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Taber, Alta., 1907; salesman, Williams
J'iano Co., Calgary, 1907-1911; estab-


lished present business, 1911. Married
Lottie Perry, Raymond, Alta., 1906; has
one son and two daughters. Liberal;
Anglican. Address: Lethbridge, Alta.

KINAHAN', Thomas H. — ^Vice-Presi-
dent and Manager, Standard Investment
Co., Ltd., 113 2nd Ave., S., Saskatoon.
Born Huron County, Ont., Jan. 13, 1880,
son of William and Margaret Gallaher
Kinahan. Educated public schools, Hu-
ron County. Carpenter and builder,
Brandon, 1903-1904; accountant's depart-
ment, C. P. R., Calgary, 1904; real estate
business. Bitter Root, Montana, 1905;
came to Saskatoon, 1910; established
present business, 1911. Married Eliza-
beth Scully, 1911. Societies: K. of C;
C. O. F. Liberal; Roman Catholic. Ad-
dress: Saskatoon, Sask.

KING-, Frederick Evan, !>., M. D. — '

Dentist, 208 Hastings St., Vancouver.
Born Chipman, N. B., July 27, 1878, son
of Hon. Senator George Gerald King and
Esther King. Educated Tufft's Dental
College, Boston, Mass. Came to British
Columbia, 1892. Dentist, Cranbrook, B.
C, 1892-1908. Vancouver, since 1908.
Married Mary Keith, Moncton, N. B.,
1904; has two daughters. Club: Ter-
minal City. Recreations: curling, la-
crosse. Address: 1031 Bidwell St., Van-
couver, B. C.

KING, G. C. — Postmaster, Calgary.
Born Chelmsford, Essex, England, April
23, 1848, son of Edward and Mary King.
Educated Hunt's private school, Spring-
field. Groceries and dry goods, Faken-
ham, Norfolk, 1863. Came to Alberta,
1874. Married Louisa Munro, Calgary,
1879; has two sons and two daughters.
Address: 714 Fifteenth Ave., W., Cal-
gary, Alta.



XZNO, Harry De Wolfe, 1.1^. B. — Of

Livingston, Garrett & King, Barristers,
536 Hastings St., Vancouver. Born Ot-
tawa, Jan. 15, 1872, son of James Wyett
and Agnes King. Educated Dalhousie
University. Practiced, Halifax. Came
to British Columbia, 1900. Captain, 6th
D. C. O. Rifles. Club: Terminal City.
Recreation: yachting. Address: 764 Car-
dero St., Vancouver, B. C.

J. H. KING, M. D., C. M.

KING, James H., M. D., C. M. — Of Drs.
King & Green, Physician and Surgeon,
Cranbrook. President, King Lumber
Mills Co., Ltd.; president, Cranbrook
Electric Light Co., Ltd.; director, Koote-
nay Telephones Co., Ltd. Born Chip-
man, N. B., Jan. 18, 1872, son of Hon.
G. G. and Esther Briggs King. Educated
St. Martin's Academy; McGill University.
Practiced, Andover and St. John, N. B.,
1895-1898. Came to British Columbia,
1898. Practiced, Cranbrook since. Vice-
President Graduates' Society, McGill
University, 1908. Attended Western Con-
gress of Medicine and Surgery, Buda-
pest, Hungary, 1909, and on this occa-
sion was presented at theAustrian Court.
Represented Cranbrook, British Colum-
bia Legislature, 1903-1907; unsuccessful
candidate for Kootenay to House of
Commons, 1911. Married May Nellie
Sadler, Maple View, N. B., 1907. So-
cieties: A. F. & A. M.; I. O. O. F.; K. of
P. Liberal; Baptist. Address: Cran-
brook, B. C.

RING, William Robertson — Of W. R.

King & Co., Departmental stores, Pentic-
ton. Born Angus, Ont, Jan. 25, 1876,

son of John and Mary Ann King. Edu-
cated: public schools, Cookstown. Came
to British Columbia, 1895; bookkeeper,
Gordon Drysdale Co., Vancouver, 1895-
1908; working for transportation and
general trading concerns, Alaska Com-
mercial Co., Northern Commercial Co.,
North American Transportation & Trad-
ing Co., Alaska and Yukon, 1897-1907;
established present business, 1907. Mar-
ried Mabel Abbie Blair, Vancouver, 1906;
has three sons. Presbyterian. Address:
Penticton, B. C.

