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Quebec, March 9, 1868, son of Henry Fry.
Educated Bishop's Collegiate School,
Lennoxville. Entered Bank of British
North America, 1885; appointed manager,
Winnipeg branch. 1909. Address: 121
Betourney St., Winnipeg, Man.



FS'S', James Bird. — Manager and Su-
perintendent, Pacific Lime Co., Ltd., Van
Anda, Toxada Island. Born Lansing,
Iowa, Sept. 26, 1865, son of John N. and
Sarah Fry. Educated public schools,
Lansing. Contractor and builder of lime
kilns, San Juan County, Cal., 1884. Came
to British Columbia, 1900. Married Em-
ma Smith, Hillsboro, Ore.; has four sons
and one daughter. Societies: I. O. O. P.;
A. O. U. W. Recreation: yachting. An-
glican. Address: Blubber Bay, Texada
Island, B. C.

FTTIiI^ER, Aubrey T., M. D., C. M.,

B. A. — Physician. Born Truro, N. S., Feb.
4, 1875, son of George and Rachael Ful-
ler. Educated high school, Truro; Mount
Allison University. Practiced Canso, N.
S., 1901. Came to British Columbia,
1903. Served with Prince of Wales Fusi-
liers, Montreal. Married Louise Dun-
ham, 1906; has one son and one daugh-
ter. Recreations: shooting, fishing and
mountain climbing. Liberal. Address:
1055 Broadway, W., "Vancouver, B. C.

FUIiIiBBTOlT, Charles Percy, Iili. B. —

Of Aikins, Fullerton & Foley, Bar-
risters, 221 McDermot Ave., Winni-
peg. Born Amherst, N. S., July 18, 1870,
son of William M. and Lucy Fullerton.
Educated Dalhousie University. Prac-
ticed Halifax. 1895; Sydney, C. B., 1900-
1906; Mayor Sydney, 1903. Came to Win-
nipeg, 1906, and joined present firm.
Married Elizabeth Sadie Ferguson, Syd-
ney, C. B.; 1903; has three daughters.
Club: Carleton. Recreations: tennis and
yachting. Conservative; Anglican. Ad-
dress: 96 Maryland St., Winnipeg, Man.

PUIiTOM", D. C. — Contractor, Room 23
Canada Life, Vancouver, 324 Pemberton
Block, Victoria. Born Glasgow, Scotland,
June 1, 1884, son of David and Mary
G. Fulton. Educated Hamilton Acad-
emy, Hamilton. Came to British Colum-
bia and commenced business career as
contractor, Vancouver, 1906. Recrea-
tion: yachting. Address: 1048 Barclay
St., Vancouver, B. C.

FUI^TON, P. J., B. A., K. C. —

Barrister. Born Bedlington, England,
Dec. 8, 1862, son of Alexander and Bar-
bara Pulton. Educated Cambridge. So-
licitor, England, 1887. Came to British
Columbia, 1889. Elected to British Co-
lumbia Legislature. 1900, 1903, 1907; At-
torney General and Chief Commissioner
of Lands; President of the Council;
Provincial Secretary, in administrations.

1903-1909, when resigned. Engaged pri-
vate practice; Official Administrator;
judge of court of revisions, 1890-1900.
President Western Canada Irrigation As-
sociation. Married Winnifred M. Davie,
Victoria. Recreations: hunting and shoot-
ing. Conservative. Address: Kamloops,
B. C.

FUTCHBB, Prederick Addphus. — Di-
rector and Local Manager R. V. Winch &
Co., Ltd., Temple Bldg., Victoria. Born
Salisbury, England, April 28, 1878 son
of Thomas Stephen and Emily Flora
Futcher. Educated Kentish Town School,
London. Came to British Columbia, 1899.
With R. V. Winch & Co., Ltd., since
1894. Notary public;' Vice Consul for
Norway. Married Eveline Irene Nichol-
son, Victoria, 1903; has two sons. Club:
Pacific. Recreations: canoeing, fishing,
shooting. Conservative; Anglican. Ad-
dress: 508 Dallas Road, Victoria, B. C.

TTXm'ES, Rev. William Adolphus, B. A.

