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Clerk, Moisons Bank, Montreal, 1897.
Came to British Columbia, 1908. Club:
Western. Recreations: sailing, canoeing.
Address: 738 Burrard St., Vancouver,
B. C.



JABVIS, Charles William, M. 3^. A. —

Of Ray, Street & Co., Bankers and
Financial Agents, Port Arthur and Fort
William, Ont. Born St. Eleanors, P. E.
L, March 18, 1866, son of Henry Fitz-
gerald and Lucy Desbrisay Harding Jar-
vis; of U. E. L. stock; grandfather,
Chief Justice of Prince Edward Is-
land. Educated grammar school, Sum-
merside, P. E. I. Secretary, Fort Wil-
liam Board of Trade, three years; mem-
ber Council, seven years; Mayor, two
years; Water and Light Commissioner,
two years; chairman. Port Arthur and



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CHARLES WILLIAM JARVIS, M. L. A.

Fort William Street Railway, three
years; United States Consular Agent for
Thunder Bay District since 1895.
Elected to Ontario Legislature for Fort
William, 1911. Married Maria Louise
Powley, Port Arthur, Ont, 1892; has
three sons and one daughter. Conserva-
tive; Anglican. Address: Fort William,
Ont.

JEFFERY, Bev. Charles Norman
Fitzgrerald, M. A., B. D. — Canon, St.
John's, Winnipeg. Born Newport, N. S.,
Dec. 3, 1860, son of James Wodehouse
and Celeste Marvie Jeffery. Educated
Mt. Allison College, Sackville, N. B. ; St.
John's College, Winnipeg; General Theo-
logical Seminary, New York. Ordained
deacon, 1884; priest, 1885; missionarJ^
Clearwater, Man., 1884-1885; rector.
Portage la Prairie, 1886-1887; rector,
Douglastown, N. Y., 1891-1897; secretary
of Synod Rupert's Land, 1901-1906. Came
to Manitoba, 1882. Married Eleanor Har-
riet Gunne, 1891; has two sons and two
daughters. Anglican. Address: 138 Don-
ald St., Winnipeg, Man.

JEFFS, Thomas W. — Physician, 311
Hastings St. W., Vancouver. Born
Blziver, Ont., July 7, 1857, son of Wil-
liam and Margaret Jeffs. Educated To-
ronto University (M. B.) Practiced
Apsley, Ont. Came to British Columbia
1895, and practiced Cumberland and
Revelstoke; moved to Vancouver 1899;
Director Vancouver Orange Hall Co.,
Ltd., Coroner for British Columbia;
Alderman Vancouver, 1906; Police Com-
missioner, 1907. Married Minnie Cow-
en; has two sons and one daughter.
Societies: L. O. L., K. P., K. O. T. M.
Recreations: Gardening. Address:

1250 Salsbury St., Vancouver, B. C.



JENNINas, Milton Bobhius, A. B. —

Editor and General Manager, The Jour-
nal, 657 First St., Edmonton. Born
Warsaw, N. Y., March 4, 1874, son of
Edward and Mary Eliza Jennings. Edu-
cated University of Rochester. Reporter,
Rochester, 1890-1895; Montreal Herald,
1895-6; Washington (D. C.) Times, 1897;
special correspondent and Second Lieu-
tenant 202nd N. Y. Volunteers in Cuba,
1898; Mail and Empire and The Tele-
gram, Toronto, 1899-1909. Came to Ed-
monton, 1909. Married Carolyn Louise
Sheldon, Buffalo, 1905. Clubs: Edmonton,
Golf, and Country. Conservative; Con-
sregationalist. Address: 535 Thirteenth
Street, Edmonton, Alta.



JENlfS, Eustace Alvanley. — Barrister,
633 Hastings St., Vancouver. Born
Middlewich, Cheshire, England, July 14,
1860, son of Rev. Percival and Emma J.
Jenns. Oame to British Columbia, 1864.
Educated Collegiate school, Victoria;
St. John's College, Hurstpierpoint, Sus-
sex, England. Student at law under
late Hon. Alex. Rocke Robertson, Vic-
toria; registrar. Supreme and County
Courts, New Westminster, 1881-1887;
member firm Corbould, McCoU & Jenns,
1887-1891; moved to Vancouver, 1905,
and practiced alone since. Published a
book of verses, Victoria, 1880; a sec-
ond Vancouver, 1910; has also written
some political and literary articles.
Married Madeline Fortune Webster,
Granville, B. C. ; has one son and five
daughters. Recreation: Gardening.
Address: 621 Jervis St., Vancouver,
B. C.



