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County; Collegiate Institute Toronto;
Toronto University. Came to Alberta
1893; school teacher Lethbridge and Ed-



monton 1894-1898; book and stationery
business, Edmonton, 1898; appointed
present ofRce 1907; Alderman Edmonton,
1899; Mayor 1900-1901; 1905; member of
Edmonton Hospital Board for many
years: President Edmonton Board of
Trade. 1903; ex-President Associated
Boards of Trade of Western Canada.
Married Christina Braden, Winnipeg,
1907; has one son and one daughter.
Club: Edmonton. Societies: A. F. & A.
M. (P. M. ); St. Andrew's. Recreation:
Curling. Presbyterian. Address: 337
Sixth St., Edmonton, Alta.



MACKENZIi:, Philip Edward, B. A-,
Iili. B. — Of McCraney, Mackenzie &
Hutchinson, Barristers and Solicitors,
Saskatoon. Born London, Ont., Jan. 9,
1872, son of Philip and Elizabeth Mac-
kenzie. Educated Collegiate Institute
London; Toronto University. Admitted
to Ontario Bar, 1896; practiced London
1901; came to Kenora, Ont., and entered
into partnership with W. J. Moran under
firm name of Moran & Mackenzie, 1905;
later continued practice by himself until
1910; came to Saskatoon and formed
present partnership 1910. Crown Attor-
ney and Clerk of the Peace at Kenora
for District of Rainy River 1904-1910.
Married Agnes Strickland Vickers, To-
ronto. 1902. Clubs: Saskatoon, Lake of
the Woods (Kenora). Recreations: Row-
ing, football, baseball. Liberal; Angli-
can. Address: Spadina Crescent, Sas-
katoon, Sask.



MACKENZIE, Roderick. — Secretary
Manitoba Grain Growers' Association,
275 Sherbrooke St., Winnipeg. Born Hu-
ron County, Ont., March 3, 1850, son of
Colin and Ann Mackenzie. Came to Man-
itoba 1877; farmed Bra:ndon District;
has been prominently identified with
Grain Growers' Association movement
since its inception; came to Winnipeg,
as editor of the Grain Growers' Guide,
the official organ of the Association,
1908. President of the Public Press
Printing Co., Winnipeg, publishers of the
Guide. Married Janet McDonald, Luck-
now, Ont., 1876; has four sons. Liberal;
Presbyterian. Address: Brandon, Man.



MACKENZIE, B. G. B.— Barrister-at-
Ivaw. Born Petrolca, Ont., Dec. 21, 1874,
son of Christopher MacKenzie, P. M.,
and Kalherine Mackenzie. Educated Os-
goodc Hall. Practiced Petrolea, 1901-
1905: Manitoba, 1907-1911; Sidney since
1912. Married Christina Turnbull, Win-
nipeg, 1909. Society: A . F. & A. M.
(Scottish Rite). Conservative; Anglican.
Address: Sidney, B. C



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WHO'S WHO AND WHY




NORMAN MACKENZIE, K. C.



MACKENZIE, Norman, K. C — Of Mac-
kenzie, Brown, Thom & McMorran, Bar-
risters, Scarth St., Regina. Born Sarnia,
Ont., Jan. 27, 1869, son of His Honour
John A. Mackenzie, County Court Judge,
Lambton County, Ont. Educated Upper
Canada College and Osgoode Hall. Came
to Regina 1891, entered into partnership
with Hon. George W. Brown, the firm at
present being Mackenzie, Brown, Thom



& McMorran and Mackenzie, Brown,
MacDonald & Bastedo. Official Admin-
istrator, 1910; appointed Official Guard-
ian of the Province of Saskatchewan,
1910. Appointed King's Counsel, 1907.
Bencher of Saskatchewan Law Society
since organization. Married Clara Erma
McMorran, Port Huron, Mich., 1908. Lib-
eral; Presbyterian. Address; Regina,
Sask.



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WHO'S WHO AND WHY



MACKENZIE, B. J. — Railroad Con-
tractoi', having charge of construction
work C. N. R. Born Kirkiield, Ont.,
March, 1873, son of Sir William Mac-
kenzie, President C. N. R., and Margaret
Mackenzie. Educated Upper Canada Col-
lege. Came to Winnipeg 1885, and per-
manently 1895. Married Mary Elizabeth
Cushing, California, 1910. Clubs: Mani-
toba, Carleton, St. Charles Country. Rec-
reations: Horses and outdoor sports. Ro-
man Catholic. Address: 245 Kennedy
St., TVinnipeg, Man.




