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dress: Carlton and Assiniboine Ave.,
Winnipeg, Man.

KEMFTOIT, Alouzo Powler. — Manager
of Occidental Fire Insurance Co., Mana-
ger Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co.,
Wawanesa. Born Harmony Mills, N. S.,
Feb. 11, 1863, son of Richard and La-
vinia Kempton. Educated Milton

Academy. Worked various capacities
United States and Mexico, 1879-1887,
during which period visited Manitoba
twice; settled permanently Manitoba,
1887; insurance agent, Glenboro. 1888;
came to Wawanesa, 1895; founded Wa-
wanesa Mutual Insurance Co., 1896;
founded Occidental Fire Insurance Co.,
1902; manages both companies. Is also
interested in Wawanesa Wagon Seat
Co., and Souris Valley Land Co. Mar-
ried Samantha Preston, St. John, N. D.,
1889; has two sons and three daughters.
Club: Brandon. Societies: A. F. &

A. M., I. O. O. F., K. of P. Recrea-
tion: Motoring. Conservative; Pro-
testant. Address, Wawanesa, Man.

■KENHAImTm, John. — Of Kendall, Sewell
& Co., City Auditors, Exchange Building,
Vancouver. Born Nottinghamshire,
England, Oct. 18, 1873, son of Richard
Reed and Mary Kendall. Educated
privately and Nottingham University.
Chartered accountant, London, England,
1895. Came to British Columbia 1902.
Vice-president Institute of Chartered
Accountants; Vice-President Vancouver
Stock Exchange. Married Gertrude
Skipworth; has one son. Clubs: West-
ern, Royal Colonial Institution of Lon-
don. Recreations: Football, rowing.
Address: 2294 5th Ave., Vancouver,

B. C.

KENDAi;!., Montag-u Charles — Of Kan-
dall & Mason, Real Estate and Insurance
Broker, Penticton; Director Okanogan
Valley Trust Co., Ltd. Born Surrey, Eng-
land, Aug. 3, 1874, son of Henry J. B. and
Georgina I. Kendall. Educated: Hailey-
bury College. Came to British Columbia,
1897; cattle ranching, Trout Creek, 1897-
1902; member of firm, Stillingfleet, Eraser
& Kendall, real estate brokers, Pentic-
ton, 1905-1906; in business by himself,
1906-1908; present partnership formed,
1908. Conservative; Anglican. Address:
Penticton, B. C.

KENNEDY, Charles William Nassau.

— Real Estate and Financial Agent. Born
Oct. 31, 1866, son of Honorable William
Nassau and Mary Ann Kennedy. Edu-
cated public schools and St. John's Col-
lege, Winnipeg. Married daughter of
Thomas D. Robinson, Winnipeg, 1891;
has two sons and two daughters. Prot-
estant. Address: Winnipeg, Man.

KENNEDV, Eleanor Eliza. — Widow of
Captain William Kennedy, the famous
Arctic explorer. Born South Audley St.,
London, England, daughter of William
and Hannah Cripps. Educated Clif-
ton and London. Married Captain Ken-
nedy, London, England, 1859; has one
son and one daughter. Came to Mani-
toba (then Red River settlement), 1861.
Went to Oak Point, Lake Manitoba, the
same year to work under auspices of
Canadian Church Missionary Society.
Found well-established Roman Catholic
Mission and Anglican clergyman in the
field. After a winter strenuously
spent in teaching and ministering to
the wants of many natives there, went
back and settled with her husband in
the parish of St. Andrew's, Man., hav-
ing been deterred by the outbreak of
the Sioux massacre in Minnesota from
returning to England; after the death
of Captain Kennedy, 1890, moved to
Virden, 1891, where she still resides.
Recreations: Music, singing, drawing,
painting. Anglican. Address: Vir-
den, Man.


KENNEDY, Georg-e. — Of Kennedy
Bros., Real Estate and Financial Brok-
ers, New Westminster. Born New West-
minster, Aug. 11, 1859, son of James and
Caroline Kennedy. Educated public
and high schools. New Westminster.
Editor The Columbian, New Westmin-
ster, 188 8-1900; Postmaster New West-
minster, 1900-1910. Liberal; Presby-
terian. Address: 220 Second St.,
New Westminster, B. C.