JESSUF, Aaron. — Editor and Publish-
er, Nanton News. Born Fort Scott,
Kansas, Nov. 28, 1861, son of Thomas
W. and Mary L. Johns. Educated pub-
lic schools. United States. Came to
Alberta, 1905. Married Margaret Camp-
bell, Duntroon, Ont, 1894; has two sons
and two daughters. Society: A. F. &
A. M. Independent Liberal; Anglican.
Address: Nanton, Alta.



JIM, Lim — -Manager Bank of Vancou-
ver, Pender Street Branch, Vancouver;
Manager Gim Lee Yuen Co. ; Director Van-
couver Furniture Co.; Director Lun Wo
Transfer Co. Born Canton, China, Nov.
4, 1887, son of Lim Duck Chew and Lim
Chin Shee. Came to Vancouver, 1899;
Educated: Vancouver public schools. Mer-
cantile and shipping business. Vancouver,
1906-1910; manager Bank of Vancouver
since 1911. Married Lim Gin Shee, 1905;
has three daughters. Society: Chinese
Benevolent. Recreation: motoring. Con-
fucius. Address: 1761 Grant St., Vancou-
ver, B. C.



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WHO'S WHO AND WHY



JOHNSON, Andrew I^ouis. — Western
Manager Ames-Holden-McCready, Ltd.,
Princess and McDermott Ave., Winnipeg.
Born Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 16, 1857.
Educated Montreal. Came to Winnipeg,
1882. Honorary Secretary-Treasurer Win-
nipeg General Hospital. Ex-President
Winnipeg Board of Trade. Married Mar-
garet McKibtain, Manitoba; has one son
and one daughter. Club: Manitoba. So-
ciety: A. F. & A. M. Recreation: golf.
Address: 577 River Ave., Winnipeg, Man.

JOHNSON, Arthur.— Publisher, In-
terior Publishing Co., Ltd., McKenzie
Ave., Revelstoke. Born Kinglough,
Bruce County, Ont., April 22, 1865, son
of James and Margaret Johnson. Edu-
cated public schools. Foreman Portage
la Prairie Review, Portage la Prairie,
1880; Publisher Herald, Edmonton, 1894;
foreman Calgary Herald, Calgary, 1886;
present business established 1896. Mar-
ried J. Edna Clarey, Midland, Ont., 1892;
has one son and four daughters. Clubs:
Revelstoke. Societies: K. of P.; L.
O. L. Conservative; Methodist. Ad-
dress: Revelstoke, B. C.




MAJOR C. GARDINER JOHNSON.

JOHNSON, Major C. Gardiner. —

Lloyd's Agent for British Columbia;
Managing Director, Johnson Wharf;
Secretary, Pilot Board, Vancouver.
Born Dunblane, Scotland, Feb. 6, 1857,
son of Robert and Charlotte Johnson.
Educated Clifton Bank, St. Andrews;
St. Andrews University. Went to sea
when fourteen years of age on "Lake
Leaman" clipper ship sailing from Liv-
erpool to East; subsequently on steam-
ship "Viking;" afterwards on steam and
sailing ship "William Davie," sailing to



New Zealand; with Australian Steam-
ship Navigation Co. (now Australian
Union Steamship Navigation Co.), 1880;
returned to England, where resided for
a year. Came to Manitoba and engaged
farming, 1881-1885. Sheriff, Portage la
Prairie, Man., 1883-1885. Came to Brit-
ish Columbia, 1885. Served eighteen
years with 5th Regiment, Garrison Ar-
tillery and 6th Regiment, Duke of Con-
naught's Rifles; retired with the rank
of Major from Department of Militia,
1911. Married Minnie Boultbee, 1884;
has one daughter. Clubs: Vancouver,
Western, Union (Victoria); President;
Vancouver Cricket Club. Societies: A.
F. and A. M. (Charter member Cascade
Lodge); St. Andrews. Recreations:

Football; amateur sports of all kinds.
Christian Scientist. Address: Bandra
House, Oak St., Vancouver, B. C.