KING, William S. — Real Estate Agent,
McArthur Bldg., Winnipeg. Born On-
tario, May 30, 1879, son of John and
Mary A. King. Educated Mt. Forest and
Toronto. Came to Winnipeg, 1901; es-
tablished present business, 1902. Presi-
dent, Weir Building Co.; director, Win-
nipeg Taxicab Co. Recreation: motor-
ing, Presbyterian. Address: Casa Loma
Block, Winnipeg, Man.

KINGHAM, J. — Of J. Kingham & Co.,
Financial Brokers, 1203 Broad St., Vic-
toria. Born Beaconsfield, England, Feb.
22, 1866, son of Josiah and Sarah King-
ham. Educated, Bedfordshire, England.
Came to British Columbia, 1890. Ex-
member Council, Victoria Board of
Trade; treasurer, Vancouver Island De-
velopment Co.; Commissioner Pilotage
Authority, Victoria and Esquimalt, 1902-
1910; secretary-treasurer, 1910-1911;
president, Victoria Liberal Association.
Served with 5th Regiment, three years.
Married Grace H. Fawcett, Victoria,
1897; has one son and two daughters.
Club: Pacific. Recreation: cricket. Lib-
eral. Address: Victoria, B. C.

KINGSTON, Cliarles Morgran, M. D., C.

M. — Physician and Surgeon, Morrison
Block, Grand Forks; owner and superin-
tendent. Cottage Hospital, Grand Forks;
director, Boundary Trust and Investment
Co. Born West Huntingdon, Hastings
County, Ont., Dec. 27, 1867, son of
Charles and Mary Kingston. Educated:
public schools. West Huntingdon; high
school, Stirling, Ont.; Trinity Medical
College, Toronto. Came to British Co-
lumbia, 1898. Practiced Shoal Lake,
1898-1900; Grand Forks since 1900. Sur-
geon to Granby Smelter, C. P. R. and
Great Northern Ry., Grand Forks. Med-
ical health officer. Married Martha
Watson Vankleek, daughter of Peter
Vankleek, Madoc, Ont., 1908; has two
sons. Societies: A. F. & A. M. ; I. O. O.
F. Recreations: curling, hunting. Con-
servative; Presbyterian. Address: Grand
Forks, B. C.




KINMAN, Evert Im. — President, Imper-
ial Timber & Trading Co., Ltd., stand-
ing timber and wholesale lumber, 318
Hastings St., Vancouver; president,
Omileca Mines, Ltd.; managing director,
Island Dock & Warehouse Co., Ltd. Born
Novelty, Missouri, March 9, 1870, son of
Anderson and Sara Kinman. Educated,
Novelty. Came to British Columbia, 1890.
Prospecting, mining, timber cruising,
lumbering in all its branches, 1890-1906.
Married Estelle Murphy, daughter of
Judge Murphy, New BloomHeld, 1898;
has two sons and one daughter. Club:
Vancouver Press. Liberal. Address: 1519
Beach Ave., Vancouver, B. C.

KINNAIRD, Greorg-e Jolinstoue — Oi

Kinnaird & Henderson, Accountants and
Auditors, 308 Tegler Bldg., E., Edmon-
ton. Born Dundee, Scotland, June 10,
1855, son of David and Jean Johnstone
Kinnaird. Educated West End Academy,
Dundee. Came to Canada, 1875, in the
service of Hudson's Bay Co., Oak Point,
Man.; Manitoba Home; Fort Ellice; Fort
Pelly; Edmonton and Athabasca Land-
ing, 1875-1900; accountant and sales
shop manager, Hudson's Bay Co., Town
and City of Edmonton, 1900-1908; Secre-
tary-Treasurer and Commissioner, Town
and City of Edmonton, 1900-1908; estab-
lished present business, 1908; makes
specialty of municipal accounting and
auditing; present partnership established
1911. Married Kate Anne Wilson Gar-
nett, Athcarne Castle, County Meath,

Ireland, 1889; has three sons and one
daughter. Club: Edmonton. Societies:
A. F. & A. M.; St. Andrew's. Reci-ea-
tion: curling. Conservative; Presbyter-
ian. Address: 350 Victoria Ave., Edmon-
ton, Alta.