HARRY GOODSIR MACKID, M. B., M.
D. (Toronto), L. R. C. P. (Edin.), L. F.
P. & S. (Glasgow), L. M. (Edin. and
Glasgow).

MACKID, Harry Goodsir, M. E., M. D.
(Toronto), I.. R. C. P. (Edin.), !■. F. P.
8& S. (Glasg-ow), !■. M. (Edin. and Glas-
g-ow). — Of Drs. Mackid & Maclaren, Phy-
sicians and Surgeons, 220 6th Ave. E.,
Calgary. Born Goderich, Ont., Aug. 19,
1858, son of Rev. Alexander and Julia
Brown Mackid. Educated high school,
Goderich; Toronto University; Edin-
burgh, Berlin and Vienna. Practiced
Lucknow. Ont., 1879-1884; Seaforth, Ont.,
1884-1889; came to Alberta, 1889. Mem-
ber of Calgary School Board 1891-1892;
member of Consulting Staffs Calgary
General Hospital, Medicine Hat General
Hospital and Holy Cross Hospital, Cal-
gary; Coroner for Alberta, Chief Surgeon
C. P. R., Alberta Division; member Col-
lege of Physicians and Surgeons, On-
tario, Northwest Territories. Served as
Councillor, Lucknow. Ont., 1883. Served
with Queen's Own Rifles, Toronto, 1876-
1879. Married Matilda Meyer, Seaforth,
1891; has one son. Club: Ranchmen's.
Societies: A. F. & A. M. ; I. O. O. F. Lib-
eral; Presbyterian. Address: 220 Sixth
Ave. E., Calgary, Alta.




L. S. MACKID, M. D., C. M. (McGill).

MACKID, I.. Stewart, M. D., C. M.
(McGill). — Of Drs. Mackid & MacLaren,
Surgeons, 220 6th Ave. E., Calgary. Born
Lucknow, Ont., June 1, 1882, son of Dr.
H. Goodsir and Matilda Mackid. Came
to Alberta 1889. Educated St. John's
College, Winnipeg; Upper Canada Col-
lege; McGill University; Post Graduate
Course Vienna, Berlin, Paris, London.
Practiced Calgary since 1904. Assist-
ant Surgeon C. P. R. Alberta Division.
Served as Commanding Officer with XVII
Field Ambulance. Address: 220 6th Ave.
B., Calgary, Alta.

MACKIE, Henry Arthur, B. A., B. C. !■.

— Of Cormack & IMackie, Barristers, Ed-
monton. Born Cookshire, Que., Jan. 17,
1878, son of Joseph Ignace and Clotilda
Lantange Mackie. Educated high school;
Bishop's College. Lennoxville; Ottawa
University; McGill University. Came
to Alberta 1907; practiced Ed,monton
since 1908. Married Katherine Imogene
Coaticooke, Que., 1909; has one
Societies: I. O. O. F. ; K. of P.;
Recreation: Shooting. Conserva-
Anglican. Address: Edmonton,



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MACKIE, Thomas. — Chief of Police,
Calgarv. Born Ellon, Aberdeenshire,
Scotland, Sept. 29, 1865, son of John and
Jane Forrest Mackie. Educated Cair-
norrie public schools, Aberdeenshire.
Constable, Greenock, Scotland, 1889.
Came to Alberta 1903. Married Jane
Elizabeth Mackie, Aberdeen, 1891; has
two sons and two daughters. Address:
226 15th Ave. E., Calgary, Alta.



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WHO'S WHO AND WHY




JOHN McT.KLI^AN MACKINNON



MACKINXrOIT, John McLellan. — Cap-
italist, of Mackinnon, Horton & Co., Land
and Timber Brolters, 413 Granville St.,
Vancouver. Born Inverness, Scotland,
Sept. 1, 1863, son of Charles and Mary
McLellan Mackinnon. Educated public
schools; Watt's Institute, Edinburgh.
Came to British Columbia 1885. Organ-
ized and built plant and manager for
six years, Canadian Pacific Pulp Co.,
Ltd., Swansea Bay; built Mackinnon
Bldg., 1897; has been interested in de-



velopment of mines, timber and country
generally for the last twenty years. Mar-
ried Jane Grant, 1894; has two sons and
one daughter. Clubs: Vancouver, Royal
Vancouver Yacht; life member Inverness
Association, London, England; life mem-
ber Vancouver Rowing Club; member
Vancouver Board of Trade; K. of P. Rec-
reations: Rowing, fishing, shooting. Con-
servative; Presbyterian. Address: 1933
Robson St., Vancouvei-, B. C. Summer
home: Hardy Island, B. C.



