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book form. Was active member. Wom-
en's Literary Club, St. Catharines;
Browning Club, Toronto; Women's Po-
litical (Suffrage), Toronto; Choral So-
ciety; Orpheus Society, Toronto; life
member, Ralston Health Club, Wash-
ington, D. C. ; inember Canadian Women's
Press Club, Winnipeg branch. Recrea-
tion: Tennis. Married William George
Long, manufacturer electrical appliances,
1909. Methodist. Address: 236 Donald
St., Winnipeg, Man.

LONG, Victor Albert. — Artist. Born
Port Erie, Ont., May 24, 1866, son of
Richard and Anne Long. Educated Col-
lege Institute, St. Catharines, Ont.; Trin-
ity Colleege, Dublin. Studied painting,
Munich, Bavaria; and traveled all over
the world, engaged painting. Married
Alexandria Victoria Alexander, 1901; had
one son and one daughter. Club: Cana-
dian. Recreations: Lacrosse, cricket.
Address: Empire Hotel, Winnipeg, Man.


LOFEB, Georg-e Weaver. — Miner and
Capitalist, of Lucky Jim Zinc Mines,
Ltd., shipper of zinc ores and concen-
trates, Nelson. Born New York, N. Y.,
.Ian. 29, 1859, son of William H. and Em-
ily Weaver Loper. Educated Invins



Quaker School. Cordage manufacturer
with George J. Weaver, Philadelphia,
Pa., 1S76; mining since 189S; came to
British Columbia, 1907. Married Fanny-
Gordon, Philadelphia, 1880. Clubs: Met-
ropolitan (New York); New York Yaclit;
Union League (Philadelphia); Spokane
Club (Spokane, Wash.); Nelson Club
(Nelson). Recreation: Hunting. Angli-
can. Address: Nelson, B. C.

I^OBEE, William. — Manager Bank of
Hamilton. Main St., Winnipeg. Born
Southern Manitoba, Dec. 26, 1879. Edu-
cated public schools, Manitoba. Joined
Bank of Hamilton, Carman, Man., 1898;
Western Inspector, Winnipeg, 1907; ap-
pointed present position, 1910. Director,
Hudson's Bay Insurance Co. Married
Katherine E. McCormick, Carman, 1903
has two daughters. Clubs: Carleton
Automobile. Societies: A. F. & A. M.
I. O. O. F.; K. of P. Methodist. Ad-
dress: 143 Harvard Ave., Winnipeg, Man.


IiOTT, Charles S. — Real Estate and
Financial Broker, representing Osier,
Hammond and Nanton, Winnipeg; Cal-
gary & Edmonton Land Co., Cal-
gary and Edmonton Townsites; North of
Scotland Canadian Mortgage Co., Ltd.;
Dominion of Canada Investment &
Debenture Co.; Norwich Union Fire In-
surance Society; Law, Union and Rock
Insurance Co.; Western Assurance Co.;
general agent for Alberta, London Guar-
antee & Accident Co.; the Hudson's Bay

Co.; Alberta Bankhead Mines, Ltd.; Hill-
crest Collieries, Ltd.; Crow's Nest Pass
Coal Co., Ltd.; Vice-President, Pacific
Cartage Company, Ltd. Born London,
England, son of George and Anne Lott.
Came to Canada, 1883; Examiner, C. P.
R. lands, 1883-1888; draughtsman, C. P.
R. Land Office, Winnipeg, 1888-1890;
Land Titles Office, Winnipeg, 1890-1891;
Osier, Hammond & Nanton, Winnipeg,
1S91-1895. Came to Calgary and estab-
lished present business, 1895. M^-rried,
1895, Isabelle May Ruttan (deceased).
Married Juliet Eaton Bodington, Eng-
land, 1911. Clubs: Ranchmen's Club; 3
Calgary Golf and Country; Manitoba
Club, Winnipeg. Anglican. Address: 305
Fourth Ave. W., Calgary, Alta.