KIBGHHOI'I'IiR, Hon. Senator John

Nesbitt — Barrister. Born Ballyromney,
Ireland, May 5, 1848, son of Rev. Rich-
ard B. Kirchhoffer. Came to Canada,
1854. Educated Marlborough College,
England. Served as ensign and after-
wards Captain, Port Hope 46th Battalion,
Fenian Raid, 1866. Called to Ontario
bar, 1871, and practiced Port Hope.
Came to Manitoba, 1883, called to Mani-
toba bar, 1884. Founded and success-
fully completed settlement at Plum
Creek. Served reeve and Mayor of
Souris; member and chairman of Board
of Western Judicial District; member of
Manitoba Legislative Assembly, 1886-
1888. Summoned to the Senate Dec 16,
1892. Married Ada Smith (deceased;
married Clara Howard. Conservative.
Address: Brandon, Man.

KIBK, George Alan. — -Wholesale Mer-
chant, of Turner, Beeton & Co., Ltd.,
Wharf St., Victoria. Born Dover, Eng-
land, March 8, 1870, son of Colonel
James Buchanan and Emily Kirk. Edu-
cated England. Came to British Colum-
bia, 1886, while serving Royal Navy,
1883-1889; served with 4th Essex Regi-
ment, 1889-1904; later entered mercan-
tile business, London, England, 1900.
Treasurer British Columbia Anti-Tuber-
culosis Society; ex-President British Co-
lumbia Board of Trade. Married Eliza-
beth Georgina Harvey, Victoria, 1903:
has one daughter. Clubs: Army and
Navy (London); Union. Recreations:
hunting, shooting, fishing, polo, yacht-
ing. Conservative; Anglican. Address:
Victoria, B. C.

KIBK, Samuel John, M. D. — Physician,
Surgeon and Druggist. Born Kirkton.
Ont, Feb. 11, 1870, son of Alexander
and Jane Mahon Kirk. Educated: pub-
lic school, Kirkton;. St. Mary's College
Institute; Manitoba University Medical
College. Came to Hamiota, Man., 1891.
Established present practice, 1898. Coro-
ner for Manitoba, Secretary-Treasurer,
Oak River School District; Health Of-
ficer, Blanshard Municipality. Married
Ida Alburtha Hall, 1901; has two sons
and one daughter. Societies: A. P. &
A. M. ; I. O. O. F. Recreations: curling,
lawn tennis, shooting. Conservative;
Methodist. Address: Oak River, Man.




KISBT, "Walter T. — Of Oldfleld, Kirby
& Gardner, Brokers and Investment
Agents, 234 Portage Ave., Winnipeg.
Born: Montreal, May 19, 1858, son of
Thomas and Sarah Kirby. Educated:
High School, Montreal. Clerk Merchants
Bank, Ottawa, 1877. Came to Winni-
peg 1879. Secretary and A. D. C. to

Lieutenant-Governor of Manitoba. Serv-
ed virith Governor-General's Foot Guards,
Ottawa. Married Edith Lascelles Gau-
tier. Singleton Park, England, 1889; has
one son and one daughter. Clubs: Mani-
toba; Prett's Club, London. Recreation:
Golf. Conservative. Anglican. Address:
52 Edmonton St., Winnipeg, Man.



KXRKCAI;d'7, James — City Assessor,
Brandon. Born Fifeshire, Scotland, May
18, 1866, son of James and Helen Kirk-
caldy. Educated public schools, Scot-
land. Served in the Black Watch, six
years; on staff of School of Musketry,
Hythe, England; came to Brandon, 1890;
appointed Chief of Police, 1891; served as
Alderman; later appointed to present
position. Captain and Adjutant, 99th
Manitoba Rangers. Married Rose Han-
nah Perry, Brandon, 1890; has three sons
and four daughters. Society: A. F.. &
A. M. Recreations: curling, shooting.
Conservative; Presbyterian. Address:
225 Seventh St., Brandon, Man.