KENNEDY, Georffe AUan, M. B. — Phy-
sician and Surgeon. Born Dundas, Ont.,
April 16, 1858, son of Thomas and Jane
Allan Kennedy. Educated Collegiate
Institute, Dundas and St. Catharine's,
Toronto University. Came to North-
west Territories, 1878; surgeon Royal
Northwest Mounted Police, 1878-1887;
present practice, 1887; surgeon C. P. R.
since 1897; President Northwest Medi-
cal Council for two years; President
Council College of Physicians and Sur-
geons of Alberta, 1907; member of Sen-
ate, Alberta University, two years; ap-
pointed Governor of same, 1911. Mar-
ried Alice Maude Allen, daughter of
William Cox Allen, M. P., of Cornwall,
Ont., 1883; has one son and one daugh-
ter. Society: A. F. & A. M. Recrea-
tions: Golf, motoring, polo. Independ-
ent; Anglican adherent. Address: Mac-
Leod, Alta,

KENNEDV, George B., Ph. M. B. — Of

Kennedy & Alexander. Real Estate and
Insurance Agents, 204 Ninth Ave., W.,
Calgary. Born Mount Brydges, Ont.,
March 25, 1869, son of Rev. James and
Eva Kennedy. Educated Collegiate In-
stitute, St. Mary's, Ont.; Ontario Col-
lege of Pharmacy. Clerk, Saunders &
Co., London, Ont, 1889-1896; drug busi-
ness on his own account, Ottawa, 1896-
1902; came to Alberta, 1902; real estate
business, Carstairs, Alta., 1902-1909;
drug stores, Carstairs and Camrose,
Alta., 1902-1909; established present
business, 1910. Member Calgary Board
of Trade. Ex-President and Secretary
Conservative Association, Carstairs.
Married Delia Louise McDowell, Bow-
manville, Ont, 1900; has one son and


one daughter. Society: A, F. & A. M.
Conservative; Methodist. Address: 914
Sixteenth Ave. W., Calgary, Alta.

KBNNESV, Hugh — Manager Dominion
Trust Co., Ltd., 909 Government St, Vic-
toria; member Victoria Board of "Trade.
Born Acton, Ont., Feb. 16, 1872, son of
Alexander and Margaret McKinnon Ken-
nedy. Educated: Guelph Collegiate Insti-
tute; studied music with W. E. Haslam.
Choir conductor Metropolitan Methodist
Church, Toronto, prior to coming to Brit-
ish Columbia, 1903; engaged in real estate
business, 1910; present position since 1911.
Married Annie Josepliine Lawlor, 1906.
Clubs: Canadian; Pacific. Recreation:
motoring. Liberal; Presbyterian. Address:
Victoria, B. C.


KBNNBDV, James Backham, ex-M.

P. — Lumber Merchant. Born Bytown,
Ont, Feb. 23, 1844, son of Donald and
Janet Kennedy. Educated Bytown pub-
lic schools. Farmed 1856-1867, when



engagred lumber business, Ottawa, 1867-
1877. Came to Westminster, 1877. Mem-
ber Royal Agricultural and Industrial
Association, Board of Control, Pilot
Board and School Board for many years.
Was member City Council two years;
Provincial Legislature, for New West-
minster City, 1894-1898; House of Com-
mons, for New Westminster,. 1904-1908.
Married Josephine E. De Beck, 1880 (de-
ceased) ; married Mrs. Mary Adelaide
Lloyd, Winnipeg, 1891; has one son. Lib-
eral; Presbyterian. Address: 245 Colum-
bia St., E., New Westminster, B. C.

