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ritories Bar, 1883; practiced, Moose Jaw,
1883-1885; Fort Qu'Appelle, 1885; mem-
ber of Bars of Minnesota and North
Dakota; practiced in United States fif-
teen years; was Assistant State Attor-
ney, Richland Court; practiced Weyburn
since 1907. Married Emily Mills, 1892;
as two sons. Societies: A. F. & A. M.;
K. P.; M. W. A.; A. O. U. W. Recrea-
tions: lacrosse, hockey. Liberal; Meth-
odist. Address: Weyburn, Sask.

MOBBICi:, Bev. Bichard John, M. A. —

Born Longbridge, Deverill, Wiltshire,
England, June 19, 1879, son. of John
David Morrice and Jessie Fenton Hasle-
hurst. Educated Winchester College and
Cambridge, England. Came to Saskatche-
wan, 1907. Society: S. O. E. Anglican.
Address: St. Chad's Hostel, Regina, Sask.

MOBBIS, Alfred John. — Of J. Piercy,
Morris and Co., Prince Rupert. Born
Plymouth, England, Sept. 23, 1874, son of
Thomas H. and Harriet Morris. Came
to British Columbia 1887. Educated Vic-
toria. Established present business,
1908. President Prince Rupert Board of
Trade, 1910-11. Served three years with
B. C. B. G. A., Victoria. Married Mar-
guerite Antoinette Peck, Seattle, 1896.
Clubs: Pacific (Victoria); Prince Ru-
pert. Societies: A. F. & A. M.; A. O. U.
W.; K. of P. Recreations: Boating,
fishing. Address: Prince Rupert, B. C.

MOBBIS, Major Frank. — Provincial
Commander, Salvation Army, 301 Hast-
ings St., E. Vancouver. Born Hull, Eng-
land, son of Richard and Anne Morris.
Educated England and Canada. Private
secretary to Commander Salvation Army,
Toronto, 1891; has had distinguished ca-



reer in the Army Territorial Headquar-
ters, Toronto, and in various parts of
Canada and Newfoundland; occupied,
among- other positions, private secretary
to both a son and daughter of General
Booth; Territorial cashier; assistant edi-
tor Salvation Army publications, To-
ronto; pioneer of army work, Klondyke,
Spring of 1898. During this time gave
service to Yukon Government. After-
wards chancellor of Salvation Army af-
fairs for Newfoundland, followed by
present appointment as Commander of
British Columbia, Alaska and the Yukon.
Married Susie Idells French, Toronto;
has one son and one daughter. Address:
510 Eighth Ave., B., "Vancouver, B. C.


MORRIS, Harry G. — President of the
Edmonton Locators, Ltd.; Real Estate
and Financial Broker, Business Seller
and Business Promoter, Edmonton. Born
at Rodney, Ont., June 28, 1883, son of
Samuel B. Morris, Private Banker. Edu-
cated public schools and Collegiate Insti-
tute. Came to Edmonton, 1903; estab-
lished present business, 1910. Married
Edythe Brandon of Edmonton. Clubs:
Edmonton; Northern. Anglician. Ad-
dress: Care Edmonton Locators, Ltd.,
Edmonton, Alta.

MORRIS, John. — Real Estate and
Financial Broker. Secretary-treasurer
Park Dale Investment Co., Ltd.; stock-
holder in Union Bank and Monarch Life
Insurance Co. ; special representative Sun
Life Insurance Co.; agent Canadian Se-
curity & Loan Co., Ltd. Born Ayreshire,
Scotland, June 1, 1880, son of David and
Jane Wyllie Morris. Educated public
schools, Scotland. Clerk, general store,
Scotland, 1893; came to Alberta, 1903;
sales manager, Revillon Bros., Edmonton,
1903-1906; established present business,


1906. Married Grace Bertha Websdale,
Winnipeg, 1905. Club: Conservative.
Societies: A. F. & A. M.; I. O. O. F.;
K. of P.; A. O. U. W.; Elks. Conserva-
tive; Presbyterian Address: 96 Fifth
St., Edmonton, Alta.


