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until 1900. Served with Prince Louise


Dragoon Guards, Ottawa; took rank of
Captain C school, Toronto. Married
Mary Agnes Lyons, daughter of John
Lyons, "Vancouver. Clubs: Vancouver,
Westminster (New Westminster); Can-
adian Military Institute, Toronto. So-
ciety: A. F. & A. M. Recreations: shoot-
ing, fishing. Conservative; Anglican.
Address: 1643 Nelson, St., Vancouver,
B. C.

GABBBTT, Alexander Edward. — Of

Livingston, Garrett, King & O'Dell, Bar-
risters, 602 Hastings St., Vancouver.
Born Hamilton, Sept. 16, 1870, son of
John and Jessie Bell Garrett. Educated
Upper Canada College; Osgoode Hall.
Member of firm, Livingston & Garrett;
established 1894. Came to British Co-
lumbia, 1898, and established present
firm Club: Terminal City. Recreations:
boating, sailing. Address: 1419 Pendrill
St., Vancouver, B. C.



GABBETT, Herbert NeviUe — Of The

Capitol Investment Co., Real Estate and
Financial Brokers, 208 20th St., E., Sas-
katoon. Born Reading, Berkshire, Eng-
land, May 10, 1877, son of Neville and
Emma Elizabeth Garrett. Educated pri-
vate schools, England. Accountant, Isle
of Wight, England, 1901-1911. Came to
Saskatoon, 1911; present company form-
ed, 1911. Member, Saskatoon Real Es-
tate Exchange, Ltd. Married Lillian
Pickworth, Brighton, England. Recrea-
tions: music, outdoor sports. Conserva-
tive; Anglican. Address: Saskatoon,

OABBETT, Julian, A. B. — Of Garrett
& Kurd, Real Estate and Insurance
Brokers, 653 1st St., Edmonton. Born
Hyde Park, Mass., Jan. 8, 1883, son of
Edmund H. and Marietta Goldsmith Gar-
rett. Educated public schools, Boston;
Harvard University. Came to Alberta,
1907. Resident engineer, construction
work, G. T. P., 1905-1911; with Crafts,
Lee & Gallinger,, real estate brokers,
1910-1911; present partnership formed,
1911. Clubs: Edmonton; Harvard (Bos-


ton) ; Canadian Society of Civil Engi-
neers; member Edmonton Board of
Trade. Recreations: golf, tennis. An-
glican. Address: Edmonton, Alta.

GABBIOCH, W. Scott. — Real Estate
Agent, 16 Saskatchewan Ave., Portage la
Prairie. Born Portage la Prairie, Sept.
10, 1863, son of John and Eliza Garrioch,
who was daughter of late Colin Camp-
bell, Chief Factor Hudson's Bay Co. Ed-
ucated public schools; Lansdown Col-
lege. Appointed Local Crown Timber
Agent, Portage la Prairie, 1893. Chair-
man public school board, 1911. Married
Catherine Purves, Portage la Prairie,
1892; has one son and six daughters.
Society: W. O. W. Conservative; An-
glican. Address: 49 Garrioch St., S. W.,
Portage la Prairie, Man.

G-ABBV, Thomas Henry, M. Xt, A. —

Rancher. Born Kippen, Ont., Jan. 28,
18 62, son of Thomas and Celena Garry.
Educated rural school. Elected to Sas-
katchewan Legislature, for Yorkton,
1905; re-elected, 1908. Married Helen
Sharp, 1900. Presbyterian; Liberal. Ad-
dress: Willow Brook, Sask.