KENITED'X', James Crou, C. E. — Con-
sulting Hydraulic Engineer, 413 Pacific
Building, Vancouver. Born Ottawa,
May 13, 1853, son of William and Agnes
Stark Kennedy. Educated public and
grammar schools, Owen Sound, Ont.
Engineer construction of Ottawa Water-
works, 1873-1876; assistant engineer
Toronto Waterworks construction, 1876-
1877; manufacturing business, Owen
Sound, 1877-1886; installed waterworks
system New Glasgow, N. S., 1887; City
Engineer, Owen Sound, 1888-1891, con-
struction engineer, sewer system. New
Glasgow, 1891-1892; construction sewer
system, Peterboro, Ont., 1896-1898; con-
structing water power plant for Peter-
boro Electric Co., 1898-1899; reconstruct-
ed power plant, Brantford Electric Co.,
1900; engineer, reconstruction Chambly
dam. Royal Electric Co., Montreal, 1900-
1902; engineer, construction of water-
works and sewer system, Hawkesbury,
Ont, 1902-1903; management Cement
Works, Owen Sound, Ont, 1904-1906;
engineers on . construction of pulp and
paper ntiill, St. Raymond, Que., 1906;
charge of Stave Lake Power W orks ,
1906-1909; private practice, Vancouver,
since 1909. Married Annie Bishop,
Owen Sound, Ont, 1882; has four sons
and one daughter. Liberal; Baptist.
Address: 1710 Nelson St., Vancouver,
B. C.

KENirilDY, Uames Henry, C. E. —

Chief Engineer Vancouver, Victoria &
Eastern Railway & Navigation Co.,
Vancouver, since 1901. Born Carleton
County, Ont., March 3, 1852, son of John
and Isabella Kennedy. Educated To-
ronto University; School of Practical
Science, Toronto. Member Can. Soc. C.
E., 1887; Am. Soc. C. E., 1900; civil engi-
neer, C. P. R., 1882, 1886; enginer Temis-
couta Ry., 1887; on location and con-
struction of Great Northern Railway-

through Rocky Mountains, 1888-1892;
resident engineer Great Northern/ Rail-
way, 1892; resident engineer Soo Line,
Dakota, 1893-1894. Came to British Co-
lumbia, 1897. Married Annie Huntley,
Toronto, 1884; has two sons and one
daughter. Baptist. Address: 1215 11th
Ave., W., Vancouver, B. C.


KENNEDY, John A. — ^Vice-President
Grain Growers Grain Co., Keewayden
Building, Winnipeg. Born Orillia, Ont,
Sept. 13, 1854, son of Donald and Mary
Kennedy. Educated public schools,
Orillia. Engaged in farming near
Orillia, 1878. Came to Manitoba, 1895;
farmed near Swan River seven years.
Owns farm at Rosser, Man.; dealer
registered Shorthorn cattle. Came to
Winnipeg, 1906; original promoter,
Grain Growers' Grain Co.; Vice-Presi-
dent, 1910. Reeve municipality of Swan
River, 1895. Married Mary McDonald,
Orillia, 1877; has four sons and three
daughters. Recreations: Lacrosse,

rowing. Non-partisan; Roman Cath-
olic. Address: 480 Spence St., Winni-
peg, Man.

KENNERI;E7, l^eonard Harry — Real
Estate Broker. Born Staffordshire, Eng-
land, Jan. 30, 1884, son of William S.
and Annie Hawley Kennerley. Edu-
cated: London, England. Engaged sur-
vey work, Victoria, Australia, 1901-04;
stock raising, Australia 1904-06; sub-
sequently member of firm, Mitchell-Ken-
nerly, book and magazine publishers,
New York. Came to Alberta, 1907; es-
tablished present business 1910. Mar-




ried Celia Block, New York, 1909; has
one daughter. Club: Alberta. Recrea-
tions: polo, outdoor sports. Liberal:
Anglican. Address: 331 13th Ave., E.,
Calgary, Alta.

KER, Walter Henry — Of Brackman,
Ker and Co., 41 Pender St., W., Van-
couver. Born Victoria, Aug. 21, 1859,
son of Robert James and Jessie Ker.
Educated Victoria public schools. Clerk,
Victoria, 1890. Married Annie Eliza-
beth Shopland, Vancouver, 1906; has
one son. Club: Terminal City. Recre-
ation: fishing. Address: 1267 Pendrill
St., Vancouver, B. C.

