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pointed to Fort Pitt, on North Saskat-
chewan, and taken prisoner with family
in Indian uprising, 1885; held captive
sixty-three days. Stationed Fort Alex-
ander till 1886 when went to Lower Fort
Garry in charge Lake Winnipeg District.
Retired from service Hudson's Bay Co.,
1892. Married Helen, daughter of Alex.
Hunter Murray, a noted officer in Hud-
son's Bay Co. service. Has six sons
and six daughters. Address: 276 Furby
St., Winnipeg, Man.

McIiHIiItATSt, John. — Superintendent of
Terminals, C. P. R., Winnipeg. Born
Lochiel, Glengarry, Ont, Nov. 30, 1854,
son of Alexander and Mary McLellan.
Educated public school, Russel; county
grammar school. Came to Manitoba,
1878. Railway employe, C. P. R., 1878,
traveled with first through train into
Manitoba; in charge transfer between
Winnipeg and St. Boniface, 1878-1881;
general foreman freight department,
1881-1889; charge of docks and shipping.
Port Arthur and Fort William, 1889-
1903; general yardmaster, Winnipeg
yards, 1893-1902; trainmaster out of
Winnipeg, 1902-1904; local freight
agent, 1904-19-07; superintendent of
terminals, 1878. Served with Winnipeg
Infantry Company as private at Winni-
peg, 1879-1882. Married Margaret Mc-
Millan, 1881; has three sons and two



daughters. Club: Western Canada
^ailway. Societies: A. F. & A. M. ; L.
O. L. Conservative; Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: 19S Austin St., Winnipeg, Man.


McIiEIiIiAN, Iieander Blair, B. A.— Of

McLellan, Savage & White, Barristers,
Vancouver. Born Maitland, N. S., Nov.
28, 1873, son of John G. and Easta
O'Brien McLellan. Educated Dalhousie
University. Came to British Columbia,
1900; called to British Columbia Bar,
1904. Served with 6th Volunteer Regi-
ment, Vancouver. Married Mabel Eraser,
1911. Clubs: Commercial; University.
Society: I. O. O. F. Liberal; Presbyte-
rian. Address: Vancouver, B. C.

and Margaret McLeod. Educated high
school, Kamloops; Central Business Col-
lege, Toronto. With Canadian finan-
ciers, real estate brokers, Vancouver,
1909; real estate, own name, Vancouver,
1910; established present business, 1910.
Societies: I. O. O. F.; K. P. Recrea-
tion: hunting. Conservative; Presbyte-
rian. Address: Kamloops, B. C.

McIiBOD, p. M. — Barrister, 347 Pender
St., Vancouver. Born New Brunswick,
June 6, 1857, son of Alexander and
Marian McLeod. Educated University of
New Brunswick. Taught school Camp-
bellton, N. B., 1882-1887; practiced Sus-
sex, N. B Came to British Columbia,
1892, and spent eight years in Koote-
nay country, coming to Vancouver, 1900.
Married Alice J. McLeod, Sussex, N. B. ;
has two daughters. Address: 780 Vic-
toria Drive, Vancouver, B. C.


McIiBOD, Evander — Financial and
Real Estate Broker, Kamloops. Born
Kamloops, Jan. 27, 1889, son of William


McIiEOS, Captain Georg'e B. — Of Lun-
dy-McLeod Land Co., Ltd., Real Estate
Brokers, Edmonton . Director, Western
Clays, Ltd. Born Guelph, Ont, March 2,
1879, son of Murdock and Annie McLeod.
Educated public schools and College Insti-
tute, Ontario. Clerk, Bond Hardware
Co., Guelph, 1895-1902; came to Alberta,
1902; clerk, Roos Bros., Edmonton, 1902-
1904; assistant manager, Revillon Bros.,
1904-1906; hardware business on own
account, 1906-1909; sold business, 1909;
established present business, 1910. Pres-
ident, Edmonton Liberal Association,
1910-1911. Served Captain, Edmonton
101st Fusiliers. Clubs: Edmonton; Cana-
dian; Edmonton Hockey (President). So-
ciety: A. F. & A. M. (Master Royal
Arch). Recreations: All outdoor sports.
Liberal; Baptist. Address: 368 12th St.,
Edmonton, Alta.



nicIiEOD, Georg-e T, — President, Real
Estate Trust Co., Ltd., Real Estate and
Financial Agents, Bank of British North
America Bldg, Calgary. Born Lebanon,
Mo., Dec. 5, 1878, son of James and Mary
McLeod. Educated public and high
schools, Ontario. Contractor and build-
er, Winnipeg, 1902-1907; established
present business, 1908. Member of Cal-
gary Board of Trade. Married Annie
Dobl, Winnipeg, 1907. Liberal; Angli-
can. Address: 637 15th Ave., W., Cal-
gary, Alta.

