. Born White's Cove, N. B., Feb.
12, 1878, son of Laughlin P. and M.
Louise Farris. Educated Acadia Univer-
sity; University of Pennsylvania. Came
to British Columbia. 1902. and prac-
ticed with present firm since. Candi-
date for British Columbia Legislature,
1906; 1909. City Prosecuting Attorney,
1904-1906. Married Evelyn F. Keirstead,
1905; has three sons and one daughter.
Club: Terminal City. Address: 1776
Davie St., Vancouver, B. C.

PARRIS, Wendell B., B. C L. — Of

Russell, Russell & Hancock, Barristers
and Solicitors, Metropolitan Bldg., Van-
couver. Born Whites Cove, N. B., Aug.
26, 1886, son of Louise Hay and Hon. L. P.
Farris, ex-commissioner of agriculture
for New Brunswick. Educated high
schools, Fredericton, N. B. ; New Bruns-
wick University; King's College Law
School, Windsor, N. S. Law student with
Barnhill, Ewing & Sanford, St. John, N. B.
Called to New Brunswick bar, 1908;
British Columbia bar, 1909; practiced
Nelson, as O'Shea & Farris, 1909-1912.
Clubs: Canadian; Nelson; University.
Liberal; Baptist. Address: University
Club, Vancouver, B. C.

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PAWCBTT, Edg-ar. — (Retired.) Born
Sydney, Australia, Feb. 1, 1847, son of
Thomas Lea and Jane Wignall Fawcett.
Educated Collegiate School, Victoria.
Came to British Columbia, 1859; up-
holstering business, Victoria, 1860-1882;
Dominion Government Civil Service
1882-1910; served as Sergeant, Victoria
Rifle Volunteers and Canadian Militia.
Author "Some Reminiscences of Old Vic-
toria," 1912. Married Myra Holden, Mac-
clesfield, Eng., 1876; has three sons and
three daughters. Societies: British Co-
lumbia Pioneers (last remaining char-
ter member); I. O. O. F. (since 1868);
California Pioneers. Reformed Episco-
pal. Address: Dickens and Arm Ave.,
Victoria, B. C.



PAWCETT, John i;oniS, Ui. B. — Of

Campbell & Fawcett, Barristers, Mac-
leod. Born Sackville, N. B., Nov. 20,
1872, son of John and Catherine M.
Fawcett. Educated high school; Dal-
housie University. Practiced Hartland,
N, B., 1899-1903; came to Alberta, 1903.
Member of Alberta, Saskatchewan and
New Brunswick bars; member City
Council, Macleod, 1906-1907; Mayor,
1910. Married Lena M. Morine, Halifax,
1902. Society: I. O. F. Recreations: all
outdoor sports. Conservative; Metho-
dist. Address: Macleod, Alta.



PEA, Iiilliau Emma. — (Wife of Rev.
Samuel Fea, Vicar St. Agnes Church).
Born Highgate, London, England,
daughter of Arthur George and Louisa
Brown. Came to Manitoba, 1882.
Educated public schools, Winnipeg.
President Ladies' Auxiliary North Win-
nipeg Hospital and Woman's Auxiliary
of St. Peter's Church. Married Rev.
Samuel Fea. 1901. Anglican. Address:
518 Tenth St., N., Vancouver, B. C.



PEA, Bev. Samuel, B. A., M. A., Fh.

D. — Vicar, St. Agnes Church, North Van-
couver. Born Island of Malta, May 12,
1872, son of Henry and Emma Fea
(his father being an officer in the
Army Service Corps, British Army).
Educated British Army School; St.
John's College, Winnipeg. Taught school
near Grenfell, Sask, 1892; ordained dea-
con, 1900; priest. 1901; curate St.
George's Church, Winnipeg, 1901. Rector
St. Peter's Church, Winnipeg, 1903-1912.
Author of "Irish Ned," "The Winnipeg
Newsy," "The Fight." Married Lillian
Emma Brown, Winnipeg, 1901. Socie-
ties: S. O. E. ; L. O. L. Conservative;
Anglican. Address: 518 Tenth St. North,
Vancouver, B. C.