LOTT, Herbert Stephen — Of Lott,
Malin & Co., Financial Brokers, Peni-
berton Block, Victoria. Born Suffolk,
England, March 31, 1864, son of S. J.
and Emma Frost Lott. Educated: Mer-
chant Taylor's school, London. With
Sydney Cooper Co., London Stock Ex-
change house, London, 1879-1885; cattle
ranching, Calgary, 1885-1907; establish-
ed present business, 1907. Served as
councillor. Oak Bay Municipality, 1910-
1912. Married Emma A. Lucas, Ottawa,
1897; has four sons and one daughter.
Clubs: Pacific; Victoria Golf. Society:
S. O. E. Recreations: golf, tennis, shoot-
ing, fishing. Conservative; Anglican.
Address: St. James St., Oak Bay, Vic-
toria, B. C.




IiOTJGHi:i:i>, Hon. Senator James
Alexander, K. C. — Of Lougheed, Bennett
& Co., Barristers, Calgary. President
Lougheed & Taylor, brokers, Calgary.
Director Canada Life Assurance Co.
Born Brampton, Ont., Sept. 1, 1854, son
of John and Mary A. Lougheed. Edu-
cated Toronto. Called to Ontario bar,
1877. Practiced at Toronto until 1882;
came to Alberta, 1883; appointed K. C,
1889. F. R. C. I., 1911. Was formerly
a member of the Advisory Council of the
Libei-al Conservative Association of Can-
ada. Bencher of the Law Society of Al-
berta. Called to Senate by the Earl of
Darby, Dec. 10, 1889; upon retirement of

Hon. Sir Mackenzie Bowell from the
leadership of the Conservative party in
the Senate, 1906, was chosen as suc-
cessor, and continues to act in that
capacity. One of the representatives of
tlie Senate at the coronation of King
George and Queen Mary, June, 1911.
Presented to Their Majesties, Bucking-
ham Palace, 1911. Married Isabella Clark
Haidisty, eldest daughter of late Wil-
liam Hardisty, Chief Factor of the Hud-
son's Bay Co., Calgary, 1884; has four
sons and two daughters. Clubs: Rideau,
Ottawa; Country, Ottawa; National and
Albany, Toronto; Ranchmen's. Conserv-
ative. Address: Calgary, Alta.




IiOtTGHEED, James L. — Of Lougheed
& Co.. Real Estate and Financial Brok-
ers, 2343 Main St., Vancouver; Director,
Skeena Lumber Co.; Builders' Trust Cor-
poration. Born Thornbury, Ont., JVIay 22,
1884, son of Lindsay and Ruth McCallum
Lougheed. Came to British Columbia,
1892. Educated public schools. Estab-
lished business on own account, 1906;
formed present company, 1909. Married
Sarah Burns, daughter of William Burns,
Vancouver, 1907; has one son. Recrea-
tion: Motoring. Conservative; Presby-
terian. Address: 536 Victoria St., Van-
couver, B. C. ,

IiOVX:, Holden, M. D., C. M. — Physi-
cian and Surgeon, Cobbald Block, Saska-
toon. Born Carleton Place, Ont., June
IS, 1876, son of John and Margaret
Stewart Love. Educated public schools,
Carleton Place; McGill University, Mon-
treal. Practiced in Grand Forks, N. D.,
prior to coming to Regina, 1910. Mar-
ried Grace Burrows, Paisley, Ont., 1910.
Club: Saskatoon. Societies: A. F. & A.
M.; I. O. O. F. ; Medical Societies. Pres-
byterian. Address: Queen St., Saska-
toon, Sask.

IiOVE, Thomas Alfred. — -President and
Managing Editor, Gazettt Printing Co.,
publishers of The Grand Forks Gazette.
Born Stanton, Dufferin Covinty, Ont.,
March 19, 1883, son of John Arthur and
Martha Walker Love. Educated high
schools. Toronto. On The Herald, Al-
liston; subsequently editor. Gazette,
Rainy River, Ont., during which time
was City Clerk, Rainy River, and first
secretary Rainy River District Board of

Trade; editor, Chronicle, Morden. Man.,
1904-1908. Came to British Columbia,
1908; editor and manager. Pioneer, Phoe-
nix, B. C, 1908-1911; acquired control of
Grand Forks Gazette, 1911. Married
Louise Livingston, 1911. Societies: A.
F. & A. M. ; I. O. O. F. Recreations:
books, hockey, baseball. Conservative;
Presbyterian. Address: Grand Forks,
B. C.

