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Wisconsin, 1894 to 1897; associated with
the Crookston Lumber Company, Crook-
ston, Minnesota, 1897 to 1902. Came to
Rainy River, Ontario, 1902, and has been
engaged in lumber business since that
date. Naturalized 1910. Elected to On-
tario Legislature for Rainy River Dis-
trict, 1911. Married Nora Gannon,
daughter of Patrick Gannon, 1898; has
two sons and three daughters. Clubs:
Manitoba and, Carlton, Winnipeg, Mani-
toba; Minneapolis of Minneapolis, Min-
nesota. Society: A. F. & A. M. Recrea-
tions: Golf, fishing and shooting. Pres-
byterian. Address: Fort Frances, On-

MATHESON, Z^ederick, Jm. E. — Man-
ager Clark Bros. & Hughes, 366 Portage
Ave., Winnipeg. Born Waterloo, Iowa,
March 12, 1890, son of William and
Christina Matheson. Educated public
schools, "Waterloo, Iowa Medical Col-
lege. Came to Manitoba 1902. Sales-
man G. I. Case Co., Winnipeg, 1902;
manager Clark Bros. & Hughes, Winni-
peg, 1903. Recreations: Fishing, shoot-
ing, motoring, reading. Conservative;
Presbyterian. Address: 366 Portage Ave.,
Winnipeg, Man.

MATHESON, Bev. John 'William, M.A.

— Lecturer in St. John's College, Winni-
peg. Born Kildonan, Man., May 9, 1864
(descendant of Selkirk Settlers, 1812),
son of J. P. and Anne Eraser Matheson.
Educated St. John's College, Winnipeg;
taught school 1888-1891; charge of par-
ish of St. Andrews, Man., 1891-1894;
Souris, Man., 1894-1901; Boissevain,
Man., 1901-1905, when joined staff of St.
John's College. Married Mary Metcalfe
Anderson, Winnipeg, 1892; has one son
and three daughters. Anglican. Address:
2 St. Cross St., Winnipeg, Man.

MATHESON', Murdock, J. P. — Of Can-
adian Collieries, Ltd., Ladysmith. Born
Pugwash, N. S., son of Donald and Mary
Matheson. Educated Pugwash public
schools. Carpenter, Westchester, N. S. ;
came to Britisli Columbia, 1884 and en-
gaged with the Wellington Collieries un-
til 1910, when joined present company.
Alderman Nanaimo, 1908-1909; Justice
of the Peace since 1889. Married Mi-
nerva Stevens, Wallace Bay, N. S. ; has
one daughter. Society: A. F. & A. M.
Recreations: Baseball, hunting. Address:
White and Esplanade Sts., Ladysmith,
B. C.

SXATHESON, Bobert Murray — Of Hen-
derson & Matheson, Barristers, Bank of
Commerce Bldg., Brandon. Born Wood-
stock, Ont, July 9, 1870, son of G. and
Anne Matheson. Elucated Woodstock.
Came to Manitoba 1883; practiced Bran-
don since 1890. Crown Attorney, West-
ern Judicial District; member Board of


Directors, Brandon General Hospital; ex-
president Twenty Thousand Club, Bran-
don; Vice President Occidental Fire In-
surance Co.; ex-President Western Ag-
ricultural & Arts Association; ex-Chair-
man Brandon School Board; contributed
to making Brandon Summer Fair a suc-
cess. Club: Commercial, Brandon (ex-
President). Recreations: Lacrosse, base-
ball. Liberal; Presbyterian. Address:
317 Fifth St., Brandon, Man.

MATHEWS, Edward Charles. — Of

Mathews & Ferguson, Real Estate
Agents, Moose Jaw. Born London, Eng-
land, March 18, 1875, son of Thomas and
Sarah Mathews. Educated public schoo's
London, England. Clerk accountant's of-
fice, London, 1886. Came to Winnipeg,
1891, and engaged restaurant business;
came to Regina as hotel proprietor 1896;
purchased Maple Leaf Hotel, Moose Jaw,
1889, and conducted it until 1908. Al-
derman Moose Jaw, 1909; Mayor 1910.
Married Bertha Barton, Hednesford,
Sask., 1899; has one son and twin daugh-
ters. Club: Moose Jaw. Societies: A. F.
& A. M.; K. of P.; C. O. F. Recreations:
Curling, baseball. Liberal; Anglican.
Address: 128 Main St., Moose Jaw, Sask.

