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University. Ordained deacon, 1865;
priest, 1866; after spending a year in
England, for C. and C. C. S., became
assistant minister Trinity Church,
Montreal, where remained until 1875;
professor of St. John's College, and ex-
aminer of Manitoba University. Mar-
ried Margaretta Elizabeth Freer, 1874;
has two sons and three daughters. Ad-
dress: Holy Trinity Rectory, Winnipeg,




POSTER, James C., Jr. — General Man-
ager Foster Realty Co., Calgary, with
offlce.s Toronto, Ont.; Edmonton, Alta. ;
Nelson, B. C; and Winnipeg, Man. Born
Ohio. U. S., Nov. 25, 1883. Educated

Ohio State University. Civil Engineer,
United States, 1905-1907; established
present business, 1908. Liberal; Angli-
can. Address: 1007 Fourth Ave., W.,
Calgary, Alta.


FOSTER, Charles Beverly — General
Passenger Agent, Canadian Pacific Rail-
way, Winnipeg. Born Kingston, King's
County, N. B., Sept. 30, 1871, son of
Charles and Rebecca Lavinia Foster.
Educated: Public, schools, Kingston. Ste-
nographer, Passenger Department, C. P.
R., St. John, N. B., 1899: Travelling Pas-
senger Agent, C. P. R., St. John, 1893;
District Passenger Agent, St. John,
1902; District Passenger Agent, Toronto,
1904; Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Vancouver, 1908; General Passenger
Agent, Winnipeg, 1910. Married Sarah
Buretta Page, daughter of James Munro
Page, Truro, N. S., (deceased, 1900) ; has
two daughters; married May Barbara Mc-
Kenzie, daughter of Alex McKenzie, St.
Paul, Minn., 190^; has one son and one
daughter. Club: Manitoba. Anglican.
Address: 72 Harrow St., Winnipeg, Man.


FOSTEK, Jonathan Wilson. — Propri-
etor of Fit Reform; agents for Fit Re-
form Clothing and Burberry, London,
England, 338 Hastings St., W., Vancou-
ver. Born Portsmouth, England, March
26, 1870, son of Jonathan and Jane
Welch Foster. Came to Canada, 1870.
Educated public schools, Cookstown,
Ont. Came to British Columbia, 1896.
Clothing business, Vancouver, 1906-1909;
purchased present business, 1909. Mar-
ried Frances Louise Sexsmith, Vancou-
ver, 1904; has one daughter. Society:
I. O. F. Liberal; Methodist. Address:
1347 Thurlow St., Vancouver, B. C.

POSTER, Joseph Henry — Manager,
Kelly, Douglas & Co. Ltd., . Wholesale
Grocers, Carnarvon and Tenth Sts., New
Westminster. Born Stroud, Gloucester-
shire, England, Dec. 1, 1882, son of Wil-
liam and Augusta Macey Foster. Edu-
cated: privately. Came to Vancouver,
1893. Billing clerk, C. P. R., Vancouver,
1895-1897; office clerk, Kelly, Douglas
& Co., 1897; present position, 1910. Mar-
ried Irene Ba.rbara Hoy, 1912. Clubs:

Terminal City (Vancouver) ; Westmin-
ster. Recreation: Lacrosse. Anglican.
Address: 1097 Hamilton St., New West-
minster. B. C.


FOSTER, William Garland. — Editor
and manager The Daily News, Nelson;
member of Council, Nelson Board of
Trade. Born Carleton County, Ont.,
April 25, 1879, son of Benjamin and
Ellen Garland Foster. Educated public
schools, Carleton County; Collegiate In-
stitute, Ottawa. Reporter Ottawa Free
Press, 1898-1900; worked on Winnipeg
Telegram, 1900-1906; managing editor,
1905-1906; editor Evening Review, Port-
age la Prairie, Man., 1906-1907; news
editor Colonist, Victoria, 1907-1908; ed-
itor Nelson Daily News since 1908.
Clubs: Nelson; Vancouver Press. Con-
servative; Anglican. Address: Nelson,
B. C.