IiOVEIiIi, Georgfe Jolin. — Broker, In-
dustrial Promoter, 449 Main St., Winni-
peg. Born Toronto, Dec. 1, 1861, son of
George and Eliza Lovell. Educated
public schools, business college, Toronto.
Clerk with Hart & Rawlinson, Toronto,
Ont., 1876. Established present business.
1908. President, Odorkill Mfg. Co.; Man-
aging Director, Manitoba Beach Co.;
Secretary-Treasurer Hardware Special-
ties, Ltd.; Vice-President, Northwestern
Battery Co., Ltd. Served with Oueen's
Own Rifles, Toronto, 1884-1889. Married
Mary Bethel Adams, 1890; has one son
and two daughters. Club: Commercial.
Societies: Clef; A. F. & A. M.; I. O. O. F.
(P. G.). Liberal; Anglican. Address:
413 Furby St., Winnipeg, Man.

IiOVT, David, M. D., C. M., M. B. —

Physician. Born Bainsford, Scotland,
Dec. 17, 1868, son of George and Mar-
garet Low. Educated Harrison hi>s:h
school; College Institute, Gait, Ont.; Mc-
Gill University. On house staff Mon-
treal General Hospital, 1889-1890. Came
to Regina, 1890 and practiced there
since. Jail surgeon since 1897; organ-
ized Regina Victoria Hospital, 1900; or-
ganized branch, British Medical Asso-
ciation; member British Association for
Advancement of Science; Medical Health
Officer, Regina, 1894-1901; member of
Council University of Saskatchewan,
1907-1908; now member of Senate; Presi-
dent Game Protective Association. Mar-
ried Mary Wilson Carter Todd, Gait,
Ont., 1894; has one son and two daugh-
ters. Clubs: Canadian; Assiniboia. So-
cieties: A. F. & A. M.; A. O. U. W.;
A. O. F.; C. O. F.; I. O. F.; S. O. S.
Recreations: Hunting, shooting, fishing,
boating. Presbyterian. Address: 1927
Scarth St., Regina, Sask.

^OWE, Hon. Bol)ert. — ^President of
Yukon Council, Dawson. Born near To-
ronto, Ont., May 4, 1869. Engaged
freighting" business; part owner White-
horse tramway. Member for White-
horse, Territorial Council. Unsuccess-
ful candidate for House of Commons,
1908. Address: Dawson, Y. T.




IiOVTES, Pred Charles. — Of F. C.

Lowes & Co., Real Estate, Insurance and
Financial Brokers. Born Brampton, Ont.,
son of D. Trueman and Annie C. Lowes.
Educated Toronto. With Canada Life
Assurance Co., Toronto; came to Al-
berta, 1902. Secretary Canada Life
Insurance Co. for Alberta and Saskat-
chewan, 1902-1903; Inspector, same com-
pany, same territory, 1903-1906; re-

signed, 1906, and established present
business with branch offices at Leth-
bridge, Edmonton, London, England;
New York City; High River and Nanton;
and agents throughout England and
United States. Clubs: Ranchmen's; Cal-
gary; Alberta; Edmonton (Edmonton);
Chinook (Lethbridge). Society: A. F. &
A. M. Recreations: Motoring, golf, la-
crosse. Address: Calgary, Alta.


XiOWEBV, -Bobert N. — Of Lowery

Bros.. Real Estate Agents, 925 Main St.,
Winnipeg. Born Detroit, Mich., July 13,
1882, son of Edward and Christina Law-
ery. Educated public schools, Winnipeg,
Man. Came to Winnipeg. 1883; account-
ant, Geo. Peck & Co., 1901-1904. Mar-
ried Gertrude Bowman, Winnipeg, 1909.
Club: Canadian. Society: A. F. & A. M.
Recreations: All outdoor sports. Inde-
pendent; Methodist. Address: Newton
and Pacific St., Winnipeg, Man.

IiOWERV, "Colonel" Bobert Thornton.