MORRIS, Osborne, M. D., C. M. — Pro-
vincial Medical Health Officer; Provin-
cial Coroner; Surgeon to C. P. R., Ver-
non. Born Pembroke, Ont., Jan. 20,



1869, son of James and Jane Morris.
Educated publicand high schools, Pem-
broke; McGill University. Practiced
North Bay and Chapleau, Ont., 1890-
1893. Came to British Columbia, 1893.
Has practiced Vernon since. Married
Rosa Armstrong, New Westminster,
1895. Clubs: Ranchers; Country; Ver-
non. Societies: A. F. & A. M.; I. O. O.
F. ; Canadian Medical Association; Brit-
ish Columbia Medical Association. Rec-
reation: Motoring. Conservative; Pres-
byterian. Address: Vernon, B. C.


MOBBISON', Honorable Anlay MacAu-
lay. — Puisne Judge, Supreme Court of
British Columbia since 1904. Born Bad-
deck, N. S., June 15, 1863, son of Chris-
topher and Flora MacAulay Monison.
Educated Sydney and Pictou Academies;
Dalhousie University (LL. B., 1888). Ad-
mitted to Nova Scotia Bar, 1888; British
Columbia Bar, 1890; appointed K. C,
1900; practiced New Westminster, 1890-
1904; was vice-president Canadian Bar-
risters' Association; member New West-
minster Board of Trade; Commissioner
of the Public Library; a temperance
advocate and vice-president Dommion
Alliance Royal Commissioners, B. C,
Fisheries, 1902; elected to House of Com-
mons, representing New Westminster,
when opposing candidate Honorable
Richard McBride, 1896; re-elected, de-
feating Honorable Edgar Dewdney, ex-
Governor of B. C, 1900; appointed Puisne
Judge Supreme Court of British Colum-

bia, Sept. 28, 1904; Deputy Judge in Ad-
miralty, British Columbia, Dec, 1906.
Married Elizabeth Livingstone, daughter
of James Livingstone, ex-M.P., Baden,
Ont., 1900; has one son and one daugh-
ter. Club: Union (Victoria). Presby-
terian. Address: .Vancouver, B. C.

MOBBISON, John Vr. G., M. A., Ii£. B.

Barrister and Solicitor; Secretary Ver-
milion Board of Trade. Born Catalone,
Cape Breton, Oct. 26, 1870, son of Don-
ald and Sarah Morrison. Educated: Syd-
ney Academy; Dalhousie University.
Taught school Cape Breton, 1886; re-
porter. Island Reporter, Sydney, 1890;
later on editorial staff, Sydney Daily
Post; attended Dalhousie University,
1895-1900; on Halifax Herald, 1900-1902;
city editor Sydney Daily Post, 1902-1903;
attended Dalhousie University, 1903-
1904 (graduated M. A. 1904); attended
Dalhousie Law School and graduated
LL. B., 1906: practiced Sydney, 1906-
1907; member of firm Dubuc & Dubuc,
Edmonton, 1907-1910; present practice,
1910. County Councillor, district of
Catalone, C. B., 1902-1904. Club: Ver-
milion. Society: A. F. & A. M.
atlons: walking, shooting,
tive; Protestant. Address:


MOBBISON, Bonald William — Editor
The Commercial, of The Hugh C. Mac-
Lean Co., Ltd., publishers of Trade
Journals, 404 Travelers Bldg., Winnipeg.
Born Marion Bridge, Cape Breton, Oct.
31, 1877, son of Peter and Julia Morri-
son. Educated Sydney Academy, Sydney,
N. S. Taught school Nova Scotia two
years; came to Manitoba 1902; circulation
manager Manitoba Free Press, Winnipeg,
1902-1905; editor of The Commercial
since 1905. Served with 90th Regiment,
Winnipeg, three years. Club: Com-
mercial; Travelers. Society: Gaelic.
Presbyterian. Address: 444 Bannatyne
Ave., Winnipeg, Man.

MOBBOW, James William, B. A., ImXm.