OABTON, Bev. William John. — Canon
of St. John's Cathedral, Winnipeg, and
Rector of St. Philip's, Norwood. Born
London, England. April 22, 1856, son of
John and Frances Garton. Educated



London, England, and Church Missionary
Institute, Reading, England. Ordained
deacon, 1883; priest, 1884; appointed to
present charge, 1909. Author of various
hymns. A prominent member of the
Masonic Order of Manitoba, having
served various offices Grand Lodge, the
last being that of Deputy Grand Master.
Married Laura Elizabeth Nash, York-
shire, England, 1885; has one son and
two daughters. Conservative; Anglican.
Address: 3'62 College Ave., Winnipeg,


GA'W, Bobert. — Contractor and Lumber
Merchant. Born County Down, Ireland,
Nov. 15, 1852, (of Scotch parents), son
of Robert and Hannah Gaw. Educated
private and public schools County Down.
Came to New Brunswick, 1876. Con-
tractor and owner of sash and door
factory, Kingston, Ont., 1878-1899. Came
to British Columbia, 1899; now engaged
on construction of Provincial Court
House. Mayor, Grand Forks, 1911.
Served three years as Alderman, Grand
Porks; License and Police Commissioner,
five years. Married Jessie Ann Shan-
non, daughter of Robert Shannon, 1879;
has one son and three daughters. So-
cieties: L. O. L (Master of Local Lodge);
I. O. F. (Finance Secretary). Conser-
vative; Presbyterian. Address: Grand
Forks, B. C.

G-EODDESi J. Percy.— Of Geddes &
Spear, Customs Brokers, 719 Pender St.,
W., Vancouver. Born Montreal, March
15, 1868, son of Charles G. and Janet
Geddes. Educated Montreal. Came to
British Columbia, 1888. Customs house
broker, Vancouver, 1898. Served with
Victoria Rifles, Montreal. Married Mar-
garet Ellen Day, Bellingham, Wash.,
1901; has one son. Club: Vancouver
Athletic. Recreations: rowing, yachting,
swimming. Anglican. Address: 1840
McNicoll Ave., Vancouver, B. C.


GEDDES, Malcolm D. — Of Geddes &
Sheffield, Real Estate and Financial
Brokers, 707a First St., B., Calgary, and
29-30 Charing Cross, London, England;
director Herald Western Co., Ltd.; direc-
tor A. Mitchell Nursery Co., Ltd. Born
Wick, Caithnesshire, Scotland, Aug. 10,
1867, son of James and Jessie Dick Ged-
des. Came to Canada, 1877. Educated
public schools; Business College and On-
tario Agricultural College. Farm fore-
man, Ontario Agricultural College, 1897;
associate editor, Farmers Advocate, Win-
nipeg, 1902; editor Farm and Ranch Re-
view, Calgary, 1904; established pres-
ent business, 1909. Member Calgary
Board of Trade. Married Mary J. Wa-
ters, Guelph, Ont., 1903; has one son
and one daughter. Club: Canadian. Rec-
reations: motoring, fishing. Liberal;
Presbyterian. Address: Mount Royal,
Calgary, Alta.



OEORGESON', William. — President
Georgeson & Co., Ltd.. Wholesale Gro-
cers, 223 8th Ave., W., Calgary; director
Crown Life Insurance Co.; director
Standard Trust Co.; director Security
Trust Co. . Born Quebec. Aug. 26, 1859,
son of Alexander and Elizabeth McMi-
chael Georgeson. Educated Quebec.
■With Thompson, Codville & Co., Que-
bec, 1874. Founded wholesale grocery
business, Winnipeg. Ex-president Win-

nipeg Board of Trade; ex-president Job-
bers' Union, Winnipeg. Established
present business, 1906. Married Annie
Anderson, Quebec, 1882; has one son and
two daughters. Clubs: Ranchmen's; Al-
berta; Manitoba; Adanac; St. Charles
Country; Carleton. Societies: I. O. F.
Scottish Clans. Recreation: curling.
Conservative. Address: Alberta Hotel,
Calgary, Alta.



GEDDES, "Walter A. — Secretary Treas-
urer, Agencies, Ltd., Auditors, Account-
ants and General Brokers, Clarence
Block, Calgary. Treasurer, Alberta Bible
Society; treasurer. Bishop Pinkham Col-
lege. Born Brantford, Ont., March 3,
1861, son of James and Emma W. Ged-
des. Educated Collegiate Institute, Ham-
ilton; Osgoode Hall. Called to Ontario
Bar, 1883; practiced Toronto, 1883-1898;
accountant, Toronto, 1898-1906. Came to
Alberta and established present busi-
ness, 1907. Married Elizabeth C. Boyd,
daughter of Judge Boyd, Toronto, 1886;
has two sons and one daughter. Con-
servative; Anglican. Address: P. O.
Box 1199, Calgary, Alta.

