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Power & Bro., Maple Creek, 1884-1893;
engaged ranching and farming since
1893. Elected to North West Territory
Legislature for Medicine Hat, 1898; re-
elected, 1902; superintendent Public
Works, Maple Creek, 1908-1910; school
trustee, 1885-1888; director and secretary
Agricultural Society for many years.
Societies: A. F. & A. M.; A. O. U. W.
Conservative. Address: Calgary, Alta.

CrB.U'EISr, A. H. — Of Green Bros., Bur-
den & Co., Civil Engineers and British
Columbia Land Surveyors, 516 Ward St.,
Nelson. Born St. John, N. B., Jan. 20,
1879, son of George and Mary Compton
Green. Educated New Brunswick Uni-
versity; McGill University. Came to
British Columbia, 1897. Clerk Engi-
neer's Department, C. P. R., 1896-1897;
private practice Nelson since 1897. Mar-
ried Ethel Seed, 1907; has two daughters.
Conservative; Anglican. Address: Nel-
son, B. C.

GREEN, Prederick William. — Farmer.
Secretary-Treasurer Saskatchewan Grain
Growers' Association, Times Block.
Moose Jaw. Born Rippingale, Lincoln-
shire, England, April 30, 1859, son of
Robert and Sarah Green. Educated pub-
lic schools Rippingale. Came to Middle-
sex, Ont., farming with his father,


1875. Came to Moose Jaw and farmed
for himself, 1882. Dominion Govern-
ment Emigration delegate, 1890. Di-
rector Saskatchewan Agricultural Soci-
ety, 1895-1910; president, 1906; secre-
tary-treasurer, 1907-1910; secretary-
treasurer Boharm School Board, 1897-
1900; chairman, 1901-1904; executive of-
ficer Saskatchewan Grain Growers' As-
sociation since 1906; secretary-treas-
urer and general organizer Saskatch-
ewan Grain Growers' Association since
1909. One of delegation of farmers of
Western Canada which waited on Par-
liament, Ottawa, Dec, 1910. Agricul-
tural representative on University Ad-
visory Board for Saskatchewan, 1910;
member of Royal Elevator Commission
of Province of Saskatchewan, appointed
March, 1910, to make searching investi-
gation of conditions etc. Married Mar-
garet Anderson, Brandon, 1884; has
four sons and six daughters. Society:
A. O. U. W. Methodist. Address: 103
Main St., Moose Jaw, Sask.

GREEN, Rog'er Henry Carlton. — Bar-
rister (retired). Born Ireland, son of
Rev. Thomas Webb Green, Archdeacon
of Ardagh, Ireland, and Eleanor (nee
Gwynne) Green. Educated private school
(Ireland). Came to British Columbia,
1904. Married Mary Adeline Richards,
1888; has two sons and one daughter.
Clubs: Vancouver; Vancouver Lawn
Tennis; Vancouver Motor. Conserva-
tive. Address: 1919 Robson St., Van-
couver, B. C.

GREEN, Solomon Hart, B. C. !■., M. J,.

A. — -Of Chapman & Green, Barristers,
1010 McArthur Bldg., Winnipeg. Born
St. John, N. B., Oct. 23, 1885, son of
Louis and E. Green. Educated King's
College. N. S. Practiced St. John, 1906.
Came to Winnipeg, 1907. Elected to
Manitoba Legislature for North Winni-
peg, 1910. Married Aimee Lyons, 1912.
Society: A. F. & A. M. Recreation: base-
ball. Liberal. Address: 143 Poison Ave.,
Winnipeg, Man.




G-REEN, Rolbert Francis, M. P.— Of

Green & Burdick Bros., Real Estate and
Insurance, Langley and Broughton Sts.,
Victoria. Born Petersboro, Ont., Nov. 14,
186], son of Benjamin and Rebecca Ann
Lipsett Green. Educated public and
high schools, Peterboro. Went to Erie,
Pa., 1880. Joined C. P. R., Winnipeg-,
1882. Served North West Rebellion,
1885; opened general store, Revelstoke,
1885; later general merchant Illicille-
waet, Ainsworth and Kaslo; elected

first Mayor Kaslo, 1893; re-elected,
1895, 1896. Represented Slocan and
Kaslo riding British Columbia Legis-
lature, 1898-1906. Minister of Lands and
Works, McBride Government, 1903-1906.
Elected to House of Commons for Koot-
enay, 1912. Married Celia Macdonnell,
Erie, Pa., 1889; has one son and one
daughter. Clubs: Union; Pacific. So-
ciety: A. F. & A. M. Conservative. Ad-
dress: 502 Rupert St., Victoria, B: C.