B. — Minister, St. John's (Presbyterian)
Church, Medicine Hat. Convenor of
Home Mission, Calgary Presbytery. Born
County Down, Ireland, May 24, 1869, son
of John and Elizabeth Morrow. Edu-
cated Royal Academical Institution, Bel-
fast; Queen's College; Royal University:
Edinburgh and Belfast Presbyterian Col-
leges; post-graduate Princeton Univer-
sity. Came to Alberta, 1894; missionary
at Wetaskiwin. Served as public school
trustee. Medicine Hat. Chaplain, Cana-
dian Mounted Rifles, Medicine Hat, 1908.
Address: Medicine Hat, Alta.




MOBBISOir, Alexander. — Of Arm-
strong, Morrison & Co., Ltd., 543 Gran-
ville St., "Vancouver. Born Motherwell,
Scotland, June 19, 1852, son of Donald and
Margaret Rolston Morrison. Educated
Motherwell. Served five years' appren-
ticeship building and millwright busi-
ness, Motherwell; employed shipbuilding
yards on the Clyde, Goven, 1869-1871.
Came to Canada, 1871; contracting busi-
ness, devoting himself mainly to erec-
tion of industrial plants, among them
the Magog Textile Mills, Magog, Que.,
1871-1891. Came to British Columbia,
1891. Associated with late Dan McGilli-
vray and W. H. Armstrong, building

New Westminster waterworks as shop
superintendent in their steel pipe works,
1891; formed partnership with W. H.
Armstrong, 1892; among their most in-
teresting contracts, Granville St. bridge,
"Vancouver. Director Clayburn, Ltd.;
member "Vancouver Board of Trade.
Served with Royal Scotts, Montreal, nine
years. Unsuccessful candidate for
Mayor, Vancouver, 1910. Married Mar-
garet Birnie, Glasgow, 1876; has one
son. Societies: Caledonian (President
1909-1911); Gaelic Society. Conserva-
tive; Presbyterian. Address: 1185 Har-
wood St., "Vancouver, B. C.




MORXtisoN, ai.x:xani}i:r, m. f. —

Homewood, Man. Farmer; Member of
Advisory Board of Manitoba Agricultural
College. Born, Granville County, Ont.,
Jan. 15, 1851, son of William and Eliza-
beth Morrison. Educated: Public schools.
Came to Manitoba, 1879; has been en-
gaged farming since fifteen years of
age; now farms two and a quarter sec-
tions of land at Homewood. School

Trustee, President and Director, Agricul-
tural Society. Served as Councillor and
Reeve, Dufferin, six terms. Elected to
House of Commons representing Mac-
donald, October, 1912, with largest ma-
jority ever recorded in district. Un-
married. Societies: A. F. & A. M. ; C.
O. P. Recreation: Farming. Conserva-
tive; Anglican. Address: Homewood,



MOBTON, Nelson Whitman — Presi-
dent, Morton, Bartling & Co., Ltd.,
Bankers, Masonic Temple Bldg., Prince
Albert; President, Prince Albert Ma-
sonic Temple Co., Ltd.; President, St.
Regis, Ltd.; Secretary-Treasurer, North
Saskatchewan Cold Storage & Fish Co.,
Ltd.; Director, Prince Albert Opera
House Co., Ltd.; Director, Saskatchewan
Loan & Investment Co., Ltd. Born Mil-
ton, N. S., Dec. 11, 1877, son of Charles
E. and Selina Morton. Educated: Acad-
emy, Liverpool, N. S. Clerk and ac-
countant. Union Bank, Halifax, 1894-

1899; clerk. Bank of Ottawa, Ontario,
1899-1901; manager, Bank of New Bruns-
wick, Sussex, N. B., 1901-1902; manager.
Bank of Ottawa, Winchester, Ont, 1903-
1905; came to Prince Albert as man-
ager Bank of Ottawa, 1905-1911; pres-
ent company incorporated, 1911. Mayor,
Prince Albert, 1912; ex-president. Board
of Trade, Prince Albert. Married Lilla
Johnston, Winchester, Ont, 1906; has
one son. Societies: A. F, & A. M. ; I.
O. P. Recreations: curling, tennis. Con-
gregationalist. Address: 207 20th St.,
W., Prince Albert, Sask.