MATHEWSON, Harold Grant — Man-
ager, Canadian Bank of Commerce,
Humboldt; Director, James Adams
Realty Co., Ltd. Born Montreal, May
6, 1880, son of Martin B. and Katie
Grant Mathewson. Educated high school
and business college, Montreal. Clerk,
Canadian Bank of Commerce, Montreal,
1896-1902; clerk. Bank of Commerce,
New York, 1902-1908; manager, Dresden,
Ont., 1908-1910; manager present branch
since 1910. Married Elizabeth Alice
Dougall, daughter of James S. M. Dou-
gall, Montreal, 1907; has two sons. Rec-
reation: shooting. Unitarian. Address:
Livingston St., Humboldt, Sask.




MATSOIT, John Samuel H.— Publisher,
Proprietor of Vancouver News Adver-
tiser and Victoria Daily Colonist; Nanai-
mo Herald; Managing Director Victoria
Transfer Co.; Managing Director Hick-
man Tye Hardware Co.; Fellow of the
Royal Geographical Society. Born York
County, Ont., April 21, 1869, son of Rob-
ert Henry and Mary Jane Matson. Edu-
cated Pickering College, Pickering, Ont.;
Days Commercial College; Ontario Agri-
cultural College, Guelph. Lumbering in
woods Northern Michigan, 1885-1889.
Came to British Columbia, 1889. Real
estate, insurance and general brokerage

business, Victoria, 1889-1905; purchased
Colonist, 1906; acquired News Adver-
tiser, 1910; specially and successfully
represented the Government of British
Columbia negotiating the surrender by
the Indians of the Songiiees Reservation,
within Victoria City, the acquirement of
a new reservation and the removal there-
to of the Songhees Indians, 1911. Mar-
ried Ada Theresa Galley, Victoria, 1899;
has two sons and one daugliter. Club:
Union. Society: A. P. & A. M. Conser-
vative; Anglican. Address: West Bay,
Victoria, B. C.




MATTHEWS, Ernest Arthur — Of the

Capital Investment Co., Real Estate and
Financial Brokers, 208 20th St., E.,
Saskatoon. Born Devonshire, Eng., Aug.
30, 1875, son of Arthur and Louisa Mat-
thews. Educated private schools, Eng-
land. Municipal official, Leeds, Eng.,
1890-1907. Came to Saskatoon, 1911;
present company formed, 1911. Secre-
tary of Saskatoon Real Estate Ex-
change, Ltd. Society: A. F. & A. M.
Recreation: golf. Conservative; Angli-
can. Address: Saskatoon, Sask.

MATTHEWS, John. — Manager No. 4
Mine, Canadian Collieries, Ltd., Cumber-
land. Born Manchester, England, Oct.
6, 1861, son of Robert and Sarah Mat-
thews. Educated gra^mmar school Man-
chester. Wholesale grocery business
with his father, Manchester, 1877; en-
gaged mining, Colorado, Idaho and Cali-
fornia, 1881-1884; came to Wellington,
B. C; came to Cumberland as Assistant
Manager Canadian Collieries 1898-1910,
when appointed to present position. J. P.,
1890-1898. Married Sarah Jane Law-
rence, Nanaimo, B. C, 1890; has one son
and two daughters. Society: A. F. &
A. M. Recreations: Cricket, reading. Ad-
dress: Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland, B.C.

MATTHEWS, Bev. W. E., B. A., B. Th.

— Pastor First Baptist Church, Brandon.
Born London, Ont., Dec. 20, 1875, son of
Philip and Elizabeth Mathews. Educat-
ed McMaster University. Came to Bran-
don 1909. Married Elsie Gertrude,
youngest daughter of Hon. John Dryden,
Toronto, 1908. Address: 358 Sixteenth
St., Brandon, Man.