JOHNSON, Rev. Frederick WeUs,

B. D.^Rector of St. John's Church,
Archdeacon of Moose Jaw. Born Lon-
don, England, Jan. 30, 1865, son of Ray-
mond George and Barbara Johnson.
Educated Argyll College Notting Hill,
London; St. John's College, Manitoba
University. Came to Canada, 1885; or-
dained, 1892; Regina, 1893; Craven,
1894; Fort Qu'Appelle, 1894-1904; present
charge since 1904. Married Margaret
B. Lock, 1894; has one son and two
daughters. Society: S. O. E. An-
glican. Address: 31 Tenth Ave.,
Moose Jaw, Sask.



JOHNSON, George Balfour, M. Z^. A. —

General Mercliant. Born Romano Bridge,
Peebleshire, Scotland, March 21, 1865,
son of John and Anna M. K. L. Johns-
ton. Educated Aberdeen, Scotland.
Came to Canada, 1884. Mayor of Mel-
fort, 1907-1908. Represented Kinistlno,
Saskatchewan Legislature, 1908-1912;
elected for Melfort district, 1912. Mar-
ried Frances M. Hay ward; has three
daughters. Address: Melfort, Sask.



JOHNSON, Honoral)le James, M. It. A.

— Farmer, President Boissevain Land
Co., grain buyer, general store, Minto,
Man., Speaker of Manitoba Legislature,
Bossevain. Born Mitchell, Ont., Nov.
IS, 1855, son of John and Martha John-
son. Educated public schools, Mitch-
ell. Farmed Fullerton tdwnship, Perth
County, Ont., 1875-1882. Came to
Manitoba and took up land. Served as
councillor and reeve of Morton and
Riverside; Mayor of Boissevain. Elect-
ed to Manitoba Legislature, representing
Turtle Mountain 1897, and re-elected at
every election since. Speaker since
1903. Married Susanna Oliver, Mitch-
ell, 1879; has three sons. (Conserva-
tive; Anglican. Adress: Boissevain,
Man.



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HUMPHREY LORNB JOHNSON.



JOHNSON, Humphrey I^orne — Manag-
ing Director, Great West Security Com-
pany, Ltd. ; Vice-President and Manag-
ing Director, Pacific Properties, Ltd.,
Pacific Bldg., Vancouver (both British
Columbia charter) ; President, Western
Cities Development Co., Ltd.; Vice-Pres-
ident, Sterling Loan and Securiteis Co.,
Ltd.; Vice-President, Plainview Farm-
ing., Ltd.; Director, Security Loan Co.
(all Saskatchewan charters) ; Director,
Sterling Trust Corporation (Dominion
charter) ; Director, Toronto Montreal
Properties, Ltd. (Ontario charter).
Born Elgin County, Ont, 1880, son of
Humphrey and Isabella Connor Johnson.
Educated public and high schools, Ayl-
mer, Ont. Bank clerk, H. Johnson,
Springfield, Ont., 1903-1905; financial
agent, Regina, 1905-1907; land depart-
ment, C. N. R., 1907-1908; since that
time identified with organization and
management of above named companies.
Came to Vancouver, 1912. Clubs: Re-
gina Boat; Regina Tennis and Bowling;
British Columbia Golf. Societies: A.
F. & A. M.; I. O. O. F. Recreations:
tennis, bowling, motoring, golf. Con-
servative; Methodist. Address: Glen-
coe Lodge, Vancouver, B. C.



JOHNSON, Jonas Peter — Of J. P.

Johnson & Co., Real Estate and Finan-
cial Agents, Wetaskiwin; member Exec-
utive, Wetaskiwin Board of Trade. Born
Sundsvall, Sweden, July 28, 1882. son of
Jonas and Sigurd Johnson. Educated
public and high schools, Winnipeg. As-
sociated with Swedish-Canada newspa-
per, Winnipeg, 1893-1905. Came to Al-



berta, 1906; established present busi-
ness, 1906. Married Martha Olstead,
1907; has one son and two daughters.
Society: K. P. Recreation: baseball.
Liberal; Baptist. Address: Andrews St.,
Wetaskiwin, Alta.