MOTT, Ezra Arthur. — Director and
General Western Manager, Cockshutt
Plow Co., Ltd., Princess and Alexander
Sts., Winnipeg; Director British Crown
Lumber Co., Ltd.; President Winnipeg
Board of Trade. Born Brantford, Ont.,
June 22, 1869, son of Alonzo and Annie
Mott. Educated Brantford schools.

Joined Cockshutt Plow Co., Brantford.
1887. Came to Winnipeg, 1891; appointed
present position, 1892. Married Martha
Harold, 1896; has one son and one daugh-
ter. Clubs: Manitoba; St. Charles
Country; Carleton. Liberal; Presbyte-
rian. Address: 9 Central Ave., Arm-
strongs Point, Winnipeg, Man.




MOTHERWEI^I^, James Alfred. — Of

Motherwell & Darling, Real Estate and
Financial Broker, 744 Columbia St., New
Westminster. Born Portage du Fort,
Ont., June 19, 1880, son of Rev. Thomas
and Cordelia Jane Motherwell. Edu-
cated high school, Dunnville, Ont. Clerk,
Canadian Bank of Commerce, Strathroy,
Ont., 1898; clerk, Lumbermens National
Bank, Portland, Ore., 1909; manager,
Vancouver Financial Corporation, New
Westminster, 1910; established present
business, 1910. Served as private,
Queen's Own Rifles, Toronto, 1901-1902.
Club: Westminster. Recreations: Golf,
hockey, boating, fishing. Conservative.
Address: New Westminster, B. C.

MOTHEBWEI^I^, Honorable W. B., M.
If. A. — Commissioner of Agriculture and
Provincial Secretary of Saskatchewan,
Regina. Born Perth, Lanark County,
Ont., Jan. 6, 1869, son of John and Eliza
Motherwell. Educated College Institute,
Perth; Ontario Agricultural College.
Farmed Abernethy, Sask., 1882. Unsuc-
cessful candidate on two occasions for
North Qu'Appelle in Northwest Territory
Legislative Assembly; elected 1905, Sas-
katchewan Legislature; defeated, 1908;
elected for Humboldt, 1908. Appointed
Commissioner of Agriculture and Pro-
vincial Secretary upon formation of first
government of Saskatchewan by Hon.
Walter Scott. Married Adeline Rogers,
New Boyne, Ont., 1884 (deceased) ; has


one son and one daughter. Married
Kate Gillespie, Abernethy, Sask., 1908.
Club: Canadian. Recreation: Baseball.
Address: Cornwall Court, Regina, Sask.

MOUIVTON, Nan. — Editor, Western
Municipal News, Winnipeg. Born Gana-
noque, Ont.,- daughter of James and
Mary Graham Moulton. Educated high
school, Gananoque; Normal school, Ot-
tawa, honor graduate. One of the forty
Canadian teachers appointed, 1902, at re-
quest of Hon. Joseph Chamberlain to
teach in Concentration Camps, South
Africa, at close of Boer war. Spent one
year at Middleburg, Transvaal, 1902-1903;
two years in Pretoria on staff of "The
Gymnasium," largest Government school
in South Africa, 1903-1905. Came to Win-
nipeg, 1908, to take present position.
Secretary Women's Canadian Press Club
(Winnipeg Branch), 1908-1909; secre-
tary Winnipeg Women's Canadian Club,
1909-1910. Contributor to Travel Maga-
zine, N. Y. ; Red Fynnel, New Zealand;
Field, London; Toronto Globe; Toronto
Saturday Night; Canadian Courier; Can-
ada Monthly, and other Canadian and
American publications. Anglican. Ad-
dress: 718 Broadway, Winnipeg, Man.

OTOUNCE, lewis Alfred. — ^Of R. Grant
& Co., Cumberland. Born Avondale, N.
S., June 20, 1857, son of William and
Charlotte Ann Mounce. Educated pub-
lic schools, Avondale; Mt. Allison Acad-
emy; Sackville, N. B. Came to British
Columbia, 1880, arriving Victoria via
Isthmus of Panama; lumber business.