— Field Secretary and General Superin-
tendent of Sunday Schools, Diocese of
Rupert's Land. Born Iron Hill, Brome
County. Que., Dec. 30, 1864, son of Mary
Myers and Rev. Thomas William Fyles,
D. C. L., P. L. S.. S. P. C. K. of Hull,
Que. Educated high school, Sweetsburg;
Diocesan Theological College; McGill
University (gold medalist classics, 1886).
Ordained by Archbishop Bond, Montreal,
1889; charge, Chelsea, 1889-1891; Quyon,
1891-1898; Cote St. Pauls and Verdeur,
1898-1901; rector, Huntingdon, 1901-1904;
came to Manitoba, 1904; rector. Bins-
earth, 1904-1907; appointed to present
charge, 1907. Married Lily Manning,
(deceased, 1897). daughter of late Wm.
Manning, Barbados, W. I. 1889; has two
sons and two daughters. Married Susan
Josephine Gllmore Montreal, 1900; has
one son and two daughters. Society: I.
O. P. Conservative; Anglican. Address:
624 Crescent Ave., Portage la Prairie,

T^TSTES-CXXXrrOTSt, Henry Glynne, B.
A. Oxon. — Rector of St. James Church,
Vancouver, since 1885. Born Notting-
hamshire, England, Sept. 4, 1854, son of
Rev. Henry and Sarah Catherine Fynes-
Clinton. Educated Kebel College, Oxford,
ordained deacon 1878, priest 1880, prin-
cipal Mission House, Warminster, Salis-
bury, 1878-1881, assistant curate St.
Mary Magdalen, Bradford, 1881-1885.
Came to Canada as rector St. James'
Church, Vancouver, 1885. Society: A.
F. & A. M. Recreation: cricket. Ad-
dress: 309 Cordova St., Vancouver, B. C.




pySHZ:, Thomas Maxwell, B. Sc. — Of

Walker-Fyshe Co., Ltd., Engineers and
General Contractors, Montreal, 7 Crown
Bldg., Calgary; manager, Ambrusen Hy-
draulic Construction Co. of Canada;
president, Fyshe Martin & Co., Ltd.;
Northwest Drilling Co.; Northwest Gas
Appliance Co., Ltd.; vice-president. Riv-
erside Lumber Co., Ltd.; director. Rec-
ord Foundry & Machine Co., Ltd. Born
Halifax, Sept. 7, 1883, son of Thomas
Fyshe. Educated Germany and Canada;
McGill University. Engaged bridge

building with Waddell & Hedrick, Kan-
sas City, Mo.; with R. S. Lea, Montreal;
construction work after earthquake.
West Indies, 1907-1909. Calgary, since
1909. Served as Captain, 5th Royal
Highlanders. Married Olive Bayne, 1910.
Club: Ranchmen's; Golf; Country; Mount
Royal Golf, Montreal; Beaconsfield Golf,
Montreal. Societies: American Society
of Civil Engineers; Canadian Society of
Civil Engineers; Institute of Civil En-
gineers. Address: 605 14th Ave., W.,
Calgary, Alta.




PYSH, Oswald Bayues. — Auctioneer.
Real Estate Agent and Farmer. Born
London, Ont., June 6. 1S57, son of Henry
and Eliza Anne Fysh. Educated Old
Union public schools, London. Druggist,
London, 1874; clerk grain warehouse,
California, 1875. Came to Moose Jaw,
and engaged implement business, 1883;
established present business, 1889. Owns
640 acres one mile from city. Alder-
man, Moose Jaw, 1885-1892; city clerk,
1892-1896; member public school board.
1898-1904; Alderman, 1911-1912. Unsuc-
cessful candidate for Moose Jaw to Sas-
katchewan Legislature. 1905. Delegate
of Moose Jaw Grain Growers' Association,
Ottawa, 1903. when instrumental get-
ting through parliament certain amend-
ments to Manitoba Grain Act. Immi-
gration Delegate of Dominion Govern-
ment at various places Great Britain,
1903. Married Grace Theresa Cowan.
Moose Jaw. 1S87; has eight sons and
three daughters. Society: I. O. O. F.
Recreation: baseball. Liberal; Presby-
terian. Address: 66 Athabaska St., E.,
Moose Jaw, Sask.