KESGXN, W^illiam Thomas, M. D.,
Ex-M. Ii. A. — Physician. Born St. Cath-
arines Ont., May 17, 1876, son of Wil-
liam Henry and Margaret Kergin. Edu-
cated St. Catharines College Institute;
Toronto University. Came to Port
Simpson, B. C, practiced medicine, 1902.
Elected to British Columbia Legislature,
for Skeena District, 1907; moved to
Prince Rupert, 1910. Married Fannie
A. Stevenson; has two sons and one
daughter. Recreations: motor boating,
hunting. Address: Prince Rupert, B. C.

KERMAN, Herbert Charles — Sheriff,
Grand Forks and Greenwood Electoral
Districts, since 1904; director. Grand
Forks Orchard Co., Ltd., partner, River-
side Nurseries. Born Winthrope, Lin-
colnshire, England, Nov. 30, 1864, son
of Dymoke and Jane Kerman. Edu-
cated: Lincoln Grammar School; Vienna,
Austria. With Royal Northwest Mount-
ed Police, Fort Walsh and Maple Creek,
1882-1886; proprietor, Grimbsy Nurser-
ies, Grimsby, Ont., 1886-1900. Came to

British Columbia 1900; interested nur-
sery business since. Married Margaret
Muir, Grimsby, 1890; has two daugh-
ters. Society: A. F. & A. M. Conserv-
ative; Presbyterian. Address: Grand
Forks. B. C.

KEBMODE, Francis — Curator Provin-
cial Museum, Victoria. Born Liverpool,
England, June 26, 1874, son of Edward
George and Elizabeth Kermode. Edu-
cated Liverpool and Victoria. Came to
British Columbia, 1883. Appointed As-
sistant Curator, 1890; Curator, 1904.
Married Margaret Allan Fowler, Van-
couver; has one son and one daughter.
Club: Canadian; Societies: American As-
sociation of Museums; American Ornith-
ologists' Union; Na-tional Geographic;
Natural History of British Columbia.
Address: Victoria, B. C.

KERB, Frank. — Chief License Inspec-
tor and Relief Officer for City of Win-
nipeg. Born Duntroon, Ont., July 1,
1866, son of James and Ann Kerr. Edu-
cated public schools, Banda, Ont. Came
to Winnipeg, 1892: appointed to present
offices, 1905; member council Associated
Charities; ex-sergeant Winnipeg City
Police. Served as sergeant, 36th Battal-
ion, Ontario. Married Marion Tryphosa
McCrindle, Winnipeg, 1895; has one son
and one daughter. Society: I. O. O. F.
Conservative; Presbyterian. Address: 218
Balmoral St., Winnipeg, Man.


KERR, Isaac K., Jr., — Real Estate and
Financial Broker; treasurer and director
Calgary Milling Co., Ltd. Born Eau
Claire, Wis., April 20, 1883; son of
Isaac K. and Clara E. Kerr. Educated:
public and high schools. Accountant,
Calgary Milling Co., 1904; treasurer and
director, 1911; established present busi-
ness, 1911. Member, Calgary Board of
Trade. Married Catherine Josephine
McCarthy, Milwaukee, Wis., 1908; has
one son and one daughter. Conserva-
tive; Anglican. Address: Calgary, Alta.


D. R. KBR.

KEB, David Bussell — President The
Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd., Millers,
1420 Broad St., Victoria; branches: "Van-
couver, New Westrninster, Nelson, Ross-
land, Strathcona, Calgary; Director Brit-
ish Columbia Trust Co. Born Victoria,
Oct. 2, 1862, son of Robert and Jessie
Russell Ker. Educated Collegiate* School,
Victoria. Employe of Henry Brackman,
North Saanich, 1878; later admitted to

partnersliip and firm incorporated under
present name. President British Colum-
bia Board of Trade, 1896-1897; ex-presi-
dent Victoria Agricultural Association;
vice-president Royal Agricultural So-
ciety. Married Agnes Heisterman, 1893;
has two sons and two daughters. Clubs:
Union, Pacific, Victoria Golf. Society:
A. F. & A. "M. Conservative; Anglican.
Address: Kershaugh, Victoria, B. C. -