PEHiDEN, captain Algernon B. — Real
Estate Broker, Eigth Ave., Calgary. Di-
rector J. B. Royle Co.. Ltd. Born Nor-
folk, England, Sept. 12, 1865, son of
John R. and Hon. Frances B. Feilden.
Educated Eton College, England. Cap-
tain King's Own Royal Lancaster Regi-
ment, England. Married Jacqueline,
daughter of John Garden and Princess
Caroline Murat, Suffolk, England; has
one son and one daughter. Club: Junior
United Service, London, England. Con-
servative; Anglican. Address: 463 12th
St., Hillhurst, Calgary, Alta.



PEZiX>, Thornton. — Of Fell & Gregory,
Barristers, 1218 Langley St., Victoria;
clerk British Columbia Legislative As-
sembly. Born Chester, England, Oct.
13, 1855, son of James and Sarah
Thornton Fell. Came to British Colum-
bia, 1870. Called to British Columbia
bar, 1881; practiced Victoria since. Mar-
ried Jessie Reid, daughter of Rev. John
Reid. Oldham, England; has two sons
and two daughters. Society: I. O. O.
P. Presbyterian. Address: 1233 Fort
St., Victoria, B. C.



PELIiOWES, Frederick Lyon, C. E. —

City Engineer, Vancouver. Born Ottawa,
Dec. 11, 1860, son of late George Byron
Lyon Fellowes, K. C, M. P. Educated
Upper Canada College. Served ap-
prenticeship for Dominion Lands ana
Engineering with the firm of Evans,
Bulger & Drury, Belleville, Ont. ; Assist-
ant Engineer, Dominion Government
Railway work on short line. New Bruns-
wick to Quebec; Bridge work. Bay of
Quinte bridge, under C. H. Keefer; Dep-
uty City Engineer, West Toronto, having
charge and design of Keele Street Sub-
way, overhead bridges, general municipal
pavings, sewers and other works; Assist-
ant Engineer on e-^tension, Central On-
tario Railway; Assistant Engineer, in-
stallation of Power Plant, Trent River;
Assistant Engineer, investigating bridge
locations and subways, Richmond, Que.;
Appointed Commissioner for the Island
of Montreal, representing the municipal-
ity of Montreal, re the investigation of
the St. Pierre River sewage disposal;
city engineer, Westmount, 13 years, in-
stalling first civic plants in America for
destruction of garbage, and obtaining
power therefrom; reported on $1,000,000
water supply system for Westmount.
Investigated source of supply Montreal
Water Supply Company, at the St. Law-
rence River; made complete survey and
investig:ation of St. Lawrence River in
connection with same. Married Mary
Gilmour, Quebec, 1891; has two sons and
one daughter. Clubs: Engineers (Mont-
real). Societies: Canadian Society of
Civil Engineers; American Waterworks
Association. Anglican. Address: Van-
couver, B. C.



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THRGVSOTSf, Henry. — Court Reporter
King's Bench, Manitoba. Born St. Mary-
lebone, W., London, England, July 2,
1S63, son of Henry and Lydia M. Fer-
guson. Educated Trinity School, New
York; Philological School, London.
Ship's clerk on P. and O. S. S. between
London and Calcutta. Came to Man-
itoba, 1884; city editor Winnipeg Tele-
gram, ten years; also its predecessor.
The Nor'-Wester; worked for and con-
tributed to Winnipeg and other papers;
appointed to present position, 1905.
Married Celia Beal, daughter of late
Robert Beal, Ospringe, Kent, England,
18S6; has two sons and two daughters.
Club: Adanac. Recreations: canoeing,
shooting. Conservative; Anglican. Ad-
dress: 99 Rue La Verandrye, St. Boni-
face, Man.




THOMAS ROBERTS FERGUSON.

FERCrUSOIT, Thomas Roberts, K. C.

— Of Ferguson & Collinson, Barristers.
Bank of Hamilton Chambers, Winnipeg.
Born Cookstown, Ont., Sept. 30, 1864,
son of Isaac and Emily J. Ferguson.
Educated Upper Canada College; Toronto
University. Called to Ontario bar and
practiced, Barrie, 1888. Came to Winni-
peg, 1902; K. C, 1909. Married Etta
May Harmer, Toronto, 18.90; has two
sons and one daughter. Clubs: Mani-
toba; Canadian; St. Charles Country;
Commercia-1 Travelers. Societies: A. F.
& A. M. ; C. O. F.. Conservative; An-
glican. Address: 4 Ruskin Row, Winni-
peg, Man.