K. D. J. C. JOHNSON.



JOHNSON, Kenneth Day John Cath-
cart. — Manager, The Molsons Bank,
Lethbridge. Born Old Wolverton,
Buckinghamshire, England, Oct. 7, 1875,
son of John George Ventris Field and
Ellen Johnson. Came to Manitoba, 1884.
Educated St. John's College, Winnipeg.
Junior, Molsons Bank, Winnipeg, 1892;
accountant, Revelstoke, B. C, 1898; Cal-
gary, 1901; manager, Lethbridge, 1908.
Served as Sergeant 90th Battalion, Win-
nipeg, 1893-1895. Sergeant Instructor
on formation of Rocky Mountain Ran-
gers, Revelstoke, 1900. Married Anna
A. Morrison, Calgary, 1901; has three
sons. Clubs: Chinook, Curlers,

(President). Societies: A. P. & A. M.;
I. O. O. F. Recreations: hockey, foot-
ball, carling, trap and rifle shooting.
Independent Liberal; Anglican. Ad-
dress: 917 7th Ave., S., Lethbridge, Alta.



JOHNSON, Thomas Herman, B. A., M.
1. A. — Of Rothwell, Johnson & Berg-
man, Barristers, McArthur Building,
Winnipeg. Born Iceland, Feb. 12, 1870,
son of John and Margaret Johnson.
Came to Manitoba, 1879. Educated
public schools, Winnipeg; Gustavus
Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minn.
Practiced Winnipeg, 1900. Elected to
Manitoba Legislature for West Winni-
peg, 1907; re-elected, 1910. School
Trustee, Winnipeg, 1904-1907. Married
Aurora Frederickson, Winnipeg, 1898;
has two sons and one daughter. Club:
Carleton, Liberal; Lutheran. Address:
629 McDermot Ave., Winnipeg, Man.



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WHO'S WHO AND WHY




ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON.



JOHirSTOM', Adam Smith — Barrister
at Law, Solicitor, etc., 6-7 Ellis Block,
New Westminster. Born Huron County,
Ont., April 5, 1888, son of John and Mar-
garet J. Jolmston. Educated Toronto
and New Westminster. Came to British
Columbia, 1902. Read law with Howay,
Reid & Bowes; Anson Whealler; Sir
Richard McBride; J. D. Kennedy, and
Honorable W. Norman Bole, K. C. Called
to British Columbia Bar, 1910. Admitted
as partner in firm of Whiteside, Ed-
monds & Johnston, 1911; witlidrew from
firm and now practicing under own
name. Director and solicitor Western
Union Fire Insurance Company, Ltd.;
solicitor Bank of Vancouver. Cliibs:
Westminster; Conservative. Recreations;
exploring, shooting. Conservative; An-
glican. Address: 330 Third St., New
Westminster, B. C.

JOHNSTOIT, Frederick Arthur. —

Proprietor, Johnston Storage and Cart-
age Co., 114a 9th Ave., E., Calgary. Vice-
President Alberta Ice Co., Ltd.; Director
Calgary Industrial Investors, Ltd.; Pres-
ident Western Building Co., Ltd.; Direc-
tor Calgary Industrial Exhibition Co.,
Ltd.; Member Alberta Horsebreeders'
Association, Calgary Board of Trade,
Calgary Town Planning Commission and
Calgary Industrial Bureau. Born North
Wakefield, Que., Jan. 1, 1878, son
of Robert and Judith Johnston. Edu-
cated public and high scliools, Manitoba.
Clothing business, Brandon, Man., 1902-
1903; traveling representative, Hudson




F. A. JOHNSTON.

Bay Knitting Co., Montreal, 1903-1905.
Came to Calgary and established present
business, 1907. Married Bertha Clarke,
Calgary, 1907. Club: Alberta. Recrea-
tions: sports, baseball, hockey, horse
racing. Society: A. F. & A. M. Inde-
pendent; Baptist. Address: 1817 8tn
St., West Calgary, Alta.




JOHNSTON.