G-REENE, Oeorg-e 'Welling-ton — Of

Greene & Payne, Barristers and Solici-
tors, Ross Ave., Red Deer; Vice-Presi-
dent, Laurentia Milk Co. of Alberta,
Ltd.; President, Freytag Company, Ltd.;
President, Red Deer Board of Trade;
Director, Red Deer Hospital. Born
Athens, Ont., June 5, 1862, son of Wil-
liam and Mary (Webster) Greene. Edu-
cated public and high schools, Athens;
Osgoode Hall. Called to Ontario Bar,
1887; practiced, Athens, 1887-1891. Came
to Alberta, 1891; called to N. W. T. Bar,
1892; practiced. Red Deer, since 1892;
present partnership formed, 1902.
Bencher, Law Society of Alberta. Mar-
ried Ina Emma Bates (deceased) ; has
one son and two daughters; married
Lamira Jane Billings, daughter of
Charles Billings, Billings Bridge, Ont.,
1898; has one daughter. Club: Red
Deer. Societies: A. F. & A. M.; I. O.
F. Conservative; Anglican. Address:
108 3rd St., N., Red Deer, Alta.

GBEENWAV, Samuel Earl — Director
of Agricultural Extension, College of
Agriculture, University of Saskatchewan,
Saskatoon, Sask. Born Little Prairie,
Wis., Feb. 16, 1875, son of Rev. John and
Grace Greenway. Came to Manitoba,
1880, and was in turn farmer, teacher,
telegraph operator, reporter and editor;
contributes to magazines. Married Ada
Maria Cooke, Roissevain, Man., 1905; has
two daugliters. Recreations: all outdoor
sports, gardening, chess. Address: 520*
Albert Ave., Nutana, Sask.


GREEB, Albert Alexander — Real Es-
tate and Financial Broker, Athabasca
Landing; Chairman, Publicity Commit-
tee, Athabasca Board of Trade. Born

Port Elgin, Bruce County, Ont., July 16,
1866, son of Thomas David and Ellen
McDonald Greer. Educated: Kincardine
Grammar School. Came to Alberta,
1885. With Muir Bros., contractors,
Mountain Div., C. P. R., 1885-1896; cat-
tle ranching, Alberta, 1897; established
first regular pack horse mail service
from Edmonton to Peace River Cross-
ing, 1897; went with Major James Walk-
er on Treaty Commission into Lake
Athabasca District; ranched on Bow
River, 1898-1904; general store, Gladys,
Alta., 1904-1906; associated with A.
McBride Hardware Co., Calgary, 1906-
1910; opened first real estate office, Ath-
abasca Landing, 1910; received appoint-
ment as agent for C. N. R. and Hud-
son's Bay Ry. townsites, 1911. Private,
32nd Regiment, Port Elgin, 1883-1885.
Married Mary Avis Bolton (deceased);
married Olivia Campbell, 1908; has two
sons and three daughters. Society: I.
O. F. Liberal; Methodist. Address:
Athabasca Landing, Alta.