MAVI^SOir, Georg-e J. — Retired. Born
Toronto, Nov. 27, 1852, son of John and
Eleanor Maulson. In office of Sir Wm.
Rowland, Toronto, 1867-1880; came to
Winnipeg, 1880, with the London & Can-
adian Loan & Agency Co., until 1910.
Married Edith Wilson; has two sons and
three daughters. Society: A. F. & A. M.
Conservative. Address: 111 Spence St.,
Winnipeg, Man.

MAUI^SON, Harold Frederick. — Bar-
rister. Born Toronto, Nov. 16, 1876, son
of George J. and Edith Maulson. Edu-
cated St. John's College, Winnipeg.
Called to Manitoba Bar; practiced Win-
nipeg,. 1898; came to Minnedosa, 1901.
Crown Attorney for Northern Judicial
District; Bencher of Manitoba Law So-
ciety; President Northern Bar Associa-
tion; Director Minnedosa Power Co. Mar-
ried Mary Mulock Robinson, Orilla, Ont.,
1893; has one son and one daughter.
Society: A. F. & A. M.; Scottish Rite.
Conservative; Anglican. Address: Min
nedosa, Man.


JkCAUBEB, Aaolph Victor — Of Maurer
& Wilde, Real Estate and Financial Bro-
kers, 901 McArthur Bldg., Winnipeg.
Born New York City, Dec. 26, 1871, son
of Jacob and Christina Maurer. Edu-
cated public schools United States. Came
to Manitoba 1892. Builder, WinniiTeg,
1900; real estate business as partner,
Willoughby & Maurer, 1905-1910; estab-
lished present business 1910. Married
Lydia Keichle, North Dakota, 1890; has
one son and five daughters. Club: Au-
tomobile. Society: C. O. F. Recreation:
Motoring. Liberal; Methodist. Address:
332 Manitoba Ave., Winnipeg, Man.




MAW, Joseph. — President of Joseph
Maw & Co., Ltd., Automobiles and Gar-
age, 112 King St., Winnipeg. Born Peel
County, Ont, Feb. 4, 1854, son of Thom-
as and Sarah Maw. Educated public
schools and Commercial College, Toronto.
Came to Winnipeg 1882. General Agent
for Massey Manufacturing Co. of To-
ronto, for Manitoba and Northwest Ter-
ritories, 1882-1886; general agent for
same corporation, Calgary, 1886-1892;
partner in firm Ross & Maw, 1892-1896;
proprietor of Joseph Maw & Co., since
1896. First traveler for the Massey Co.,
Manitoba and Northwest Territories; did

pioneer work for this firm, driving the
trails in a buckboard prior to railways.
First reached Calgary 1883, when it was
practically a town of tents. Moved to
Calgary 1886, and was instrumental in
founding Calgary Exhibition Association
and served a term on the City Council,
1888. First President Automobile Trades
Association Winnipeg.- Married Mary
Goodfellow, 1886; has two sons and two
daughters. Clubs: Manitoba, Carleton,
Commercial Travelers, Winnipeg Auto-
mobile. Society: A. F. & A. M. Recrea-
tion: Motoring. Address: 390 Asslniboine
St., Winnipeg, Man.



MAXWEImTm, Albert Seymour — Man-
ager Merchants Bank, Vegreville; Presi-
dent Vegreville Board of Trade. Born
Richmond, Ont, Nov. 30, 1880, son of
John J. and Louisa Hardy Maxwell.
Educated: Ottawa Collegiate Institute.
Junior clerk Merchants Bank, Ottawa,
1898-1901; clerk, Eganville, Ont, 1901-
1903; acting manager, Manitoulin, Ont.,
1903-1906; accountant, Portage la Prai-
rie, 1906; accountant, Edmonton, 1908-
1909; manager, Vegreville, since 1909.
Married Mabel Spencer, daughter of Rev.
Canon Spencer, 1908; has two daughters.
Club: Canadian. Society: A. P. & A. M.
(Secretary). Recreations: curling,

shooting. Conservative; Anglican. Ad-
dress: Vegreville, Alta.