CrZNai:, Iiaurence Arthur. — Of R. P.

Rithet & Co., "Wharf St., Victoria. Born
England, Feb. 17, 1878, son of James and
Susana Genge. Educated Whitgift, Croy-
don, England. Served with Royal Navy,
Admiralty, 1898; China, 1899-1902. Came
to British Columbia, 1902; joined pres-
ent firm as treasurer, 1904. Married
Gertrude Alice Rithet, Victoria. Club:
Union. Address: 998 Humbolt St., Vic-
toria, B. C.

GERMAnTZ:, "WUliain I^etson, 3. F. —

General Manager and Director British
American Trust Co., Ltd., Cotton Bldg.,
Vancouver. Born Bristol, England, Aug.
5, 1861, son of John Edward and Mary
Ann Germaine. Educated: Bristol gram-
mar school; joined Bank of Montreal,
1883. Came to British Columbia, 1892,
and remained service of Bank until
1896. Travelled around the world, 1897-


1903. Married Amy M. Peterson, 1901.
Club: Vancouver. Society: A. F. & A.
M. Recreation: yachting. Conserva-
tive; Anglican. Address: Keye Road,
Kerrisdale, B. C.


GZBB, David. — Contractor (retired),
500 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver. Born
Ayrshire, Scotland, May 15, 1852, son
of John and Agnes Gibb. Educated pub-
lic schools Ayrshire. Employed as stone
cutter. New York, 1878-1887; foreman,
Reid & Tomlinson, stone cutters, Chica-
go, 1881-1884; coal mine contracting for
Gault Bros. Lethbridge, 1884-1887. Came
to British Columbia and engaged gen-
eral contracting, Vancouver, 1887. Has
done the stone work for many buildings,



Vancouver, some of which are old Post
Office, St. John's Church and public
schools. Married Sarah Mathieson (de-
ceased); married Lillie Megrath, Seattle,
Wash., 1911; has one son and three
daughters. Recreation: motoring. Lib-
eral; Presbyterian. Address: 305 Elev-
enth Ave., W., "Vancouver, B. C.

GIBB, J. Sidney. — Manager Imperial
6ank of Canada, Victoria. Born Carluke,
Scotland, son of John J. Gibb. Edu-
cated Edinburgh. Came to Canada as
a child. Ranching, Calgary, 1881-1889;
clerk. Imperial Bank, Calgary, 1889-189.5;
clerk, Imperial Bank Vancouver 1895-
1899; manager of Victoria branch since
1901. Married Eva Travis daughter of
Judge Travis, Calgary, 1894. Clubs:
Union; Royal Victoria Yacht (Commo-
dore for many years). Recreation:
yachting. Conservative; Anglican. Ad-
dress: 1441 Elford St., Victoria, B. C.

GIBBONS, Walter Jolin. — Of Foley-
Beinnett & Gibbons, Real Estate and In-
surance Brokers, Main St., Penticton.
Born Surrey, England, Sept. 23, 1881,
son of William Joseph and Mary Gib-
bons. Educated public schools. Came
to Manitoba 1900; British Columbia,
1907; in present business since. Mar-
ried Violet Amy Barnes, Penticton, 1910;
has one son. Anglican. Address: Pen-
ticton, B. C.


aiBBS, C. i;ionel, M. S. A., A. A. A. —

Of Barnes & Gibbs, Architects, Imperial
Bank Bldg., Edmonton. Born Newport,
Monmouthshire, England, Nov. 11 1877,
son of Joseph and Kate Youngman
Gibbs. Educated St. John's School, Ox-
ford, England. Articled with architect,
Newport, 1895; London and Caterham,

Surrey, 1903-1907; came to Edmonton,
1907; practiced alone, 1907-1908; pres-
ent partnership formed, 1908. Unsuc-
cessful candidate for Edmonton Council,
1911. Publication: "The Meaning of the
City Planning Movement," a strong ad-
vocate that as a business proposition it
Is better to beautify the environment
of the poor than boulevard the roads of
the rich. Married Gabrielle Eugenia
Meras, Paris, 1907; has one son and
one daughter. Clubs: Edmonton; Ed-
monton Country. Societies: St. George's;
Civic Association of America. Recrea-
tions: curling, tennis. Independent; An-
glican. Address: 513 Sixteenth St., Ed-
monton, Alta.