FERGUSON, wmiam — ^Wholesale Liq-
uor Merchant, 123 8th St., Brandon; Di-
rector, Brandon Hardware Co., Ltd.; Di-
rector, Canadian Guaranty Trust Co.,
Ltd. Born Leith, Scotland, July 30,
1853, son of Fowler and Jane Ferguson.
Educated public and high schools,
Scotland. Came to Manitoba to farm,
1882; established present business, 1882.
President and director, Brandon Turf




W^ILLIAM FERGUSON.

Club; president and organizer, Brandon
Fair; j-nember, Brandon Board of Trade.
Married Isabel G. Young, Toronto, 1896;
has one son. Clubs: Brandon; Commer-
cial; Turf. Recreations: horses, out-
door sports. Independent; Presbyterian.
Address: 436 Victoria Ave., Brandon,
Man.

PERGUSOHr, wmiam, M. I,. A. — Farm-
er; Elected to Manitoba Legislature,
general election, for Hamiota, 1899, 1903,
1907-1910; chairman, 1903, of Public Ac-
counts during his representation in the
House. Conservative. Address: Ham-
iota, Man.

FERNIE, William. — Capitalist. Born
Kimbolton, Huntingdonshire, England,
April 2, 1837, son of Dr. Thomas Peter
and Elizabeth Fernie. Educated Kim-
bolton grammar schools. In 1851 went
to sea in ship "Salesman" and landed
in Australia; worked in mines at Ben-
digo and Perdue, 1851-1856; later be-
came quartermaster on United States
mail steamer, plying to South America
ports; removed to British Columbia,
1860. and for many years engaged
mining Cariboo country; appointed
Gold Commissioner for Canada. 1873,
and held office until 1882; joined with
Coonel Baker securing charter of Brit-
ish Columbia Southern Ry., now Crow's
Nest Pass Division C. P. R. ; located
Crow's Nest coal deposits, 1887. (Fer-
nie, center of coal mining district of
Crow's Nest, is named after him.) Rec-
reation: gardening. Address: Victoria,
B. C.



WHO'S WHO AND WHY




ERNEST LYON FERRIS.



FEBBIS, Ernest Iiyon — Financial Brok-
er, 43 Jasper Ave., E., Edmonton. Born
Owen Sound, Ont., Aug. 21, 1S84, son
of Edward and Sara Brett Ferris. Edu-
cated: Owen Sound Collegiate Institute;
Toronto University. Came to Edmonton,



1904; Deputy Clerk, Supreme Court, Ed-
monton, 1904-1907; present business es-
tablished, 1907. Clubs: Edmonton; Coun-
ti-y. Recreations: Shooting, golf. Con-
servative; Anglican. Address: 726 23rd
St., Edmonton, Alta.



WHO'S WHO AND WHY



FERRIX:, "Walter Bown. -^ Manager
Canada Life Assurance Co. for British
Columbia, Hastings St., Vancouver.
Born Hamilton, Jan. 23, 1861, son of
John and Emily Ferrie. Educated Colle-
giate Institute; Wentworth College,
Ont. Clerk for Canada Life Assurance
Co., Hamilton, 1876; worked head of-
fice from post-boy to cashier; also em-
ployed Toronto, Montreal and Halifax.
Came to British Columbia, 1900. Mar-
ried Kate Fergus Turner, Hamilton,
1893 (deceased); has two sons; married
the Honourable Mrs. Lionel Fortescue of
the Wilderness House, Hampton Court
Palace, England. Clubs: Vancouver;
Royal Vancouver Yacht; Cricket; Jericho
Country. Recreations: yachting, tennis,
cricket, golf, racquets. Address: 1347
Nicola St., Vancouver, B. C.