JOHNSTON, George Chalmers. — Of

Johnston & Spencer, Real Estate and
Financial Brokers, Vernon. Born Lon-
don, England, April 21, 1874, son of Wil-
liam and Clarissa Johnston. Educated
Christ's Hospital School, London. Came
to British Columbia, 1892. Farming,
Vancouver Island, 1892-1894; mining,
Klondyke, 1898-1901; established present



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business, 1908. Captain, B. Squadron,
Britisli Columbia Horse. City Asses-
sor, Vernon, 1910-1911; Secretary, Ver-
non Board of Trade, 1911. Married
Agnes Jessie Blacliburn, Victoria, B. C;
lias two sons and one daughter. Clubs:
Overseas, Junior Army and Navy,
(London, England). Recreation: Out-
door sports. Conservative; Anglican.
Address: Vernon, B. C.



JOHNSTON, John Kenneth, M. A., SX.
L. A. — Barrister and Solicitor, Farmer.
Born Crinan, Aldborough township, El-
gin County, Ont., June 28, 1865, son of
Duncan M. and Harriet Johnston.
Educated home school and Queen's Uni-
versity. Taught Smith's Falls high
school, 1897-1900; Vice Principal and
Principal Calgary high school, 1900-1903.
Has large interests at Kamsack, Sask.
Elected to Saskatchewan Legislature for
Pelly, 1908. Liberal;; Presbyterian.
Address: Veregin and Kamsack, Sask.



JOHNSTON, Margaret Jeannette, B.

A. — Teacher, Central Collegiate Insti-
tute, Winnipeg. Born Dublin, Ireland,
daughter of William and Margaret All-
ingham Johnston. Came to Winnipeg,
1881. Educated public schools and
Manitoba University (honors). Presi-
dent University Woman's Club; active
member Women's Musical Club; West-
ern Art Association; member board T.
W. C. A., Winnipeg, since its inception.
Recreation: Writing essays on various
subjects. Address: 361 Dufferen Ave.,
Winnipeg, Man.



JOHNSTON, ■Wilhar. — Of Johnston &
Johnston, Real Estate and Mining Brok-
ers, 563 Georgia St., Vancouver; Director
Big Interior Gold Mine; Director, Prin-
cess Royal Island Gold Mine; Director,
Gilford Pish Co.; Trustee, American
Canadian Coal Co. Born Londonderry,
N. S., March 6, 1856, son of Gardiner
and Eliza Wilson Johnston. Educated
public schools. Nova Scotia. Followed
sea twenty-flve years; Master Mariner;
Master of A. W. McLelan's ship Wave
King; took her around the world, 1884.
Married Annie Laura Dehay, Acadian
Mines, N. S., 1887; has two sons and
one daughter. Societies: A. F. & A.
M.; I. O. O. F. Recreations: Hunt-
ing, fishing. Conservative; Presbyter-
ian. Address: 1010 Alberni St., Van-
couver, B. C.

JOHNSTONE, I^eslie Ingalls, B. S.—

Lecturer Surveying and (jeodesy. Uni-
versity of Manitoba. Born St. Paul
Minn., Dec. 24, 1882, son of George and
Emma Claretta Johnstone. Educated
University of Maine. Civil and drain-
age engineer St. Cloud, Minn., 1905; in-
structor in civil engineering. University



of Maine, 1907-1910. Appointed to pre-
sent position, 1910. Married Sylvia
Grace Parker, St. Cloud, Minn., 1906.
Societies: Alpha Tau Omega Frater-
nity; A. P. & A. M. Recreations: Hunt-
ing, canoeing, baseball, tennis. Pres-
byterian. Address: Winnipeg, Man.

JOHNSTONS, Iiewis Martin, l^Ii. B. —

Of Johnstone & Ritchie, Barrister and
Solicitor, Lethbridge. Born Halifax,
Aug. 29, 1870, son of Henry Wentworth
and Teresa Frances Johnstone. Edu-
cated Stonyhurst College, England;
Mount St. Mary's College, England;
Dalhousie Universiay; Harvard Univer-
sity Law School. Practiced Halifax,
1893; came to Alberta, 1901; member
of firm Haultain, McKenzie & John-
stone, Lethbridge, 1901; practiced alone
1903-1908; present partnership formed
1908. Member of Board of Governors
University of Alberta; President Board
of Associated Charities and Children's
Relief Society, Lethbridge; Director
number of local companies. Married
Emily Mary Rigby, daughter of Charles
Rigby, M. D., Halifax, 1902. Club: Chi-
nook. Recreations: Golf, shooting,
motoring, Roman Catholic. Address;
Lethbridge, Alta.