— Editor "The Ledge," Greenwood. Born
Halton County, Ont., April 12, 1859, son
of William L. and Mary Lowery. Edu-
cated private and public schools. Came
to British Columbia, 1891; has created
and published twenty-three different
journals. Lived Nelson, Fernie, Kaslo,
Vancouver, Poplar Creek. Author of hu-
morous and other writings published all
over the world. Address: Greenwood,
B. C.

LOWBY, William A. — Financial Agent
807 First street E., Calgary. Born Well-
ington County, Ont., July 19, 1878, son
of Clifton and Margaret Lowry. Edu-
cated public, high and normal schools.
Taught school, Manitoba, 1897. Came to
Albrta, 1899. Served with Strathcona's
Horse, South African War; president
Alberta Veterans' Association. Married
Clara Frizell, Winnipeg; has two daugh-
ters. Address: 528 Twentieth Avenue W.,
Calgary, Alta.

IilTCAS, Edward Alexander. — Barrister,
of Lucas & Lucas, 72 Exchange Bldg.,
Vancouver. Born Sarnia, Ont., Feb. 25,
1884, son of Alexander and Jane Frances
Lucas. Came to British Columbia, 1903.
Educated public schools; Toronto Uni-
versity. Practiced Vancouver since 1909.
Notary public. Served with 102nd Regi-
ment Rocky Mountain Rangers. Club:
Royal Vancouver Yacht. Recreations:
yachting. Address: 1618 Pendrell St.,
Vancouver, B. C.

IiUCAS, Frederick G-eorg'e Tanner.,

B. A. — Of Lucas & Lucas, Barrister, Ex-
change Bldg., Vancouver. Born Alvin-
ston, Ont., Sept. 29, 1878, son of Alex-
ander and Jane Frances Lucas. Came to
British Columbia, 1900. Educated public
schools; Toronto University. Article to
J. A. Harvey, K. C; R. W. Harris, K. C.
and Joseph Martin, K. C. Practiced Van-
couver, 1905; formed partnership with
his brother, 1909. Ex-President Young
Conservative Club, Vancouver. Recrea-
tion: yachting. Conservative. Address:
1618 Pendrill St., Vancouver, B. C.

IiUCrBIir, Capt. Charles Henry. — Bar-
rister and Journalist. Born Frederlcton,
N. B., son of Charles Simeon and Martha
L. Lugrin (U. E. L. stock). Educated
University of New Brunswick. Practiced
New Brunswick. Clerk of the Peace;
Clerk of Circuits; Clerk of County Court,
Victoria County, N. B. ; Secretary of
Agriculture, province of New Brunswick.
Served artillery at St. Stephen, Fenian
Raid, 1865; later Captain permanent
militia. Contributed freely to magazines,
author of numerous boys' stories and of
social pamphlets on economic and geo-
gi~aphical questions. Married Mary Jane
Raymonds, Grand Falls, N. B. ; has six
daughters. Club: Pacific. Address: Es-
quimalt, B. C.


IiUKE, Fred Eug'ene Byland. — Man-
ager Canada Cycle & Motor Co., Ltd.,
Canada Block, Winnipeg. Born Whitby,
Ont, March 19, 1877, son of Thomas M.
and Henriette H. Hyland Luke. Edu-
cated public schools and College Insti-
tute, Ontario. Office Manager A. S. Whit-
ing & Co., Cedardale, Ont., 1895-1897;
Manager Welland Vale Mfg. Co., St.
Catharines, Ont., 1897-1899; these com-
panies being merged into Canada Cycle
& Motor Co., Ltd., head office of same
Toronto, 1899-1904; St. Johns, N. B.,
charge for the company Maritime Prov-
inces, 1904-1906; traveled in the Orient
firm's interests 1906; appointed manager
Winnipeg branch 1908. President Mo-
tor Trade Association; member execu-
tive Winnipeg Automobile Club. Served
three years with 19th Regiment, St.
Catharines. Married Lillian Blanche
Dulmadge, Winnipeg, 1908. Clubs: Can-
adian; Secretary Stonewall Automobile;
Business Science Club. Societies: A. F.
& A. M. ; K. of P. Recreation: Motor-
ing. Conservative; Anglican. Address:
3 Moxan Court, Winnipeg, Man.