KIRKPATRICK, George R. P. — Man-
ager, Imperial Bank, Edmonton. Born
Toronto, Aug. 30, 1868, son of George B.
and Francis Kirpatrick. Educated Upper
Canada College, Toronto. Joined bank. 1
1886. Came to Alberta, 1889; appointed j
to present position, 1891. Married Emily
May Rowell, Winnipeg, 1891 (deceased,
1906); married Ethel Bate, Ottawa, 1908.
Address: 446 Fifth St., Edmonton, Alta.

KIRKPATRICK, Goldwin Smith — Of

Kirkpatrick & Pate, Financial and In-
surance Brokers, 116 McDougall Ave.,
Edmonton. Born Toronto, Ont., April 12,
1875, son of George B. and Mary Kirk-
patrick. Educated Upper Canada Col-
lege, Toronto. Clerk, Bank of Montreal.
Kingston, Ont., 1893-1898; Dominion
Government Civil Service, Toronto, 1898-
1902; clerk, Sovereign Bank, Toronto,
1902-1907; established present business,
1907. Served as Acting Adjutant, Royal
Grenadiers, Toronto, 1907. Married
Maude White, daughter of Lieut. -Col
H. A. White, 1895; has one son and one
daughter. Clubs: Edmonton; Country.
Recreations: golf, shooting. Conserva-
tive;' Anglican. Address: Glenora, Ed-
monton, Alta.

KIRKPATRICK, Thomas — Shingle
Manufacturer, Hastings St., Vancouver.
Born Kirk's Hill, Cumberland County,
N. S., Dec. 10, 1864, son of Alexander and
Eliza Mason Kirkpatrick. Educated pub-
lic schools, Nova Scotia. Came to Brit-
ish Columbia, 1886, and engaged present
business. Alderman, Vancouver, 1909-
1911. Married Elizabeth Brander, Hali-
fax, 1890; has two sons. Clubs: Termi-
nal City; Commercial. Recreations: out-

door sports. Conservative; Presbyterian.
Address: 2165 Dundas St., Vancouver,
B. C.

KISBEV, Richard Claude — Dominion
Land Agent, Estevan. Born Belfast,
Ireland, Jan. 19, 1863, son of William H.
and Maria Kisbey. Educated: Trinity
College, Dublin. Came to Western Can-
ada, 1882; farmed. Moose Mountain dis-
trict, 1882-1898; in Government service
since 1898. Served as Lieutenant, 20th
Border Horse, 1909-1912. Married Annie
L. Turriff, 1890, (deceased) ; has one
son and four daughters. Club: Estevan.
Recreations: shooting, curling. Angli-
can. Address: Estevan, Sask.



KNEEXiAND, Elbert Walter — General
Manager British America Elevator Co.,
Ltd., vice-president, Port Arthur Eleva-
tor Co., Grain Exchange, Winnipeg. Born
Minnesota, May 25, 1866, son of Nelson
C. and Azelia Kneeland. Educated pub-
lic schools Minnesota. Grain agent,
Hillsboro, S. D. ; came to Winnipeg from
Minneapolis, 1906; member Winnipeg
Grain Exchange. Married Minnie Hon-
stain, 1893; has one daughter. Clubs:
Manitoba, St. Charles Country. Society:
A. F. & A. M. Liberal. Address: 351
River Ave., Winnipeg, Man.

KNIGHT, Charles — Live Stock Ex-
porter, Samis Block, Calgary. Born
Truro, N. S., July 19, 1867, son of
Stephen and Eleanor Knight. Educated
public schools Truro. Came to Alberta,
1880. Contracting, C. P. R., Alberta,
1880-1883; stock raising and exporting
since 1883. Married Eliza Watson,
daughter of Alexander Watson, 1890.
Societies: I. O. F., W. O. W. Recrea-
tion: shooting. Liberal; Presbyterian.
Address: 518 Fourth Ave., W., Calgary,

KNIGHT, Chas. Cair — Financial
Broker, 306-309 Winch Bldg., Vancou-
ver. Born St. Johns, Nfld., son of Allan
C. and Jessie E. Knight. Educated Meth-
odist College. Came to Saskatchewan,
1905; managing director. Western Pa-
cific Development Co., Ltd.; Saskatche-
wan Mortgage Corporation; director.
Star Collieries; director, Saskatchewan-
Alberta Collieries; Liberal candidate
House of Commons for Sherbrooke, Que.,
1900. Married Florence T. Spence; has
one daughter. Club: Commercial. Rec-
reations: hunting, fishing. Address:
Salsbury Drive, Vancouver. B. C.