Wellington, B. C, 1884; moved to Cum-
berland, 1894; one of promoters of Cum-
berland Iron Waterworks Co., of which
Is now president; treasurer Cumberland
Electric Lighting Co. First Mayor of
Cumberland, 1897; re-elected, 1898. Mem-
ber in British Columbia Legislature for
Comox, 1900-1903. Married Euphemia
Frame, Larkhall, Scotland, 1889; has two
sons and two daughters. Society: A. F.
& A. M. Conservative. Address: Cum-
berland, B. C.

MOUNTAIN, Willows E. — Financial
and Real Estate Broker, Swift Current.
Born Huron County, Ont., May 7, 1870,
son of Thomas and Mary Bowers Moore
Mountain. Educated public schools, Hu-
ron. Farmed Manitoba, 1892-1903; rail-
roaded, N. P. Ry., East Grand Forks,
Minn., 1893-1894; with G. N. Ry., Grand
Forks, 1894-1903; engineer, C. P. R.,
Medicine Hat, 1903-1907; established
present business, 1907. Societies: A. F.
& A. M. (Shriner); B. of L. B. Recrea-
tion: hunting. Conservative; Methodist.
Address: Swift Current, Sask.


M.OXAM, John. — Contractor, Mclntyre
Block, Winnipeg. Born Foresters Falls.
Renfrew County, Ont., Aug. 25, 1882, son
of B. M. and Anne Moxam. Educated
public schools, Foresters Falls, Real es-
tate business, Winnipeg, 1902. Built
Moxam Court and other large apartment
houses. Married Blanche I. Boyle, Cob-
den, 1907. Clubs: Carleton; Adanac;
Canadian. Society: A. F. & A. M. Rec-
reations: Motoring, bowling. Conserva-
tive; Methodist. Address: 250 Welling-
ton Crescent, Winnipeg, Man.

MUIB, James, B. A., K. C. — Of Muir.
Jephson & Adams, Barristers, Bank of
British North America Bldg., Calgary.
President Law Society of Alberta since
its inception; president Calgary Bar As-


sociation since 1901; president Western
Canada College; president Calgary Gas
Co. Born North Georgetown, Chateau-
guay County, Que., Feb. 13, 1842, son of
Jacobina McDonald Nicholson (descend-
ant of Flora McDonald) and Rev. J. C.
Muir, D. D. Educated Huntingdon Acad-
emy, Huntingdon, Que.; Queen's Univer-
sity; McGill University. Law student
with Hon. James Maclennan, Toronto,
1869-1870; called to Ontario Bar, 1871;
practiced under firm name Monro &
Muir, Fergus, Ont, 1870-1890; came to
Alberta and called to Northwest Terri-
tory Bar, 1890; firm of Muir & Jephson
formed, 1893; C. F. Adams admitted to
partnership under present firm name,
1907. Chairman Calgary School Board,
1894. Unsuccessful candidate for Olds
to Northwest Territory Legislative As-
sembly, 1898. Married Bmma Sills, Pic-
ton, Ont., 1872 (deceased). Club:
Ranchmen's; Calgary; Golf and Country.
Recreation: Literature. Conservative;
Presbyterian. Address: 804 Seventh
Ave., W., Calgary, Alta.

MUIB, BolJert R. — Of Robert R. Muir
& Co., Grain Exchange, Winnipeg. Born
Winnipeg, Aug. 27, 1882, son of Robert
M. Muir. Educated public schools, Win-
nipeg. President Central Garage Co.,
Ltd.; president Consolidated Commission
Co.; secretary Dominion Grain Elevator
Co.; director Modern Laundry Co.; mem-
ber Winnipeg Grain Exchange. Clubs:
St. Charles Country; Carleton. Society:
A. F. & A. M. Recreations: Rowing;
motoring. Address: 230 Tale Ave.,
Winnipeg, Man.



KCU^CASTEB, Richard — Barrister
and Solicitor, Imperial Bank Bldg.,
Prince Albert. Born Ealing-, London,
May 23, 1875, son of Rev. Richard and
Henrietta Phelps Mulcaster, of Lavers-
dale Manor, Cumberland. Educated
Merchant Taylor's School, London; St.
Bees' School, Cumberland; Edinburgh
University. Admitted member of Soci-
ety of Solicitors, Supreme Courts of
Scotland, 1897; practiced, Edinburgh,
1897-1911; called to Saskatchewan Bar
and established present practice, 1912.
Served as First Lieutenant, Lowland
Heavy Battery. Club: Prince Albert.
Society: A. P. & A. M. Recreations:
tennis, golf, Ashing. Conservative; An-
glican. Address: Prince Albert, Sask.