FOWIiER, Frank Oliver. — Manager
Winnipeg Grain & Produce Clearing
House Association, 422 Grain Exchange.
Winnipeg. Born Huron County, Ont.,
Dec. 14, 1861, son of William O. and
Helen Fowler. Educated high school
Wingham. With Fowler & Anderson,
Wingham, 1875-1880; farmer Brandon,
1880; present business since 1901. Mem-
ber Manitoba Legislature for South
Brandon, 1897-1903. Secretary North-
west Grain Growers' As.'^ociation. Alder-
man Winnipeg, 1907-1910. Married Eliz-
abeth Nicol, 1887: has three sons and
two daughters. Clubs: Manitoba; St.
Charles Country; Brandon. Society: A.
F. & A. M. Recreations: golf, curling.
Liberal: Presbyterian. Address: Winni-
peg, Man.




FOWIiIIB, Samuel S., E. 1!^., A. B. —

Mining Engineer. Director Nelson Iron
Worlvs; director Sunset Mills.. Ltd. Born
New York, N. Y., Oct. 28, 1860, son of
Azro and Louisa Fowler. Educated Co-
lumbia University. Civil engineer. New
York. 1885-1886; assistant superinten-
dent Iron Hill Mining & Milling Co.,
1886-1888; superintendent International
Smelting Works, EI Paso, Texas, 1888-
1889. Came to British Columbia, 1889.
Superintendent Golden Mining & Smelt-
ing Co., Golden, B. C, 1890-1892; dep-
uty commissioner charge of British Co-
lumbia Mineral and Mining Exhibit at
Worlds Pair, Chicago, 1893; chief engi-
neer London & British Columbia Gold
Fields, Ltd., 1896, and subsidiary com-
panies to date; manager Bluebell and
other mines. Established in Nelson
since 1896. Married Frances Hedley,
daughter of William Hedley, Halifax,
N. S., 1902; has one son and one daugh-
ter. Clubs: Union, Victoria; Engineers
Club, New York. Societies; American
Electro Chemical; I. M. & M., London,
England; A. I. M. E., of America; Min.
& Met. Society; Canadian Min. Inst.,
Montreal (past president). Conservative.
Address: Nelson, B. C.

FOWIiIi:, J. S. — Of Romeril, Fowlie
& Co., Real Estate and Financial Agents,
Imperial Bank Bldg., Prince Albert.
Born Kinsale, Ont., Feb. 4, 1873, son of
William and Margaret Fowlie. Educated
public schools, Kinsale. Came to Mani-
toba, 1895. Foreman, Dominion Gov-
ernment Experimental Farm, Indian
Head, Sask., 1896-1903; local agent for
Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., Prince Albert,
19Q3-1906; general agent, 1907; estab-

lished present business, 1906. "Vice-
president, Conservative Association;
treasurer, Gateway City Encampment.
Married Florence Ellen Bird, 1901; has
four sons. Societies: A. F. & A. M.;
I. O. O. F. (Treasurer) ; K. P. Recrea-
tion: curling. Conservative; Presbyter-
ian. Address: Prince Albert, Sask.

FOX, Cecil Croker. — Of Maclure &
Fox, Arcitects, 744 Hastings St.. Van-
couver. Born Falmouth, England, Nov.
14, 1879, son of G. C. and Mary Fox.
Educated Malvern College, England.
Pupil of A. Waterhouse and C. F. A.
Voysey, London, England. Came to
British Columbia, 1898. Present part-
nership formed, 1905, ,with offices Vic-
toria and Vancouver. Clubs: Vancou-
ver; Western- Jericho Country; Cana-
dian. Recreations: yachting, golf. Con-
servative; Anglican. Address: 1540 Al-
berni St., Vancouver, B. C.

POX, C. L. — Of The Fox Bros. Cereal
Milling & Feed Co., Ltd., 975 Westmin-
ster Ave., Vancouver. Born Windsor,
Ont., May 16, 1877, son of Thomas and
Diana Fox. Educated Boissevain. Came
to British Columbia, 1900; established
present business, 1903. Married Alice
Maud Donovan, Seattle, Wash. Society:
C. O. F. Recreation: motoring. Ad-
dress: 978 Granville St., Vancouver, B.


