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livray. Educated public and high schools,
Richmond, Que.; Dalhousie University.
Admitted to Alberta and Saskatchewan
bars, 1906. Practiced Stettler, 1907-1909;
member of firm, McGillivray & Robert-
son, Calgary, 1910; present partnership
formed, 1911. Unsuccessful candidate
to House of Commons for Red Deer,
1911. Married Margaret Hall, Montreal,
1911. Club: Ranchmen's (Alberta). So-
cieties: A. F. & A. M.; I. O. O. F.; I.
O. F.; K. P.; M. W. A. Conservative;
Presbyterian. Address: Mount Royal,
Calgary, Alta.

McGXXiIiIVBAV, Donald, P. M. — Farm-
er (retired). Born Glengarry, Ont., Dec.
2, 1838, son of John and Catherine Mc-
Gillivray. Educated Glengarry public
schools and New York. Came to British
Columbia, 1860, went to Cariboo, packing
goods to the mines, 1863; later farmed
at Sumas, came to Chilliwack, 1903.
Member Legislative Assembly of Brit-
ish Columbia, 1878-1882. First magis-
trate appointed Chilliwack District by
Provincial Government; instrumental in
organizing first agricultural association
and establishing first school. Councillor
and reeve of municipality some years.
Married Julia A. Andrews, Chilliwack;
has four sons and six daughters. Socie-
ties: A. F. & A. M.; L. O. L.; Good Tem-
plars, St. Andrews Association. Recrea-
tions: Fishing, reading. Address: Chilli-
wack, B. C.





McGI££IVA&7, Jolm. — Proprietor
Ashcroft Hotel. Born Ripley, Ont., 1871,
son of Cornelius and Christina McGilli-
vary. Educated Ontario. Came to Brit-
ish Columbia, 1890, as storekeeper, Clin-
ton, B. C. ; interested in mining prop-
erty. Married Caroline Macarthy, Clin-
ton, B. C, 1902; has three sons and one
daughter. Recreation: Hunting. Con-
servative; Presbyterian. Address: Ash-
croft, B. C.


McGBEEinr, Joseph C. — Real Estate
Agent and Builder, McGreevy Block,
Winnipeg. Born Stayner, Ont., March
19, 1884, son of Edward and Abigail Mc-
Greevy. Educated public and high
schools. Ontario. Builder and contrac-
tor, Sault Ste. Marie, 1901-1904; came to
Winnipeg, 1904, and established present
business. Director and promoter. The
Kenmore Building Co.; Director and pro-
moter. Trustees Building, Ltd. Clubs:
Carleton; Builders' Exchange. Recrea-
tions: All outdoor sports. Conservative;
Roman Catholic. Address: Alexander
Block, Winnipeg, Mkn.

McOBIsaOB, Adolphns Grant. — Man-
aging Director, Canadian Pipe Co., Ltd.,
550 Pacific St., Vancouver; Director,
Clayoquot Sound Canning Co., Ltd.; Di-
rector, A. Huggett Co., Ltd. Born Carle-
ton Place, Junction, Ont., Jan. 25, 1867,
son of Archibald and Marjory McGregor.
Educated public schools, Winnipeg.
Came to British Columbia, 1892. Ac-
countant, Ames Holden Co., Victoria,
1892-1900; hardware business under firm
name, A. McGregor & Son, Victoria,
1900-1906; present business since 1908.
Married Anna Grace Baldwin, Mon-
mouth, 111., 1891; has two daughters.
Club: Terminal City. Society: W. O. W.
Recreation: Motoring. Liberal; Baptist.
Address: 336 11th Ave., W., Vancouver,
B. C.


McGBEGOB, Herbert, SC. D., C. M. —

Physician and Surgeon. Born Manitou,
Oct. 2, 1880, son of R. A. and Rebecca
McGregor. Educated Manitoba Univer-
sity. Practiced, Penticton, since 1908.
Married Zella M. Badgley, Emerson,
Man., 1909; has one son. Societies: A.
F. & A. M.; L O. O. F. Liberal; Pres-
byterian. Address: Penticton, B. C.