PERRIS, William Donovan, M. B. —

Physician and Surgeon, Empire Block,
Edmonton. Born Dufferin County, Ont.,
Feb. 27, 1870, son of Edward and Sarah
Brett Ferris. Educated public schools,
Horning's Mills; Collegiate Institute,
Collingwood, Owen Sound; Orangeville;
Toronto University. Practiced Owen
Sound, 1898-1902; Edmonton since 1902.
Member Edmonton Public School Board;
member Senate, Alberta University.
Married E. Grace Swanzey, B. A., To-
ronto, 1904. Club: Edmonton. Societies:
A. F. & A. M.; I. O. O. F. Recreations:
golf, horses. Conservative; Presby-
terian. Address: 810 Fifth St., Ed-
monton, Alta.



FBTHBRSTONHATTGH:, Bdward Fliil-
lips, B. Sc. — Professor of Electrical En-
gineering, University of Manitoba. Born
Montreal, July 20, 1879, son of Edward
C. B. and Janet Cross Fetherston-
haugh. Educated Montreal High School
and McGill University. Draughtsman
Fetherstonliaugh & Co.; manager and
partner Ottawa branch for four years
lecturer McGill University, 1904-1906
with Westinghouse Co., Pittsburg, 1906
and Canadian Westinghouse Co., Win-
nipeg, 1907-1909; University of Manitoba
since 1909; served as lieutenant 3d Field
Company, Canadian Engineers, Ottawa,
two years. Married Ruth M. Harring-
ton, Montreal, 1908. Societies: American
Institute Electrical Engineers; Cana-
dian Society Civil Engineers: Canadian
Electrical Association; Winnipeg Sci-
entific Society. Recreation: riding.
Protestant. Address: 801 Dorchester
Ave., Winnipeg, Man.



FIBXiBHOXTSi;, Henry Vernon, B. A.,
Iili. B. — Barrister. Director The Al-
berta Permanent Loan Co., Ltd.; director
Wainwright Lumber Co.. Ltd. Born
Wooler, Ont., June 11, 1877. son of Mar-
maduke H. and Helen Fieldhouse. Came
to Manitoba, 1879. Educated Neepawa;
Wesley College; Manitoba. University.
Practiced as Davis & Fieldhouse, Nee-
pawa, 1900; practiced alone, Neepawa,
1903; Vermilion, 1906; Wainwright, 1908.
Married Annetta C. Darroch, Swan
River, Man., 1900; has three daughters.
Societies: A. F. & A. M.; I. O. O. F.;
K. of P. Recreations: curling, tennis,
motoring. Liberal; Methodist. Address:
Wainwright, Alta.



FIBI.SS, Charles A. — Of J. C. & C. A.

Fields, Timber Merchants, Merchants
Bank Bldg., Victoria. Born Iowa, Jan.
24, 1872, son of William M. and Violetta
Fields. Educated Iowa. Real estate
business, Saskatchewan, 1903. Came to
British Columbia and established pres-
ent business, 1907. Married Mary Edith
Meharey, Russell, Ont., 1908; has one
daughter. Recreation: hunting. Ad-
dress: Victoria, B. C.



FIBI.DS, Jolin Cass. — Of J. C. & C.

Fields, Timber Merchants, Victoria; also
largely interested Saskatchewan farm
lands. Born Milnesville, Pa., Jan. 8,
1867, son of William M. and Violetta
Fields. Educated State Teachers' Col-
lege and Cornell College, Iowa. Came
to Saskatchewan, 1902. Recreations:
hunting, salmon fishing. Conservative;
Methodist. Address: 988 Heywood Ave.,
Victoria, B. C.



FINDI.AY, Charles. — Edge Hill Farm,
Shoal Lake. Born Nichol Township,
Ont., May 11, 1846, son of James and
Margaret Findlay. Educated public
schools, Salem. Came to Manitoba, 1879,
and engaged farming. Trustee and sec-
retary-treasurer Edge Hill School Board
twenty-five years; Assessor municipality
of Shoal Lake twenty-two years; presi-
dent Shoal Lake Agricultural Society
twenty years; secretary-treasurer Shoal
Lake Grain Growers' Association six
years; president Shoal Lake Liberal As-
sociation three years. Ex-County Coun-
cillor. Served with Elora Rifles, Fen-
ian Raid, 1866 (medal and land grant).
Married Magdalena Eby, Salem, 1869;
has five sons and two daughters. Lib-
eral; Presbyterian. Address: Shoal Lake,
Man.