OAGZ:, John Charles. — Vice-president
International Elevator Co., Ltd.; vice-
president and manager Consolidated Ele-
vator Co., Ltd., 404 Grain Exchange,
Winnipeg. Born Minneapolis, Minn., Feb.
25, 1876, son of James Edward and Eliz-
abeth Gage. Educated public schools.
Grain business, Minneapolis, 1894. Came
to Winnipeg, 1903. Married Mary Louise
Russell, Jamestown, N. D., 1902; has two
sons and one daughter. Club: Manitoba.
Address: 83 Kingsway, Winnipeg, Man.


CrAGNON, Isaie — Lumber Manufactur-
er. Born Levis County, Que., April 8,
1863, son of Isaie and Esther Dorocher
Gagnon. Educated: Parish school, Lewis
County. Farm foreman, Guichon Ranch,
Port Guichon, B. C, 1885-1891; came to
Edmonton and worked for Bill Cash, St.
Albert, 1891; wholesale liquor business,
St. Albert, 1892; interested in butcher
store, 1893-1900; came to Athabasca
Landing, 1900; started sawmill business,
1902; built Grand Union Hotel, 1904,
operating it until 1911, when sold busi-
ness. One of first school trustees, Atha-
basca Landing; Councilor, Athabasca,
1907-1912, and largest property owner
in the district. Married Clara Noel,
daughter of Nestor Noel, Belgium, 1898;
has two sons and one daughter. Lib-
eral; Roman Catholic. Address: Atha-
basca, Alta.

6AHAN, William Henry Townsend. —

Barrister and Solicitor. Born Toronto,
Aug. 18, 1879, son of Dr. Beresford
Townsend and Fanny Gray Gahan.
Came to British Columbia as a boy. Ed-
ucated private schools, Vancouver, and
Toronto. Called to British Columbia Bar,
1903, and for some time previous to
coming to Penticton, practiced Vancou-
ver. Solicitor for Municipality of Pen-




ticton. Married Gwendolyn Mary Clegg,
Priory Park, Ulverston, England, 1909;
has one son. Society: A. F. & A. M.
Recreations: boating, hunting. Conserv-
ative; Anglican. Address: Penticton,
B. C.

GAIiBRAITH, Francis Wrig-ht — Pub-
lisher Red Deer Advocate, Limited. Born
Guelph, Ont, Oct. 24, 1862, son of Fran-
cis William and Jane Elizabeth Wright
Galbraith. Came to Alberta, 1906. Mem-
ber of Town Council; of Council Red
Deer Board of Trade; director, Red' Deer
Memorial Hospital. Married Jessie
Holmes Robson, B. A., daughter of late
Rev. George Robson; has three sons and
one daughter. Address: Red Deer, Alta.

GAI^BBAITH, Walter Stuart, M. D.,
C M. — Physician. Born Guelph, Ont.,
Aug. 1, 1866, son of Francis William
and Jane Elizabeth Galbraith. Edu-
cated public schools and Collegiate Insti-
tute, Guelph; McGill University. Came
to Alberta, 1891; practiced Lethbridge,
since 1899; member of firm, Mewburn
& Galbraith, 1902; practicing alone since
1907. Senator, University of Alberta;
Governor, Alberta College; president, Y.
M. C. A. Mayor, Lethbridge, 1907:
member Lethbridge school board since


1903; chairman, 1912. Married Matilda
S. Gallinger, 1902; has one son and two
daughters. Club: Chinook. Societies: A.
F. & A. M.; C. O. F. Liberal; Methodist.
Address: 914 Third Ave., S., Lethbridge,

CrAI^i:, Gervase Edward. — Rector of
St. John the Evangelist Church, Calgary.
Born St. Austell, Cornwall, England,
Feb. 12, 1875, son of William and Han-
nah Jenkins Gale. Educated St. Charles
School; St. John's College; Manitoba
University. Came to Canada, 1894;
teacher. Diocese of Saskatchewan, 1894;
divinity student, Diocese of Rupert's
Land, 1897; ordained Deacon for Diocese
of Calgary, 1901; appointed to present
living, 1910. Married Hattie May Van
Buskirk, Lunenburg, N. S., 1901; has
six sons. Society: A. O. U. W. Recrea-
tion: Scoutmaster of Troop A, Calgary
Boy Scouts. Independent; Anglican. Ad-
dress: St. John's Rectory, 813 Tewlfth
St., E., Calgary, Alta.

