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ard, B. A.^Judge of the County Court
of Nanaimo. Born Sheffield, N. B.,
April 4. 1864, son of Rev. Joseph and
Anne Maria Upton Barker. Educated
Grammar school, Sheffield; University
of New Brunswick (honors French and
Science); Osgoode Hall (honors). Came
to British Columbia, 1891. Practiced
law, Nanaimo. 1892-1909; appointed
County Court Judge, 1909. Unsuccess-
ful candidate to British Columbia Leg-
islature for Nanaimo, 1908. Married
Susan Roberta Russell, 1894 (deceased,
1909). Club: Nanaimo. Society: A. F.
& A. M. Recreations: shooting, fish-
ing. Liberal; Presbyterian. Address:
Nanaimo, B. C.

BABKBB, WiUiani Henry. — President
British Columbia Packers' Association.
517 Granville St., Vancouver; president
Packers' S. S. Co.; president Coast S. S.
Co.; president Vancouver and Victoria
Electric Railway. Born Manchester,
England, Sept. 6, 1853, son of Ambrose
and Sarah Barker. Educated public
schools, Manchester. Engaged shipping
business, Manchester; went to United
States, 1872; came to British Columbia,
1904. Married Orpha Beard, Oregon. Has
three sons and two daughters. Club:
Vancouver. Recreations: field sports
and boating. Address: 1445 Pendrill St.,
Vancouver, B. C.

BASNABD, Frank Stillman. — (Re-
tired.) Chairman Local Advisory Board,
British Columbia Electric Railway Co.;
director Briti.sh Columbia Trust Corpo-
ration; director Evans, Coleman & Ev-
ans, Ltd., Vancouver; director Victoria-
Phoenix Brewing Co. Born Toronto,
May 16, 1856, son of Ellen Stillman
and Frances James Barnard. (M. P. for
Yale-Kootenay, 1879-1887; active pro-
moter of Confederation). Came to Brit-
ish Columbia, 1860. Clerk British Co-
lumbia Express Co., Victoria, 1879; gen-
eral manager, 1881; president, 1882;
president Consolidated Railway Co.,

Vancouver, 1894; managing director
British Columbia Electric Railway Co.,
Ltd., London, England, 1896-1897; di-
rector, 1898-1906; retired from active
business, 1906. Elected to House of
Commons for Lilloet-Cariboo, 1888;
again, 1891; sat until 1896; did not
stand, 1896; unsuccessful candidate bye
election, Victoria, 1902. Served with
No. 2 Rifles, Victoria, 1874-1877. Alder-
man, Victoria, 1886-1887. Mayor, 1895.
Married Martha Amelia Loewen, daugh-
ter of Joseph Loewen, Victoria, 1883.
Clubs: Union (Victoria); Royal Vancou-
ver Yacht; Vancouver; Raleigh; Royal
Automobile (London, England) ; Royal
Canadian Yacht (Toronto). Recreations:
yachting, traveling. Conservative. Ad-
dress: "Clovelly," Victoria, B. C.

K. C, M. P.

BABNABB, Oeorge Henry, K. C., M.

P. — Of Barnard, Robertson & Heister-
man, Barristers, Law Chambers, Vic-
toria. Born Victoria, Oct. 9, 1868, son
of Francis J. and Ellen Hillman Bar-
nard. Educated Trinity College School,
Port Hope. Called to British Columbia
bar, 1891; practiced Victoria since, ap-
pointed K. C, 1907. Alderman, City of
Victoria, 1902-1903; Mayor, 1904-1905;
elected to House of Commons, 1908-1911.
President British Columbia Conservation
Association. Married Ethel Burnham
Rogers, eldest daughter Lieutenant-Colo-
nel H. C. Rogers, Peterboro, 1895.
Clubs: Union; Vancouver; Rideau (Ot-
tawa). Recreation: golf, fishing. Con-
servative; Anglican. Address: Duvals,
Victoria, B. C.