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WHO'S "WHO AND WHY




GEO. E. L. MACKINNON, M. D., C. M.

MACKINNON, Georg-e E. I.., M. D., C-

M. — Physician and Surgeon. Born Alex-
andria, Ont., Dec. 12, 1879, son of John
and Jane MacKinnon. Educated McGill
University, Montreal. Practiced Wil-
llamstown, Ont., 1902-1906. Came to Brit-
ish Columbia 1906; practiced Cranbrook
since. Societies: A. F. & A. M. ; I. O. O.
F.; K. P.; S. O. S. Conservative; Pres-
byterian. Address: Cranbrook, B. C.



MACKINNON, John Percival, LI. B.—

Barrister. Born Winnipeg, June 25, 1884,
son of John Reayie and Ablgal MacKin-
non. Educated Portage la Prairie and
Winnipeg. Articled student-at-law Por-
tage la Prairie, 1902; came to MacGregor,
1908; Solicitor for Municipality and on
management of most of secular organ-
izations in district; holds commission
18th Mounted Rifles. Club: Portage la
Prairie. Society: A. F. & A. M. Recrea-
tions: Football, rowing, canoeing, riding,
shooting. Conservative; Protestant. Ad-
dress: MacGregor, Man.



MACI1ACHI.AN, WiUiam Macneille,
C. A. — Of Helliwell, Moore & Maclach-
lan, (formerly Clarkson, Cross & Helli-
well), Chartered Accountants, 543 Hast-
ings St., Vancouver. Born Ayr, Scotland,
Sept. 16, 1875, son of William and Katli-
erine Wilson Maclachlan. Educated
Ayr Academy; Edinburgh University.
Clerk with Moores, Carson & Watson,
Chartered Accountants, Glasgow, 1894;
Assistant Accountant. Pelican & Brilisli
Empire Life Insurance Co., London,
England, 1900-1907; clerk, Marwick,



Mitchell & Co., Winnipeg, 1907-1908;
clerk, Clarkson, Cross & Helliwell, Van-
couver, 1908-1911; became partner of
present firm, May, 1911. Clubs: Uni-
versity, (Vancouver), British Columbia
Golf. Recreations; tennis, golf, skating.
Conservative. Address: 1345 Robson
St., Vancouver, B. C.




A. H. MACLAREN, B. A., M. D., C. M.



MACIiABEN, Archibald Henderson, B.
A., M. D., C. M. — Physician and Surgeon,
220 6th Ave. E., Calgary. Born Hunt-
ingdon, Que., July 20, 1876, son of Wil-
liam Scott and Mary Maclaren. Educat-
ed McGill University, Montreal. House
Surgeon St. Luke's Hospital, Ottawa,
1902-1903; PMrst Surgeon Trans-Conti-
nental Railway Survey, 1905-1907; came
to Alberta 1907; practiced Calgary since.
Married Agnes Meyer, 1911. Clubs: Al-
berta. Golf and Country. Recreations:
Hunting, golf, tennis. Liberal; Presby-
terian. Address: 115 Second Ave. W.,
Calgary, Alta.



MACIiABBN, James Barnet. — Manu-
facturer. Born Buckingham, Que., Sept.
22. 1866, son of James and Ann Mac-
Laren. Educated public schools Buck-
ingham; Upper Canada College, Toronto,
Ont. Director North Pacific Lumber Co.;
James MacLaren Co. Married Harriet
M. Kenny; has two sons. Clubs: Van-
couver; Rideau (Ottawa), Laurentian
(Ottawa). Recreations: Fishing, hunt-,
ing, golf. Address: Vancouver, B. C.