GAINER, Homer N. — President British
American Trust Co., 198 Hastings St.,
Vancouver; vice-president International
Coal & Coke Co., Coleman; vice-presi-
dent Royal Collieries Co., Ltd., Leth-
bridge. Born Dunham, Que., Sept.
17, 1886, son of J. N. Galer. Educated
Dunham and Boston. Banker Cowans-
ville. Que. In business some time, Cole-
man, Alta., where was Mayor. Came to
British Columbia, 1899. Clubs: Ter-
minal City; Spokane; Chinook. So-
ciety: A. F. & A. M. Recreations: horses,
motoring. Address: Hotel Vancouver,
Vancouver, B. C.


GAImIm, John Stewart — Of Richards,
Akroyd & Gall, Financial Brokers, 325
Homer St., Vancouver. Born Edinburgh,
Jan. S, 1876, son of John Duncan and
Margaret Jane Gall. Educated: Wat-
son's College; Edinburgh University.
Articled to Simpson & Lawson, Writers
to the Signet, Edinburgh, 1893; came to
British Columbia, 1898. Married Maude
Donaldson Sawyer Smith, Vancouver.
Clubs: Terminal City; Commercial;
Royal Vancouver Yacht; Vancouver
Athletic. Recreation: yachting. Ad-
dress: 958 Denman St., Vancouver, B. C.

GAI^IiAGHER, vrilliam H. — Real Es-
tate and Financial Agent, 448 Pender St.,
Vancouver. Secretary treasurer British
Columbia Pressed Brick Co., Ltd.; di-
rector Vancouver Clear Cedar Lumber
Co., Ltd. Born Adjalo Township, Sim-
coe County, Ont., Sept. 9, 1864, son of
Robert I. and Lucinda Sommerville Gal-
lagher. Educated Toronto. Came _ to
British Columbia 1886. Alderman, Van-
couver, 1897. Married Esther Chapman,
Milton, Ont., 1899. Club: Vancouver Ath-
letic (director). Society: I. O. O. P-
Recreation: horses. Conservative; Pres-
byterian. Address: 1935 Comox St., Van-
couver, B. C.


GAI^I.IHI:B, Hon. William Alfred. —

Judge of Court of Appeal for British
Columbia. Born Bruce County, Ont.,
July 26, 1860, son of Francis and Sarah
Kirkpatrick Galliher. Educated public
and high schools, Walkerton, and Col-
legiate Institute, Collingwood. Called to
bars or Manitoba, North West Terri-
tories and British Columbia, 1887.
Served with the Nile contingent under
Lord Wolseley, 1885; medal and Khe-
dive's star. Member House of Commons

for Kootenay, 1900, 1908; appointed one
of first .judges of the British Columbia
Court of Appeals, Nov. 30, 1909. Mar-
ried Louisa Margaret Brown, Toronto,
1907. Clubs: Vancouver; Terminal City.
Liberal; Anglican. Address: Victoria,

B. C.

GAIiIiHTGEB, Claude. — Of Crafts, Lee
& Gallinger, Real Estate Brokers, 236
Jasper Ave., E., Edmonton. Director To-
field Coal Co., Ltd. Born McDonald's
Corners, Ont., Oct. 5, 1881, son of Jacob
and Margaret Gallinger. Educated pub-
lic schools. Came to Alberta 1899; book-
keeper, Ross Bros., 1899; present busi-
ness since 1905. Married Alice H. Crafts,
Edmonton, 1908; has one son. Presby-
terian. Address: 460 Fourth St., Edmon-
ton, Alta.