McGBEGOB, James Duncan — Manag-
ing Director Southern Alberta Land Co.,
developing 400,000 acres of Alberta
lands. Medicine Hat: breeder of Aber-
deen Angus cattle; interested in Brown
& Mitchell Hardware Co., Brandon,
Man. Born Amherstburg, Ont., Sept. 7,
1860, son of David and Annie McGregor.
Educated: Windsor public schools. Came
to Manitoba 1878, since wlien has been
ranching and in livestock industry In
three Western Provinces. Served as Al-
derman, Brandon, 1885-1887. Married
Elizabeth Murphy, Mitchell, Ont., 1882;



has three sons and one daughter. Clubs:
Medicine Hat; Brandon; Saddle and Sir-
loin (Chicago). Societies: A. F. & A. M.;
K. P.; A. O. U. W.; Arctic Brotherhood.
Recreation: The breeding and showing
pure bred farm animals and experiment-
ing with farm crops. Liberal; Presby-
terian. Address: Brandon, Man.

McGXniti:, p. C— Of McGuire, Seale
& Frank, Real Estate Agents, 1106 Cen-
tral Ave., Prince Albert; Treasurer,
Shell River Lumber Co.; Treasurer,
Prince Albert Real Estate Exchange.
Born Kingston, Ont, May 5, 1878. Edu-
cated Upper Canada College; Toronto
University. Came to Prince Albert,
1887; established present business, 1909.
Married Helen Louise Kidd, 1907; has
one son and one daughter. Club: Prince
Albert. Society: K. of C. Liberal;
Roman Catholic. Address: Prince Al-
bert, Sask.

SXcG-tTIBX:, G«org-e Allbert, D. D. S., M.
T.. A. — ^Dentist, 337 Hastings St., W.,
Vancouver. Born Mount Forest, Ont.,
April 7, 1871, son of George and Henri-
etta McGuire. Educated public and high
schools, Mount Forest; University of
Maryland. Came to British Columbia,
1892. Director, Prudential Investment
Co.; Director, Imperial Investment Co.
Member for Vancouver, British Colum-
bia Legislature, since 1907; ex-President,
British Columbia Board of Cental Ex-
aminers. Married Marie Jennie McLean,
1894; has two daughters. Recreations:
riding, shooting. Conservative; Presby-
terian. Address: 2031 Westminster Ave.,
Vancouver, B. C.

McGUZBE, S. la. — -General Merchant,
Salmon Arm. Born Montreal, Sept. 24,
1876, son of Alexander and Agnes Mc-
Guire, Educated: Winnipeg grade and
high schools; Wesley College. Came to
British Columbia, 1892. Clerk, C. A.
McGuire, Salmon Arm, 1892; established
present business 1902. Postmaster, Sal-
mon Arm, since 1912; school trustee,
1912-1914. Married Elizabeth Latimer,
Salmon Arm, 1902; has one son and
three daughters. Societies: A. F. & A.
M.: I. O. O. F.: L. O. L. Recreation:
motoring. Liberal; Methodist. Address:
Salmon Arm, B. C.

ItXcGITZBE, Eon. Thomas Horace, Xili.

D. — Ex-Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court of the Northwest Territories,
Prince Albert. Born Kingston, Ont.,
April 21, 1849, son of James B. and
Mary McGuire. Educated Collegiate In-
stitute and Queen's University, Kingston.
Called to Ontario Bar, 1875; Q. C, 1883;
Judge of the Supreme Court of the
Northwest Territories, 1887; stationed
some years, Dawson, Y. T. ; First Chief
Justice of Supreme Court, Northwest
Territories (retired 1903). Received from
Queen's University the Degree of Doctor
of Law, May, 1909. One time edi-

tor of Kingston Daily News and Cana-
dian Freeman. Served as Alderman,
Kingston, some years. Member of Sen-
ate of University of Saskatchewan;
Chairman of Educational Council of
Saskatchewan. Married Mary Victory
Cunningham, Kingston, 1877. Roman
Catholic. Address: Prince Albert, Sask.