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WHO'S WHO AND WHY




EWBN WAINWRIGHT MACLEAN



MA.CImHA.N, Ewen Wainwrig'ht. — Finan-
cial Agent, 142 Hastings St., Vancouver.
Born Nagasaki, Japan, Sept. 17, 1863,
son of Hugh Alex, and Saraii MacLean.
Educated Hong Kong. Came to British
Columbia 1887. Director A. J. Burton
Saw Co., Ltd.; Director Dominion Trust



Co., Ltd.; Director Pacific Marine Insur-
ance Co.; Director Natural Resources
Co., Ltd. Married Ella M. Wilson, 1889;
has two sons and two daughters. Clubs:
Terminal City, Vancouver. Address: 1184
Nelson St., Vancouver, B. C.



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WHO'S WHO AND WHY



MACIiABEir, Jas. T.— Real Estate
and Financial Agents of MacLaren Bros.,
Ninth Ave. and First St., W., Calgarv.
Born Carleton County, Ont., Oct. 13, 1879,
son of Henry and Helen MacLaren. Ed-
ucated: Carleton County and Belleville.
Ont.; with Jas. MacLaren & Co., Bucking-
ham, Que., prior to coming to Alberta,
1S9.5; merchant, Strathcona, Alta. : is also
interested in coal, real estate and Britisli
Columbia fruit lands. Married Agnes
Blyth, Ottawa; has one son and one
daughter. Club: St. Andrew's Golf Club;
Society: I. O. F. Recreations: atliletics,
driving, boating, fishing. Conservative;
Presbyterian. Address: 3 08 Fourteenth
Ave., W., Calgary, Alta.




HUGH A. MACLEAN



MACIiEAN, Hug-li A. — President Al-
liance Investment Co., Ltd., 709 1st St.
W., Calgary; Vice-President Western
Canada Construction Co., Ltd.: Director
Diamond Coal Co., Ltd. Born Montague,
P. E. I.; May 16, 1868, son of Alexander
and Annie MacLean. Educated Mon-
tague. Silver worker with Towle Mfg.
Co., Newburyport, Mass., 1888; Gospel
Soloist United States and Canada, 1895-
1904; engaged men's furnishing busi-
ness, Londonderry, N. S., 1904; came to
Alberta and founded present company,
1904. Married Lillian Stevenson, North
River, P. E. I., 1900; lias three sons and
one daughter. Societies: A. F. & A. M.;
K. of P.; Maccabees. Recreation: Mo-
toring. Liberal; Baptist. Address: 1719
College St., Calgary, Alta.



MACIiEAN, Hugh Archibald, K. C. —

Of Elliott. MacLean & Shandley, Barris-
ters, Law Chambers, Victoria. Born
Woodstock, N. B., Dec. 26, 1859, son of
Hugh and Mahala Ann Maclean. Edu-
cated Ottawa grammar school. Called



to Ontario, Manitoba and British Colum-
bia Bars; practiced Winnipeg as mem-
ber of firm of Bolster & Maclean; Mar-
tin, Maclean & Curtis. Deputy Attorney
General Manitoba, 1896-1S98. Deputy
Attorney General British Columbia, 1898-
1910. Married Charlotte Grace Jennery
Barrett, Victoria; has two sons. Ad-
dress: 1020 Moss St., Victoria, B. C.



niACIiEAK, James A., M. A., Fh. D.

President Manitoba University. Winni-
peg. Born Mayfair, Ont., Aug. 2, 1868.
Educated public school, Mayfair: Colle-
giate Institute, Strathroy, Ont.; Toronto
University (highest honors in Classics,
1892); Columbia University (M. A.,
Ph. D., 1894); President and Professor of
Political Science, University of Idaho,
1896-1912; present position since 1912.
Address: Winnipeg, INIan.



MACIiEAM', John Duncan, M. D., C. M. —

Physician and Surgeon; Surgeon to Brit-
ish Columbia Copper Co., Ltd.; New Do-
minion Copper Co., Ltd. Born Charlotte-
town, P. B. I., Nov. 8, 1875, son of Roder-
ick and Effie MacLean. Educated Prince
of Wales College, Charlottetown; McGill
Medical College, Montreal. Practiced
medicine Nogalles, Mexico, 1906; Green-
wood since 1906. Married Mary Gertrude
Watson, Owen Sound, Ont., 1911. Club:
Greenwood. Societies: A. F. & A. M.;
I. O. O. F. ; K. of P. Recreations: Rifle
shooting, curling. Liberal; Presbyter-
ian. Address: Greenwood, B. C.