BABNETT, John, B. A., l^i;. B. — Bar-
rister and Solicitor. Born Hartland, N.
B., April 1, 1880, son of John and Ade-
laide Barnett. Educated: public and high
schools, Hartland; Dalhousie University.
Called to Alberta bar, 1907; practised with
Beck, Emery & Newell, Edmonton, 1907;
took over Judge Carpenter's practice,
Innisfail, 1907. Married Blanche Murphy,
Moncton, N. B., 1909; has one daughter.
Recreations: shooting, curling. Conserva-
tive; Presbyterian. Address: Innisfail,

A. A. A.

BARNES, B. Percy, F. B. A. Z. C A.

A. A. — Of Barnes & Gibbs, Architects,
Imperial Bank Bldg., Edmonton. Born
London, England, Jan. 28, 1857, son of
R. E. and L. S. Fulton Barnes. Edu-
cated Canon Woodward's School, Eng-
land. Practiced London, 1878-1882;
came to Canada, 1882; Montreal, 1888-
1905; came to Alberta, 1905; formed
present partnership, 1906. Organizer of
Alberta Architects Association. Mar-
ried G. A. West, London, England, 1879;
has two sons and three daughters.
Clubs: Edmonton; Edmonton Country.
Society: A. F. & A. M. Recreations:
curling, golf. Independent; Anglican.
Address: 460 15th St., Edmonton, Alta.

BABB, Georg-e H. — Of Barr & Samp-
son, Barristers and Solicitors, Darke
Block, Regina; Director, Saskatchewan
Securities & Trusts Corporation; Di-
rector, Regina Brokerage & Investment
Co., Ltd.; Vice-President, Saskatchewan
Life Insurance Co. Born Norwich, Ont.,
July 29, 1878, son of George and Clara
Morphy Barr. Educated public schools,


Norwich; Model School, Woodstock;
qualified as school teacher. Came to
Regina, 1898; took course. Normal
School, Regina; taught school, Sas-
katchewan, 1899-1902; law student with
Lieutenant-Governor, G. W. Brown,
Regina, 1902-1905; attended Osgoode
Hall, Toronto, 1906; called to Saskatche-
wan Bar, 1907; practiced alone, Regina,
1909; present partnership formed, 1910.
Married Ethel L. Dawson, 1906; has two
sons. Liberal; Presbyterian. Address:
2102 Scarth St., Regina, Sask.

BABB, Matthew John. — Of Barr &
Anderson, Heating and Plumbing Con-
tractors, 114 Hastings St., Vancouver.
Director Metropolitan Building Co.; di-
rector Vancouver Investments Guaran-
tee Co.; director Dominion Glazed Ce-
ment Pipe Co. Born Abbottlerry, South
Wales, Nov. 23, 1875, son of Mathew
and Hannah Barr. Educated Winnipeg
High School. Came to British Colum-
bia, 1892. Founded firm Mclntyre &
Barr, 1897-1899; Barr & Anderson since
1899. Married Evelyn Dillabough, 1901;
has one son. Club: Terminal City. So-
ciety: A. P. & A. M. Recreations: all
athletic sports. Address: 1319 Nelson
St., Vancouver, B. C.



BABRETT, Hug-h Massey, B. A., B. C.

j;. — Of Bariett-Meldrum Co., Real Estate
Agents, 17 River St., W., Moose Jaw;
Director Anglo-Canadian Investment
Corporation, Ltd.; Secretary Young
Men's Conservative Club, Member of
Moose Jaw Board of Trade. Born Til-
sonburg, Ont., Sept. 8, 1874, son of
Thomas Hubert and Eleanor Nesbitt Bar-
rett. Educated public school, Norfolk
County; Port Rowan High School, Vi-
enna High School, Windsor Collegiate,
Toronto Normal School, Queen's Univer-
sity, Osgoode Hall. Taught school El-
gin County, Ont., five years; articled

law student to James McLean, Battle-
ford, 1903, and with Macdonnell & Bo-
land, Toronto, 1903-1905; principal Sas-
katoon schools, 1905-1906, having taught
two years in Province during University
sessions; Inspector of Schools for South-
western Saskatchewan, 1906-1911; re-
signed that position to engage in present
business. Married Montalena Dolman,
daughter of Octavius Dolinan, 1906; has
one son. Clubs: Moose Jaw, Canadian.
Societies: A. F. & A. M.; A. O. U. W.;
C. O. O. F. Recreations: shooting, read-
ing, motoring. Conservative; Anglican.
Address: 38 Alder St., Moose Jaw, Sask.