MAXWEI^Ii, John Scott— Manager,
Western Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd.,
Brandon; Director, Central Canada In-
surance Co.; Director, Brandon Trusts
Co.; Director, Insurance Agency, Ltd.
Born Wingham, Ont, May 7, 1862, son
of Robert and Jane Maxwell. Flour
mill apprentice, Winnipeg, 1879; came
to Brandon, 1882. School trustee and
member Brandon Parks Board, 1910,
1911, 1912; director, Brandon General
Hospital; director, Brandon Y. M. C. A.;
vice-president, Commercial Bureau. Mar-
ried Elsie R. Russell, Winnipeg, 1900;
has three sons and two daughters. So-
cieties: I. O. O. F.; C. O. F. Recrea-

tions: baseball, billiards. Liberal; Pres-
byterian. Address: 236 11th St., Bran-
don, Man.


MAY, Alexander Esson. — Postmaster,
Edmonton. Born Wellington County,
Ont, Aug. 30, 1863, son of John and
Helen Esson May. Educated public
schools, Ontario, farmed Manitoba, 1880;
agricultural imprement business, Minne-
dosa, Neepaur and Carberry, Man., until
1902, when came to Edmonton. Appoint-
ed Postmaster 1906. Mayor Carberry
1901-1902, when resigned; member Ed-
monton School Board; member Council,
Carberry, several years. Director Ed-
monton and Fort McMurray Oil & As-
phalt Co.; director Investors' Guarantee
Corporation, Ltd. Married Elizabeth
Reid, Carberry, 1890; has two sons and
one daughter. Clubs: Edmonton Coun-
try. Societies: A. F. & A. M., I. O. O. P.
Recreations: horses. Liberal; Presbyte-
rian. Address: 258 McKay Ave., Edmon-
ton, Alta.

TOJLTr, John Edward B. — Of Gray &
May, Accoiintants and Assignees, Thomp-
son Block, Calgary. Born London, Eng-
land, son of John Edward and Lydia
May. Educated King's College, London
University. Came to Alberta, 1905. Pres-
ident Financial Guaranty Co., Ltd.; mem-
ber Calgary Board of Trade. Society: A.
P. & A. M. Recreations: shooting, fish-
ing, riding. Address: Calgary, Alta.




MAYBEBY, Alfred WiUiam — Of A. &

F. Maybery and Mayberys Ltd.; Real Es-
tate and Financial Agent, Moose Jaw;
Vice-President Anglo-Canadian Mortg-age
Corporation, Ltd. Born Somersetshire,
England, May 17, 1872, son of Rev. Val-
entine William and Clara Maybery. Ed-
ucated Crofton House School, Bristol,
England; apprentice wholesale import-
ing firm of Gibbons & Co., Bristol, 1887;
became partner in this firm, 1897. Came

to Moose Jaw, 1904, established present
business, 1905. Alderman, Moose Jaw,
1908-1910; Mayor, 1912; Chairman of the
Library Board of the City of Moose
Jaw, 1911-1912. Societies: Vice-Pres-
ident Saskatchewan Chess Association;
director and honorary secretary, Y. M.
C. A., 1906-1907. Recreations: tennis,
motoring, chess. Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: 60 Stadacona St., W., Moose Jaw,



MATERS, Joseph — Coal Merchant, 554
Front St., New Westminster. Born New
Westminster, August 4, 1870, son of
Christian and Mary Mayers. Educated
New Westminster. Captain of steamers
running into New Westminster for about
twenty-three years. Pilot Commissioner
of the Fraser Hiver District. Director
of Westminster Towing & Fishing Co.
Married Margaret Taylor, 1895; has one
daughter. Recreations: hunting. Ad-
dress: 119 Eighth St., New Westminster,
B. C.