I^VNDQUIST, lyn — Of Lundquist
Brothers, Financial and Real Estate
Brokers, Estevan: member of Estevan
Board of Trade. Born Clitherall, Otter
Tail County, Minn., Jan. 18, 1875, son
of Peter N. and Betsy Lundquist. Edu-
cated: public schools, Clitherall; com-
mercial and academic courses at Luther
College, Fergus Falls, Minn. Taught
school, Clitherall, 1897-1899; hardware
and implement business, Clitherall, 1899-
1902; timber locator, Idaho, 1902-1904;
built Estevan Flour Mills, and mana,ged
same, 1904-1910; manager, Lundquist &
Sons, bankers, 1904-1905; built and man-
aged Delight Theatre, Estevan, 1910-
1912; established present business, 1912.
Societies: K. P.; United Artisans. Rec-
reation: gardening. Lutheran. Address:
Estevan, Sask.

L. R. C. P.

IilTNDY, John Edg'ar, "SIL. B. (Toronto
Univ.), 1. R. C. P. (Edintourgh) — Phy-
sician and Surgeon, Newman Bldg., Por-
tage la Prairie. Born Sheffield, Ont., Oct.
7, 1875, son of John Bostwick and Lydia
Lundy. Educated public schools. Col-
lege Institute; Toronto University;
Edinburgh University; Vienna. Prac-
ticed Preston, Ont., 1898; came to Man-
itoba 1900; Director Lake Manitou San-
itorium, Watrous, Sask.; Medical Exam-
iner, Mutual Life of Canada; Canada

Life; Confederation Life; National Life;
Great West; Sun; Crown; Aetna; British
Empire; London and Lancashire Co.
General Hospital Surgeon, G. T. P.; Med-
ical Officer Indian Department; Surgeon
C. P. R.; Medical Officer 18th Mounted
Rifles. Married Agnes Duncan Barnett,
1904; has one son and one daughter.
Club: Portage. Societies: A. F. & A. M. ;
I. O. O. F. Recreation: Shooting. Lib-
eral; Anglican. Address: 205 Lome
Ave., Portage la Prairie, Man.


LUNDY, John Egbert. — Of the Lundy-
McLeod Land Co., McDougall Ave., Ed-
monton; Director Edmonton Exhibition
Association; Director Alberta Pacific
Portland Cement Co. Born Norval, Ont.,
Sept. 18, 1871, son of James Brown and
Clementina McKinnon Lundy. Educated
high school, Brampton, Ont. Hardware
salesman, J. M. Bond Co., Guelph, Ont.,
1883; Manager of mining interests, Bon-
anza and Dominion Creeks, Dawson City,
1899-1900. Came to Alberta, 1902; sales-
man Ross Bros., Ltd., Edmonton, 1902;
traveling salesman, Revillon Freres,
Ltd.; established present business 1910.
Alderman Edmonton, 1909-1912; Chair-
man Industrial and Parks Committee;
Director Royal Alexandra Hospital; Di-
rector Edmonton Exhibition Association;
Director Young Women's Christian As-
sociation; Director Edmonton Public Li-
brary. Married Mary Cliristina McLeod,
1900; has one son and one daughter. So-
ciety: I. O. O. F. Liberal; Baptist. Ad-
dress: 368 12th St., Edmonton, Alta.




ZiUNNEV, John Frederick — Of Ander-
son, Lunney & Co., Real Estate and Fi-
nancial Agents, 2007 S. Railway St., Re-
gina; Director, Dominion Dairy & Prod-
uce Co., Ltd. Born Durham, Ont., March
9, 1878, son of William and Jane Mullen
Lunney. Educated public and high
schools, Durham. Taught school. Wa-
ters Falls, Ont., 1898-1899; Mulock, Ont.,
1899; attended Canada Business College,
Hamilton, 1900; with Crown Oil Co.,
Hamilton, 1900-1904. Came to Saskat-
chewan, 1904; with International Har-
vester Co., Regina, 1904-1906; estab-
lished present business, 1906. Married
Pearl M. Harwood, Regina, 1909. Club:
Assiniboia. Societies: A. F. & A. M. ; I.
O. O. F. Recreation: driving. Conserva-
tive (Secretary, Young Men's Conserva-
tive Club, Regina) ; Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: 300S Victoria Ave., Regina, Sask.