BABBETT, Greg'ory, K. C. — Barrister.
Born Hamilton, Nov. 23, 1867, son of
Edward and Sarah J. Barrett. Educated
Windsor, Ont. ; Winnipeg. Came to Man-
itoba, 1882. Practiced Carberry, Man.,
since 1888. Alderman, Carberry, 1910.
Has served as revising barrister for Do-
minion and Provincial Governments.
Married Margaret Helen Blomfield, Hal-
ifax, 1893 (deceased); has one son and
one daughter. Club: Brandon. Recrea-
tion: shooting. Conservative; Roman
Catholic. Address: Carberry, Man.

BABItETT-I^ENlTABI}, John. — Finan-
cial Broker, 543 Pender St., Vancouver.
Member of local board London and Brit-
ish North America Co., Ltd. Born Bram-
ford Speke, Devonshire, England, Dec.
14, 1863, son of Walter J. Barrett-
Lennard. Educated grammar school,
Weybridge; Heidelburg University.
Came to Manitoba, 1882; British Colum-
bia, 1909. Served South African War,
1899. Clubs: Vancouver; Badminton
(London). Recreations: shooting, fish-
ing, yachting, golf. Address: Point
Grey Road, Vancouver, B. C.

BABKOVT, Valentine Bvelyn. — L. R. C.

P., L. R. C. S. (Edinburgh); L. F. P. &
S. (Glasgow); M. C. P. & S. (North West
Territories); physician and surgeon; Pro-
vincial Medical Inspector of Health for
Alberta. Born Madras, India, Oct. 20,
1865, son of Emily Frances Barrow and
Major General Joseph Lyon Barrow, C.
B. Educated Marlborough College,
England; Edinburgh University. Came
to Canada, 1904. Appointed to present
office, 1907. Married Mary Adelaide
Brooks, daughter of Frederick Brooks,
late of London and Birmingham, 1893;
has one son and two daughters. Club:
Liberal; Edmonton. Societies: A. P. &
A. M.; A. O. p. Recreations: reading,
hunting, fishing. Liberal; Anglican. Ad-
dress: 249 11th St., Edmonton, Alta.

BABBOWCl^OUGH, Samuel Zkees. —

President Columbian Conservatory of
Music of Canada, Winnipeg. Born Birk-
enhead, England, April 9, 1869, son of
Joseph and Elizabeth Barrowclough. Ed-
ucated Birkenhead. Came to Winnipeg,
1881. Carried on large music business,
Winnipeg, since 1894; conductor Winni-
peg city band; conductor 90th Regiment
Band. Commissioner for Manitoba of In-
ternational Association of Piano Deal-
ers of America. President of the Winni-


peg Oratorio Society. President of the
Welsh male choir. Served as bugler, 95t]i
Regiment, North West Rebellion, 1885;
served three years, Royal Canadian
Dragoons. Married Margaret Little,
Neepawa, Man., 1891; has four sons and
one daughter. Clubs: Canadian; Clef. So-
cieties: A. P. & A. M.; I. O. O. F.; C. T.
A. of C Recreation: music. Address:
281 Balmoral Ct., Winnipeg, Man.

A. L. S.

BABTIiBTT, Bmest, B. A. Sc, H. Im.

S., A. Is. S. — Graduate Civil Engineer.
Born Smithville, Ont., Dec. 9, 1882, son

of Darwin and Sarah Elizabeth Bartlett.
Educated Toronto ITniversity. Witli De-
partment of Interior, Ottawa, 1908-1910.
Came to Alberta and established present
practice, 1911. Married Rose Tremeer,
Smith ville. Society: A. F. & A. M. Con-
servative; Methodist. Address: Medicine
Hat, Alta.