GIBSON, Andrew J., M. B., C. M. —

Physician and Surgeon, eye, ear and
throat specialist, 909 Government St.,
Victoria. Born Scotland, July 1, 1870,
son of Andrew and Jessie Macdonald
Gibson. Educated Gordon's College,
Aberdeen; Edinburgh University. Ad-
mitted to practice London, 1894; prac-
ticed Minnesota, 1894-1896; served as
Civil Surgeon, R. A. M. C, South Afri-
can War; Medical Health Officer East-
ern Division; private practice Victoria
since 1909. Married Mildred Gosling,
London, England, 1902; has one son
and one daughter. Club: Pacific. Rec-
reation: golf. Presbyterian. Address:
Victoria, B. C.

GIFFORD, Thomas, M. Ii. A. — Jewel-
er, 677 Columbia Ave., New Westmin-
ster. Born Lockerbie, Scotland, June 1,
1854, son of William and Margaret Gif-
ford. Educated grammar school Lock-
erbie. Jeweler Lockerbie, 1868. Came
to British Columbia, 1887. Member
New Westminster hospital board; elect-
ed to British Columbia Legislature for
New Westminster City, 1901; re-elected,
1903, 1907 and 1909; ex-Alderman and
school trustee. Served with Dumfries-
shire Volunteers. Married Annie A.
Stoddard, Lockerbie; has five sons and
two daughters. Societies: A. F. & A. M.;
K. of P. Recreations: cricket, fishing.
Address: Third Street, New Westmin-
ster, B. C.

OIGOT, Edward Frances. — Manager
The Hudson's Bay Co., Nelson. Presi-
dent Kootenay Lake (General Hospital.
Born Mayence, Germany, May 30, 1847,
son of Nicholas and Josephine von
Kirckesh Gigot. Educated Jacoby's
College. Came to Canada, 1864. En-
gaged railway construction work, 1864-
1873; joined Hudson's Bay Co., 1873.
Came to Nelson, 1900. Elected to Man-




itoba Legislature, representing St.
Francois Xavier, 1883. Married Rosa
Ness, St. Charles, Man., 1876; has three
sons and four daughters. Club: Nelson.
Society: I. O. O. F. Conservative; Ro-
man Catholic. Address: Nelson. B. C.

OII^CHRIST, Hector Hugh— With Ait-
ken & Wright, Barristers and Solicitors,
Alberta Block, Calgary. Born Chats-
worth, Ont., Oct. 3, 1885, son of James
and Isabel Gilchrist. Educated: public
schools, Chatsworth; Owen Sound Col-
legiate; Osgoode Hall. Taught school,
Newmarket, Ont., 1905; taught school.
Maple Creek, Sask., 1906; law student
with A. A. Ballachey, High River, Alta.,
1908-1911. Society: K. P. Recreations:
Lacrosse, football. Liberal; Presbyter-
ian. Address: 1807 4th St. W., Calgary,

GH^ES, Archibald Waring:. — Manag-
ing Director Imperial Underwriters'
Corporation, Barnard Ave., Vernon.
Born Chester, England, Jan. 31, 1869,
son of Rev. William Theophilus and
Rebecca Francis Sharman Giles. Edu-
cated privately, Chester. Came to Can-
ada, 1887. Engaged farming and mer-
cantile business, Frontenac County,
1887-1888; insurance business, Barrie,
Ont., 1889-1891; with Lancashire Insur-
ance Co., Toronto, 1891-1901; insurance
broker, 1901-1902; inspector Atlas As-
surance Co., Montreal, 1902-1903; man-
ager Atlas Assurance Co., Toronto,
1903-1905. Came to British Columbia,
1906; organized present company, 1907.