KNIGHT, Edward Christmau — Secre-
tary and Managing Director, Vancouver
Lumber Co., Ltd., Bridge St., Vancou-
ver. Born Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 1,
1868, son of William A. and Sarah
Knight. Educated University of Penn-
sylvania as mining engineer and metal-
lurgist. With Illinois Steel Co., Chicago,
as chemist, 1889, and for eighteen
months superintendent Basic open
hearth steel department; went to Mexico
for Guggenheim Smelting Co., 1896;
manager Monterey Smelter Plant; also
Velardena Plant; member of executive
committee of Southern department,
American Smelting & Refining Co. Came
to British Columbia and acquired inter-
est present firm, 1908. Married lone
Tucker, Taylor, Texas; has one son and
one daughter. Clubs: Vancouver, Jericho
Country, Royal Vancouver Yacht, B. C.
Golf, Shaughnessy Heights Golf. Rec-
reations: all outdoor sports. Address:
Shaughnessy Heights, Vancouver, B. C.

KNIGHT, Klchard H., B. A. Sc, D. I^.

S., A. I.. S., M. E. — Of Driscoll & Knight,
Surveyors and Engineers, Dominion
Bank Bldg., Edmonton. Born Bruce
Mines, Ont, June 7, 1877, son of John
and Christina Knight. Educated: pub-
lic schools, Bruce Mines; high school,
Port Arthur; Toronto University. En-
gineer on location and construction, Al-
goma Central Railway, Sault Ste. Marie,
1900-1903; contract and subdivision sur-
veys. Dominion Government, Manitoba,
Saskatchewan and Alberta, 1904-1911;
present firm formed, 1904. Member
Senate, Alberta University; member of
Council, Alberta Land Surveyors. Mar-
ried Ada McKinley, 1905; has two daugh-
ters. Club: Edmonton. Societies: A. F.
& A. M., Engineering Society of Edmon-
ton. Liberal. Address: 350 Eighth St.,
Edmonton, Alta.

KNIPFEIi, John Edler, SC. D. — Phys-
ician; secretary- treasurer Broderick
Rural Telephone Co. Born Berlin, Onl ,
Aug. 28, 1878, son of Otto and Eliza
beth Edler Knipfel. Educated: public
schools, Pilkington, Ont.; high schools,
Berlin and Elora, Ont.; Toronto Uni-
versity. Came to Saskatchewan, 1905.
Secretary-Treasurer, Broderick Council,
1909, 1910, 1911; Secretary-Treasurer,
Broderick School Board, 1910-1911. Mar-
ried Elizabeth Ann Rice, 1904; has two
sons and one daughter. Societies: C. H.
C. ; M. W. A. Recreations: athletics.
Liberal; Unionist. Address: Broderick,


KNISEIiY, O. S. — Manager, Walker-
Knisely Co., Real Estate Brokers, 1835
Scarth St., Regina; 100 King St., W.,
Toronto. Born Haldimand County, Ont.,
Aug. 24, 1877, son of Cyrus and Sarah
McClung Knisely. Educated high
schools, Cayuga, Ont., and Brandon,
Man. Came to Manitoba, 1882. Farmed,



Southern Saskatchewan, fifteen years;
editor and proprietor, Gainsboro Post,
1904-1905; real estate business, Leth-
bridge, 1906; local improvement depart-
ment, Saskatchewan Government, 1907-
1910; established present business, 1912.
President, Regina Debating League; sec-
retary. Baptist Sunday School, Province
of Saskatchewan; organizing deputy for
Modern Woodmen of America, 1911.
Married Katie Cripps, 1902. Societies:
M. W. A.; C. O. F. Recreations: foot-
ball, curling. Liberal; Baptist. Ad-
dress: Regina, Sask.