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JAMES FINDLAT.

FINSIiAV, James. — Mining- Engineer.
Born Montreal, Oct. 5, 1854, son of
Capt. John Duncan Glegg and Mary
Mercer Findlay. Educated public and
higii scliools. M:ning engineer, Fife-
sliire, Scotland, 1874-1877; Idaho, 1883-
1887. Came to British Columbia. 1887.
License Commissioner, Vancouver, 1907-
1911; Mayor of the City of Vancouver;
president Vancouver Conservative Club,
1911; served as bugler, Victoria Volun-
teer Rifles, Montreal, 1870-1873; later
with Coast Artillery, Scotland. Married
Ellen Georgina Scott, Montreal, 1880;
has three sons and two daughters.
Clubs: United Service (president); Van-
couver Athletic (ex-president and life
member). Society: A. F. & A. M. Con-
servative; Presbyterian. Address: 1428
Robson St., Vancouver, B. C.



FINSIiAV, James. — Of J. Findlay
Drug Co., Ltd., 104-106 Eighth Ave., E.,
Calgary. Born Huron County, Ont.,
March 26, 1859, son of James and Eliza-
beth Findlay. Educated public schools,
Huron County; Ontario College of Phar-
macy. Florist with J. L. Nichol, Cata-
raqui Nursery, Kingston, 1874-1877;
drug apprentice with D. E. Rose, Tam-
worth, 1877-1880; manager J. D. Laf-
ferty's drug store, Pembroke, 1880-1882;
purchased business and operated in his
own name, 1882-1900. Came to Calgary
and purchased present business, 1901;
incorporated, 1908. Married Annie E.




JAMES FINDLAY.

Foster, Pembroke, Ont., 1887; has one
son and two daughters. Societies: A. F.
& A. M.; I. O. O. F. Recreations: rid-
ing, tennis, curling. Liberal; Presby-
terian. Address: 84 Thirteenth Ave.,
W.. Calgary, Alta.

Tisns, Ricliard A., P. AC. — Merchant.
Born Mono, Ont., Nov. 29, 1872, son of
Norris and Jane Fines. Educated pub-
lic schools, Balmoral; Collegiate Insti-
tute, Winnipeg. Taught school Green-
ridge, 1897; principal Emerson Inter-
mediate schools, 1900; principal Stony
Mountain Intermediate school, 1900-
1902; chosen as one of board of exam-
iners teachers' examinations, 1901. Es-
tablished present business, 1902. Police
Magistrate, Darlingford; school trustee;
secretary-treasurer Darlingford Consoli-
dated Schools. Married Mabel Adella
Willcott, Balmoral, 1902; has two sons
and two daughters. Recreations: foot-
ball, baseball. Conservative; Methodist.
Address: Darlingford, Man.

PIKGXANS, William. — Architect, 334
Portage Ave., Winnipeg. Born Rockton,
Wentworth County, Ont., Aug. 5, 1862,
son of William and Mary Ann Fingland.
Educated public schools; School of
Practical Science, Toronto (graduated,
1893). Came to Manitoba, 1884; returned
East, 1895; engaged various architec-
tural offices New York City, 1893-1905.



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WILLIAM FINGLAND.

Established present practice, 1905. Ap-
pointed consulting architect for Parlia-
ment Buildings, Province of Alberta,
1907; president Province of Manitoba
Board of Examiners of Architects. Mar-
ried Bella Barbara Chisholm, 1887; has
six sons and three daughters. Societies:
A. F. & A. M. (Scottish Rite 32d de-
gree); K. of T. ; member of Khartum
Temple; A. A. O. N. M. S. Address: 120
Walnut St., Winnipeg, Man.