FOX, Ernest Adams — Manager Can-
adian Bank of Commerce, North Battle-
ford; Director, North Battleford Mfg.
Co., Ltd.; Directotr, North Battleford
Exhibition Assn. Born Lucan, Ont.,
June 24, 1872, son of Leonard and Jane
Fox. Educated public and high schools.



Lucan. Joined Canadian Bank of Com-
merce, Parlihill, Ont., 1890; clerk, Lon-
don, Ont., 1893-1897; Montreal, 1897-
1898; teller, London, Ont., 1898-1900; ac-
countant, Seaforth, Ont., 1900-1905; man-
ager, Ponoka, Alta, 1905-1907; manager,
North Battleford, since 1907. President,
North Battleford Board of Trade, 1911.
Married Frances Evelyn Trebilcock, Lon-
don, Ont., 1899; has one son and one
daughter. Societies: A. F. & A. M.
(Scottish Rite); I. O. O. F. Recreations:
motoring, curling. Conservative; .Angli-
can. Address: Queen St. and 4th Ave.,
North Battleford, Sask.


FOX-DECENT, Tliomas. — Real Estate
and Financial Agent, Notary Public, Em-
press Bldg., Winnipeg; interested in
South African, Australian and Egyptian
mines; Mexican •rubber; Canadian and
American oil. Born Sydney, New South
Wales, Aug. 24, 1878, son of Joseph H.
and Maria Kimberley Decent. Educated
privately; Sydney high school. Clerk for
his father, importing business, Sydney,
1897-1898; subsequently private secre-
tary to H. B. Kenny, Opposition Whip,
Legislative Assembly, Perth, W. A.
Served with Queensland Mounted Infan-
try, South African War, 1900-1902; chief
clerk, Transvaal Civil Service, Compen-
sation Department, and Staff Office for
Receipts, Pretoria District, 1902-1904;
returned to London and engaged on stock
exchange. Came to W^innipeg and es-
tablished present business, 1906. Mar-
ried Florence Edith Norman, Epsom,
England; has two sons and one daugh-
ter. Club: Royal Colonial Institute, Lon-
don. Society: A. F. & A. M. Recrea-
tions: yachting, polo. Conservative.
Member Tariff Reform League and of
Anti-Socialist Union of Great Britain.
Address: 404 Bredalbane Block, Winni-
peg, Man.

FRAICE, Joseph Pulton, Xili. B. — Of

Frame, Secord & McMurchy, Barristers,
Whitmore Bldg., Regina. Born Maitland,
Hants County, N. S., Dec. 26, 1866, son
of Archibald Frame ex-M. P. P. and Em-
ma E. Frame. Educated Dalhousie Col-
lege, Halifax. Taught school near Mait-
land, 1885. Called to Nova Scotia Bar,
1890. Came to Regina, 1906; acted as
Deputy to Attorney General of Saskat-
chewan; member of firm McKenzie &
Brown, 1907; withdrew and formed pres-
ent partnership, 1910. Married Marga-
ret A. Thompson, Oxford, N. S., 1902; has
one daughter. Club: Canadian. Recre-
ation: shooting. Liberal; Anglican. Ad-
dress: 2159 Osier St., Regina, Sask. -


FKA]yiPT011°, Albert Tom, r. B. Cr. S.

— Timber and Financial Broker, Pember-
ton Bldg., Victoria. Born Dorset, Eng-
land, July 31, 1861, son of Commander
Thomas Wells Frampton and grandson
of Thomas Frampton, naval veteran who
served with distinction in the Napole-
onic wars, twice successfully running
blockade at Bordeaux, relieving British
fleet. Educated privately and King's
College, London. Clerk, Barclays (Ash-
by's) Banking Co., 1879; founded Sweet-
meat Automatic Delivery Co., London,
and other penny-in-slot machines. Fel-
low of Royal Geographical Society, Lon-
don, and Institute of Directors, London.
Came to British Columbia and estab-
lished present business, 1906. Married
Maud M. Chapman, youngest daughter
of John Chapman, M. I. M. E., Windsor,
England, 1886; has three sons and three
daughters. Conservative; Anglican. Ad-
dress: Victoria, B. C.