McIZ^REEW, James H. — Manager of
Crane Co., Wholesale Plumbing and
Steam Pipe Fittings, Alexander and Car-
rail St., Vancouver. Born Belleville, Ont.,
Nov. 17, 1869, son of John and Anna B.
Mcllreevy. Educated public schools,
Nebraska City, Neb. Engaged on build-
ing of waterworks, Nebraska, 1886-1889;
Manager, Waterworks & Electric Light
Plant, Nebraska City, 1889-1900; trav-
eler, N. O. Nelwon Mfg. Co., St. Louis,
Mo., 1899-1900; salesman. Crane Co., Se-
attle, Wash., 1902; Vancouver since 1908.
Married Emma F. Curtis, Nebraska City,
1900; has one daughter. Club: Vancou-
ver. Recreations: Shooting, boating, la-
crosse. Roman Catholic. Address: 1773
Davie St., Vancouver, B. C.

McII^BOT, David Suttie, F. B. A. I. C,
1. B. I. B. A., O. S. — Architect, 118a 8th
Ave., W., Calgary. Born Buckhaven,
Fifeshire, Scotland, Oct 5, 1872, son of
John and Christina Welsh Mcllroy. Edu-
cated Dysart Burgh School. Pupil of
John Murray, Kirkcaldy, Scotland, 1885;
chief draughtsman, with D. Forbes
Smith, Kirkcaldy, 1899; senior draughts-
man. Royal Naval Base, Rosyth, Scot-
land, 1903; came to Canada, 1905, to
Alberta, 1907. Married Mary Wallace
Gibb, 1902; has one daughter. Presby-
terian. Address: 315 11th Ave., W., Cal-
gary, Alta.







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McINNIS, Herman Xiowis, M. D., C. M.

— Physician and Surgeon, 178 Eraser
Ave., Edmonton. President, Mclnnis
Lumber Co., Ltd.; Empire Supply Co.,
Ltd.; interested Alberta Milling Co., Ltd.
Born St. John, N. B., Oct. 13, 1863, son
of John Lindsay and Mary Scott Lewis
Mclnnis. Educated Manitoba University
and Vienna. Practiced medicine, In-
dian Head, Sask., 1884; Captain, Hospi
tal Corps, Northwest Rebellion, 1885
took wounded to Winnipeg, fall of 1885
post-graduate course Europe, 1886; came
to Edmonton, 1886; established Mclnnis
Lumber Co., Ltd., 1905. Alderman, Ed-
monton, 1907-1911. Club: Edmonton
(founder). Societies: I. O. O. F.; A. F.
& A. M. Recreation: Exploring. Con-
servative; Anglican. Address: Edmon-
ton Alta.

McINNIS, John Kenneth. — Editor,
The Standard, Publishers, Ltd., Rose St.,
Regina; President, The Standard Pub-
lishers, Ltd.; Director, J. K. Mclnnis'
Sons, Ltd. (real estate); Managing Edi-
tor, Daily and Weekly Standard. Born
Strathalbyn, P. B. I., April 29, 1854, son
of John and Isabel Mclnnis. Educated
Prince of Wales College; Central Acad-
emy, Charlottetown, P. E. I. After
three years of pioneer work, Manitoba,
took up profession of teaching, 1881,
which had previously followed in P. B.
I.; became principal, Portage la Prairie,
Moosomin and Wolseley schools in suc-
cession; came to Regina, 1891, and as-
sumed editorship of Standard (weekly),
and associated with Hon. Walter Scott
in publication of that paper; later pur-
chased Scott's interest, and assumed
whole control; the company at present


owning paper is controlled by Mr. Mc-
lnnis. Started Daily Standard, 1904.
Member Regina City Council, 1896;
Mayor, 1897; candidate House of Com-
mons, for West Assiniboia, 1896, op-
posing late N. F. Davin; defeated on
casting vote of returning officer. Later
very closely contested North Regina for
Territorial Legislation, in opposition to
G. W. Brown, present Lieutenant-Gov-
ernor of Saskatchewan. Conservative
candidate for Regina, 1908, withdrew
from field before general election that
year owing to lack of harmony within
the party. Was President, Patrons of
Industry, Northwest Territories, and
later gave Liberal party independent
support. Supported Provincial Rights
party formed 1905, upon creation of new
provinces, became Provincial President
of organization, which office he now
holds. He favors single tax, government
ownership of railways, national unsec-
tarian schools, complete separation of
church and state, and control by prov-
ince of provincial resources, lands, tim-
ber and minerals. Married Hannah Jane
Carr, Rustico, P. B. I., 1874; has four
sons and three daughters. Independent.
Address: 1503 Victoria Ave., Regina,