KNOTT, Henry William Howard — •

Barrister. Born Worcester, England,
June 21, 1871.- Educated: Downing Col-
lege, Cambridge and Middle Temple, Lon-
don, England. Came to Winnipeg, 1902.
Married Isabel Katherine Martin, Char-
lottetown, P. B. I., 1906. Appointed Dis-
trict Registrar of Land Titles, Carman,
July, 1912. Club: Adanac. Recreation:
cricket. Anglican. Address: Carman,


KNOTT, John A. — President Winnipeg
Fur Co., Ltd., 181 Bannatyne Ave., Win-
nipeg. Born Esquesing Township, Hal-
ton County, Ont., June 27, 1865, son of
Lewis H. and Martha Knott. Educated
public schools Georgetown, Ont. Com-
mercial traveler for W. H. Hovey &
Son, Acton, Ont., 1882-1894; with Arthur
Paquet, Quebec, 1894-1902; charge Win-
nipeg branch, Arthur Paquet, 1902-1905;
present position since. Member Winni-
peg Board of Trade; President Winni-
peg Liberal Association; president Mani-
toba branch Canadian Manufacturers'
Association, 1909. Married Emily E.
Stephens, Woodstock, Ont., 1888; has two
sons. Society: A. F. & A. M. Liberal;
Methodist. Address: 98 Stradbrooke
Place, Winnipeg, Man.

KNOWI.es, William ErsMue, M. P. —

Barrister. Born Alliston, Ont., Nov. 29,
1872, son of Rev. Robert and Frances
Knowles. Educated: high school, Al-
monte, Ont.; McGill University; Os-
goode Hall. Elected by acclamation to
House of Commons for West Assiniboia,
1905; re-elected for Moose Jaw, 1908,
1911. Married Jean Laurie Henderson,
1910. Clubs: Laurentian (Ottawa);
Moose Jaw. Liberal; Presbyterian.
Address: Moose Jaw, Sask.

KNOK, William Jolm, M. D., C. M. —

Physician and Surgeon. Born Fitzroy
Harbor, Ont., June 5, 1878, son of Rev.
W. and Jessie Knox. Educated: high
school, Athens, Ont.; Queen's University.
House surgeon, Ottawa General Hospital,
1902-1903. Came to British Columbia,
1903; practiced Kelowna since. President,
Kelowna Liberal Association. Married
Janet Dickson, 1905; has two daughters.
Club: Kelowna. Societies: A. F. & A.
M., K. of P. Recreation: lacrosse. Lib-
eral; Methodist. Address: Kelowna, B.

KOZA, Stanley William — S. W. Koza
& C, Real Estate and Financial Brokers,
818 Main St., Winnipeg. Born Tarnow,
Austria, Nov. 25, 1885, son of Michael
and Marie Koza. Educated Tarnow Col-
lege, Austria. Came to Winnipeg, 1903.
Conducted Central Employment Agency,
1904; interpreter, Wilton, McMurray,
Delorme & Davidson, 1905-1906; inter-
preter, Hagel & Hagel, 1907-1909; estab-
lished present business, 1909. Liberal;
Roman Catholic. Address: 280 Aubrey
St., St. James, Winnipeg, Man.

KRANKENHAGEN, Wilhelm — Man-
ager Alberta Herald Publishing Co., Ltd.
Born Hanover, Germany, March 5, 1885,
son of Carl and Elizabeth Krankenhagen.
Educated Hanover. Served German
army, 1903-1904. Came to Alberta, 1907.
Recreation: travel. Address: Edmonton,




KNOWl^TON, Edmond Shorey — Drug-
gist, 1 Hastings St., E., Vancouver. Born
Newboro, Ont., June 22, 1868, son of
George G. and Martlia Knowlton. Edu-
cated: Ontario, Brandon and Winnipeg.
Employed drug store, Winnipeg, 1886.
Came to British Columbia, 1896. Director
uritish Empire Insurance Co.; director
Investors' Guarantee Corporation; direct-
or General Investors' Corporation; direct-
or Vancouver Horse Show Association;
Park Commissioner; represented British

Columbia Pharmaceutical Association at
the first convocation of the British Co-
lumbia University at Victoria; ex-direc-
tor, Vancouver Exhibition Association;
past president j.nd member of the Coun-
cil, British Columbia Pharmaceutical As-
sociation; vice-president, Vancouver
Amateur Driving Association. Clubs:
Vancouver, Commercial. Societies: A.
F. & A. M., S. O. E. Recreations: riding
and driving. Independent Liberal. Ad-
dress: 1056 Burnaby St., Vancouver, B. C.