Married Grace Hay Campbell, daughter
of Col. Campbell, 71st Highlanders,
1893; has three daughters. Conserva-
tive; Anglican. Address: Vernon, B. C.


GIImJm, James Adam — Secretary-Treas-
urer, Johnston & Co., Ltd., Kamloops.
Borns Leeds, England, Sept. 21, 1859,
son of John and Mary Gill. Educated
public schools, Leeds. Came to British
Columbia, 1887. With Turnbull & Co.,
contractors, New Westminster, 1887-
1890; contracting, Vancouver, 1890-
1894; member of Arm, Johnston & Gill,
contractors, Kamloops, 1894; business
incorporated under present name, 1905.
Served as Alderman, Kamloops, 1905-
1906; member Royal Inland Hospital



Board; president, Kamloops Board of
Trade. Married Emina Hyde, 1891; has
four daughters. Society: K. P. Recrea-
tions: fishing, outdoor sports. Conserv-
ative; Anglican. Address: 224 Seymour
St., Kamloops, B. C.

GIIiIiEN, Charles Frederick, M. A. —
Lecturer in Classics and Mathematics
St. Boniface College. Born Fairville,
St. John, N. B., son of James and Cath-
erine Gillen. Educated University of
St. Joseph's College. Professor of Eng-
lish and Mathematics, University of St.
Joseph's College, two years. Came to
St. Boniface College, 1910. Representa-
tive from St. Boniface College on Board
of English Examiners in Arts, Univer-
sity of Manitoba. Society: C. O. F.
Address: St. Boniface, Man.

GIIiIiESPIi:, Francis Joseph. — Presi-
dent and Manager Gillespie's, Ltd., Do-
minion Trust Bldg., Vancouver. Born
Adjala, Ont., Dec. 16, 1855, son of Eu-
gene and Mary Gillespie. Educated
Everett public school; Barrie Collegiate
Institute; De Lasalle Institute. Taught
school 1872, rising to principal. Grain
business, 1887-1900, as representative of
W. D. Matthews, Toronto; subsequently
inspector for The Sun Life Insurance Co.;
latei- manager Excelsior Life Insurance
Co. for Maritime Provinces. Trans-
ferred, same capacity, British Colum-
bia, 1904; resigned to take present posi-
tion, 1910. Trustee for public and high
schools ■ for sixteen years. Reeve of
Mara municipality six years; county
commissioner two years: Warden of
County of' Ontario, 1894; contested
North Ontario, unsuccessfully, for the
House of Commons, 1895. Justice of
Peace for twenty years. Member of
Executive Sons of Scotland for six
years. Married Christina Macdonald,
1881; has four sons and three daugh-
ters. Clubs: Terminal City. Recrea-
tion: baseball. Address: 1323 Burrard
St., Vancouver, B. C.

GUiIiESFZi:, George. — Banker (re-
tired). Born Quebec, March 9, 1849,
son of Alexander and Marion Holmes
Gillespie. Educated Bonnington Park,
Peebles, Scotland. Clerk Bank of Scot-
land, Edinburgh, 1865. Came to British
Columbia, 1878. Ex-manager Canadian
Bank of Commerce; ex-superintendent
BB.nk of British Columbia. Married
Florence Adelaide Hebden, Hamilton,
1878; has eight sons and one daughter.
Club: Union. Recreations: golf and field
sports, shooting, fishing. Address:
"Highwood," 1201 Moss St., Victoria,

B. C.

GIIiIiESFIz:, James Andrew, M. D.,

C. M. — Physician and Surgeon. Born
Peterboro Ont, Sept. 8, 1870, son of
Alexander and Helen Gillespie. Edu-
cated Peterboro public school and Col-

legiate Institute. Graduated from Mon-
treal College of Pliarmacy (gold medal-
ist), 1896; Bishop's Medical College
(gold medalist), 1901. Drug business,
Peterboro, 1887; appointed house sur-
geon to the Woman's and Western
Hospitals, Montreal, 1901; came to
British Columbia, 1901; appointed physi-
cian and surgeon to the Wellington
Collieries, now Canadian Collieries,
Ltd., 1906. Married Ada H. Reed, Mon-
treal, 1902; has one son and one daugh-
ter. Societies: A. F. & A. M.; A. O. U.
W. Recreations: yachting, tennis. Ad-
dress: Suite 110-114 Vancouver Block,
736 Granville St., Vancouver, B. C.