OAI^IiO'WAY, Herbert F. H., M. D.,

C. M. — Surgeon (specialist in orthopedic
surgery). Born Hawkesville, Ont., July
20, 1866, son of William and Mary Gal-
loway. Educated Toronto. Practiced,
Toronto, 1887. Came to Winnipeg, 1905.
Orthopedic surgeon, Winnipeg General
Hospital; lecturer orthopedic surgery,
Manitoba Medical College. Member
American Orthopedic Association; Win-
nipeg Medico-Chirurgical Society. Mar-
ried Charlotte Elsie Sanderson, Toronto,
1889; has two daughters. Independent;
Methodist. Address: 661 Broadway, Win-
nipeg, Man.

B. A.
GAIjT, Hon. Alexander Casimir, B. A.

— Created a judge of the Court of King's
Bench, Manitoba, Oct. 24, 1912. Born
Toronto, March 15, 1853, son of Sir
Thomas and Lady Gait. Educated Dr.
Tassies' School, Gait; Hellmuth College;
Toronto University; Osgoode Hall. Called



to Ontario Bar, 1876; practiced Toronto,
1876-1896; at Rossland, B. C, 1897-1906;
came to Winnipeg and called to Mani-
toba Bar, 1906; practiced as member of
firm of Tupper, Gait, Tupper, Minty &
McTavish; created K. C, 1909. Married
Ella Grace Vivian, Toronto, 1885; has
three sons and one daughter. Club:
Manitoba. Conservative; Anglican. Ad-
dress: 219 Yale Ave., Winnipeg, Man.

GA^T, Georg'e rrederick.^President
Blue Ribbon Co., Ltd.; president North-
ern Trusts Co.; vice-president Great
West Life Assurance Co.; director Can-
adian Bank of Commerce. Born Toronto,
March 1, 1855, son of Chief Justice and
Frances Louise Gait. Educated Gait
Collegiate Institute. Importer of teas,
etc., Winnipeg since 1882. Vice-pres-
ident Winnipeg General Hospital; pres-
ident Winnipeg Rowing Club. Ac-
tively interested charitable institutions.
Famous oarsrnan and athlete. Married
Margaret Smith, 1883; has four daugh-
ters. Clubs: Manitoba; Commercial. Ad-
dress: Wellington Crescent, Winnipeg,

GAI.T, Jolin. — Of G. F. & J. Gait; and
of Blue Ribbon Co., Ltd., McDermott and
Charlotte Sts. ; President Union Bank of
Canada; Director Canadian Fire Insur-
ance Co.; advisory board, Royal Trust Co.
Born Montreal, March 6, 1856, son of
Sir Alexander T. and Lady Gait. Edu-
cated high school, Montreal; Lennox-
ville. Barron's school. Rice Lake and
Gotha, Germany. Private secertary to
his father, 1876; clerk of Bank of Mont-
real, 1877-1882. Came to Winnipeg, and
established present business, 1882. Mar-
ried Isabel Atkinson, Chicago, 1885, (de-
ceased); married Mabel Patton Hender-
son, 1890; has one son and three daugh-
ters. Clubs: Manitoba; Mount Royal.
Conservative; Anglican. Address: Ros-
lyn Rad, Winnipeg, Man.

GAMBI^E, Francis Clarke, C. £., T/L. I.
C. E. — Engineer of Department of Public
Works, Parliament buildings, Victoria.
Born, Toronto, Oct. 23, 1848, son of
Charles Gamble, Q. C, and Harriet Eliza
Gamble. Educated Upper Canada Col-
lege; private tutors; Rennselaer Poly-
technic Institute, Troy, N. Y., (short
course), 1872-1873. Chainman Intercol-
onial Ry., 1869-1870; rodman G. W. R.,
1871; assistant engineer, G. W. R., 1871-
1872; resident engineer for contractor,
P. E. I. Ry., 1873-1875; assistant engi-
neer Intercolonial Ry., 1876-1877; assist-
ant engineer Q. M. & O. R., 1877-1878;
private practice, 1879; first assistant en-

gineer. Contract No. 42, C. P. R., 1879-
1880; first assistant engineer, C. P. R.,
British Columbia, 1880; assistant engi-
neer Departm.ent of Public Works, Can-
ada, British Columbia, 1881-1887; Gov-
ernment agent and resident engineer of
Department of Public Works, Canada,
British Columbia, 1887-1897; private
practice, 1897; Public Works engineer,
British Columbia, since 1897. Married
Sarah Eleanor Clark; has one son. Club:
Union. Recreation: golf. Address: 820
Pemberton Road, Victoria, B. C.