MAVES, Henry Georg-e — Managing Di-
rector, Winnipeg Tanning Co., Nairn
Ave., Winnipeg. Born Northampton, Eng-
land, February 14, 1880, son of Thomas
Percy and Rosa Mayes. Educated
Northampton Grammar School. Joined
Cape Mounted Rifles as trooper, 1900,
serving through South African War
(King's and Queen's medals and five
clasps), retiring after marriage, 1908.
Has many trophies of big game shot in
South Africa. Holds golf and tennis
championships won in England and
South Africa; prominent polo player;
tennis champion, Manitoba, 1910. Came
to Winnipeg, 1909; started tannery with
H. A. Mullins, known as MuUins Tan-
ning & Manufacturing Co., Ltd.; reor-
ganized business the following year with
E. A. James president and himself man-
aging director and vice-president. Mar-
ried Frances Hazard, daughter of Her-
bert Hazard, of New York and Newport,
R. I. Clubs: Garry and Adanac; Win-
nipeg Golf; Winnipeg Tennis; Winnipeg
Racquet. Recreations: polo and all out-
door sports. Conservative; Anglican. Ad-
dress: Moxam Court, Winnipeg, Man.

MAYHEW, Bobt. W. — Of R. W. May-
hew & Co., Real Estate Agents, 816 1st
St. W., Calgary. Born Renfrew, Ont.,
Oct. 13, 1881, son of Charles and Sarah
Mayhew. Educated Renfrew Collegiate
Institute. Dry goods business, Calgary,
1903; real estate business since 1904.
Also interested Ashcroft and Nevis Coal
Lands. Married Grace G. Logan, High
Gate, Ont., 1908. Recreations: Motoring,
golf. Club: Ranchmen's. Society: A. F.
& A. M. Address: 505 Second Ave. W.,
Calgary, Alta.

McAFEi:, Rev. Thomas. — Of St. An-
drew's Presbyterian Church, Indian
Head. Born Ballyboggy County, An-
trim, Ireland, Nov. 28, 1866, son of
Thomas and Margaret J. McMullen-Mc-
Afee. Educated Ballymoney, Ireland,
Model School; Manitoba College, Winni-
peg. Taught school for two years Ire-
land; then in Irish Mission Office (Pres-
byterian Church), Dublin, under Rev.
Hamilton Magee, D. D.; Superintendent
of Irish Missions four years. Came to
Canada 1893; had charge of West End
Mission (now St. Stephens), Winnipeg,
1893-1894; student missionary Emerson,
Man.; Abernethy, Fort Qu'Appelle, Sask. ;
ordained and inducted to present charge
1898. Clerk, Qu'Appelle Presbytery
since its organization, 1901; moderator
Synod of Saskatchewan, 1909; Convenor
of Presbytery and Synods Committees on
Indian Missions. Married Lillie Swan,
Dublin, Ireland. 1900; has one son and
one daughter. Society: I.O. O. F. Rec-
reation: Curling. Address: Indian Head,

McAIiI^ISTEB, Caroline E. — ^Wife of
John E. McAllister. Born High Bluff,
Man., daughter of Elizabeth Setter and
John Norquay, first Premier of Mani-
toba. Educated St. John's Ladies Col-
lege, Winnipeg. Married John Edgar
McAllister, 1895; has one son and one
daughter. Member Board Y. W. C. A.;
Dorcas Society, Women's Auxiliary
Church of England. Club: Canadian
(member first executive; afterwards
Vice-President). Recreations: Tennis,
riding. Anglican. Address: "Dun Al-
lister," St. Andrew's, Man.

McAI^I^ISTEB, Chester Astley. — Vice
President Golden West Land & Build-
ing Co., Ltd., Grain Exchange, Calgary.
Born Eardley, Que., Sept. 6, 1885, son
of Wilson and Emma McAllister. Edu-
cated public schools; Business College,
Ottawa. Came to Alberta 1906; engaged
as general traveling agent. International
Harvester Co., and Massey-Harris Co.,
1906-1909. Member Calgary Board of
Trade. Clubs: Canadian, Calgary, Com-




mercial Travelers, Calgary Driving. So-
ciety: Elks. Recreations: Baseball, foot-
ball. Conservative; Anglican. Address:
Albion Block, Calgary, Alta.