PSANKS, Charles Iieouard — Merchant,
Melville; member Melville Board of
Trade. Born Leicestershire, England,
May 11, 1878, son of James and Jennie
Arnold Franks. Came to Northwest
Territories, 1883. Educated: public
schools. Farmed, Melville district 1896-
1900; mercantile business. Pleasant
Forks, Sask., 1900-1908; established
present business, 1908. Mayor, Melville,
1912; Councillor, 1910-1911. Married
Charlotte Redgwick, daugliter of Wil-
liam Redgwick, Toronto, 1905; has one
daughter. Society: I. O. O. F. Recrea-
tions: curling, shooting. Liberal; Metli-
odist. Address: Melville, Sa,-;k.


PHASER, Albert — Timber Dealer and
Contractor, 336 Pender St., W., Van-
couver, B. C. ; member of firms, Fraser &
Macaulay, McMillan & Fraser, Pater-

son Contracting Co. Born Pugwash, N.
S., son of Ellen Ross and Daniel C.
Fraser. Spent sixteen years mining In
Colorado, Montana, British Columbia
and Alaska. Was three years foreman
North Star Mining Co., B. C, two years
superintendent Brown Alaska Mining
Co., Prince of Wales Island, Alaska. En-
tered the timber and contracting busi-
ness, 1905, logging under contract for
five years. Began present business, 1910,
operating in timber, logging camps and
real estate. Married Mary Hooper, 1901;
has two daugliters. Club: Canadian.
Society: A. F. & A. M. Recreations:
hunting, fishing. Conservative; Presby-
terian. Address: 1632 Nelson St., Van-
couver, B. C.

PRASEK, Allan Campbell. — Manager
Merchants Bank of Canada. Edmonton.
Born Stonewall, Man., May 29, 1878, son
of Angus and Catherine Matheson Fra-
ser, decendants of Selkirk Settlers, Kil-
donan, 1812. Educated public schools.
Clerk, Ray, Street & Co., private bank-
ers. Fort William, 1891; Merchants Bank
of Canada^ Winnipeg, 1894; accountant,
Merchants Bank, Edmonton, 1898; man-
ager of same since 1902. President Roy-
al Alexandra Hospital, Ed^nonton. Mar-
ried Mabel McLean, 1906; has one son
and one daughter. Club: Edmonton. So-
ciety: St. Andrew's. Recreations: curl-
ing, golf. Liberal; Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: 640 Thirteenth St., Edmonton,

PRASER, Artliur Matbesou. — Barris-
ter (retired); director Standard Trust
Co.; director Northwestern Investment
Co.; member local board. Life Associa-
tion of Scotland. Born Edinburgh, Scot-
land, March 3, 1852, son of Margaret
Jane and Arthur Fraser, British Consul
at Batavia, East Indies. Educated Trin-
ity College, Cambridge; Edinburgh Acad-
emy. Barrister-at-law, Lincoln's Inn,
London, 1876- Came to Winnipeg, 1898.
Married Mary Gordon, of Manar, Aber-
deenshire, 1877; has two sons and five
daughters. Club: Canadian. Liberal;
Presbyterian. Address: The Bon Accord,
Main and Logan Sts., Winnipeg. Man.

PRASER, Baniel Robert. — President D.
R. Fraser & Co., Ltd.. Manufacturers of
Xiumber and Dealers in Building Mater-
ials, 201 Namayo Ave., Edmonton. Pres-
ident Alberta Milling Co.. Ltd.; president
Edmonton Pressed Brick Co., Ltd.; di-
retor Edmonton Boom Co., Ltd. Born
Edinburgh, Scotland, Aug. 26, 1851, son
of Donald and Alexandrina Fraser. Edu-
cated public schools, Blyth, Ont., Car-
penter and joiner for Hugh Sutherland
on public works, Battleford, 1876-1879;
member of firm of Hardisty & Fraser,
flour and saw mills, Edmonton, 1881-
1889; in business as D. R. Fraser, 1889-




1898; in partnership with A. R. Macdon-
ald, 1898-1904; present firm incorpor-
ated, 1904; member of first Town Coun-
cil, Edmonton, 1892; Councillor contin-
ually until incorporated as city, 1905;
Alderman, 1905-1909. Married Jane Mc-
Cann, Vankleek Hill, Ont., 1891; has
four sons. Liberal; Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: 136 Cliff St., Edmonton, Alta.