HON. THOMAS COOKE JOHNSTONE.

JOHNSTONS, Hon. Thomas Cooke^

Born and educated in Ontario. Called to
Ontario Bar, 1876; practiced in Toronto
previous to coming West; called to
Northwest Territories Bar and practiced
in Regina for some years, during which
time was City Solicitor and Crown Pros-
ecutor; appointed Puisne Judge, Supreme
Court, Northwest Territories, 1906; as-
signed to new Province of Saskatche-
wan, 1907. Address: Regina, Sask.



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LIEUT. -COL. A. W. JONES, J. P.

JONES, X^ieutenant Colonel Arthur

W., J, p. — Financial Agent, Fort St.
Victoria. Born Branxton Vicarage, North-
umberland, England, May 23, 1851, son
of Rev. Robert Jones, Vicar of Branx-
ton and Maria Elenor Jones. Educated
Edinburgh Academy. Came to British Co-
lumbia, 1873, office of Hudson's Bay
Co., Victoria. Notary Public. Served
as District Paymaster, military district
No. 11; also Army Service and Ordnance
officer, Esquimalt; retired with honor-
ary rank of Lieutenant Colonel, after
servin;? twenty-six years militia of
Canada. Married Emma Loewen, Vic-
toria, 1899. Clubs: Union, United
Empire (London, England). Recrea-
tions: Fishing, shooting, golf. Con-
servative; Anglican. Address: 1160
Rockland Ave., Victoria, B. C.

JONES, Claude P., A. B. A. I. C—

Architect, 429 Pender St. W., Vancouver.
Born Kensington, London, England,
1879, son of William John and Eliza
Jones. Educated North London Col-
lege. Civil engineer in his father's of-
fice later taking up architecture. Came
to Canada and practiced since 190G.
Club: Commercial. Recreations: Rid-
ing, tennis. Address: Vancouver, B. C.

JONES, Clifford T.— Of Jones, Pescod
& Adams, Barristers, Calgary. Born Liv-
erpool N. S., April 19, 1873, son of
Joseph E. and Elizabeth Jones. Edu-
cated Acadia College, Wolfville, N. S.
Came to Alberta, 1893. Taught school
Banff, 1894-1898; called to Alberta Bar,
1900; Alderman five years; School Trus-
tee two years; Secretary Calgary Law
Association, 1902, 1911; President Cal-
gary Law Association, 1912; President
Archaeological Society, 1913; Chairman
Legislative Committee City Planning
Commission; Secretary Liberal Associa-
tion, 1908. Married Elizabeth J. White,
Banff, 1901; has one son and four daugh-
ters. Society: I. O. O. F. Liberal. Ad-
dress: 2243 Prospect Ave., Calgary, Alta.



JONES, Eva Lilian, Z;. Im. A. — Prin-
cipal Havergal College, Winnipeg.
Born London, England, daughter of
John W. and Jane Archer Jones. Edu-
cated London; Paris; Gerany; St. An-
drew's University; Dlplomee, Paris;
head of the day school, Havegal Col-
lege, Toronto, 1902-1906. Came to
Manitoba, 1906. President Winnipeg
Women's Canadian Club, 1910-1911;
member of executive Playgrounds As-
sociation; member University Women's
Club; Western Art Association. An-
glican. Address: Havergal College,
Winnipeg, Man.




GOMER PHILIP JONES.



JONES, Gomer Philip. — General Super-
intendent Hedley Gold Mining Co., and
Daly Reduction Co., Ltd., Hedley; Man-
ager Similkameen Water Works. Born
Ballarrat, Australia, Sept. 20, 1866, son
of Evan Philip and Sarah Jones. Edu-
cated Bendigo School of Mines, Victoria,
Australia. Apprentice, Victoria, 1882-
1888; foreman. Brown Mining Co., New
South Wales, 1889; mechanical engineer.
Broken Hill Water Works, New South
Wales, 1889-1891; various mining as-
sociations. United States, 1891-1900.
Served with Fourth Batallion, Victorian
Militia, Bendigo, Australia, six years.
Married Minnie McCutcheon, daughter
of David McCutcheon, 1894; has one son
and one daughter. Society: A. F. &
A. M. Recreation: Golf. Conser-
vative; Presbyterian. Address: Hed-
ley, B, C.