IiUNO, Creorg-e Albert. — Assessor, Med-
icine Hat. Born Markham Township,
May 31, 1860, son of Henry Christopher
and Mary Clarinda Luno. Educated pub-
lic schools Ontario. Jewelry apprentice,
Toronto, 1881; came to Alberta 1885; ap-
pointed Assessor and Building Inspector,
1910; served as Councillor, Medicine Hat,
1900-1901. Married Cordelia Darke,
Stonewall, Man., 1887; has one son and
two daughters. Society: A. F. & A. M.
Recreations: Cycling, motoring. Con-
servative; Methodist. Address: Medicine
Hat, Alta.

IiTTRIi:, IiOuis Robert — Financier, 333
Homer St.. Vancouver; President Louis
n. Lurie & Co. Born Chicago, Sept. 6,
1888, son of Robert and Lena Lurie.
Educated public schools, Chicago. Fol-




lowed diversified financial interests until
came to Vancouver, 1911. Interested !n
financial affairs, Vancouver, promoting
several large corporations. Recreations;
motoring, big game hunting. Address:
Granville Mansions, Vancouver, B. C


I.USBY, L. Blair. — Of Anderson &
Lusby, Wholesale and Retail Hardware
and Ship Chandlery, 634 Columbia St.,
New Westminster. Born Amherst, N. S.,
Nov. 19, 1870, son of John C. and Mary



E. Purely Lusby. Educated public and
high schools. Clerk Rhodes, Curry &
Co., Amherst, 1889. Came to British
Columbia 1890. Bookkeeper for W. J.
Walker, New ^Westminster, 1890-1892;
bookkeeper "Victoria Canning Co., New
Westminster, 1892; accountant, Rhodes
Curry Co., Amherst, 1894-1898; Auditor^
Town of Amherst 1894, 1895, 1896 and^
1897; accountant R. F. Anderson & Co.,
New Westminster, 1898-1902; present
partnership formed 1903. Served as Ser-
geant 6th Regiment New Westminster,
1900-1908; ex-President New Westmin-
ster Board of Trade. Married Maggie
A. Lennie, 1894; has one son. Recrea-
tions: Rifle and trap shooting, hunting.
Liberal; Baptist. Address: 215 Royal
Ave., New Westminster, B. C.


I^USSIER, Joseph Emile. — General
Contractor, owner of Hillside Dairy
Farm; North Ranch, "Circle B," South
Ranch, Medicine Hat District; President
Redcliff Clay Products Co., Ltd.; Lussier
Construction Co., Ltd. Born St. Denis,
Que., Nov. 22, 1863, son of tJdger and Lo-
cadie Lussier. Educated Mount Harmon
College, Massachusetts. Contracting,
1903. Married Louisa A. Swawell, oi
Chicago, 1888-1903. Came to Alberta
Pickering, Yorkshire, England; has one
son and two daughters. Club: Cypress.
Society: A. F. & A. M. Recreation: Driv-
ing. Anglican. Address: P. O. Box 83,
Medicine Hat, Alta,


IiUXTOir, A. p., K. C. — Of Pooley,
Luxton & Pooley, Barristers, 1218 Lang-
ley St., Victoria. Born Brushford, De-
vonshire, England, Nov. 15, 1863, son of
R. G. Luxton. Educated England. Ad-
mitted Socilitor, England, 1887. Came
to British Columbia 1888; called to Brit-
ish Columbia Bar, 1890; appointed K. C.
1905. Commissioner and joint editor for
revision of Statutes of British Columbia.
Married Miss Martin, Hamilton, 1899;
has four daughters. Club: Union. Rec-
reations: Shooting, golf, cricket, fishing.
Conservative; Anglican. Address: 1663
Rockland Ave., Victoria, B. C.