McAIiIiISTER, Clifford T. — President
The Golden West Land & Building Co.,
Ltd., Financial Brokers, Grain Exchange,
Calgary; offices Montreal, Toronto, Ot-
tawa, St. Catharines, Hamilton and
Guelph, Ont. ; President C. T. McAllister,
Ltd., private bankers, Calgary; member
Calgary Board of Trade. Born Eardley,
Que., son of Wilson and Emma McAl-
lister. Educated Eardley and Ottawa.
Engaged in real estate, bond and bank-
ing business, Ottawa and Montreal, 1902,
handling Winnipeg real estate and West-
ern Canada lands. Came to Alberta 1904.
Conservative. Address: Calgary, Alta.

McAI.I.ISTI:R, John nagar. — Of McAl-
lister & Co., Wholesale Paper and
Stationery Merchant, 43 Rorie St., Win-
nipeg. Born Eastham, Cheshire, Eng-
land, Dec. 5, 1867, son of Alexander
Hardy and Katherine Hancock McAl-
lister. Educated Eastham. Came to
Manitoba, 18 82; member of firm Love, Mc-
Allister & Co., 1896; established present
business 1899. Member Winnipeg Board
of Trade. Served as private and ser-
geant 90th Battalion, Winnipeg, 1887.
Married Caroline Ellen Norquay, daugh-
ter of Hon. John Norquay, Winnipeg,
1895; has one son and one daughter.
Club: Canadian. Recreation: Gardening.
Conservative. Anglican. Address: Dun
Allister, St. Andrews, Man.

McAI^FINE, John A. !•., M. D. — Phys-
ician, 322 Cambie St., Vancouver. Born
Glencoe, Ont., July 3, 1867, son of Dougal
L. and Elizabeth Ann Kent McAlpine.
Educated: St. Louis University; gradu-
ated, 1898. Address: 1131 Barclay St.,
Vancouver, B. C.

McABA, James — Of McAra Bros. &
Wallace, Financial Agents, 2114 11th
Ave., Regina; Director, Saskatchewan
Underwriters, Regina. Born Edinburgh,
Scotland, Oct. 18, 1874, son of Peter
and Barbara McAra. Educated public
and high schools, Edinburgh and Re-
gina. Came to Saskatchewan, 1883.
Page, Nortliwest Territories Govern-
ment, 1886-1894; private secretary to
Lieutenant Governor Mcintosh, Regina,
1894-1897; editor and proprietor "Vi-
dette" Indian Head, 1897-1904; in part-
nership with liis brother, Peter McAra,
since 1904. Married Jemima Grace
Beattie, daughter of Capt. Beattie, Fer-
gus, Ont., 1900; has one son and one
daughter. Club: Assiniboia. Societies:
A. F. & A. M.; I. O. F. ; L O. O. F. ; A.
O. U. W. Recreations: liockey, football
(president, Regina Football League).
Conservative; Presbyterian. Address:
2068 Mclntyre St., Regina, Sask.

McABA, Peter, Jr. — Of McAra Bros. &
Wallace, Financial Agent, Canada Per-
manent Bldg., Regina. Born Fort Wil-
liam, Calcutta, East Indies, Nov. 7, 1862,
son of Barbara and Peter McAra, libra-
rian to Law Library, Court House, Re-
gina. Educated public schools, Edin-
burgh; Assembly classes, Edinburgh
University. Came to Regina, 1883; en-
tered fire insurance business, 1891. Al-
derman, Regina, 1905; Mayor, 1906-1910-
1911-1912; President, Associated Boards
of Trade for Provinces of Saskatchewan
and Alberta, 1907; President, Regina
Board of Trade since 1909; Chairman,
Regina Collegiate Institute Board since
its formation, 1907. Married Amanda
J. Wallace, Moosomin, Sask., 1883; has
one son and three daughters. Societies:



A. F. & A. M.; I. O. F. ; (H. C. R.);
A. O. U. W.; S. O. S. Recreations: Driv-
ing, baseball, lacrosse. Conservative;
Presbyterian. Address: 2013 Victoria
Ave., Regina, Sask.