KVI^E, Iiome C. — General Manager
The Consolidated Trust Co., Ltd., 433
Richards St., "Vancouver; Director and
Treasurer, Home Loan & Contract Co
Born Gibson, York County, N. B., Jan. 10
1879, son of John and Mary H. Kyle
Educated public schools, Predericton, N
B. ; graduate Fredericton Business Col-
lege. Came to British Columbia, 1899
with Boyd & Burns, wholesale plumbing
supplies, 1899-1902; with Robertson-God-
son Co., 1902-1907; present business es-
tablished, 1907. Married Ethyl M. "Wilde
Smith, 1906; has one son. Clubs: Com-
mercial; Canadian. Society: I. O. P. Rec-
reations: motoring, tennis. Conservative;
Methodist. Address: 2446 Third Ave.,
"W., Vancouver, B. C.

IiABRANCHZ:, Charles Edward — Man-
ager, Bank British North America, Este-
van. Born Portneuf, Que., July 8, 1883,
son of Ferdinand and Emma LaBranche.
Educated: Quebec Seminary. Junior
clerk. La Banque Nationale, Joliette,
Que., 1901; Quebec, 1902; joined Bank of
British North America, Quebec, 1903;
Quebec Province, 1905; Ontario, 1906.
President, Estevan Board of Trade, 1910.
Married loline Macpherson, 1909; has


two children. Society: A. P. & A. M.,
(Shriner). Club: Estevan. Recreations:
tennis, canoeing and driving. Address:
Estevan, Sask.


JmA CHAKCI:, Fortuuat, M. D., B. A.^

Surgeon, 258^ Portage Ave., "Winnipeg.
Born St. Norbert, Man., Oct. 24, 1877,
son of Pierce and Malviena La Chance.
Educated: Manitoba University; Laval
University. House surgeon Hotel Dieu,
Montreal, 1902-1904; general hospitals,
Paris, Prance, 1904-1907. Came to "Win-
nipeg, 1907. Coroner, St. Boniface; sur-
geon and special physician, St. Boniface
Hospital; surgeon, Winnipeg Free Dis-
pensary; specialist, diseases of women.
Married Eugenie Forrest, Montreal, 1908;
has one daughter. Club: Adanac. So-
ciety: Manitoba Medical. Recreation:
traveling. Roman Catholic. Address:
319 Langevin St., St. Boniface, Man.



I^ACOMBZ:, Very Rev. Father Albert

- — -Vicar General, Diocese of St. Albert,
Catholic missionary Western Canada.
Born St. Sulpice, L'Assomption County,
Que., Feb. 28, 1828, son of Albert and
Agathe Lacombe. Educated L'Assomp-
tion College. Ordained priest and came
to present Province of Manitoba, 1849;
member Board of Education, Manitoba,
1880; missionary to Territories, 1881.
Has studied languages and traditions of
Indians of plains for years, and has pub-
lished dictionaries, grammars and other
works referring to language of Cree and
Objibway Indians. Address: The La-
combe Home, Midnapore, Alta.

^ACBOIX, Henry — Of Lacroix Bros. &
Co., Implements and General Agents, 19
Eighteenth St., Prince Albert. Born
Sarni, Ont., March 2, 1858, son of Gil-
bert and Elizabeth Lacroix. Educated
public schools, Sarnia, Carriage painter,
1873; came to Winnipeg, 1882; removed
to Prince Albert, 1891; engaged imple-
ment business with his brother under
firm name of Lacroix Bros., 1898; formed
present Arm, 1907. Chairman of Prince
Albert Separate School Trustees since

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