GIIiIiESFIz:, John Bums (F. M.). —

Of Gillespie & Williams, Real Estate
Brokers, Abernethy. Born Township
Culross, Bruce County, Ont., Aug. 4,
1864, son of William and Flora Gilles-
pie. Came to Saskatchewan and en-
gaged farming, 1887. Established pres-
ent business, 1904. Chairman Council,
Abernethy, since 1908; chairman Board
of Trustees, Saltoun, Sask., for 12
years; was on committee that drafted
first constitution of the Saskatchewan
Grain Growers' Association; Was one of
first delegation sent to Ottawa by
Grain Growers' Association, 1903. Mar-
ried Mary Strath (deceased), 1894. Lib-
eral; Presbyterian. Address: Abernethy,

GIIiIiEV, Walter Buthveu. — Manag-
ing Director Gilley Bros., Ltd.. Colum-
bia St.. New Westminster. Born St.
Andrews, N. B., Oct. 22, 1859, son of
Walter and Sarah Gilley. Educated
Charlotte County, N. B. Came to Brit-
ish Columbia, 1877; engaged lumber
camps, 1885; Alderman, 1899-1900. Mar-
ried Selina F. Hinch, 1888; has two sons
and five daughters. Address: 403 St.
George St., New Westminster, B. C.

GII^IiIES, B. D., M. D. — Physician,
719 Georgia St., Vancouver. Born Tees-
water, Ont., June 11, 1875, son of Dr.
John and Fanny Gillies. Educated Har-
rison High School; Toronto University;
McGill Medical College. Came to Brit-
ish Columbia, 1900. Married Margaret
Amy Leckie, -Montreal; has two daugh-
ters. Address: 1359 Davie St., Vancou-
ver, B. C.

GIIiIiXS, A. B., M, Ii. A. — Born Why-

cocomagh, N. S., Jan. 28, 1864, son of
Donald M. and Mary Gillis. Educated
Whycocomagh. Elected member of
North West Legislative Assembly, 1894;
by acclamation, 1898 and 1902. Deputy
Speaker, 1898-1902. Speaker during the
last Legislative Assembly of the Terri-
tories. Elected to the first Saskatche-
wan Legislature for Pipestone, 1905;
re-elected, 1908. Presbyterian; Provin-
cial Rights. Address: Whitewood, Sask.




GIITTHEB, Francis Marion. — President
of The F. M. Ginther Land Company,
Ltd., Real Estate and Financial Agents,
Toronto St., Medicine Hat. Born, Ohio,
^■^^<.-^-' ^®^- 3, 1879, son of Charles
and Mary Ginther. Educated public and
•high schools, Illinois. Farming, North
Dakota, 1901-1906. Came to Alberta and

established present-business, 1906. Mem-
ber Medicine Hat Board of Trade and
Industrial Committee, and is very heavily
interested in developing Medicine Hat
District. Married Estella Sprinkel, 1901;
has two sons. Club: Cypress. Liberal;
Anglican. Address: 436 Braemer St.,
Medicine Hat, Alta.



aXJ^US, Hagfh Evan, B. C. J*. — Of

Sillis & Macdonald, Barristers, Clarence
Block, Calgary. Born Inverness County,
N. S., March 9, 1854. Educated Univer-
sit yof St. Francis Xavier. Called to
Nova Scotia bar, 1882. Practiced An-
napolis Royal, 1882-1899; Mayor Anna-
polis Royal, 1891-1894; served as re-
corder and school commissioner; unsuc-
cessfully contested Annapolis County
for Nova Scotia Legislature as Conserv-
ative, 1894. Came as manager invest-
ment company, British Columbia, 1899;
came to Calgary and appointed City
Clerk, 1904; resigned to resume prac-
tice of law, 1910; was commissioner of
finance, 1906; raised Volunteer Field
Battery of Artillery, Calgary; Major
14th C. A. S. C. Married Lloyd, daugh-
ter of Rev. John Cassidy, formerly
chaplain to forces, Hamilton, Bermuda,
1889; has one daughter. Club: Alberta.
Society: A. F. & A. M. (P. D. G. M.
Grand Lodge of N. S.). Conservative.
Address: 701 Seventh Ave., W., Calgary,