Mc^EOS, John — Financial Broker, of
The John McLeod Co., Ltd., 516 Pender
St., Vancouver. Born Glen Norman,
Glengarry Co., Ont., son of Murdock and
Bella Stewart McLeod. Educated public
schools. Came to British Columbia,
1897. Married Margaret W. McAdie.
Nanaimo, B. C, 1910. Club: Terminal
City. Society: A. F. & A. M. Presby-
terian. Address: 612 Holly Lodge, Van-
couver, B. C.

IVIc^IjOD, John xrormau. — Merchant,
Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland. Born In-
verness, N. S., Feb. 13, 1876, son of
James and Annie McLeod. Educated
Inverness public schools. Miner, Cum-
berland County, N. S., 1894. Came to
British Columbia, 1896; furnishing busi-
ness, Cumberland, 1899. Elected Alder-
man of Cumberland, 1896; re-elected,
1909, and still in office. Chairman, Board
of Works; member License Board. Mar-
ried Lila Hugo, Cumberland, 1907. So-
cieties: A. F. & A. M.; Shriner; I. O. O.
P. Recreations: Riding, driving. Ad-
dress: Cumberland, B. C.


McIJEOI}, Samuel. — Financial and
Real Estate Broker. Born Prince Ed-
ward Island, Sept. 17, 1852, son of Don-
ald and Isabella McLeod. Educated pub-
lic schools. Prince Edward Island. Shoe-
maker, Bredalbane, P. E. I., 1873. Came
to Winnipeg and engaged shoemaking
business with Dodd & Co., 1881. Came
to Prince Albert and formed partner-
ship with W. Shannon, 1883; partnership
dissolved, 1888, and engaged for him-
self in general merchandise; sold busi-
ness and retired, 1898. Councillor, Prince
Albert Town, 1894-1895; Mayor, 1896;
Alderman, 1905, 1911-1912; President,
Prince Albert Board of Trade, 1888;
Vice-President, 1910; member for Prince
Albert city and district, Northwest Ter-
ritories Legislature, 1898-1902; member
Half-Breed Scrip Commission, 1900.
Married Elizabeth E. Biggar, Prince Ed-
ward Island, 1874 (deceased) ; married
Winnifred Biggar, Winnipeg, 1892; has
three sons. Society: I. O. F. Recrea-
tions: Running, jumping, baseball. Lib-
eral; Presbyterian. Address: Prince Al-
bert, Sask.

McMASTER, Alfred Erwin — General
Agent Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, G.
T. Ry. System, G. T. P. Coast S. S.
Co., Prince Rupert. Born Perth, Ont..,
Oct. 22, 1885, son of John and Anne Mc-
Master. Educated Perth. Clerk, Perth,
1902. Came to British Columbia, 1908;
member of Council of Board of Trade,
Prince Rupert. Married Phyllis Mar-
gery Nelson, Port Arthur, Ont. Clubs:
Prince Rupert; Kaien Island. Address:
Prince Rupert, B. C.

McMASTEB, Edward Blake. — Of W. J.

McMaster & Sons, Wholesale Manufac-
turers of Clothing, 1176 Homer St., Van-
couver; Director, Vancouver Exhibition
Association. Born Montreal, July 28,
1876, son of William John and Eliza-
beth Carson McMaster. Educated Upper
Canada College and Trinity University.
Traveler, W. J. McMaster & Sons, Mon-




treal, until 1906, when he was appointed
sales manager, Vancouver. Served as
Alderman, Vancouver, 1911; Chairman,
Market Industries Committee. Married
Mary Stewart, Glasgow, Scotland, 1904;
has two sons. Clubs: Vancouver; Com-
mercial. Societies: A. F. & A. M. ; S. O.
I.; Commercial Travelers Association.
Liberal; Presbyterian. Address: 967
Tenth Ave., W., Vancouver, B. C.