KERR, lorence V. — President Kerr
Co., Real Sstate and Financial Brokers,
Northern Bank Bldg., Regina; President
Kerr Patton Coal Co.; Director Diamond
Coal Co., Ltd.; President Western Hos-
pital and Accident Insurance Co.; Presi-
dent R. J. Leckie Co., Ltd.; Director
Twin City Fire Insurance Co., Minneapo-

lis. Born Stratford, Ont, June 30, 1884,
son of David and Elizabeth Holmes Kerr.
EMucated: Woodstock Collegiate Institute.
Came to Saskatoon, 1902. Married Muriel
Buck, 1910; has one daughter. Club: As-
siniboia. Societies: A. F. & A. M. ; Shrin-
ers; Elks. Recreation: horses. Liberal;
Presbyterian. Address: Regina, Sask.



KXIRR, Isaac Kendall (retired) — Pres-
ident of The Bau Claire & Bow River
Lumber Company; president Calgary
Water Power Company, Ltd.; president
The Calgary Milling Co., Ltd.; president
Calgary Natural Gas Company, Ltd.
Born Clarence, County Russell, Ont.,
June 29, 1841; son of Isaac and Jane
Edgar Kerr. Educated public schools.
Engaged flour milling under the firm
name of Cameron, Cummins & Kerr,
Vankleek Hill, Ont., 1864. Came to Eau
Claire, Wis., 1869; engaged lumber busi-
ness, 1871-1901. Organized The Eau
Claire & Bow River Lumber Company,
with head office in Eau Claire, Wis.,
1883, which company purchased timber
limits on the Bow, Spray and Kanan-
askis rivers, Alberta. This company
built a sawmill, Calgary, 1886. The
Calgary Water Power Co., Ltd., organ-
ized under the same management, 1889.
Address: Calgary, Alta.

KESI^EV, jrohxi — Mine manager, Can-
adian Collieries (Dunsmuir, Ltd.), Cum-
berland. Born Motherwell, Lanark-
shire, Scotland, June 8, 1863, son of
James and Sarah Kesley. Educated
Oraigneuk school. Miner, Motherwell,
1875; subsequently engaged in mining,
Prontenac, Kansas. Came to British
Columbia and engaged with Wellington
Collieries, Wellington, 1883; Cumber-
land, 1895; manager Alexander mine,
1902; present position, 1907. Vice-pres-
ident Cumberland and Union Water
Works. Married Mary Scott, Nanaimo,
1892; has two daughters. Society: L
O. O. F. Address: Union, Cumberland,
B. C.


KETCHEN, Major Huntly Douglas
Brodie— L. S. H. (R. C). Born Shola-
pore, India, May 22, 1872, son of Major-
General James and J. Lumsden Ketchen.
Educated Wellington College and Royal
Military College, Sandhurst, England.
Second Lieutenant, British Imperial
Army, 1890. Came to Canada, 1894.
Served R. M. C, Sandhurst, 1889; Lieu-
tenant Imperial Army, 1890; Northwest
Mounted Police, 1894; Lieutenant Stratn-
cona's Horse, South Africa, 1900; B
Squadron, R. C. Dragoons, 1901; C. M.
Rifles, 1901; R. C. M. R., 1902; Acting
District Staff Adjutant, 1904; Adjutant,
R C. M. R., 1904; Strathcona's Horse
Royal Canadians, 1909; D. S. A., Military
District No 10, 1909 to 1911; Adjutant
of Mounted Troops Canadian Corona-
tion Contingent, 1911; Major commana-
ing B Squadron, L. S. H. (R. C), May 1,
1912. Medals, South Africa, Queen's
with three clasps; Coronation Medal,
1911. Married Margaret Elizabeth Rod-
inson, Regina, 1905; has two sons.
Clubs: Manitoba, Western Canada Mili-
tary Institute. Recreations: shooting,
motoring, riding. Anglican. Address:
111 Nassau St.. Winnipeg, Man.