BARTIiXSTT, Rev. Ernest Robert, M.
A. — Ang-lican clergyman. Born Hinton,
Northamptonshire, England, Sept. 26,
1871, son of Robert and Louisa May
Bartlett. Educated Magdalen College,
Brakely, Northamptonshire; St. John's
College, Winnipeg'; Trinity College, To-
ronto. In charge- at Fernie, two years,
the church being burned out, 1908; sub-
sequently, Headley, Similkamun Valley,
for nine months before accepting All
Saints' Parish, Ladner, B. C. Appointed
by the Bishop to the position of Rural
Dean of New Westminster, Jan., 1911.
Accepted rectorship, St. Barnabas Par-
ish, New Westminster, Jan. 15th, 1911.
Married Ethel Whytehead Moore, Rus-
sell, Man., 1900; has two sons. Rec-
reation: cricket. Address: St. Barnabas
Rectory, New Westminster, B. C.

BARTIiETT, Walter J. — Publisher.
Born Bay of Islands, N. F., May 14, 1880,
.son of Isaac William and B. A. Bartlett.
Educated St. John's, N. F. Mercantile
business. Bay of Islands, 1900; Western
Star Publishing Co., 1904; with Reid
Newfoundland Co. on Bay steamship ser-
vice, one year. Came to Alberta and es-
tablished present business, 1909. Soci-
ety: .S. O. E. Recreation: camping. Ad-
dross: Blairmore, Alta.


BARTON, Arthur Sheppard — Real Es-
tate and Financial Broker, Central Bldg.,
Victoria. Born Bromborough, Cheshire.
England, Nov. 13, 1857, son of William
George and Catherine Sheppard Barton.
Educated: private schools, England. Cam©
to Toronto, 1880; farmed. Turtle Moun-
tain, Man., 1881; came to Victoria and
engaged in present business, 1905. Mar-
ried Freda Sheppard, 1886; has three sons
and one daughter. Club: Union. Recrea-
tions: shooting, fishing. Conservative;
Anglican. Address: Gladholt, Esquimalt
Road, Victoria, B. C. •

BARWIS, Major William Bayley. —

Manager Manufacturers' Life Insurance
Co., Vancouver. Born Megantic, Que.,
June 28, 1862, son of Thomas Shepard
and Adeline Barwis. Educated St. Fran-
cis College, Richmond, Que., and Nicolet,
Que. Insurance business, Calgary, 1889.
Came to British Columbia, 1906. Major
2nd Command 15th Light Horse, Calgary.
Married Nora Creina, Calgary; has two
sons. Clubs: Vancouver; United Service.
Societies: I. O. O. F.; A. F. & A. M.;
S. O. E. Recreations: shooting, yacht-
ing, riding. Address: 1900 Haro St., Van-
couver, B. C.


BASTASD, merxifield J., J. F. — ^Far-
mer. Born London, England, May 28,
1867, son of John P. and Sarah A. Bas-
tard. Educated public schools, Streath-
am, England. Farmed Ontario, 1883;
came to Manitoba, 1889. Reeve and
councillor Municipality of Edward.
Served with 57th Battalion Canadian
Volunteers, Peterboro, two years. First
president Grain Growers' Association,
Pierson; secretary-treasurer, 1910; sec-
retary to Royal Commission to investi-
gate alleged coal combine. Married
Louisa Dandy, Pierson, 1892; has two
sons and one daughter. Recreations:
music, cricket, hockey, football, tennis,
curling. Conservative: Anglican. Ad-
dress: Pierson, Man.


BATCHEI^OB, Mason T. — President
and Managing Director Motor Trans-
portation Co., Ltd., 108 7th Ave., Cal-
gary. Born Warwick, Ont., Feb. 5, 1885,
son of Benjamin and Clementine Batch-
elor. Educated public and high schools,
Ontario. Came to Calgary with Forest
City Paving Co., 1904; contracting busi-
ness, Calgary, under firm name Batch-
elor, Marshall & Skarin, 1905-1911. Mar-
ried Grace Marie Thacker, Calgary,
1908; has two sons and one daughter.
Liberal; Anglican. Address: Argyle
Court, 6th Ave. & 3d St., W., Calgary,

BAVEB, William A. — Civil Engineer
and British Columbia Land Surveyor,
Pacific Bldg., Vancouver. Born Bris-
bane, Australia, son of Frederick George
and Anne R. Pearson Bauer. Educated
Brisbane Grammar School. Railroad en-
gineer, Queensland Government; subse-
quently engineering and mining. Straits

Settlements. Came to British Columbia,
1891. Practiced thereafter as Dominion
and British Columbia Land Surveyor.
Married Ruby Maud Springer, 1907.
Club: Vancouver Club. Address: Shaugh-
nessy Heights, Vancouver, B. C.