McINNES, His Hon. William Wallace
Bums, B. A. — Judge of County Court,
Vancouver. Born Dresden, Ont., April
8, 1871, son of late Hon. T. R. Mclnnes,
M. D., a Senator of Canada and Lieut.-
Gov. of British Columbia, and Martha B.
Webster Mclnnes. Came to British Co-
lumbia, 1874. Educated Toronto Uni-
versity; Osgoode Hall. Called to British
Columbia Bar and practiced Nanaimo,
1893. Elected to House of Commons, for
Vancouver, 1896-1900; to British Colum-
bia Legislature, for Alberna, 1900-1905:
Provincial Secretary and Minister of Ed-
ucation, 1903-1904; declined the Attor-
ney-Generalship, 1902; Commissioner of
Yukon, 1905-1907; unsuccessful candi-



date for House of Commons, 1907; prac-
ticed, Vancouver, 1907-1909; appointed
Judge of County Court, "Vancouver, April
28, 1909. Married Dorothea B. Young,
Victoria, B. C, 1894; has one son and
one daughter. Clubs: Terminal City;
Commercial. Liberal; Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: 1300 Robson St., Vancouver, B. C.

Mcintosh, David Augrus. — Manager,
Letson & Burpee Ltd., 152 Alexander St.,
Vancouver. Born Kent County, N. B.,
Jan. 21, 1870, son of Angus and Chris-
tina Mcintosh. Educated Chatham, N.
B., grammar school; University of New
Brunswick; taught school. New Bruns-
wick, 1899. Came to British Columbia,
1902. Societies: St. Andrews; Caledon-
ian. Recreations: Rifle shooting, fishing,
hunting. Address: 1516 Burnaby St.,
Vancouver, B. C.

McXNTOSS, Hamish Heney, M. D., C.

M. — rPhysician and Surgeon, 402 Homer
St., Vancouver. Born Vankleek Hill,
Ont., Oct. 12, 1879, son of James Mc-
intosh, M. D., and Sarah Mc-
intosh. Educated McGill University,
Edinburgh University. Came to British
Columbia, 1906. Medical Superintendent,
Vancouver General Hospital, 1907-1909;
in charge of X-Ray Department, at-
tached to C. A. M. C. and 18th F. A. Ad-
dress: 1755 Comox St., Vancouver, B. C.

Mcintosh, John Robert — Real Es-
tate and Financial Agent, 30 Jasper
Ave., E., Edmonton; Secretary-Treas-
urer and Director, Sherbrooke Land Co.,
Ltd.; The Athabasca Co., Ltd.; The West
Edmonton Co., Ltd.; The Calder Land
Co., Ltd. Born Waterville, Que., June
29, 1880, son of Hon. John M. and Janet
Mcintosh. Educated public and high
schools, Waterville and Sherbrooke,
Que. Came to Alberta, 1902; established
present business, 1904. President, Fed-
eral Conservative Association, Edmon-
ton. Married Grace Elizabeth McBean,
daughter of George McBean, Montreal,
1907; has one son. Club: Edmonton.
Society: A. F. & A. M. Recreation:
farming. Conservative; Presbyterian.
Address: Villa Ave., Edmonton, Alta.