IVCcARDIii:, Isaiah "Willis — Of McArdle
& Davidson, Barristers and Solicitors.
Born Proton, Grey County, Ont., Oct. 15,
1867, son of Joseph and Nancy Mc-
Ardle. Educated high schools. Mount
Forest and Orangeville, Ont. Taught
school. Grey County, 1889; practiced
Lucas, Wright & McArdle, Markdale,
Ont., 1900; came to Calgary, 1910.
Societies: I. O. O. F.; L. O. L. Con-
servative; Presbyterian. Address: Mac-
Lean Block, Calgary, Alta.

McABTHUR, Rev. D. D. — Of D. D.

McArthur & Sons, Lauder. Born Bread-
albane, Lochiel, Glengarry County, Ont.,
July 13, 1849, son of Donald and Jennie
Campbell McArthur. Educated public
schools, Woodstock, Ont.; McMaster Uni-
versity. Farmed, Lochiel, Glengarry,
Ont.; came by Dawson Route to Fort
Garry, 1872; spent one year surveying
east of Fort Garry; returned to Ontario
next year; pastor of churches, Domin-
ionville, Kemptville, Ont.; Manitou and
Hartney, Man. Came to Manitoba the
second time, 1889. Engaged farming
thirteen years. Director Manitoba Grain
Growers' Association; President, local
branch Grain Growers' Association, Lau-
der; Councillor, Cameron Municipality,
Lauder, Man.; Director Manitoba Grain
Growers' Association; President and
Secretary, Bible Society. Married Emily
May Vining, daughter of Alonzo Vining,
Thorndale, Ont., 1880; has seven sons
and seven daughters. Society: I. O. O.
F. Liberal; Baptist. Address: Lauder,


McABTHUK, Frederick Joseph Crustin,
B. A., III. B. — Barrister, 512 Mclntyre
Bldg., Winnipeg. Born Lobo, Middlesex
County, Ont., March 25, 1874, son of
Archibald A. McArthur. Controller of
the City of Winnipeg and Sarah Ann Mc-
Arthur. Educated public schools and
Manitoba bar, practiced, Carman, 1900;
practiced Winnipeg since 1905. Coun-
cillor for Carman, 1904. Married Min-
nerva Forrest Clarke, Winnipeg, 1910.
Societies: A. F. & A. M.; K. of P. (Su-
preme Representative); Maccabees; W.
O. W. ; S. O. S. Recreations; athletics
(amateur champion sprinter, Manitoba,
1894-1897). Liberal; Baptist. Address:
1330 Wolseley Ave., Winnipeg, Man.

McATriiEV, T. Alfred — President and
General Manager Canadian Equipment &
Supply Co., Ltd., ' railroad and general
contractors' supplies, Calgary. Born On-
tario, May 22, 1882, son of Thomas and
Kathleen McAuley. Educated, Toronto
University. With Rice, Lewis & Co., To-
ronto, 1904-1905; came to Alberta, 1905,
and engaged present business; company
incorporated under present name, 1909.
Club: Alberta. Address: 514-516 Eleventh
Ave., W., Calgary, Alta.

McBBASV, William, B. A. — Barrister
and Solicitor, Port Arthur. Born Picker-
ing, Ont., March 18, 1864, son of Daniel
and Ellen McBrady. Educated: St.
Michael's College; Toronto University;
Osgoode Hall. Called to Ontario Bar,
1890; practiced Port Arthur since 1890.
Married Elizabeth McNiece, daughter of
Dr. William McNiece, Hamilton, 1894;
has two sons and one daughter. Clubs:
Port Arthur; Country. Roman Catholic.
Address: 267 Pearl St., Port Arthur, Ont.




McBBIDE, Sir Richard, Iili. B., M.
1. A. — Premier and Minister of Mines
for British Columbia, Victoria, B. C.
Born New Westminster, B. C, Dec. 15,
1870, son of Mary and the late Arthur
H. McBride, warden of the British Co-
lumbia Penitentiary. Educated public
and high schools. New Westminster;
Dalhousie University, (LL. B. 1890).
Read law under T. C. Atkinson and Hon.
Angus J. McColl; called to bar, 1892.
Unsuccessfully contested Westminster

District for House of Commons, 1896.
Elected for Dewdney to British Colum-

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