GBEG-OBY, C. E., K. C— Barrister and
Solicitor, Bradshaw Bldg., Prince Al-
bert; Director, St. Regis, Ltd.; Director,
North Saskatchewan Cold Storage Co.,
Ltd.; Director, Saskatchewan Steam
Navigation Co., Ltd.; Director, Riverside
Land Co., Ltd.; Trustee, Prince Albert
Club; Membei-, Prince Albert Board of
Trade; Trustee, Edge Hill Girls' School.
Windsor, N. S. Born Fredericton, N. B..
May 5, 1867, son of Charles C. and Mary
Douherty Gregory. Educated King's
College; Dalhousie University. Called
to Nova Scotia Bar, 1887; practiced as
general counsel. Nova Scotia, 1887-1911;
appointed K. C, 1904; called to Saskat-
chewan Bar and established present
practice, 1911. Unsuccessful candidate
to House of Commons for Guysborough,
1900 and 1896, against Hon. Duncan C.
Frazer, late Lieutenant-Governor of
Nova Scotia. Commander, 18th Battery,
Canadian Artillery, five years. Married
Maude Charlotte Graham, Halifax, 1891;
has one son. Clubs: Prince Albert; Hal-
ifax. Recreations: motoring, cricket.
Conservative; Anglican. Address: Prince
Albert, Sask.

GSEGOBV, Hon. P. B. — Judge of Su-
preme Court of British Columbia, Vic-
toria. Born Fredricton, N. B., Dec. 2,
186 2, son of Hon. Mr. Gregory, Judge of
Supreme Court, of New Brunswick. Ed-
ucated Collegiate School, Fredricton;
Harvard University, graduated, 1884.
Called to New Brunswick bar, 1884;
practiced Fredricton. 1884-1890. Came to
British Columbia, 1890. For many years
partner in firm of Fell & Gregory; took
active part in cases arising out of seiz-
ure of British Columbia sealing schoon-




ers by United States revenue cutters;
appointed to present office, 1909. Has
taken great interest in military affairs,
and was Colonel Fifth Regiment, C. G.
A., retiring with rank of Lieutenant-
Colonel. Address: Victoria, B. C.


GKEV, John Hamilton, C. E. — Of J. H.

Grey & MUligan Bros., Civil Engineers
and Land Surveyors, Victoria. Born St.
John, N. B., Dec. 25, 1863, son of Eliza
Ormond and John Hamilton Grey, the
first Supreme Court Judge of British
Columbia, and one of the fathers of
Confederation. Educated grammar

school, St. John; New Brunswick Uni-
versity. In Dominion Government ser-

vice, C. P. R., 1870-1884. Came to Brit-
ish Columbia, 1873. Engineer charge of
Esquimau and Nanaimo Ry. ; engineer
Eraser River Dykes; Shuswap and
Okanagan Ry. ; Castlegar and Slocan
Junction Ry. ; Victoria and Sydney Ry. ;
private practice since 1902. Married
Francis Arbuthnot, 1888; has one daugh-
ter. Clubs: Union; Pacific. Recreation:
horses. Conservative; Anglican. Address:
Fort and Moss Sts., Victoria, B. C.

GKIESE, James — Real Estate and
Financial Agent, King St., North Battle-
ford. Born Oskosh, Wis., April 22, 1865,
son of Gottleib and Margaret Griese.
Educated Normal school, Oskosh. As-
sociated with various business colleges
in Middle and Western States, 1885-1895;
interested in theatrical enterprises, .1905-
1907. Came to Saskatchewan and en-
gaged in present business, 1907; natural-
ized Canadian, 1910. Served as Mayor,
North Battleford, 1912. Married Wil-
helmina Trappe, daughter of Carl
Trappe, 1894. Societies: A. F. & A. M.;
K. P. Recreations: hunting, fishing.
Anglican. Address: Victoria St., North
Battleford, Sask.

GRZESBACH, Emiel. — General Mer-
chant. Born Zeitz, Saxony, Germany,
March 20, 1855, son of Martin Luther
and Eleanore Griesbach. Educated Leip-
sig University. Came to Canada, 1883;
with C. P. R., 1884; engaged lumber
business, Gleichen, 1887; established
present business, 1894. President U. P.
A. Union, Gleichen; director Gleichen
Agricultural Society; president Board of
Trade, two years; church warden St.
Andrew's Church twenty-one years.
Married Ida E. Kierstein, Gleichen, 1896.
Independent; Presbyterian. Address:
Gleichen, Alta.