McMEANS, I^endrum, K. C, M. Ii. A. —

Barrister, Bank of Nova Scotia Bldg.,
Winnipeg. Born Brantford, Ont., July
30, 1859, son of Andrew and Mary Mc-
Means. Educated Brantford. Came to
Winnipeg, 1S82. One of Commissionei's
for revision of statutes of Manitoba.
Elected to represent South Winnipeg,
Manitoba Legislature, 1910. Director,
]'"irst National Realty Co.; Vice-Presi-
dent, Sovereign Life Assurance Co. Mar-
ried Mary Beatrice Harris, Montreal, 1884 ;
has three sons and one daughter. Clubs:
Manitoba; St. Charles Country; Adanac.
Recreations: Golf, motoring. Conserva-
tive; Anglican. Address: Assiniboine
Ave., Armstrong Point, Winnipeg, Man.

KcMEANS, Vivian Arthur Vinton — Of

McMeans, Nutter & Co., Insurance and
General Agents, Bank of Nova Scotia
Bldg., Winnipeg. Born Winnipeg, July
2, 1885, son of Lendrum and Mary Har-
ris McMeans. Educated: Winnipeg pub-
lic and high schools. Clerk, Imperial
Crown Bank, 1902-1906; manager. North-
ern Bank, Pearson and North, Winnipeg,
1906-1909; member of firm, Nash & Mc-
Means, insurance agents, Winnipeg,
1910-1911; present partnership formed
1911. Captain 34th Fort Garry Horse,
Winnipeg Married Katherine Macdon-
ald daughter of Hon. Mr. Justice Mac-
donald, Winnipeg. 1911. Club: Western
Canadai Military Institute. Societies: A.
F & A. M.; I. O. O. F. Recreation: hock-
ey Conservative; Anglican. Address:
803 Dorchester Ave., Winnipeg, Man.

lUCcDiIICKEN, Alexander. — Provincial
Police Magistrate, Old Land Titles Bldg.,
Winnipeg. Born Queenston, Ont., Aug.
27, 1837, son of Hon. Gilbert MCMlcken,
stipendiary Magistrate for Dominion of
Canada, and Ann Theresa McMicken.
Educated public and high schools; To-
ronto Academy. Postmaster, Niagara
Falls, Ont., 1858. Came to Manitoba,
1872. Alderman, City of Winnipeg, 1875-
1876. Served with Winnipeg Field- Bat-
tery. Married Margaret Sara Johnson,
Niagara, 1859. Club: Adanac. Conserva-
tive; Presbyterian. Address: 61 Obsorne
St., Winnipeg, Man.

McMiZCKi;XNG, Antony Edg'ar Trimble,
M. D., O. lit.- — Physician and Surgeon,
1122 Government St., Victoria. Born
Victoria, July 21, 1880, son of Robert
and Margaret McMickllng. Educated
McGlll University. Practiced Victoria
since 1905. Surgeon Dominion Govern-
ment Marine Hospital, Victoria. Mar-
ried Maud Ethel Bone, Victoria, 1908;
has one son. Club: Pacific. Presbyte-
rian. Address: Victoria, B. C.

McMII^I^Anr, Allan Francis. — Born
Cumberland, Ont., Aug. 17, 1865, son of
Angus and Harriet McMillan. Educated
Cumberland; Spokane, Wash. Jewelry
business, Ottawa, 1885-1895; traveled
for himself, selling diamonds and specu-
lating real estate during pioneer days
of Rossland, B. C, 1895-1897; later Phoe-
nix, B. C, and Lethbridge, Alta; finally
establishing business of diamond spe-
cialist and jeweler, Vancouver; retired,
1911. Married Sylvia Kate Matilda
Town, 1899; has one son and three
daughters. Society: K. of C. Recrea-
tions: Walking, driving. Liberal; Roman
Catholic. Address: 1974 Barclay St.,
Vancouver, B. C.