FRASER, Frank William — President
and Managing Director, Kelowna Can-
ning Co., Ltd., Kelowna. Born Bruce
County, Ont., May 1, 1878, son of James
and Margaret Martin Eraser. Educated:
high schools, Manitoba. Clerk, Eraser
& Co., bankers, Pilot Mound, Man., 1890-
1895; fruit farming, Kelowna, 1895-
1900; travelling salesman, Kelowna Ship-
pers Union, 1900-1906; member of firm.
Stilling, Fleet & Fra.^er, real estate,
1906-1907; established present business,
1907. Married Harrier. Williams, Esqui-
malt, B. C, 1904: ha.s one son. Recrea-
tions: Lacrosse, polo, football. Con-
servative; Presbyterian. Address: Ke-
lowna, B. C

FBASER, Jesse — Real Estate, Finan-
cial and Insurance Broker, Lacombe;
Special Agent for C. P. R. lands; Direc-
tor, Union Investments, Ltd.; Secretary,
District and Local Conservative Assn.;
Member Lacombe Board of Trade. Born
Westville, N. S., March 29, 1878, son of
John and Annie Eraser. Educated: pub-
lic and high schools. Came to Alberta,
1888; held different posts with Alberta
Irrigation & Railway Co., being pay-
master and treasurer when leaving com-

pany, 1893-1905; manager, Adams Lum-
ber Co., Lethbridge, 1905-1906; farmed,
Lacombe, 1906-1911; established present
business, 1911. Auditor, Lacombe, 1908-
1909; Treasurer, 1910-1911; Councillor,
1912. Secretary-Treasurer, Lacombe

General Hospital. Married Wilhelmina
Maud McLeay, 1907; has two sons. So-
ciety: A. F. & A. M. Recreations: shoot-
ing, motoring, boating. Conservative;
Presbyterian. Address: Hamilton Ave.,
Lacombe, Alta.

FBASEB, John Anderson, M. Im. A. —

General Merchant. Born Shakespeare,
Ont., April 4, 1866, son of John and
Jessie Eraser. Educated public schools;
Stratford Collegiate Institute. Taught
school, Ontario, two years; British Co-
lumbia three years. Official adminis-
trator county court district of Cariboo,
1896-1909. Represents Cariboo, British
Columbia Legislature. Part owner North-
ern Interior Printing Co. Married Ur-
sula C. C. Smith, 1894; has one son ana
one daughter. Conservative; Presbyter-
ian. Address: Quesnel, B. C.


FSASEB, John Arthur William — Cat-
tle, Horses and Stock Ranching, XC
Ranch, near Calgary. Born Galloway,
Scotland, July 4, 1866, son of J. W. and
Isabella Eraser. Educated: Yorkshire,
England; Colonial College, Suffolk. Came
to Alberta, 1891: ranching since then.
Captain B Squadron, 15th Light Horse,
on reserve. Married Muriel Winter,
daughter of Judge Winter, Calgary,
1904; has two daughters. Conservative;
Anglican. Address: XC Ranch, Jump-
ing Pond, Alta.




PRASEB, Joseph Dix. — General Mana-
ger, Atikokan Iron Company, Ltd., own-
ers and operators of iron mines, manu-
facturers of coke, pig iron, etc., Port
Arthur. Born New Glasgow N. S., March
16, 1872, son of Graham and Charlotte
Dix Fraser. Educated public schools,
Nova Scotia; Technical and Metallurgi-
cal College, Philadelphia. Chemist, New
■Glasgow Iron, Coal & Ry. Co., Ferrona,
N. S., 1892; superintendent 1894; mana-
ger Nova Scotia Steel Co., Sydney mines,
1899; assistant managing director. Nova
Scotia Steel & Coal Co., 1901-1903; as-
sistant director of works. Dominion Iron
& Steel Co., 1904-1906; general manager
Atikokan Iron Co., since 1908. Married
Clara MacKay, daughter of Dr. D. G.
MacKay, Summerside, P. E. I., 1897; has
two sons and one daughter. Society: A.
F. & A. M. (Royal Arch) Knight Tem-
plar and Shriner. Recreations: hunting,
fishing. Presbyterian. Address: Port
Arthur, Ont.