GRrESBACH, Major William Antro-
tous. — Of Griesbach & O'Connor, Barris-
ters, National Trust Bldg., Edmonton.
Born Qu'Appelle, Sask., Jan. 3, 1878, son
of Arthur Henry and Emma Griesbach.
Educated St. John's College, Winnipeg.
Practiced Edmonton since 1901; partner-
ship with late C. deW. Macdonald, K.
C; partnership dissolved, 1905; prac-
ticed alone until 1906, when formed
present partnership. President District
Conservative Association. Unsuccessful
candidate Alberta Legislature for Ed-
monton, 1905; Alderman Edmonton, 1905,
1906; Mayor, 1907. Served with Second
Regiment, Canadian Mounted Rifles,
South African War, 1899-1900, opera-
tions the Orange Free State, Feb. to
May, 1900, including actions at Hout
Nek (May 1), Vet River (May 5 and 6),
and Sand River (May 10); operations in
the Transvaal (May and June), 1900, in-
cluding actions near Johannesburg (May



29), Pretoria (June 4), and Diamond
Hill (June 11 and 12); operations
The Transvaal, East Pretoria (July
to Nov. 29, 1900), including action
Reit Vlei (July 16) ; operations the
Orange River Colony (May to Nov.
28, 1900); operations Cape Colony,
south of Orange River, 1899-1900.
Queen's medal with four clasps. Major
A. Squadron, 19th Alberta Dragoons, Ed-
monton; member of Naval and Military
Emigration League. Married Janet Scott
McDonald Lauder, 1906. Clubs: Edmon-
ton; Canadian (president, 1910-1911).
Societies: A. F. & A. M.; A. O. P.; S. O.
B.; I. O. O. F. ; K. of P. Recreations:
motor boating, riding. Conservative; An-
glican. Address: 195 Sixth St., Edmon-
ton, Alta.

6RIFFI1T, Prederick Thomas — Land

Commissioner Canadian North West
Land Co. and Advisory to C. P. R. Born
Watertown, Ont., Oct. 29, 1853. Edu-
cated public and high schools Hamilton.
Engaged in law office, Hamilton. En-
tered Ontario Department of Education,
Toronto, 1875; Canada North West Land
Co., 1882; land department of C. P. R.,
Winnipeg, 1883; assistant land commis-
sioner, C. P. R., 1900; land commissioner,
C. P. R., 1901-1911: advisory to C. P. R.,
1912. Married Edna E. Walker, Toronto,
1878; has three sons. Anglican. Ad-
dress: 500 River St., Winnipeg, Man.

GRIFFIN, James Young- — Capitalist;
Director, Bole Drug Co.; Director, Man-
itoba and Western Land Co.; Director,
Annuity Co., Ltd.; chief promoter. Do-
minion Produce Co., 1905; and Leth-
bridge Collieries, 1906. Born Halton
Co. Oct. 28, 1857. son of Michael T. and
Sophia Jackson Griffin. Educated: pub-
lic schools, Halton County. Came to

Manitoba, 1883; established pork pack-
ing business, 1883; President and Gen-
eral Manager of J. Y. Griffin Co., Ltd.,
1904-1910. Married Minnie Campbell,
daughter of Lachlan Campbell, St.
Thomas, Ont., 1884 (deceased 1903).
Clubs: Manitoba; St. Charles Country.
Address: Vancouver, B. C.

GRIFFITH, H. S. — Architect, 1006
Government St., Victoria, and Vancou-
ver. Born England, June 5, 1865, son of
Rev. George Sandham and Julia Grif-
fith. Educated Roysses School, Abing-
don, England. Architect, Reading, Eng-
land, 1882. Came to British Columbia,
1907. Married Marie J. Hall, Kenora,
Ont.; has two sons and two daughters.
Clubs: Union; Pacific. Society: A. F. &
A. M. Address: 1294 Montrose Ave., Vic-
toria, B. C.

GRIFFITHS, Albert Francis. — Char-
tered Accountant. Born Newport, Eng-
land, Oct. 6, 1862, son of John and Fanny
Griffiths. Educated Taunton, Chepstow,
Shrewsbury. Lumberman Cardiff, 1880;
came to British Columbia, 1887. Associ-
ate member Dominion Association of
Chartered Accountants; Fellow Institute
of Chartered Accountants of British (Co-
lumbia; Fellow Chartered Institute of
Secretaries, London; member of Wor-
shipful Company of Needlemakers, Lon-
don; Freeman, City of London. Married
Fanny Bailey, Newport, England. Club:
Union. Society: A. F. & A. M. Address:
Victoria, B. C.