GA^/LBItH, Georgre S. — Chartered Pub-
lic Accountant, Dominion Trust Co.,
Regina. Born Newark, Nottingham,
England, Aug. 26, 1878, son of George
Harrison and Hannah Eliza Gamble.
Came to Canada as a boy, 1885. Edu-
cated: High Schools, Indian Head and
Regina. Law clerk, Scott & Hamilton,
1891; clerk. Attorney General's Depart-
ment, Northwest Territories Government
1891-1892; Salvation Army officer, doing
financial work for four years; Auditor's
Department, Northwest Territories Gov-
ment, 1905; Assistant Auditor, Alberta
Provincial Government, three years;
practiced as public accountant Regina
for some time previous to taking pres-
ent position, 1912. City Auditor, Re-
gina, 1908-1911. Married Mary J. R.
Mclnnis, 1903; has two sons. Society:
I. O. O. F. Recreations: curling, horti-
culture. Independent; Methodist. Ad-
dress: Regina, Sask.

GABBUTT, Oliver B. — Barrister. Born
Brampton, Ont., Feb. 1, 1878, son of D.
H. and Charlotte Garbutt. Educated Os-
goode Hall. Called to Ontario Bar, and
practiced Brampton, 1900. Came to Man-
itoba, 1903. Married Katherine Robert-
son, Brampton, 1906; has one son and
one daughter. Society: A. F. & A. M.
Liberal; Presbyterian. Address: Crystal
City, Man.

GABBBN, James Ford, C- B., B. B. S.,

M. B. A. — Of Garden & Taylor, Survey-
ors, 423 Hamilton St.. Vancouver. Born
Woodstock, Ont., Feb. 19, 1847, son of
H. W. G. and E. Jane Garden. Educated
Charlotte County grammar school, N.
B.; member Canadian Society, C. E., 1894.
Mayor of Vancouver, 1898-1900; member
of British Columbia Legislature, for
Vancouver, 1900-1909. Served as Lieu-
tenant Intelligence Corps, North West
Rebellion, 1885; wounded at Batouche
(medal). Club: Vancouver. Conserva-
tive; Anglican. Address: Vancouver,
B. C.




GARDimcZt, Prank G. — Of Gardiner &
Mercer, Architects and Steel and Con-
crete Engineers, Westminster Trust
Bldg., New Westminster. Born Bristol,
England, Sept. 29, 1878, son of Fredericl?
W. Gardiner, arcliitect-surveyor, Bath.
Educated higli school, Bath, England.
Practiced his profession for some time,
Bath, England; private practice Soutli
Africa, Transvaal Government, 1903-
1907. Came to British Columbia, and
established present practice. 1908. Club:
New Westminster. Society: A. P. & A.
M. Recreations: tennis, motoring. Con-
servative; Anglican. Address: 418 Roy-
al Ave., New Westminster, B. C.


6ABDINES, WUliam Prederick. — Ar-
chitect, 347 Pender St., Vancouver. Born
Bath, England, May 24, 1884, son of
Frederick William and Emma Gardiner.
Educated Kingsholme College; took three
years' course in architecture. Practiced
in his father's office 1902. Came to Brit-

ish Columbia, 1907, and practiced Van-
couver since. Member B. C. Architects'
Association; member Royal Colonial In-
stitute of London, England. Clubs: New
Westminster; Western; Country; Junior
Constitutional (London); Union (Vic-
toria). Conservative; Anglican. Address:
Balmoral Court, Pendrell and Thurlow
Sts., Vancouver, B. C.