LYALI, Peter Douglas Iiorne — Vice-
President and General Manager, Lyall-
Mitchell Co. Ltd., General contractors.
Union Station, Winnipeg; President,
Northwest Quarries Co. Ltd.; Vice-Pres-
ident, Mercantile Investments Co. Born
Montreal, Sept. IB, 1875, son of Peter
and Christian Oman Lyall. Educated:
public schools; Fett's College. With
Peter Lyall & Sons, Contractors, Mon-
treal, 1890-1905; western manager, Win-
nipeg, 1905-1908; present position since
1908. Married Ida May Johnson, 1897;
has one daughter. Clubs: Manitoba; St.
Charles Country (Governor); Carleton;
Commercial Travellers. Reereation:
curling (Past President, Manitoba Curl-
ing Assa.). Presbyterian. Address: 244
Wellington Crescent, Winnipeg, Man


ImYImE, Amos Moore, M. Ii. A.— Parmer
and Breeder of Clydesdale Horses; Di-
rector Temperance Hotel Association;
Director Lyleton Clydesdale Horse
Breeders' Association. Born near Smith's
Falls, Ont.. Oct. S, 1866. son of Samuel
and Mary Moore Lyle. Educated Smith's
Falls and Morrisburg, Ont. Cabinet
maker, Morrisburg, 1883; came to Man-
itoba, 1886 and took up land. Unsuc-
cessful candidate for Manitoba Legis-
lature, 1907; elected, representing Ar-
thur, 1910. Councillor, Lyleton, 1910.
Married Lillian G. Lyle. Smith's Falls,
1900. Societies: I. O. O. F.; L. O. L.
Conservative: Presbyterian. Address:
Lyleton, Man.

JiYImH, John Percival. — Real Estate
and Insurance Broker. Born Barnstaple,
England, July 14. 1878, son of Samuel
and Mary Squire Lyle. Educated Gram-
mar School Barnstaple. Insurance Agent
London, England, 1897; served as Ser-
geant, Imperial Yeomanry, South African
War, 1900-1902; came to Canada 1903;
established present business 1905. Coun-
cillor, Lloydminster, 1906-1907; Mayor,
1910. Married Marie B. Batcher, 1904:
has two sons. Societies: A. F. & A. M.;
I. O. O. F. Recreation: Shooting. Lib-
eral: Anglican. Address: Lloydminster,

I.YNCE, Edwin D., M. L. A. — Farmer,
Born Middlesex, Aug. 1860, son of Wil-
liam Lynch. Came to Manitoba 1871;
to California, 1874. Educated schools at
Sacramento, Cal. Returned to Manitoba
1883 and settled on homestead, West-
bourne. An unsuccessful candidate to
Manitoba Leg-islature for Lakeside,
1899; elected 1903; re-elected 1907. Mar-
ried daughter of David Morrison, 1885.
Conservative. Address: Westbourne,

EDWIN JAiVjES LVii.X, Al. l!, L. R. C.

P.. M. K. C. S.

I^YON, Edwin James, M. £., !•. B. C.

P., M. B. C. S, — Physician, McArthur

Bldg., Winnipeg. Born Guelph, Ont.,

April 25, 1880, son of James W^alter and
Lucy Lyon. Educated College Institute,
Guelph; Toronto University; three years
post graduate work, London, England,
Hospital; General Hospital, Birming-
ham, England, as House Surgeon under
Gilbert Barling, F. R. C. S., a year and
a half. Came to Manitoba 1910. Medi-
cal E.xaminer Home Life Insurance Co.;
North American Life Insurance Co.;
Western Life Insurance Co. Club: Man-
itoba. Society: Midland Medical Society,
England. Presbyterian. Address: 600
Broadway, Winnipeg, Man.

IiVONS, John Homer — President,
Lyons Harstone Investments, Ltd., 633
First Ave., Edmonton. Born Malahide
Township, Elgin County, Ont., March 23,
1868, son of John C. and Mary Jane
Lvons. Educated public schools, Spring-
field, Ont. Came to Edmonton, 1902;
partner, Latta-Lyons, Blacksmiths, Car-
riage Builders and Structural Iron
Workers, Edmonton, 1902-1911; present
business estaijlished 1911. Director, Ed-
monton Fair Association, three years.
Married Mary Eliza Corliss, daughter of
Lyman Corliss, Elgin County, Ont., 1890;

Online LibraryC. W. ParkerNorthern who's who; a biographical dictionary of men and women → online text (page 51 of 102)