M. Sc, C. E.

GRIMIOXR, Allan Keay, B. A. I., M.

Sc, C. E. — City Engineer Medicine Hat.
Born St. Andrew's, N. B., June 4, 1882,
son of John Davidson and Agnes Elder
Keay Grimmer. Educated grammar
schools St. Andrews; University of New
Brunswick. Charge Glen extension York



and Carleton Ry., 1904-1905; City En-
gineer Fredricton, 1905-1909; lecturer
engineering, University of Manitoba,
1909-1910; present appointment, 1910.
Married Margaret S. Babbitt, daughter
of George N. Babbitt, deputy Receiver
General Fredricton, 1908. Club: Cypress.
Society: A. F. & A. M.; Canadian So-
ciety of Civil Engineers. Recreation: ten-
nis, canoeing, motoring. Anglican. Ad-
dress: Medicine Hat, Alta.

aRUTDJ^E'Sr, T. M. — Of Gorman, Clan-
cey & Grindley, Ltd., 752 Fourth St.,
Edmonton. Born Laxey, Isle of Man,
Nov. 8, 1864, son of Thomas and Esther
Grindley. Educated Douglas and Crosby
grammar schools. Hardware salesman
with J. H. Ashdown, Winnipeg, 1883.
Served North West Rebellion, under
Colonel Steele, 1885. Came to Alberta,
1893. Married Mary Jane Furnival, Win-
nipeg, 1888; has two daughters. Soci-
eties: A. F. & A. M.; United Commer-
cial Travelers' Association. Address:
Twenty-first and Athabasca Sts. Edmon-
ton, Alta.

G-RISDAIiH, James — General Manager
People's Trust Co., Ltd., Financial,
Trust and Investment Brokers, 451 Co-
lumbia St., New Westminster. Born
Broughton in Furness, Lancashire, Eng-
land, Dec. 31, 1882, son of Thomas and
Annie Grisdale. Educated: Broughton
Higher Grade and Nationall Schools.
Manager, York City and County Bank,
Dalton in Furness, 1901-1909; Account-
ant, Pogson, Peloulet & Co., New York,
1909-1910; Accountant, Amalgamated
Copper Companies of America, 1911; As-
sistant Inspector, Bank of Vancouver,
Vancouver, 1911; present position since
1912. Married Isabelle Lewis, daughter
of James Lewis, Dalton in Furness, 1910;
has one son. Society: I. O. O. F. Rec-
reations: cricket, tennis, footballl. Con-
servative; Anglican. Address: 1099 Ham-
ilton St., New Westminster, B. C^

GXXSDAJJB, Big'ht Bev. John, D. B.,
D. C. It. — Lord Bishop of Qu'Appelle, In-
dian Head. Born Bolton, Lancashire,
England, Jan. 21, 1845, son of Robert and
Alice Grisdale. Educated Church Mission-
ary College, Islington, London. Ordained
St. Paul's Cathedral, London, 1870; Can-
on of St. John's Cathedral, Winnipeg,
1874-1878; Dean of Rupert's Land, 1878-
1896; professor of Pastoral Theology, St.
John's College, Winnipeg, 1874-1878;
Prolocutor of general synod; Bishop of
Qu'Appelle, 1896; Examiner and one of
the Senate of the University of Sas-
katchewan. Married Anne Chaplin, Lei-
cestershire, England, 1871; has one son
and one daughter. Recreation: chess. Ad-
dress: Bishop's Court, Indian Head,

GBOPF, Colin Gemmell. — Publisher of
The Times, Taber. Born Selkirk, Man.,
March 14, 1885, son of Alexander and
Annie Groff. Educated public and high
schools Dundas, Ont. Printer Banner,
Dundas, 1898-1900; printer Willson Sta-
tionery Co., Winnipeg, 1904-1905; re-
porter Journal, Edmonton, 1905-1910;
Capital, Edmonton, 1910-1911. Secretary
Taber Board of Trade. Married Cath-
erine Gordon Cameron Wilson, Chatham,
Ont., 1908. Liberal; Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: Taber, Alta.
