Mcintosh, Robert. — Of Mcintosh
Vick Auto Co., 127-128 Nineteenth St.,
Saskatoon. Born Fullerton Township,
Perth County, Ont., Nov. 25, 1865, son
of George and Elizabeth Mcintosh. Edu-
cated public schools, Perth County. Came
to Manitoba with his father, 1879, and
farmed near Virden, farmed for himself,
1885-1894; cattle buyer for Gordon &
Ironsides, Winnipeg, 1894-1900; sub-
agent for the Dominion Lands Depart-
ment, Saskatoon, 1900-1906; engaged


lumber, hardware and machinery busi-
ness, 1906-1910; entered into partnership
with C. C. Vick, of Saskatoon, in the au-
tomobile business under the present firm
name, 1910. Owner of extensive city
properties and wheat farm near Saska-
toon. Alderman, Saskatoon, 1903, 1906,
1909, 1910; ex-Chairman Board of Works
and Finance Committee; Member of Sas-
katoon Agricultural Society; Saska-
toon Board of Trade. Married Carrie
M. Fletcher, Saskatoon, 1901. Societies:
A. F. & A. M. ; I. O. O. F. Recreations:
Baseball, hunting, shooting, curling. Lib-
eral; Presbyterian. Address: 709 Mel-
rose Ave., Saskatoon, Sask.

Mcintosh, Robert ^eck. — Postmas-
ter, Prince Rupert. Born Toronto, April
30, 1865, son of William David and Maria
Mcintosh. Educated Upper Canada Col-
lege. Wholesale dry goods business, To-
ronto, 1881. Came to British Columbia,
1897, wholesale dry goods business, Van-
couver, 1897-1900; Port Essington, 1900-
1904. Came to Prince Rupert, appointed
first postmaster, 1906. Married Amy D.
McLeod, Oakville, Ont, 1898. Recrea-
tion: Yachting. Address: Fourth Ave.,
Prince Rupert, B. C.

Mcintosh, ■WiUiam Roy Wilson. —

Buyer, Kelly, Douglas & Co., Water St.,
Vancouver. Born London, Ont., Nov. 18,
1883, son of John W. and Elizabeth' Mc-
intosh. Educated public school and
Collegiate Institute, London. Came to
British Columbia, 1904. Clubs: Term-
inal City; United Commercial Travelers.
Recreation: Boating. Address: Terminal
City Club, Vancouver, B. C.



SKcZNTVKE, Peter Camptoell. — Post-
master, Winnipeg. Born Balderson,
Ont., Feb. 5. 1854, son of Hugh and Janet
Mclntyre. Educated public schools and
College Institute, Perth, Ont. Taught
school, 1872-1880; came to Winnipeg,
1878, later printing business; Chairman,
Winnipeg Public School Board, 1885-
1890; Member for North Winnipeg, Man-
itoba Legislature, 1892-1900; Postmaster
since 1900; Vice-President, Home In-
vestment & Savings Association; Direc-
tor, Grfat West Life Insurance Co.; Di-
rector, Standard Trusts Co. Married
Emily Kerr, Minneapolis, Minn., 1892.
Clubs: Manitoba; St. Charles Country;
Canadian. Recreations: Golf, curling.
Liberal; Presbyterian. Address: Post-
office, Winnipeg, Man.

McISAAC, Alfred. — Manager, The Cen-
tral Canada Publishing Co., Ltd., pub-
lishers of The Morning Herald, Fort
William. Born Charlottetown, P. E. I.,
Dec. 5, 1883, son of Anne McKinnon and
Captain John Mclsaac. Educated Char-
lottetown. Came to Ontario, 1900; ap-
prentice. Union Standard, Thornbury,
Ont., 1900; Manager, Reflector, Clarks-
bury, Ont, 1902; Manager, Gazette,
Bracebridge, Ont., 1904; Advertising
Manager, Bulletin, Edmonton, 1906;
Manager, Herald, Fort William, since
1910. Married Mary Theresa Burritt,
Thornbury, Ont., 1902; has two daugh-
ters. Clubs: Canadian; Kaministikwia.
Recreations: Football, curling, hockey,
boating. Liberal; Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: 313 S. Marks St., Fort William,

McKAT, E. B. — Ex-Surveyor General
for British Columbia. Born Gifford,
Scotland, May 25, 1850, son of Peter
and Agnes McKay. Educated Gifford
public schools. Mining and mechanical
engineer, Lancashire, 1866. Came to
British Columbia, 1875. Entered Gov-
ernment Service, 1890. Married Frances
Jane King, Ince, Lancashire, England,
1871. Club: Union. Recreation: Fishing.
Address: 617 Douglas St., Victoria, B. C.