McMIIi^AN', Major Charles. — (Re-
tired), 744 Hastings St., Vancouver.
Born Toronto, Feb. 14, 1865, son of Rob-
ert and Annie McMillan. Educated To-
ronto. Clerk, Toronto, 1882. Came to
Winnipeg, 1882, as clerk with Canada
Northwest Land Co., as agent North-
west Land Co., sold all original townslte
of Calgary, 1889-1891; City Clerk and
Treasurer, Calgary, 1891-1904; came to
British Columbia, 1907; Corporal, Rlel
Rebellion, 1885; medal. Fish Creek and
Batouche. Major command of "A"
Squadron 15th Light Horse, Calgary.
Married May Agnes McGuire, Winnipeg,
1889; has one daughter. Club: Ranch-
men's (Calgary). Recreation: Lacrosse,
Address: 429 Pender St., Vancouver,
B. C.



l/LdBILII.lMAJSr, Sir Daniel Hunter, X. C.

M. Cr. — President Northern Crown Bank;
Director Great West Life Assurance Co.;
Director Manitoba and Northwest Loan
Co.; "Vice-President Manitoba Water
Power Electrical Co.; Trustee Manitoba
Sanitarium for Consumptives; created
K. C. M. G., 1902. Born Whitby, Ont,
Jan. 14, 1846, son of James and Eleanor
McMillan. Educated Whitby and Colling-
wood, Ont. Unsuccessful candidate Mani-
toba Legislature for Winnipeg, 1879;
elected, 1880, and represented Center,
Winnipeg, until 1900. Member of Manitoba

Government as Provincial Treasurer,
1889-1900; Lieutenant-Governor of Man-
itoba, 1900-1910. Served with Canadian
Volunteers on Niagara Frontier, 1864;
during Fenian Raid, 1866; Red River
Expedition, 1870; Major, 95th Battalion;
North West Rebellion (medal), 1885, and
promoted to the command June 17, 1887
Is a retired field officer, name retained
on militia list. Married Mary Lindsay,
Collingwood, Ont., 1877. Club: Manitoba.
Society: A. F. & A. M. Liberal. Ad-
dress: Crescent Road, Winnipeg, Man.



Mc!MIIiZ;an, Ernest James. — President
and Managing Editor, News Publishing
Co., Ltd., Moose Jaw; President, Saskat-
chewan Farmer Publishing Co. Born
Cedar Grove, Ont, Sept. 20, 1878, son of
William and Mary Brock McMillan.
Came to Carberry, Man., with his par-
ents, 1881. Educated public schools,
Carberry. Publisher, Treherne Times,
Treherne, Man., 1899; Moose Jaw News
(weekly), 1906; Moose Jaw Morning
News, 1907. President, Saskatchewan
Hockey League. Married Annie Olive
Buchbach, Treherne, 1904; has one
daughter. Societies: I. O. O. F. ; A. F.
& A. M. Provincial Rights; Presbyte-
rian. Address: 112 Fairford, E., Moose
Jaw, Sask.

McMII;3;AN, Hug'h — Farmer. Born Tho-
rah Township, Ontario County, Ont.,
July 17, 1842, son of Archibald and Mary
Currie McMillan. Educated public
schools. Engaged railway contracts,
Ontario. Entered on land he now occu-
pies, 1880, driving with his brother by
Red River cart from Winnipeg. Served
as Councillor and Reeve, Riverside,
Man., 1882-1883; J. P. for number of
years. Associated with Manitoba Grain
Growers' Association since its inception.
Married Christy Ellen Ross, Lancaster,
Ont., 1875; has three sons and two
daughters. Society: R. T. of T. Lib-
eral; Presbyterian. Address: Margaret,

McMIIi]DAN, John, B. A. — Barrister
and Solicitor. Born Inverness-shire,
Scotland, son of Angus McMillan. Edu-
cated public school, Scotland; College
Institute, Brandon and Winnipeg; Uni-
versity of Manitoba; Manitoba College.
Came to Canada, 1887; to Manitoba,
1893; taught school, Manitoba, 1896-
1902; law student, 1903-1906; called to
Manitoba Bar, 1906; moved to Saskat-
chewan, and practiced, 1906. Member of
Law Society, of Saskatchewan. Society:
A. F. & A. M. (Kinistino .Lodge No. 1,
Prince Albert R. A. Chapter No. 160,
Prince Albert Perceptory No. 53). Rec-
reations: Curling, golf, shooting. Lib-
eral; Presbyterian. Address: Prince Al-
bert, Sask.