FINK, Jacob Pius, — General Mer-
chant, of Fink Mercantile Co., Ltd.,
Baker St., Cranbrook. Director Cran-
brook Jobbers, Ltd. Born Vernon County,
Mo., July 14, 1872, son of H. D. and
Elizabeth Fink. Educated public schools,
Vernon County. Clerk Lindsay Mercan-
tile Co., Spokane, Wash., 1891-1892.
Came to British Columbia, 1893. Clerk
H. Giegerich, Kaslo, B. C, 1893-1897;
Fort Steele Mercantile Co., Ltd., 1897-
1903; Fink Bros, bought business of
Fort Steele Mercantile Co.. 1903-1906,
and operated business for three years;
present company incorporated, 1907.
Mayor Cranbrook. 1908-1910; Alderman,
1905-1907. Married Bessie Johnson,
1897; has one son and one daughter.
Club: Cranbrook. Societies: A. F. & A.
M.; I. O. O. F.; K. of P. Recreation:
fishing. Conservative; Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: Edwards St., Cranbrook, B. C.



PINKELSTEIK, David B. — Of Heu-
bach, Finkelstein & Heubach, Real Estate
Agents, Nanton Bldg., Winnipeg. Born
Poland. Sept. 12, 1880, son of James and
Anna Finkelstein. Educated Collegiate




DAVID R. FINKELSTEIN.

Institute and Manitoba College. Real
estate agent, Winnipeg, since 1901. Di-
rector German Canadian Land Co.; sec-
retary Assiniboine Estates, Ltd.; secre-
tary Tuxedo Estates, Ltd.; also inter-
ested Norwood (Winnipeg) Syndicate,
Ltd. Captain Shamrock Football Team,
1902-1903; St. Johns Rugby Team; pres-
ident Civic Curling Club, 1909-1910.
Recreations: lacrosse, curling, football.
Address: 389 Cumberland Ave., Winni-
peg, Man.



FXNKEI^STEIN, Sarah Rosen. — (Wife
of Moses Finkelstein.) Born Poland,
daughter of Isaac and Dorothy Rosen,
Educated Poland. Came to Manitoba,
1888. Secretary First Shaarey Zedek
Ladies' Aid; president Daughters of
Zion; honorarj' president Girls' Benevo-
lent Loan Society; secretary Rosh Pina
Ladies' Aid Society. Instrumental in
organizing Girls' Benevolent Loan So-
icety and Daughters of Zion, Winnipeg
branch. Has visited Russia, Austria,
Germany, England and United States.
Married Moses Finkelstein, 1890; has
three sons and two daughters. Recrea-
tion: traveling. Jewish. Address: 144
Logan Ave., Winnipeg, Man.



PINliAY, ■William Brownlee — Of Fin-
lay & Co., Wliolesale and Retail Lumber
Merchants, Esplanade, Medicine Hat.
Born Regina, Sask., Dec. 12, 1883, son
of William T. and Catherine M. Finlay.
Educated: public schools. Medicine Hat.
With Finlay & Co., since 1902. Mar-
ried Gertrude Mary Hawk, Medicine Hat,
1909; has one daughter. Societies: A.
F. & A. M. : I. O. F. : W. O. W. Recrea-
tions: hunting, motoring. Liberal; Pres-
byterian. Address 712 Water St., Medi-
cine Hat, Alta.



WHO'S WHO AND WHY




HON. WILLIAM THOMAS PINLAT.



PIWIiAY, Hon. William Tlioiuas. —

Lumber Merchant and Rancher. Born
Li-sburn, Ireland, July 12, 1853, son of
John and Christina Finlay. Educated
Royal Academy Institute, Belfast. Came
to Canada, 1878; to Toronto, 1880; to
Winnipeg, 1882, and to Medicine Hat
and established lumber business, 1883,
before railroad was in. Director Medi-
cine Hat Ranching Co. Mayor Medicine
Hat, 1900-1902. Ex-president Medicine



Hat Hospital. Represented Medicine
Hat Northwest Legislature, 1902. Elect-
ed to Alberta Legislature for Medicine
Hat, 1905; re-elected, 1909. Minister of
Agriculture and Provincial Secretary,
1905; retired with Cabinet, 1910. Mar-
ried Catherine A. Allott, Newark, 1883;
has two sons and four daughters. Lib-
eral; Presbyterian. Address: Medicine
Hat, Alta.



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FINIiAVSOir, Donald VL, M. i;. A. —

Born Elgin County, Ont., Aug. 9, 1854,
son of Duncan and Anabell Finlayson.
Educated Criman public school. Presi-
dent North Battleford Agricultural So-
ciety. Elected to Saskatchewan Legis-
lature for North Battleford, 1908. Mar-
ried Katie Finlayson, 1881; has four
sons and two daughters. Liberal; Pres-
byterian. Address: North Battleford,
Sask.