FRASEB, Maxwell Donald. — Real Es-
tate and Financial Broker, 1229 Ninth
Ave., E., Calgary. President, Calgary
Woodworkers, Ltd.; Calgary Hardware
Stores Ltd.; Seabloom Fraser Contract-
ing Co., Ltd. Born London, Ont. Oct.
16, 1879, son of Dr. John M. and Sarah
B. Wilson Fraser. Educated Collegiate
Institute, London. Clerk, Merchants Bank
of Canada. London, 1897; London, Chat-
ham, Windsor and other branches; man-
ager, 1905; interested in lumber and
lands, Mexico, 1905-1909. Came to Alberta
1909; secretary treasurer, Canadian
Equipment & Supply Co., 1909-1910.
Served, Bankers Co., 7th Fusiliers. Lon-
don, Ont.; Captain 24th Regiment Cor-
onation Contingent to London, England,
1902; Captain in 24th Regiment, 1903-
1905; member Calgary Board of Trade;
member of executive, Calgary Conser-


vative Association. Clubs: Golf; Coun-
try; Tennis; Automobile. Recreations:
tennis, golf, outdoor sports. Conserva-
tive; Presbyterian. Address: 807 13th
Ave., W-, Calgary, Alta.


FBASEB Boderick Ii., M. D. — Physi-
cian and Surgeon. Burn Kincardine, Ont.,
Dec. 17, 1859, son of William and Dol-
lina McLeod Fraser. Educated Kincar-
dine, Collingwood, St. Catharines.
Taught school, Ontario. Came to Brit-
ish Columbia, 1884; deputy quarantine
officer; previously city medical health
officer. Married Elizabeth Thomson,
Saanich, B. C ; has one son and one
daughter. Club: Union. Society: A. F.
& A. M. Liberal; Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: 1005 Douglas St., Victoria, B. C.



FRENCH, Austin S. — Master Mariner,
Managing Director, A. S. French Auto
Co., Ltd., 1027 Pender St., W., Vancou-
ver; Director, Columbia Taxicab Co.;
Secretary-Treasurer, G. H. French Tug
Boat Co. Born Harriston, Ont., June 8,
1877, son of George Henry and Cynthia
Hilda French. Educated public and high
schools, Ontario and New Westminster.
Came to British Columbia, 1890. Mas-
ter Mariner, G. H. French Tug Boat Co.,
1903-1908; established present business,
1909. Married Mildred Catherine Scott,
1897; has two sons and one daughter.
Clubs: Vancouver; Commercial. Address:
1774 Nelson St., Vancouver, B. C.

FRENCH, Geoi^e Henry — Master Mar-
iner; Director A. S. French Auto Co.,
1027 Pender St., Vancouver. Born Lo-
gan, Ont., Dec. 4, 1852, son of Charles
Edward and Elizabeth Ward French.
Master Mariner, G. H. French Tug Boat
Co., 1891-1908; began present business,
1909. Married Cynthia Hilda Brown,
1875; has one son. Societies: I. O. O. F. ;
C. O. F. Recreation: motoring. Ad-
dress: 2001 Beach Ave., Vancouver, B. C.