McKAY, GEORGE D. — Crown Timber
Inspector for Britisli Columbia; Mining
Recorder for Vancouver District; Regis-
trar of Voters. Born Glengarry County,
Ont., July 12, 1857, son of George and
Christie Mcintosh McKay. Educated
public schools, Ontario. Came to Brit-
ish Columbia, 1890; engaged in railroad
work and contracting, 1890-1892; lumber
business, 1892-1904; Are warden for
British Columbia, 1904-1907; forest
ranger, 1907-1910; present appointment,

1910. Married Maggie Ferguson, 1886.
Recreations: hunting, fishing. Conserva-
tive; Presbyterian. Address: 690 7th
Ave., W., Vancouver, B. C.

McKAT, James, K. C, M. P. — Of Mc-
Kay, Adam, Beattie & Fear, Barristers,
Prince Albert; President, Victoria Hos-
pital, Prince Albert; Chancellor for the
Synod of the Diocese of Saskatchewan;
a Governor of the University of Saskat-
chewan; President of the Boys' Scouts
Council for Prince Albert District;
Bencher of the Law Society for Saskat-
chewan. Born Fort Ellice, Man., July
12, 1862, son of Mary and William Mc-
Kay; Factor of Hudson's Bay Co. Edu-
cated St. John's College and Manitoba
University. Studied law with Bain,
Blanchard & Mulock, Winnipeg, 1882.
Called to Manitoba bar, 1886. Practiced
in Winnipeg for short time under firm
name of Kennedy. Blanchard & McKay;
moved to Prince Albert, 1887, when
formed partnership of Brewster & Mc-
Kay; subsequently practiced alone for
some years. Appointed Q. C, 1894.
Prosecutor for Saskatchewan, 1888-1897.
Member Prince Albert Council for sev-
eral years. Unsuccessful candidate to
House of Commons, 1896, when defeated
by Sir Wilfrid Laurier; unsuccessful
again, 1908; elected for Prince Albert,

1911. Served as private, 90th Regiment,
Northwest Rebellion, 1885; temporarily
attached to Captain French's scouts.
Married Florence Annie Reid, daughter



of J. Lestoque Reid, D. L. S., Prince
Albert, 1900; has one daughter. So-
ciety: A. F. & A. M. ; I. O. F. Recreations:
curling-, golf, tennis. Liberal-Conserva-
tive; Anglican. Address: Prince Albert,

McKA7, John I^. — Of Alexander & Mc-
Kay, Real Estate Brokers, Contractors
and Builders, 1071 Granville St., Vancou-
ver. Born Paisley, Ont., Oct. 7, 1867, son
of Angus and Margaret McKay. Edu-
cated Kincardine and Walkerton, Ont.
Taught school, Ontario, 1886. Came to
British Columbia, 1888. First Mayor of
Wellington and later Town Clerk and
Treasurer. Married Sadie Ramsay, Nan-
aimo; has one son, one daughter. Soci-
ety: A. F. & A. M. Recreations: Hunt-
ing, Ashing, football. Address: 1536
Bismark St., Vancouver, B. C.

UcSA'S', Robert. — Of Allan, Killam <&
McKay, Insurance and Financial Agent,
222 Bannatyne Ave., Winnipeg. Born
Sutherlandshire, Scotland, Nov. 14, 1879,
son of George and Marion McKay. Camo
to Winnipeg, 1881; junior clerk with W.
R. Allan, 1893. Married Margaret Eliza-
beth McCallum, Winnipeg, 1906; has one
daughter. Society: A. F. & A. M. Rec-
reation: Lacrosse. Liberal; Presbyterian.
Address: 138 Stradbrooke Place, Winni-
peg, Man.