BAUSIiAVG-H, Howard Vincent — Of

Doidge & Bauslaugh, Ltd., Financial and
Real Estate Brokers, Agents, 911 1st
Ave., W., Prince Albert; Secretary-
Treasurer, Wakaw Land Co., Ltd.
Born Paris, Ont., June 16, 1879, son of
Thomas and Katherine Bauslaugh. Edu-
cated public and high schools, Paris.
Came to Manitoba, 1900; traveler, Mc-
Allister & Watts, Winnipeg, 1900-1903;
traveler, Kilgour Bros., Winnipeg, 1903-
1908; representative of E. N. Heeney
Co., Ltd., of Montreal, Winnipeg, 1908-
1910; established present business,
Prince Albert, 1910. Club: Canadian
(secretary-treasurer). Recreations: hunt-
ing, fishing. Conservative; Anglican.
Address: Bachelors Club, Prince Albert,

BAWDBN, Bdwin James, B. A. — Bar-
rister and Solicitor. Born Toronto, Sept.
16, 1874, son of George and Susan Thomas
Bawden. Educated: Brandon high school;
Wesley College. Read law with J. A.
Campbell; called to Manitoba bar, 1905;
practised Dauphin since 1905; solicitor,
town of Dauphin, 1905-1911; President,
Dauphin Liberal Association., 1907-1911.
Married Marieta Eleanor Nicholson, 1909,
has one daughter. Club: Dauphin. So-
cieties: A. F. & A. M.; I. O. O. F.
Recreations: tennis, curling. Liberal;
Methodist. Address: Dauphin, Man.


BAWI»r, Catherine. — (Wife of Nicho-
las Bawlf.) Born Almonte, Ont.. daugh-
ter of John and Julia O'Brien Madden.
Educated Almonte. Came to Manitoba,
1878. Member Board Victorian Order of
Nurses. Married Nicholas Bawlf, 1877;
has six sons and two daughters. Clubs:
Women's Musical; Western Art Associa-
tion. President St. Joseph's Orphanage
Society. Actively identified with gen-
eral philanthropic work of Winnipeg.
Roman Catholic. Address: 11 Kennedy
St., Winnipeg, Man.


BAWIiF, Nicholas. — President N.
Bawlf Grain Co., Ltd., Chambers of
Commerce, Winnipeg; president Alberta
grain Co., Ltd.; president Northern Ele-
vator Co.; president Empire Elevator Co.;
director G. T. Pacific Terminal Elevator
Co.; vice-president Monarch Life Insur-
ance Co.; director Standard Trust
Co.; director Great West Permanent
grain Co., Ltd.; director Standard Trust
Loan Co.; director Bank of Toronto;
first vice-president Foley Bros. & Lar-
son Co.; also interested in Northern
Crown Bank, Great West Life Insurance
Co., Canadian Fire Insurance Co. Born
Smith's Falls, Ont., July 17, 1849, son of
Nicholas and Cathrine Bawlf. Educated
public schools, Smith's Falls. Employee
Cossett Bros., Smith's Falls, prior to
coming to Winnipeg in 1875. Flour,
feed and grain business, Winnipeg, since
1877. Chairman Board of Inspectors of
grain grown west of Port Artliur, 1892.
President of Grain Exchange, 1897. Mar-
ried Catherine Madden, Almonte, 1877;
has six sons and two daughters. Club-:
Manitoba. Recreation: horses. Roman
Catholic. Address: 11 Kennedy St., Win-
nipeg, Man.