asOGAN, Anthony Medlicott. — Of

Ellis & Grogan, Wholesale Agents for
Builders Supplies, Calgary. Born Somer-
ton, Somersetshire, England, Oct. 18,
1867, son of Isabel Helen and William
George Grogan, M. A., gold medallist
Dublin University; cousin of Major Sir
Edward Grogan, Bart., military attache
Buenos Ayres; Admiral Grogan's sec-
ond eldest brother. Educated St. Mary
Magdalene College, PJaddington, Lon-
don; H. M. S. Conway, Liverpool; Gui-
enne-pas-de-Calais, France. Midshipman
Merchant Service sailing out of Liver-
pool, and agent Melbourne, Australia,
some years; came to Calgary, 1887;
served with Royal North West Mounted
Police under Colonel S. B. Steele, Cal-
gary, Macleod and Fort Saskatchewan,
1888-1892; established present business,
1893. Married Miriam de Sousa, Cal-
gary, 1902; has one son. Club: Commer-
cial. Society: A. F. & A. M. Liberal;
Anglican. Address: Calgary, Alta.



GSOSS, Prank D. — Manager Mainland
Transfer Co., 94 Pender St., Vancouver;
director Vancouver Warehouses, Ltd.
Born Albert County, N. B., Nov. 4, 1870,
son of William and Mary Trites Gross.
Educated public schools Albert County.
Came to British Columbia, 1887. Mem-
ber of firm Gross & McNeill, Vancouver,
1893-1904; amalgamated with Mainland
Transfer Co., 1904. Married Nellie P.
Pride, New Westminster, B. C, 1901;
has one son and one daughter. Club:
Commercial. Recreation: driving. Lib-
eral; Baptist. Address: 2375 Sixth Ave.,
W., Vancouver, B. C.

GBOUARS, Emile Jean Baptiste Ma-
rie, O. M. I., D. D. — Titular Bishop of
Ibora. Vicar Apostolic of Athabaska,
St. Bernard's Mission, Grouard, Alta.
Born Brulon, department of la Sar-
tha, France, Feb. 2, 1840, son of
Andre and Anne Meynard Grouard. Edu-
cated Seminary at Le Mans; Laval Uni-
versity. Came to Canada, 1S60. Mission-
ary under Bishop Tache, afterwards
Archbishop of St. Boniface; subse-
quently under Bishop Farand, Vicar
Apostolic of Athabaska and Mackenzie;
named bishop by late Pope Leo XIII,
1890; consecrated by Bishop Tache, St.
Boniface, 1891, as Vicar Apostolic of
Athabasca and Mackenzie in the place
of Bishop Farand, 1891. Athabasca sep-
arated from Mackenzie, 1902. Roman
Catholic. Address: St. Bernard's Mis-
sion, Grouard, Alta.

GUGGISBUKG, Walter William, B. A.

— Of Doerr & Guggisberg, Barristers,
Northern Crown Bank Bldg., Regina.
Born Walkerton, Ont., Feb. 28, 1878, son
of Frank and Matilda Weaver Guggis-
berg. Educated public and high schools
Walkerton; Queen's University; Normal
School, Hamilton. Graduated from
Queen's University, 1904; gold medal
political economy; law student Ferguson
& Richardson, and with Andrews & An-
drews, Winnipeg, 1905. Married Henri-
etta Todd, W^alkerton, 1905; has one son
and one daughter. Liberal; Methodist.
Address: Regina, Sask.

GUINAN, Thomas. — President Red
River Loan & Land Co., Union Bank
Bldg., Winnipeg. Born Huron County,
Ontario, Nov. 10, 1856, son of Patrick
and Annie Guinan. Educated public
schools. Hotel proprietor, St. Thomas,
N. D., 1881-1890; member of Legislature,
North Dakota, 1896-1900. Came to Win-
nipeg, 1900. Married Annie Enright,


North Dakota, 1887; has three sons and
three daughters. Clubs: Adanac; _Cath-
olic. Conservative; Roman Catholic. Ad-
dress: 88 Langside St., Winnipeg, Man.