McMII^I^AN, J. A. — McMillan Com-
mission Co., Real Estate Brokers and
Automobile Dealers, Clinkskill Cham-
bers, Saskatoon; President, Real Estate
Exchange. Born Erin, Ont., March 31,
1866, son of Charles and Christina Mc-
Dougall McMillan. Educated Toronto
University. Minister, Disciples of
Christ, Glencoe, Ont., and States of
Michigan and Ohio eight years; Ameri-
can Vice-Consul, Winnipeg, 1902-1907;
minister. Church of Christ, Yellow
Grass, Sask., 1907-1909; established
present business, 1911. Married Agnes


Yuill, Portage la Prairie, 1911. Society:
R. T. Independent; Church of Christ.
Address: Saskatoon, Sask.


IVKcMIIiliAIT, John Franklin — Manager
Royal Bank of Canada, Edmonton. Born
Charlottetown, P. E. I., April 21, 1879,
son of Donald and Jane F. McMillan.
Educated: public schools, Charlottetown;
graduated West Kent Schools, 1894; won
senior scholarship for Charlottetown for
entrance to Prince of Wales College,
1894. Junior, Merchants Bank, Prince
Edward Island, 1894-1898; manager Mer-
chants Bank of Prince Edward Island,
Summerside, P. E. I., 1898-1905; man-
ager Bank of Commerce, Summerside,
1905-1906; manager Royal Bank, Char-
lottetown, 1906-1909; manager present
'jranch since 1909. Clubs: Edmonton;
NTorthern. Address: Arlington Apts.^
Edmonton, Alta.



SKcMIIkliAN', William J. — Of W. J. Mc-
Millan & Co., Ltd., Wholesale Grocer,
110 Alexander St., Vancouver. Born
Restigouche, N. B., June 26, 1858, son of
James and Mary McMillan. Educated
public schools. New Brunswick. Came
to British Columbia, 1883; produce mer-
chant, "Vancouver, 1888. Married Laura
Emma Hone, Vancouver; has three sons
and three daughters. Recreations: Fish-
ing, hunting, boating. Address: 1064
Haro St., Vancouver, B. C.

'SIlcSiaXiI.AJH, William W. — President
and Managing Director, Dominion Ele-
vator Co., Ltd., Grain Exchange, Winni-
peg. Born Ontario. Came to Winnipeg,
1875, engaged foundry and machinery
business until 1882; milling and grain
business, 1882-1892; grain business ex-
clusively since then. Vice-President, Al-
berta Grain Co. ; ex-President, Northwest
Grain Dealei-s Association. Clubs: Mani-
toba, Carleton. Liberal; Presbyterian.
Address: 146 Hargrave St., Winnipeg,

VtcHiUiIiIilSI, Bev. Canon Willmott Ed-
ward Vimell, B. A. — Anglican Clergy-
man, rector of St. Cyprian's, Lethbridge.
Born Diddulph Township, Middlesex
County, Ont, Jan. 2, 1876, son of Wil-
liam Gunning and Rebecca Hedging Mc-
Millen. Educated public schools; Col-
lege Institute; Huron College and West-
ern University; graduate Arts and Di-
vinity, 1897; pastoral charge, Milverton,
Ont., 1897; ordained Deacon, 1897; Priest,
1898; charge, Princeton, Ont., 1900-1904;
came to Alberta, 1904; charge of mis-
sion at Olds, Alta, 1904-1907; rector,
Wetaskiwin, Alta, 1907-1910, when called
to present charge. Member Executive
Board of Diocese of Calgary, since 1908;
Delegate to Provincial Synod of Rupert's
Land, 1910. Married Rebecca Louisa
Roe, Milverton, Ont., 1900; has one
daughter. Societies: L O. O. P.; C. O.
W. O. W. Recreations: Tennis, foot-
ball, hockey, curling Conservative. Ad-
dress: St. Cyprian's Rectory, Leth-
bridge, Alta.