BAXTES, Truman Smith. — Of Hatch-
ings Furniture Co., 416 Westminster
Ave., Vancouver. Born Perth County,
Ont., Nov. 24, 1867, son of Richard and
Elizabeth Smith Baxter. Educated high
school, Stratford, Ont. Came to British
Columbia, 1890; for some time practiced
as solicitor, Vancouver. Alderman, Van-
couver, three terms. Married Sarah
Whiteside, Vancouver, 1894; has three
sons and one daughter. Club: Commer-
cial. Recreation: motoring. Address:
439 Eighth Ave., E., Vancouver, B. C.


BAYIO:, Bavid Calvin. — License Com-
missioner for Alberta. Born Ottawa, Oct.
13, 1871, son of John and Margaret
Bayne. Educated public schools, Ottawa:
high school, Kemptville, Ont.; Normal
school, Regina. Taught school. Carle-
ton County, Ont., 1893-1898; Lacombe
and Banff, 1899-1903; general merchant.
White & Bayne, Bankhead, Alta., 1903-
1907; present office since 1909. Chair-
man Banff School Board. Married Emma
P. Gamble, Ottawa, 1907; has one son.
Societies: A. P. & A. M.; I. O. O. F.
Liberal; Presbyterian. Address: Banff,

BAYXtTB, John Norman. — Deputy Min-
ister of Municipal Affairs, Province of
Saskatchewan, Regina. Born Ottawa,
Sept. 21, 1876, son of John and Margaret
Bayne. Educated high school, Kempt-
ville, Ont.; Model School, Prescott, Ont.
Taught school. Roebuck, Ont., 1898. En-
gaged journalism, 1900. Came to Regina,

1901, as head teacher of Regina Indus-
trial School; entered Local Improvement
Branch of Department of Public Works,

1902, and remained until Department of
Municipal Affairs was created, 1908,



when made Deputy Minister. Has or-
ganized 180 small Local Improvement
Districts and 120 Rural Municipalities
in Province; also many towns and vil-
lages. Has general supervision over all
municipal work in Saskatchewan. Soci-
eties: A. F. & A. M.; S. O. S. Recrea-
tions: football, curling. Address: Regina,

BEACHAM, Bev. Savelock, B. A. —

Rector of Holy Trinity Church, Vancou-
ver. Born Newcastle, Ont., Aug. 28,
1865, son of David and Agnes Beacham.
Educated St. John's College, Manitoba
University. Ordained deacon 1896, priest
1897; stationed successively at Killarney,
Man., and Cranbrook, B. C. ; later ap-
pointed to present rectorship. Married
Annie MacLean, 1905; has two daugh-
ters. Society: A. P. & A. M. Recrea-
tions: tennis, golf, fishing, cycling. Ad-
dress: 1533 7th Ave., Vancouver, B. C.

BEAIBiSTO, Balpli Keir. — Manager Do-

minion Bank, Calgary. Born Winnipeg,
Feb. 18, 1884, son of William and Helen
Beairsto. Educated public and high
schools, Winnipeg and Rat Portage, Ont.
Junior clerk Merchants Bank, Winnipeg,
1899-1900; joined Dominion Bank, Win-
nipeg, 1901; subsequently manager, Sas-
katoon, Deloraine, Higli River and Han-
ley, Sask; assistant inspector, Winnipeg,
1909; manager of Calgary branch, 1911.
Club: Ranchmen's. Conservative; An-
glican. Address: 112 Fourth Ave., W.,
Calgary, Alta.

BBAIiE, Myles A. — Real Estate and Fi-
nancial Agent. Born London, England,
March 30, 1872, son of Thomas Myles
and Julia Beale. Educated St. Paul's
School, London, England. Engaged tea
ibusiness, London, England, prior to
coming to Canada, 1890. Employee Hal-
ifax Banking Co., Halifax, 1891-1897.
Came to British Columbia, 1897. Presi-
dent Cranbrook Board of Trade, 1907.
Married Marjorie Frances Armstrong,
daughter of James Ferguson Armstrong,
Cranbrook, 1908; has one daughter. So-
cieties: A. F. & A. M.; R. A. M.; K. T.
Conservative; Anglican. Address: Cran-
brook, B. C.