GUIiLEIiAND, J. A. — Barrister and
Solicitor, National Trust Bldg., Saska-
toon. Born Glasgow, Scotland, Nov. 20,
1880, son of John Carss and Mary Crerar
GuUeland. Educated: St. Andrews,
Switzerland. Called to Bar, 1903; prac-
ticed, Glasgow, prior to coming to Sas-
katoon, 1911; called to Saskatchewan
Bar, 1911; practiced Saskatoon since.
Societies: A. F. & A. M. ; St. Andrews.
Recreation: golf. Liberal; Presbyterian.
Address: Saskatoon, Sask.


GUN3T, James Brown. — Of J. B. Gunn
& Company, Engineers and Contractors
(J. B. Gunn, sole proprietor), 306 Mc-



Lean Block, Calgary. Born Winnipeg,
April 26, 1885, son of. John and Chris-
tina Gunn. Educated Collegiate Insti-
tute, Winnipeg. Member of firm, John
Gunn & Sons, Winnipeg, since 1901.
Came to Calgary, 1908. Club: Alberta.
Recreation: golf. Liberal; Baptist. Ad-
dress: Findlay, Apartments, Calgary,


GVNTSf, Jeremiah Donald. — Financial
Brokers. Born Springfield, Man., Jan.
23, 1880, son of Robert and Barbara
Gunn. Educated public schools; Collegi-
ate Institute, Winnipeg. Clerk National
Trust Co., Winnipeg, 1900; came as ac-
countant for firrri's branch, Edmonton,
1903; came to Saskatoon to open branch
for National Trust Co., and appointed
manager, 1906; secretary Saskatoon
Board of, Trade, 1907; Lieutenant 22d
Saskatchewan Light Horse. Clubs: Sas-
katoon; Canadian (secretary since or-
ganization, 1908). Society: A. F. & A.
M. Recreations: golf, riding, curling.
Conservative; Presbyterian. Address:
311 Sixth Ave., Saskatoon, Sask.

GUNN, ;E. Mabel. — Matron and Dea-
coness Free Kindergarten, Winnipeg.
Born Kennetcook, N. S., daughter of
Rev. Adam and Susan MacLellan Gunn.
Educated Prince of Wales College,
Charlottetown, P. E. I.; Normal School,
Regina; Ewart Missionary and Deacon-
ess Training Home, Toronto. Public
school teacher five years. Came to
Manitoba, 1910. Presbyterian. Address:
294 Ellen St., Winnipeg, Man.

GTTITIT, Peter, M. L. A. — Rancher.
Born Thurso Caithness, Scotland, Feb.
9, 1864, son of John and Barbara Gunn.
Educated Thurso. Connected with Hud-
son's Bay Co., 27 years. Member Alberta

Legislature for Lac Ste. Anne. Married
Mary Rich, Hoy, Orkney, Scotland, 1891;
has five sons and four daughters. Lib-
eral; Presbyterian. Address: Lac Ste.
Anne, Alta.


GUNN, »icliard E. — Of Gunn & Bat-
ten, Financial Brokers, 245 Notre Dame
Ave., Winnipeg. Born Almonte, Ont.,
Aug. 2, 1S69, son of George and Mary
E. Gunn. Educated public schools, On-
tario. Came to Manitoba, 1875; engaged
farming, 1893; with Street Railway,
Winnipeg, 1893-1897; treasurer Western
Loan Co.. Winnipeg, 1902-1903; present
firm established, 1904. Manager and
trustee private syndicates. Married Co-
lista Post, Dominion City, Man., 1894;
has two sons and two daughters. Club:
Canadian. Societies: I. O. O. F.; A. O-
U. W. Recreation: driving, baseball.
Liberal; Methodist. Address: 55 King-
ston Row, Windsor Park, Winnipeg,

GUBD, William P., B. C. L. — Barris-
ter and Solicitor. Solicitor for Kootenay
Telephones Co., Ltd.; Bank of Com-
merce; C. P. R. ; member Cranbrook
School Board. Born Stradally, Queen's
County, Ireland, March 8, 1870. son of

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