MACIiEAN, Malcolm MacDong'all. —

Clerk of the Executive Council of the
Province of Manitoba, Government Bldg.,
Winnipeg. Born Poplar Point, Man.,
Nov. 9, 1875, son of Lauchlin W. and
Jane Elizabeth MacLean. Educated pub-
lic schools, Poplar Point and Portage la
Prairie, Man. Farmed Poplar Point, 1895;
grain buyer. Poplar Point, 1900; appoint-
ew Assistant Clerk of Executive Council,
1901; appointed to present position 1908.
Married Annie Beaton, Moosomin, Sask.,
1904; has two daugliters. Societies: A. F.
& A. M.; I. O. O. F.; L. O. L.; C. O. F.
(P. C. R. and Recording Secretary). Rec-
reation: Lawn bowling. Presbyterian.
Address: 26 Hargrave St., Winnipeg,
Man.



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MACIiEAN, Neil Bruce, B. A., M. A. —

(Toronto). Professor of Mathematics,
University of Manitoba. Born Bruce
County, Ont., April 14, 1883, son of Du-
gald and Margaret MacLean. Educated
Toronto University; University Chicago.
Lecturer Mathematics, University of
Manitoba; appointed 1910 to succeed the
late Professor Cochrane. Lieutenant 79th
Cameron Highlanders of Canada. So-
ciety: President Winnipeg Centre of the
Royal .Astronomical Society of Canada.
Address: University of Manitoba, Win-
nipeg, Man.



MACIiBAir, Neil John, M. D-, Z;. R.
C. P. (London), M. R. C. S. (Eng-.). —

Surgeon, Somerset Bldg., Winnipeg. Born
Lindsay, Ont., March 17, 1870, son of
Archie and Catherine Maclean. Educat-
ed Manitoba University. Came to Win-
nipeg 1882; practiced 1899; acted as Sur-
geon to St. Boniface and Children's Hos-
pitals and House Surgeon Winnipeg
General Hospital. Professor Clinical
Surgery Manitoba Medical College;
served three years with Winnipeg Cav-
alry, Volunteer Corps. Societies: Scien-
tific, Winnipeg Medico-Chirurgical, ex-
President; Winnipeg Clinical; Manitoba
Medical; Canadian Medical and British
Medical Associations. Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: 762 Broadway, Winnipeg, Man.



MACLBAN, Rev. Samuel, B. A. — St.

Andrew's Churcli. Director Residential
College, Moose Jaw. Born Dunvegan,
Glengarry County, Ont., April 1, 1870,
son of Donald and Flora Nicholson Mac-
lean. Educated Collegiate Institute,
Lindsay, Ont.; McGlll University; taught
school Guilford, Ont., 1888; Cardon, Ont.,
1889; Sebright, Ont., 1890; Bolsover, Ont.,
1891-1892; student, Montreal, 1893-1899;
came to present charge 1899. Convenor
of Home Missions, Regina Presbytery,
eight years, during whicli time opened
up seventy-eight new mission fields, em-
bracing two hundred and forty-one
preaching stations. Married Frances
Vletta Thompson, Thornton, Ont, 1904;
has one daughter. Society: St. Andrew's.
Recreations: Wrestling, boxing, walking,
dumbbell swinging. Liberal; Presbyter-
Ian. Address: Moose Jaw, Sask.



MACLBAN, Rev. W. A.— Of St. Giles'
Presbyterian Church, Winnipeg; Moder-
ator Winnipeg Presbytery (1911). Born
Brockvllle, Ont. United Empire Loyalist
descent. Educated Brockville and To-
ronto. Graduate of College of Pharmacy,
Toronto, 1888; graduate of Theology
Knox College, Toronto, 1896. Charge
Oak Lake, Man., 1897; Pastor of St.
Giles' Church, Winnipeg, 1905. Liberal;
Presbyterian. Address: 130 Burrows
Ave., Winnipeg, Man.



MACLBOD, Alexander Neil, B. A., M.
D., C. M. — Physician. Born Kildonan,
Man., Sept. 22, 1868, son of Murdoch and
Frances MacLeod. Educated Manitoba
College; taught school Kildonan, 1886;
came to Stonewall, 1893; Mayor Stone-
wall, 1908-1909. Married Margaret Lyl-
llan Arnett, Brandon, Man., 1897; has
one son and one daughter. Recreations:
Curling, motoring. Liberal; Presbyter-
ian. Address: Stonewall, Man.