McKAV, Samuel H. — Barrister and So-
licitor, Royal Bank Chambers, Brandon;
Director, Central Canada Insurance Co.
Born York Township, York County, Ont.,
March 13, 1872, son of Donald and
Eliza Watson McKay. Educated public
and high schools. Walkerton, Ont.; Os-
goode Hall. Called to Ontario Bar,
1894. Practiced, Walkerton, 1895-1905.
Came to Manitoba, 1905. Member of
firm, Adolph & McKay, Brandon, 1905-
1910; practicing alone since 1910. Un-
successful candidate to Manitoba Legis-
lature for Brandon, 1910. Member of

Council, Walkerton, 1897-1901; Mayor,
1901. Married Amelia Aikins Lament,
Chesley, Ont., 1895; has two daughters.
Club: Commercial. Societies: A. F. &
A. M.; I. O. O. F.; L O. F.; S. O. S.;
K. of P.; A. O. U. W. Liberal; Presby-
terian. Address: 541 16th St., Bran-
don, Man.

W. J. McKAY, B. A., M. D., C. M.

mcKAV, William Jolin, B. A., M. D.,

C. M. — Physician and Surgeon. Born
Huntingdon, Que., May 4, 1874, son of
Henry and Margaret McKay. Educated
public schools, Morden, Man.; Manitoba
College; Manitoba Medical College. Prac-
ticed, Winkler, Man., 1899; Saskatoon
since 1903. Appointed Medical Health
Officer, City of Saskatoon, 1904; Mem-
ber Council of Provincial Health. Mar-
ried Susanna Peters (deceased). Plum
Coulee, Man., 1903; has one son and one
daughter. Club: Saskatoon. Societies:
A. P. & A. Ml.; I. O. O. F.; American
Public Health Association; Member
Royal Sanitary Institute; British Med-
ical Association; Canadian Medical and
Saskatoon Medical Associations. Rec-
reations: Golf, tennis, lacrosse. Non-
partisan; Presbyterian. Address: 637
Victoria Ave., Saskatoon, Sask.

McKAV, 'William Moore, B. A. — Bar-
rister, 319 Winch Bldg, Vancouver. Born
Ottawa, son of Thomas and Isabel Mc-
Kay. Educated Dr. Tassie's School, Gait,
Ont.; Montreal High School; Toronto
University. Called to bar of Ontario,
Northwest Territories, Yukon and Brit-
ish Columbia; practiced Dawson, Y. T.,
1897-1904; Alderman Dawson several
years; came to British Columbia,
1904. Crown Prosecutor, Vancouver.



W. M. McKAY.

Senior Captain 43rd D. C. O. R., Ottawa.
Acting President, British Columbia Con-
servative Association; President, Con-
servative Club, Vancouver. Clubs: Van-
couver; Western; Rideau (Ottawa). Rec-
reations: All outdoor sports. Conserva-
tive. Address: 1334 Alberni St., Van-
couver, B. C.

McXEBE, Samuel Edmund. — Contrac-
tor. Born Wellington County, Ont., July
11, 1856, son of Samuel and Charlotte
McKebe. Educated public schools, Wel-
lington County. Farmed and contracted
for a number of years. Came to Al-
berta, 1902. Served as Councillor, Red
Deer, three years; iVIayor, 1910. Mar-
ried Sarah M. Yang, Erin, Ont.; has
four sons and one daughter. Society:
A. O. U. W. Recreations: Baseball and
athletics. Address: Red Deer, Alta.

McKECHNIi:, John. — President, Vul-
can Iron Works Co., Ltd., Point Douglas
Ave. and Maple St., Winnipeg. Born
Loch Lomond, Scotland, Aug. 14, 1844,
son of Stephen and Margaret McKechnie.
Educated public schools, Glasgow, Scot-
land; Paris, Ont. Came to Canada, 1854.
Millwright, Bruce County, Ont., 1864.
Came to Winnipeg, 1872; established


present business, 1874. School trustee,
1895-1911. Married Catherine McGregor,
Glengarry, Ont., 1874; has four daugh-
ters. Societies: St. Andrew's; A. F. &
A. M. Recreation: curling. Presbyterian.
Address: 47 Carlton St., Winnipeg, Man.

McKECHNIi:, Robert Edward, M. D.,

C. M. — Surgeon, 445 Granville St., Van-
couver; Director Western Canadian Se-
curities Co.; President Western Oil &
Coal Co. Born Brockville, Ont., April 25,
1S61, son of Major William and Mary Mc-
Kechnie. Educated Prince of Wales Col-

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