BBAI^S, Colin Bannenuau. — Of Beals
& Son, Agricultural and Implement Deal-
ers, 271 Rice St., Edmonton. Born Char-
lottetown, P. E. I., April 26, 1861, son of
William and Eliza Alice Strang Beals.
Educated public and high schools, Char-
lottetown. Apprentice John A. Hearn &
Co., Boston, Mass., 1879-1884; carriage
builder, Rockland, Mass., 1885-1892; came
to Alberta, 1892; started business under
firm name Kelly & Beals, 1898; partner-
ship dissolved and business continued as
Beals & Hoar, 1906-1908; as Beals, Hoar
& Beals, 1908-1911; present partnership
formed, 1911. Member Edmonton Hos-
pital Board, 1908-1909. Married Mar-
garet Letitia Van Buskirk. Summer-
side, P. E. I., 1884; has two sons and
two daughters. Societies: A. F. & A. M. ;
I. O. O. F. Recreations: shooting, fish-
ing. Liberal; Baptist. Address: 539
15th St., Edmonton, Alta.

BBANI^ANBS, Mrs. Sopliie Theresa —

Artist. Born Victoria, daughter of Hon.
Joseph Despard Pembertoii, C. E. Edu-
cated: Victoria. Studied art, South Ken-
sington, obtaining first class certificate
for drawing from antique, from life and
from still life, 1893; and in school of
Jean Paul Laurens and Ben. Constant.
Paris, obtaining gold medal and first
prize for portrait from life, 1899; exhibited
first before Art Association, Montroal.
1897; has frequently exhibited at Ro^•al
Academy, London; a portrait of "Biljlia
Pierce" was hung on the line and at-
tracted much attention, 1903; exhibited
Paris Salon, 1899; French Exposition, 1900;
S't. Louis Exposition, 1904. Married Rev.
Canon Beanlands, 1905. Address: Vic-
toria, B. C.



BISATTTC, Archibald Mtirray. — Auc-
tioneer, 334 Hastings St., W., Vancouver.
Born Dumfries, Scotland, May 25, 1851,
son of Charles and Elizabeth Beattie.
Educated St. Francis College, Richmond,
Que. Came to British Columbia, 1886.
Command of Richmond Field Artillery,
1878-1883. Consul for Hawaiian Islands,
1892-1895. Married Alice M. Robins,
1879; has three daughters. Address:
1109 Nelson St., Vancouver, B. C.


BEATTT, Samuel W. — Financial
Agent, Aikins Bldg., Winnipeg. Born
Caledon, Ont., June 6, 1876, son of
Mathew and Agnes Beatty. Educated
Russell, Man. Telegraph operator, Glad-
stone, Man., 1896. Came to Winnipeg.
1906. Married Harriett Caswell, Strath-
clair, Man., 1902; has one son and two
daughters. Recreations: fishing, hunt-
ing. Conservative; Presbyterian. Ad-
dress 748 Westminster Ave., Winnipeg,

BEATnE, Bobert Ethelbert. — Of

Beattie-Murphy Co., Ltd., druggists, Ba-
ker St., Cranbrook. President Kootenay
Telephone Lines, Ltd.; director Cran-
brook Electric Light Co., Ltd. Born Bar-
rie, Ont., March 20, 1874, son of G. J.
and Margaret Beattie. Came to Mani-
toba, 1885. Educated public schools,
Winnipeg and Portage la Prairie. Drug-
gist, Portage la Prairie, 1891-1897. Came
to British Columbia and established
present business, 1897. Married Georgina
Henderson, daughter of David Hender-
.son, 1902; has three daughters. Club:
Cranbrook. Societies: A. P. & A. M.; I.
O. O. F.; K. P.; C. O. F.; L O. F. Recre-
ations: curling, motoring. Liberal; Pres-
byterian. Addrees: Cranbrook, B. C.

BEAVEN, Hon. Bobert — Born Leigh,
Staffordshire, England, Jan. 28, 1837. Son
Rev. James Beaven, D. D. Educated
Upper Canada College. Went to Cali-
fornia by way of Panama in the early
days; from California came to British
Columbia and engaged in gold mining;

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