KEVES, J. P. — Managing Director
Powell River Paper Co., Ltd., 312 Winch
Bldg., Vancouver. Born Winona, Minn.,
March 19, 1868, son of John and Angel-
Ine E. Keyes. Educated University of
Michigan. Lumberman, St. Paul, Minn.,
1894. Came to British Columbia, 1910.
Married Jennie D. Dudgeon, Newark, N.
J., has one son and one daughter. Rec-
reation: tennis. Address: 1860 Nelson
St., Vancouver, B. C.



XICKBVSH, Frederick Charles — Farm-
er. Born Rostock, Germany, March 28,
1859, son of William and Ida Kickbush.
Educated Rostock. Sailor, merchant
service; holds master mariner's certifi-
cate. Came to British Columbia, 1884;
Chilliwack, 1888, of which town was
reeve, four years. President Chilliwack
Co-operative Creamery Co., seven years.
Married Cynthia A. Huck, Chilliwack;
lias two sons. Societies: A. F. & A. M.;
K. of P.; I. O. F. Address: Chilliwack,
B. C.

KIDDIE, Thomas — Consulting Metal-
lurgist, 448 Seymour St., Vancouver.
Born North Shields, England, Dec. 20,
1855, son of John and Margaret Martin
Kiddie. Educated: public schools; Els-
wick Mechanics Institute. With Bede
Metal & Chemical Co., Jarrow-on-Tyne,
1872-1882; instructor chemistry and met-
allurgy. Science and Art School, New-
castle-on-Tyne and Jarrow Mechanics
Institute, 1879-1882; chemist, Orford
Copper & Nickel Co., Bergen Point, N.
J., 1882-1888; superintendent, W. A.
Clark smelter, San Pedro, N. M., 1888-
1891; manager, London Mine, Park Coun-
ty, Colo., 1891; Orford Copper & Nickel
Co., 1893; built smelter for Van Anda
Copper Co., 1898; designed and built
smelter, Tyee Copper Co., Ladysmith,
B. C, 1902; manager, Northport Smelter,
1907-1910. Patentee for process for sep-
aration of arsenic bismuth, etc., from
copper solutions; patentee of a gravity
discharge boat for the carrying and au-
tomatic discharging of the cargo, adapt-
ed for ores, coal and other loose or bulk
materials. Hot blast furnace for smelt-
ing ore, bricking and roasting of fine
ore and concentrates, etc. Author of
"The Combination," method for the esti-
mation of silver and gold in copper,
mattes, bullion, etc. Married Hannah
Elizabeth Hogg, North Shields, 1881; has
two sons. Societies: A. F. & A. M. ;
Canadian Mining Institute; American In-
stitute of Mining Engineers. Conserva-
tive; Protestant. Address: 884 Bute St.,
Vancouver, B. C.

EII^BOVBN, Frederick Auhrey — Of

Kilbourn-Newton, Ltd., Real Estate and
Financial Brokers, McNaughton Block.
Calgary; director, Woodcrafts, Ltd.
Born Invermay, Ont., Jan. 31, 1879, son
of Margaret Antoinette and John M.
Kilbourn, K. C. Educated: public and
high schools, Ontario. Law student with
Kilbourn & Kilbourn, Owen Sound, Ont.;
banking, Lakefleld, Ont., 1901-08; sec-
retary-treasurer, Lakefleld Portland Ce-
ment Co., Ltd., 1908-10. Member of Cal-
gary Board of Trade. Married Jessie
Gertrude Adley, Calgary, 1911. Club:
Alberta, Calgary; Engineers (Montreal).
Recreations: outdoor sports. Liberal;
Anglican. Address: 903 Fifteenth Ave.,
W., Calgary, Alta,

KHmGOVB,, James Frederick, B. A.,
Iil«. B. — Of Kilgour & Buckingham,

Barristers, Hamilton Provident Cham-
bers, Brandon. Born Hillsburgh, Ont.,
Jan. 22, 1874 son of John W. and So-
phia Kilgour. Educated Toronto Uni-
versity; Osgoode Hall. Called to On-
tario bar 1896; practiced Guelph, Ont.,
1896-1901. Came to Brandon, 1901, and
practiced there since. Married Geills
McCrae, Guelph, 1905; has two daugh-
ters. Liberal. Address: 504 15th St.,
Brandon, Man.