ailil^ZS, Bonald. John. — Chief Clerk
Provincial Department of Public Works,
Edmonton. Born Stewardale, Cape
Breton, N. S., June 15, 1877, son of
Archie A. and Annie McDonald Gillis.
Came to Manitoba, 1882. Educated pub-
lic schools, Winnipeg; public and high
schools, Whitewood, Sask. After work-
ing on farm for some years and subse-
quently teaching and clerking, became
time keeper. Department of Public
Works North West Territories Govern-
ment, Calgary, 1901; in office of Assist-
ant Chief Engineer, Calgary, 1902; Re-
gina, 1903; appointed Chief Clerk in
Department, 1903; removed to Edmon-
ton and appointed to present position,
1905. Married Florence Bannerman
McBeth, daughter of Angus McBeth,
Winnipeg, 1905; has two daughters.
Societies: A. F. & A. Ml; I. O. F.; K. of
P.; S. O. S.; St. Andrew's. Presbyterian.
Address: 450 Clara St., Edmonton, Alta.

GUMOU&, HugfH B. — Of Watrous
Engine Works Co., Molson's Bank Bldg.,
Vancouver. Born Toronto, Nov. 1, 1861,
son of Robert N. and Elizabeth Gil-
mour. Educated public schools, Toron-
to and Ottawa; Collegiate Institute, Ot-
tawa. Foreman John Abell Engine
Works, Woodbridge, 1883. Came to
British Columbia, 1883; general fore-
man C. P. R., 1883-1898; manager for
Watrous Engine Co., in British Colum-
bia, since 1898. Represented Vancouver
British Columbia Legislature, 1900.
Served as Alderman, Vancouver, 1899,
when chairman fire and police commit-
tee. Club: Terminal City (director).
Societies: A. F. & A. M.; I. O. O. F. Lib-
eral; Presbyterian. Address: 1240 Rob-
son St., Vancouver, B. C.

GIBOXTABB, Kt. Kev. Vlgr. Smile,
O. M. X., D. D. — Vicar Apostolic of Ath-
abaska. Born Sable, France, Feb. 2,
1840. Educated Little Seminary, Le
Mans and Grand Seminary, Quebec.
Came to Canada, 1859; ordained priest,
1862; entered Community of Oblate
Fathers, 1863; missionary among In-
dians of Canadian North West; named
Titular Bishop of Ibora, and Vicar
Apostolic of Athabaska, 1890. Address:
Lesser Slave Lake, Alta.

GZBOUX, J.. A., B. A. — Of Gariepy &
Giroux, Barristers and Solicitors, Gar-
iepy Bldg., Edmonton. Born West
Farnham, Que., July 26, 1884, son of
Leonide and Isabella D'Aragon Giroux.
Educated: Montreal College; Paris Uni-
versity; Louvain, Belgium. Called to
Alberta Bar, 1911, since when has prac-
ticed Edmonton. Correspondent for sev-
eral European Reviews. Married Marie
Irene Shriners, 1912. Club: Empire.
Society: K. of C. Recreation: tennis
Conservative; Roman Catholic. Ad-
dress: 526 16th St., Edmonton, Alta.


GIBVIN, Thomas Anson — Of Girvin &
Sumner, Real Estate and Financial
son, Saskatoon, 1911. Conservative;
Agents, 229 2nd Ave., Saskatoon. Born
Huron County, Ont., Feb. 3. 1879, son of
Hugh and Susan Anderson Girvin. Edu-
cated public and high schools, Ontario.
Farming, Ontario, until 1906. Came to
Saskatoon and established present busi-
ness, 1906; member, Saskatoon Real Es-

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