TXcSHVImImISN, Ernest W. — Manager,
Merchant Bank, Calgary. Born Belle-
ville, Ont. Educated Belleville. Came
to Alberta, 1905. Club: Ranchmen's.
Address: Calgary, Alta.

SXcMUI^I^IIN, James Edward. — Solici-
tor to C. P. R., Vancouver. Born Wood-
stock, Ont, June 20, 1872, son of Rev.
W. F. and Susanna Gilbert McMullen.
Educated high school, Woodstock; Os-
goode Hall. Called to Ontario Bar, 1906;
practiced Gait, 1896-1898; solicitor to
C. P. R., Montreal, 1898. Came to Brit-

ish Columbia to accept present position,
1906. Married Naomi Temple, Toronto,
1906; has one son and one daughter.
Clubs: Vancouver; Union (Victoria).
Recreation: Golf. Liberal; Presbyterian.
Address: Shaughnessy Heights, Vancou-
ver, B. C.

McMUNN, Bobert Sydney, M. A., KC. S.

— Physician, 620 1^^ Main St., Winnipeg.
Born Ontario, Feb. 8, 1871, son of
Thomas and Sarah McMunn. Came
West as a boy. Educated Winnipeg pub-
lic schools; Manitoba University. Prac-
ticed Winnipeg since 1897. Member of
Winnipeg Public School Board, 1910;
Health Officer for Kildohan Municipal-
ity. Member of Liberal Executive, Win-
nipeg. Club: Carleton. Society: Med-
ical. Liberal; Presbyterian. Address:
180 Selkirk St., Winnipeg, Man.

niclXUBCHV, Bobert Daniel, B. A. —

Barrister and Solicitor, Bond Exchange
Bldg., Regina. Born Harriston, Ont..
Sept. 10, 1872, son of Archibald and
Flora McLean McMurchy. Educated
high school, Harriston; Toronto Univer-
sity. Taught school, Howick Tnp., Hu-
ron County, Ont., 1890-1891; Todmorden,
Ont., 1895-1896; principal, high school,
Chesley, Ont., 1899-1904. Came to Re-
gina, 1904; principal Regina High
School, 1904-1906; studied law and
called to Saskatchewan Bar, 1909; prac-
ticed with J. C. Secord, one year; with
J. P. Frame, one year; alone since 1911.
Club: Assiniboia. Societies: A. F. & A.
M.; C. O. P. Recreations: football, ten-
nis. Liberal; Presbyterian. Address:
Regina, Sask.

McMirBBAV, Edward James, B. A.,

IL. B. — Of Wilton, McMurray, DeLorme
& Davidson, Barristers and Solicitors,
Mclntyre Block, Winnipeg; Director,
Trustee Co. of Winnipeg, Ltd.; President
Central Canada Securities Co.; Vice
President National Loans and Invest-
ment Co., Ltd. Born Oxford County,
Ont., June 4, 1878, son of James and
Sarah Leadman McMurray. Educated:
St. Mary's Collegiate Institute; Normal
School, Regina; Manitoba University.
Taught school, Touchwood Hills, Sask.,
1898-1903; law student with Leech &
Leech and G. W. Baker, "Winnipeg, 1903-
1906; called to Manitoba bar, 1906; pres-
ent partnership formed 1906; was Vice
President West Winnipeg Liberal Asso-
ciation. Married Margaret Moira Wil-
ton, 1906 (deceased 1907); has one son.
Clubs: Canadian; Young Men's Liberal.
Society: I. O. O. F. Recreations: bowl-
ing. Liberal. Address: 167 Poison Ave,,
Winnipeg, Man.




McNAIB, James A. — Timber and In-
vestment Broker, Dominion Trust Bldg.,
Vancouver. Director, Prudential Invest-
ment Co., Ltd.; Director, Western Pa-
cific Development Co., Ltd.; President,
Dominion Glazed Cement Pipe Co., Ltd.;
Director, West Vancouver Land Co.,
Ltd.; Director, Capitol Hill Land Co.,
Ltd. Born Jacquet River, N. B., Aug.
11, 1865, son of Nathaniel and Martha

McNair. Educated public school. Gen-
eral store, Dalhousie Junction, N. B.,
1882. Came to British Columbia, 1892.
Ferry Commissioner, North Vancouver.
Treasurer, Y. M. C. A. (President three
years). Married Minnie G. McKay, New
Brunswick; has one son and one daugh-
; ter. Address: Sixth St. and St. An-
! drews St., North Vancouver, B. C.