KII.I.AM, CecU, M. A., B. C. I^., I^I^.

M. — Of Macdonell, Killam & Farris,
Barristers and Solicitors, 744 Hastings
St., Vancouver; secretary- treasurer, Van-
couver Law Society; director. Dominion
Hospital; director, Pythian Hall Co.;
director British Columbia Mining & De-
velopment Co. Born Yarmouth, N. S.,
Feb. 6, 1877, son of Frank and Ellen
Hood Killam. Educated: Mount Allison
University, Dalhousie University, Colum-
bia University. Came to British Co-
lumbia and called to bar, 1900; practiced
alone, Vancouver, 1901; member of firm
Martin & Deacon, 1901-02; Martin &
Killam, 1902-04; Killam & Farris, 1904-
08; present firm formed, 1908. Married
Edith Deinsteadt; has one daughter.
Club: University. Society: K. of P. Rec-
reations: golf, tennis, football. Liberal;
Methodist. Address: 1222 Nelson St.,
Vancouver, B. C.



KXl^KAM, Georg-e Knig-ht, M. A. — Of

Allan, Killam & McKay, Financial
Agents, 222 Bannantyne Ave., Winnipeg.
Born Windsor, Ont, July 4, 1878, son
of late Mr. Justice Albert Clements Kil-
lam, Chairman of Railway Commission
of Canada, and Minnie Killam. Edu-
cated All Saints' School; Manitoba Col-
lege. Solicitor, 1903. Entered firm of
W. R. Allan & Co., 1904. Clubs: Mani-
toba; St. Charles Country. Recreation:
polo. Liberal; Anglican. Address, 1 Ros-
lyn Road, Winnipeg, Man.

XIIiMISB, John H., C. E. — Of Kilmer &
Holland, Civil Engineers, 524 Pender St.,
W., Vancouver. Born Warkworth, Ont.,
July 22, 1861, son of Edward and Jane
Ford Kilmer. Educated: public and high
schools, Walkerton; Toronto University;
School of Science, Toronto. Mercantile
business, Ca.lifornia, 1877; surveying,
California, 1880; attendant Toronto Uni-
versity, 1883-1884; engineering corps,
C. P. R., 1884-1885; surveyor and engi-
neer, California, 1885-1899; mercantile
business, Durham, Ont., 1889-1897. Came
to British Columbia and engaged pros-
pecting, etc., 1898. Assistant City En-
gineer, Vancouver, 1900-1906; surveying
and engineering business with Col.
Tracy, 1906-1910; present firm formed,
1910. Married Amy B. Root, Plumas,
Cal., 1888; has one son and two daugh-
ters. Clubs: Imperial; Vancouver;
United Service. Societies: A. F. & A.
M.; I. O. F. ; C. O. F. Conservative;
Anglican. Address: 1054 Alberni St.,
Vancouver, B. C.

Kr&Z'ATBICK, Thomas — District Su-
perintendent, C. P. R., Revelstoke; Pres-
ident, Revelstoke Hospital Assn. Born
Simcoe, Ont. April 27, 1857, son of
James and Elizabeth Netherly Kilpat-
rick. Educated: privately and at public
schools. Engaged on bridge construc-
tion, C. P. R., North Shore Lake Super-
ior, 1884; bridge construction foreman,
C. P. R., British Columbia, 1885-1893;
bridge building superintendent, C. P. R.,-
Revelstoke, 1893-1901: district superin-
tendent, Revelstoke, since 1901. Alder-
man, Revelstoke, first council, 1899-1900;
Mayor, 1901; school trustee, 1912. Mar-
ried Elsie McKinnon, 1"903; has two sons
and two daughters. Club: Revelstoke
(president since organization). Recrea-
tion: travel. Conservative; Anglican.
Address: Revelstoke, B. C.

KIMBAIiI^, Don 1. — Secretary and
manager. Alberta British Columbia Land
Co., Ltd.. Sherlock Bldg., Lethbridge.
Born Meadville, Utah, May 7, 1887, son
of Jed and Eleanor Kimball. Educated:
public and high schools, Utah. Came to
Alberta, 1898. Salesman, Bell Piano Co.,

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