GARDiniB, WiUiam Arthur, B. A., M.
D., C. M. — Physician and Surgeon, 470
Main St., Winnipeg. Born Huntingdon.
Que., Jan. 31, 1877, son of Isaac and
Margaret Gardner. Educated McGlll
University. Came to Winnipeg, 1904;
surgeon Children's Hospital, Winnipeg
Free Dispensary. Lieutenant C. A. M.
C. ; treasurer Manitoba College Physician
and Surgeons. Married Beatrice Cooper,
Montreal, 1908. Societies: Military In-
stitute; all medical societies. Recrea-
tions: tennis, golf. Liberal; Methodist.
Address: 265 Langside St., Winnipeg,


GABIEPV, Josepu H. — -Retired Mer-
chant, Gariepy Block, Edmonton. Presi-
dent Fort McKay Oil & Asphalt Co.;
president Jasper Mining Co., Ltd.; presi-
dent L'Ouest Canadien; director Pressed
Brick Co., Ltd.; president Arrow Lake
Land Co.; director Northern Alberta Ex-
ploration Co.; director Alberta Invest-
ments, Ltd.; director Edmonton Portland
Cement Co., Ltd.; director Hardstone
Brick Co., Ltd.; director Suburban Radial
Tramway Co., Ltd. Born St. Lin, Que.,
Dec. 13, 1852, son of Josepli and Vitaline
Archambault Gariepy. Educated parish
schools, St. Lin; settlement school. New
Glasgow. Clerk grocery store, Montreal,
1869; manager, 1881-1893; purchased



business and conducted same, 1893-1900;
came to. Edmonton, 1893; member of firm
Gariepy & Chenier, general merchants,
1894-1900, as Gariepy & Brosseau, 1900-
1902; Gariepy & Lessard, 1902-1910, with
branch at Morinville, Alta, under name
Morinville Store Co., Ltd. Councillor,
Edmonton, 1897; president Board of
Trade ten years; member school board
several years. Married Etudienne Bois-
soneault, Montreal, 1874; has four sons
and three daughters. Club: Edmonton.
Societies: K. of C; I. O. F.; C.
M. B. A. ; Nationale Alliance Canadien.
Liberal; Roman Catholic. Address: 493
Fourth St., Edmonton, Alta.

aABIEF'Sr, Wilfred, B. A., B. C. L. —

Of Gariepy, Giroux & Dunlop, Barristers,
155 Jasper Ave., B., Edmonton; Proprie-
tor of Le Progres. Born Montreal, March
14, 1877, son of Joseph H. and Etudienne
Boissonneault Gariepy. Educated St.
Laurent College; Laval University; Mc-
Gill University. Came to Alberta, 1893;
practiced under firm name, Taylor, Boyle
& Gariepy, Edmonton, 1903-1906; as
Gariepy & Laudry, 1907-1911; present
partnership formed, 1912. Unsuccessful
candidate Alberta Legislature, for St.
Albert, 1909. Alderman, Edmonton,
1907-1910; director Edmonton Children's
Aid Society; school trustee since 1904;
president Edmonton Liberal Club. Mar-
ried Albertina Lessard, Cranbourne, Que.,
1903; has three sons and one daughter.
Clubs: Edmonton; Northern. Societies:
St. Jean Baptiste; K. of C; Y. M. C. A.
Liberal; Roman Catholic. Address: 537
Hardisty Ave., Edmonton, Alta.


GABI^AITI), John James. — Of William
Garland & Co., Clothing and Men's Fur-
nishings, Saskatchewan Ave., Portage la
Prairie; director Radiators Ltd. Born
Bells Corners, Ont., Sept. 5, 1873, son of
Absalom and Isabell Garland. Educated
Collegiate Institute, Ottawa- Came to
Manitoba, employed as clerk with Wil-
liam Garland Co., Portage la Prairie,

1892; appointed manager, 1897; taken
into partnership, 1899; after death of
late Wm. Garland, took over the entire
business. Alderman, 1901-1910; Mayor
by acclammation, 1911. Married Kath-
leen Fox; has one son and three daugh-
ters. Societies: A. F. & A. M.; I. O. O.
F. Recreation: horses. Conservative;
Anglican. Address: Dufferin Ave., Port-
age la Prairie, Man.

GABi^ANS, Captain Neelin — Managing
Director Nimkisch Lake Logging Co.,
Imperial Block, Vancouver; also inter-
ested, British Columbia farm lands.
Born Ottawa, Aug. 1, 1860, son of Ed-
ward and Mary Anne Neelin Garland.
Educated public schools; Belleville Col-
lege, Belleville. Came to British Colum-
bia, 1894. Superintendent, British Amer-
ica Corporation, White Horse, Y. T.,

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