McNAB, Hon., Archibald Feter, M. £.

A. — Minister of Public Works for
Saskatchewan, Parliament Bldgs., Re-
gina. Born Glengarry, Ont., May 29,
1864, son of Malcolm and Margaret Mc-
Nab. Educated public schools, Van-
kleek Hill, Ont. Came to Manitoba,
1882; homesteaded Virden district, 1883;
grain buyer for Ogilvie Milling Co., 1888
to 1902; engaged grain business for him-
self, Rosthern, Sask., 1902, came to
Saskatoon, and became partner Saska-
toon Milling & Elevator Co., 1906; presi-
dent of same, 1909. Member for School
Board of Alexander, Man., 1897-1902;
Chairman, Rosthern School Board, 1903-
1906; elected for City of Saskatoon,
Saskatchewan Legislature, 1908-1912;
Minister of Municipal Affairs, 1908-1912;
apointed Minister of Public Works, 1912.
Married Edith Wilson Todd, Oak
Lake, Man., 1892; has four sons and
two daughters. Clubs: Saskatoon; As-
siniboia, Reglna. Societies: I. O. O. F. ;
A. O. U. W. Recreations: Curling, foot-
ball, hockey, baseball. Liberal; Presby-
terian. Address: 703 Melrose St., Saska-
toon, Sask.

McNAIR, Robert. — Manufacturer of
Robert McNair Shingle Co., Vancouver.
Born Jacquet River, Restigouche Co., N.
B., June 29, 1858, son of Nathaniel and
Martha McNair. Educated public schools,
Restigouche County. Lumber business
near home village under firm name of
McNair Bros.; removed to British Co-
lumbia, 1892, and formed Hastings Shin-
gle Mfg. Co.; later founded present firm.
Director, McNair-Fraser Lumber Co.,


Hastings Shingle Mfg. Co., Ltd. On ex-
ecutive board of Westminster Hall and
Central City Mission, Ltd. Married An-
nie McKinnon, Shannon Vale, N. B.,
1889; has two sons and three daughters.
Presbyterian. Address: 1070 Melville
St., Vancouver, B. C.

McNAIR, William — Wholesale Fruit
and Produce Merchant. Born Dalhousie,
N. B., Sept. 20, 1848, son of Nathan and
Martha McNair. Educated public
schools, Restigouche County. Farming
and lumber business. New Brunswick,
previous to coming to British Columbia,
1891; lumber business, Vancouver, 1891-
1893; farming, Armstrong, 1893-1907; es-
tablished present business, 1907; part-
ner of McNair & Haddock, Ashcroft, es-
tablished 1910; partner. The McNair
Company Warehouse, Calgary. Married
Jane Archibald, Dalhousie, N. B., 187S;
has five sons and two daughters. Con-
servative; Presbyterian. Address: Arm-
strong, B. C.

McNAXiI.'X', Percy Byron, D. D. S

Dentist. Born Frederickton, N. B., Jan.
21, 1887, son of Moses Byron and Annie
Marie McNally. Educated high school,
Frederickton; University of New Bruns-
wick; University of Pennsylvania. Den-
tal student, Frederickton, 1904; dental
surgeon, Utah, 1908. Came to Alberta,
1908. Societies: A. F. & A. M.; Utah
State Dental Association; Xi Psi Phi
fraternity. Recreations: Curling, shoot-
ing, etc. Liberal; Baptist. Address:
Strathcona, Alta.




McNAI.1.7, Alfred, M. D. — Physician,
Stafford Block, Lethbrldge. Born Gait,
Ont., March 12, 1882, son of Isaac and
Elmina McNally. Educated College In-
stitute, Gait.; Toronto University; in-
terne, Toronto General Hospital, 1905-
1906; member staff, Hlbbing Hospital,
Hibbing, Minn., 1906; came to Alberta,
1907. Married Alma Hillis. Sutton West,

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