FRITH, Tames Ebenezer — Of Frith-
onia Stock Farm, Moosomin; secretary-
treasurer Creamery Association; vice-
president Moosomin Agricultural So-
ciety; Director Poultry Association;
Vice President Direct Legislation
League; Director Telephone Company;
Director Grain Growers' Association.
Born Winchester, Ont., March 18, 1846,
son of James and Margaret Metcalfe
Frith. Educated: Woodstock College,
Woodstock, Ont. Lumber scaler, Wis-
consin, fall of 1866; taught school, On-
tario, fifteen years; secretary-treasurer
Oxford Bee Keepers' Association, twenty
years; served on Legislation commit-
tees, Toronto and Ottawa, many times.
Contributes to agricultural papers. Mar-
ried Margery Sophia Henderson, Prince-
ton, Ont; has one son. Baptist. Ad-
dress: Moosomin, Sask.

FRITH, RoTbert Neville — Insurance
and Financial Agent, 637 1st St., Ed-
monton. Born St. John, N. B., Dec. 9,
1870, son of Henry W. and Jane L.
Frith. Educated public and high
schools, St. John. Insurance agent, St.
John, 1894-1902; inspector, Anglo-Amer-
ican Insurance Co., Toronto, and in in-
surance brokerage business there, 1902-
1909; established present business, Ed-
monton, 1909. First vice-president. Con-
servative Association, Edmonton. Mar-
ried Maude Sutherland, daughter of .1.
N. Sutherland, Toronto, 1900; has one
daughter. Club: Northern. Recreation:
bowling. Conservative; Anglican. Ad-
dress: 641 7th St., Edmonton, Alta.

FRIFP, Georgre M. — President Bound-
ary Trust and Investment Co., Ltd.,
Grand Forks. Born Fredericton Junc-
tion, N. B., Aug. 31, 1874, son of John
and Emily Fripp. Educated public and
high schools, Woodstock, N. B. Clerk,
Royal Bank of Canada Grand Porks and
Coleman, Alta., 1889-1902; manager,
British America Trust Co., 1902-1908;
with present company since 1908. May-
or, Grand Forks, 1908-1909. Married
Clara M. Wood, 1904, (deceased); has
one daughter. Recreations: tennis, shoot-
ing. Conservative; Methodist. Address:
Grand Forks, B. C.

FRIFF, Robert Mackay, F. R. I. B. A.,

F. S. A. — Architect, Pender St., Vancou-
ver. Born Clifton, England, Dec. 16,
1858, son of George Arthur Fripp, R. W.
S. (some time Court Painter to the
Prince Consort and late Queen Victoria),
and Mary Fripp. Educated Belsize Ma-
nor; Lansing College, England. Archi-
tect, Auckland, N. Z., 1884. Came to
British Columbia, 1888. Lecturer on Art
and Archaeology; author of essays on
Arts and Crafts, Maori Art, etc.; Fel- '
low of Royal Institute of British Ar-
chitects, 1901; certificated architect.
State of California, 1906; Fellow Royal
Society of Arts, 1910. Travelled South
Africa, 1878-1879; Eastern India, 1879-
1880; Europe, 1880-1881; Australia, Tas-
mania. New Zealand, 1881-1888; New
Zealand re-visited, 1896-1898; returned to
British Columbia, 1898; England and
California. 1901-1908; returned to Van-
couver, 1908. Married Christina Nichol,
Auckland, N. Z. ; has two sons and two
daughters. Address: 2061 Beach Ave.,
Vancouver, B. C.

FROST, Anson Carr, Iff. D. — Physician
and Surgeon, High and Third Ave., Lady-
smith. Born Granby, Que., Feb. 9, 1878.
son of Henry Gardner and Louisa Jane
Frost. Educated Montreal Collegiate In-
stitute. Drug clerk Montreal, 1895; stu-
dent McGill College, 1899; graduated as
physician and surgeon, 1903. Came to
Ladysmith as assistant to H. J. Wasson,
M. D. ; took over Dr. Wasson's practice,
1906. Physician and surgeon to the
Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir, Ltd.),
and Tyee Copper Co. of Ladysmith. City
Medical Health Officer of Ladysmith.
Married Lila Maud Coburn, Nanaimo,
1907; has two sons. Societies: A. F. &
A. M-; I. O. O. P.; A. O. P.; Eagles. Rec-
reations: football, lacrosse, baseball. Ad-
dress: Ladysmith, B. C.

FRY, Alfred G. — Manager, Bank of
British North America, Winnipeg. Born

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