DAVID NICHOLSON FINNIE.

TXNJSHE, David Nicholson. — Of Finnie
& Murray, Wholesale Dry Goods Mer-
chants, Finnie & Murray Bldg., Mc-
Dermott Ave., Winnipeg, Man. Born
Arnprior, Ont., Aug. 1, 1883, son of
David McLachlin and Carrier Nicholson
F'nnie. Educated public schools; Col-
legiate Institute and priviate tuition.
Clerk Imperial Bank, Ottawa, 1900; sec-
retary-treasurer Woods, Ltd., Ottawa;
managing director Woods Western Ltd.,
Winnipeg, 1907; bought out Woods
Western Ltd., and organized present
firm of Finnie & Murray, 1910. Served
with Princess Louise Dragoons, Ottawa,
1902. Married Jean Lucretia Gibson,
daughter of Senator William Gibson,
1909. Clubs: Rideau; Canadian; Mani-
toba; Carleton; St. Charles Country. So-
ciety: A. F. & A. M. Recreation: golf.
Anglican. Addresss Crescent Court,
Winnipeg, Man.



FXSfi, Jasper Nolble, B. A. — Barrister,
Western Trust Bldg., Regina. Born
Northumberland County, Ont., March
10, 1866, son of James and Lucy
A. Fish. Educated Collegiate Institute
and Victoria University; Osgoode Hall.
Called to Ontario bar; practiced Orange-
ville, 1892. Came to Regina and joined
present firm, 1909; Councillor of Orange-
ville. 1900-1905; member high school
board, 1900-1903. Unsuccessful candi-
date to House of Commons for Dufferin,
1908. Came to Regina and joined Hon.



A. Turgeon and Hon. J. A. Calder, in
firm of Turgeon, Fish & Calder, 1909.
Married Emma Elizabeth Walsh,
daughter of late Aquilla Walsh. M. P.,
Orangeville, 1894; has one daughter.
Clubs: Assiniboia; Canadian. Society:
A. F. & A. M. Recreations: lacrosse,
lawn bowling. Liberal; Anglican. Ad-
dress: 2839 Victoria Ave., Regina, Sask.

FISHIIK, Alexander, M. B. — Physician
and surgeon, 9 Burns Block, Calgary.
Born Perth County, Ont., Aug. 10, 1872,
son of Alexander and Margaret Fisher.
Educated Collegiate Institute, Stratford.
Ont.; Toronto University. Practiced
Toronto, 1902-1907; abroad, 1907-1909.
Came to Alberta, 1909; has practiced
Calgary since. Societies: A. F. & A. M.;
S. O. S. Liberal; Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: 1110 Seventeenth Ave., W., Cal-
gary, AUa.

FISHER, Edward Bailey. — Barrister,
408 McArthur Bldg., Winnipeg. Orga-
nizer of Conservative party Province of
Manitoba since 1910. Born Liscard,
Cheshire, England, Jan. 4, 1873, son of
Charles William and Margaret (Bailey)
Fisher. Educated Wallasey grammar
school, Cheshire; St. John's College.
Came to Manitoba. 1890. Started as
farm help with father near Minnedosa,
1890-1892; teacher near Minnedosa, 1892-
1898; law student with J. P. Curran K.
C, Minnedosa, 1898-1903; barrister Maul-
son & Fisher, Minnedosa, 1903-1909;
Minnedosa a,nd Shoal Lake, 1909-1910:
Fisher & Eakins, Minnedosa and
Shoal Lake, 1910-1911; established
present practice, 1911. Served as
Secretary - Treasurer Minnedosa, 1901-
1910, of Odanah and Minto munic-
ipalities; secretary-treasurer of Town
and School District of Minnedosa,
1903-1910: president of Minnedosa Foot-
ball Club, Manitoba champions, 1908.
Married Clarissa Annie Pedlar, Winni-
peg, 1902; has two daughters. Club:
Adanac. Societies: K. of P.; S. O. B'.;
Maccabees. Recreation: football. Con-
servative; Anglican. Address: 3 5 St.



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