MACI.BOZ}, Colin, B. A., LL. E. — Bar-
rister, of Macleod & Gray, Macleod. So-
licitor for Western Coal Operators' Asso-
ciation, Towns of Macleod, Coleman and
Blairmore, Alta. Born Springfield, N. S.,
1879, son of Margaret and Daniel Mac-
leod, M. L. A. Educated Acadia Univer-
sity; Dalhousie University; practiced
with Drysdale & Mclnnis, Halifax, 1903-
190-5; came to Alberta 1905. School Trus-
tee. Macleod, 1908-1910. Club: Macleod.
Independent; Presbyterian. Address:
Macleod, Alta.



MACIiBOE, Jolin Edward Annand, B.
A., Iili. B. — Of Clarke, McCarthy, Car-
son & Macleod, Barristers and Solicitors,
Dominion Bank Bldg., Calgary. Born
Sydney, N. S., March 31, 1878, son of
Murdoch and Flora Macleod. Educated
public schools, Halifax; Dalhousie Uni-
versity. Called to Nova Scotia Bar,
1904; member of firm, Ross, Ross &
Macleod, Sydney, 1904; Ross & Macleod
1905-1907. Called to Alberta Bar, 1907
practiced, Didsbury, Alta., 1907-1908
member of firm, Lougheed, Bennett &
Co., Calgary, 1909-1911; present partner-
ship formed 1912. Married Ethel Flem-
ing, daughter of H. A. Fleming, Toronto,
1905. Clubs: Ranchmen's; Calgary Ten-
nis. Recreations: tennis, shooting. Con-
servative; Presbyterian. Address: 1127
19th Ave., W., Calgary, Alta.



MACIiEOD, Jolin Robert, M. B., M. Ii.
A. — Physician. Born Zorra Township,
Oxford County, Ont., Jan. 20, 1872, son
of William C. and Mary MacLeod. Edu-
cated public schools; Collegiate Insti-
tute, Woodstock. Taught school Ox-
ford County, 1890-1892; graduated from
Detroit College of Medicine 1896; prac-
ticed Michigan 1896; came to Alberta
1901. Elected for Ponoka, first Alberta
Legislature 1905. Married Grace "Vic-
toria Bentley, Clifford, Mich.; has two
sons. Recreation: Farming. Address:
Edberg, Alta.



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MALCOLM H. MACLEOD

MACIiEOD, Malcolm H. — General Man-
ager and Chief Engineer, Canadian
Northern Railway, Winnipeg. Born Isle
of Skye, Inverness County, Scotland,
July 13, 1857, son of Jolm and Euphemia
MacPherson MacLeod. Came to Canada
1862. Educated public and private
schools Pennsylvania and New York. E'^-
gaged on location and construction of
various railways since 1878. Assistant
Division. Assistant Chief, and Superin-
tending Engineer, Chief Engineer Crow's
Nest Division, C. P. R., 1898-1899; Su-
perintendent of operations on same dis-
trict. Left service of C. P. R. to take
position of Chief Engineer Canadian
Northern Ry., 1900: appointed General
Manager and Chief Engineer 1907. Un-
der his supervision since 1900 the Can-
adian Northern Ry. liave built west of
Port Arthur on the Great Lakes 3,263
miles of new lines, nearly all of which
is under operation, and have graded
ready for tracklaying an additional 560
miles. Clubs: ManitolDa; Carleton. Pres-
Toyterian. Address: 134 Smith St., Win-
nipeg, Man.

MACIiEOD, Murdocli James — Clerk of
the Executive Council and Deputy Prov-
incial Treasurer Province of Alberta,
Edmonton. Born Prince Edward Island
son of Norman and Mary Maclean Mac-
leod, descendant of the Macleods of Skye
Scotland. Educated higli school, P. E. I
Came to Alberta 1893; merchant, I^a-
combe, Alta., 1893; Mayor Lacombe 1905
present office since 1905. Married Daisy
Williams. Bedford, P. E. I., 1906; lias
two daughters. Club: Edmonton. So-
ciety: A. F. & A. M. (32nd degree). Lib-
eral; Presbyterian. Address: 486 Sev-
enth St., Edmonton, Alta.