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WHO'S WHO AND WHY



JONES, James Bobert, M. B., Im. B.
C. P. — Physician. Born Toronto, Feb.
15, 1848, son of Tliomas and EJliza Jones.
Educated Toronto; London, England.
Practiced Winnipeg, 1881. Consulting
physician, Winnipeg General Hospital,
St. Boniface, and Children's Hospital.
Club: Manitoba. Conservative; An-
glican. Address: 47 Osborne St.,
Winnipeg, Man.



JONBS, James "William. — Manager
and Secretary-Treasurer Central Okana-
gan Land & Orchard Co., Ltd., Kelowna;
Vice-President Thomas Lawson Co.,
Ltd.; President Jones, Copeland & Mc-
Neill Land Co., Ltd., Grenfell, Sask;
Director Central Okanagan Lands,
Ltd.; Director Kelowna Irrigation
Co., Ltd.; Director Kelowna Hospi-
tal. Born Utica, Ont., Sept. 21, 1869,
son of James and Tryphena Jones. Edu-
cated high schools, Uxbridge and Port
Perry, Ont. General merchant, Gren-
fell, 1888-1907. Came to British Co-
lumbia, established present business
1907. Alderman, Kelowna, 1910-1911.
President Kelowna Board of Trade. Mar-
ried Addie M. Bird, 1893; has one son
and three daughters. Club: Kelowna.
Society: A. F. & A. M. Recreation:
Travel. Conservative; Methodist. Ad-
dress: Kelowna, B. C.



JONES, Honorable Joliu Edward, US.
D., I^. 3^. B. — United States Consul Gen-
eral, Winnipeg. Born Virginia, United
States, Feb. 21. 1869, son of John W.
and Kate J. Jones. Educated Columbia
University; National Law School, grad-
uate of both medicine and law. Edi-
torial staff Washington Star eighteen
years. Delegate Republican National
Convention, representing Washington,
1900; Assistant Secretary Republican
National Committee; opened first con-
sulate-general in Manchuria, and opened
consulate at Dalny. Came to Winni-
peg, 1907. Member executive Manitoba
Game Protective Association. Married
Hilda Virginia Tyssowski, Washington,
D. C, 1902; has one son and two daugh-
ters. Clubs: University (Washing-
ton); Manitoba. Recreations: Ama-
teur athletics. Address: 72 Donald
St., Winnipeg, Man.



JONES, Jolin James. — Managing Di-
rector Westminster Trust & Safe De-
posit Co., Ltd., Columbia and Bigbie St.,
New Westminster; President Okanagan
Telephone Co., Ltd.; President Elk Creek
Waterworks Co., Ltd. Born Carnarvon-
shire, North Wales, Nov. 1, 1854, son of




JOHN JAMES JONES.

John and Ann Jones. Came to Canada,
1882. Slate inspector, New Rockland
Slate Co., Richmond, Que., 1882-1885; slate
roofing contractor, Quebec Province,
1885-1891. Came to British Columbia,
1891. Married Ellen Owen, daughter
of Captain Owen, Bangor, North Wales,
1877; has two sons and three daughters.
Club: Westminster. Conservative;

Anglican. Address: 52 Blackwood
St., New Westminster, B. C.

JONES, Stanley ILivingstone, B. A. —

Of Lent & Jones, Barrister, McDougall
Block, Calgary. Born Wolfville, N. S.,
June 16, 1878, son of Elizabeth B. and
Joseph E. Jones, B. A. Educated Hor-
ton Academy and Acadia University.
Came to Alberta, 1901; practiced as
member of firm Lent & Jones, Calgary,
1905. President Canadian South Afri-
can Veterans Association, Calgary; Sec-
retary Alberta Provincial Liberal As-
sociation. Served as private with Roy-
al Canadians, South African War, 1899-
1901; (medal and four clasps). Mar-



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