MACIitrBi:, Samuel. — ^Architect, Green
Block, Victoria, and of Maclure & Fox,
Pacific Bldg., Vancouver. Born New
Westminster, April 11, 1860, son of John
and Martha Maclure. Educated Victoria
High School and Spring Garden School
of Art, Philadelphia. Dominion Postal
and Telegraph Service 1880-1881; As-
sistant Government Agent New West-
minster 1881-1884; practiced New West-
minster 1887; came to Victoria 1893.
Married Margaret Simpson, 1889; has
three daughters. Clubs: Canadian, Union,
Victoria, Island Arts. Recreations: Wa-
ter color painting, gardening. Conserva-
tive; Anglican. Address: Oak Bay, Vic-
toria, B. C.




DAVID MACLURG



MACIiURG, David — Financial and Real
Estate Broker, Dominion Bldg., Vancou-
ver. Born Templemoyle, Limavady,
County Derry, Ireland, Dec. 29, 1875, son
of William and Mary MacLurg. Edu-
cated Royal College of Science, Dublin.
Lecturer and Instructor under Depart-
ment of Agriculture, County Wexford,
Ireland, 1903-1907. Came to Canada,
1907. Tie contractor, G. T. P. Ry., Ed-
monton, 1907-1908; came to Vancouver
and established present business, 1909.
Married Editli Maude Wilson, daugliter
of Archibald Wilson, Belfast, Ireland,
1904; has one son and one daugliter. So-
ciety: A. F. & A. M. Recreation: shoot-
ing. Conservative; Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: 2355 Sixth Ave., W., Vancouver,
B. C.



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MACMICKINCr, R. H. — Manager Union
Bank, Calgary. Born Elora, Ont., May
20, 1871, son of W. P. and Mary Mac-
Micking. Educated Elora. Bank Clerk
Drayton. Ont., 1891. Came to Alberta
1910. Married Alberta Werner, Elmira,
Ont. Address: 336 17tli Ave. W., Cal-
gary, Alta.

MACMII^I^AN, Jno. M.^Capltalist, of
Macmillan & Oliphant, Bank of Com-
merce Chambers, Vancouver. Born Loch-
ranza, Isle of Arran, Scotland, Dec. 18,
1872, son of Neil and Margaret Macmil-
lan. Educated public and Hutcheson's
Boys' School, Glasgow. Came to British
Columbia and engaged in salmon pack-
ing 1894. Married Isabel May Ewen
New Westminster; has one son. Club
Terminal City. Societies: A. F. & A. M.
Mystic Shrine. Address: 1734 First Ave.
E., Vancouver, B C.

MACMIIiXiAN, Ziachlan, M. D — Physi-
cian. Born Seaforth, Ont, April 16, 1878,
son of John and Katherine Macmillan.
Educated Victoria High School; Illinois
University. Came to British Columbia
1889. Married H. M. Nicholas 1906; has
one daughter. Societies: A. F. & A. M. ;
I. O. O. F. Recreations: Driving, motor-
ing. Address: .538 Broadway, Vancouver,
B. C.




NEIL, T. MACMILLAN

MACMII.I.AN', Neil T. — Of N. T. Mac-
Millan & Co., Real Estate and Insurance
Agents, McArthur Bldg., Winnipeg. Born
Rodney, Ont., Sept. 13, 1877, son of Ed-
ward and Marion MacMillan. Educated
public schools, high school, Hamilton;
Canada Business College, Hamilton.
Grain business Southern Manitoba. Came
to Winnipeg 1903. Vice-President Bull-
man Bros., Ltd.; President City Securi-
ties Co., Ltd.; Director Prudential Life
Insurance Co.; Director and Secretary-
Treasurer Security Storage & Warehouse
Co.; President Inland Mortgage Corpora-
tion; Director The Trustee Co. of Winni-
peg; member Council of Board of Trade,



1909-1910. President of the Winnipeg
Development and Industrial Bureau 1908-
1909. Made the first subdivision towards
Deer Lodge, 1904. Married Mildred Re-
sylvia Snyder, Freelton, Ont., 1902; has
one daughter. Clubs: Carleton, St.
Charles Country, Lawn Bowling. Recre-
ations: lawn bowling, horses. Liberal.
Presbyterian. Address: 137 Kingsway,



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