MUI^LAIiY, Joseph Henry, D. O.— Os-

teopathist. Born Chicago, 111., April 23
1866, son of Thomas Mullaly. Educated
Chicago University. Came to Winnipeg
1904. President Comet Electrotype Co.,
Ltd. Married Margaret Campbell, Win-
nipeg, 1906. Independent; Roman Catho-
lic. Address: 360 Portage Ave., Winni-
peg, Man.


MUI^IiEN, Philip J. — Real Estate and
Financial Agent. Secretary-treasurer
Pigeon Lake Sawmill Co., Ltd., Empire
Block, Edmonton. President Edmonton
City Dairy Co., Ltd.; president Mullen
Bros., general store. Millet, Alta. Born
Milwaukee, Wis., April 23, 1864, son
of Patrick W. and Ann Mullen. Edu-
cated public schools. United States.
Farmed and stock raising, South Da-
kota, 1883-1889; came to Edmonton, 1899;
established present business, 1903. Mar-
Myrtle Laughery, Nebraska, 1898; has
five sons and two daughters. Member

Edmonton Board of Trade. Society: K.
of C. Recreation: Shooting. Conserva-
tive; Roman Catholic. Address: 230
Eleventh St., Edmonton, Alta.

MUI^OCE, WiUiam Bedford, K. C—

Of Mulock, Loftus, Armstrong & Lind-
say, Barristers, McArthur Bldg., Win-
nipeg. Born Carleton Place, Ont., Jan.
11, 1850, son of Rev. Canon Mulock, of
St. George's Cathedral, Kingston, Ont.,
and Martha Catherine Mulock. Educated
Queen's College, Kingston; Toronto Uni-
versity. Called to Ontario Bar; prac-
ticed Toronto, 1872. Came to Winnipeg
1882. Served as Sergeant Princess of
Wales' Own, Kingston. Married Lillian
Lucia Cummins, Magog, Que., 1883; has
two sons and one daughter. Club: Man-
itoba. Society: A. F. & A. M. Recrea-
tions: Sailing, curling. Prohibitionist;
Anglican. Address: 557 Wellington Cres-
cent, Winnipeg, Man.


MUNDELl, David, B. A. — Of Wylie,
Mundell & Procter, Barristers, Mooso-
min. Born Inverness, Scotland, April 11,
1883, son of Walter and Margaret Mun-
dell. Educated public schools; Collegiate
Institute, Brandon; Manitoba University.
Came to Manitoba, 1886; law student
with Brown & Wylie, Moosomin, Sask.,
1904; practiced under firm name Brown,
Wylie & Mundell, Moosomin, Sask., 1910-
1911; present firm name since. Served as
Lieutenant I6th Light Horse, Moosomin,
three years; Commanding Officer, Moos-
omin Troop A, Squadron 16th. Married
Stella Mildred Reany, Keenansville, Ont.,
1909; has two daughters. Club: Young
Men's. Society: A. F. & A. M. Recrea-
tions: tennis, cricket, riding, curling.
Liberal; Presbyterian. Address: Mooso-
min, Sask.



MUNN, AngTis.^Collector of Customs.
Born Prince Edward Island, Nov. 28,
1858, son of Duncan and Eliza Sarah
Munn. Educated public schools, Belfast
District, P. E. I. Engaged at different
times farming, fish canning and trading.
Came to British Columbia 1893. Mar-
ried Sarah Agnes Bell; has three sons
and three daughters. Club: New West-
minster. Societies: A. F. & A. M. ; S. O.
S. Address: 715 Fifth Ave., New West-
minster, B. C.

M1TITK, D. Walker — Born Quebec, son
of Wm. Munn. Educated McGill Uni-
versity (B. A. and first class honors in
classics 1898, M. A. 1905, B. A. 1907);
appointed professor mechanical en-
gineering McGill Universltv College of
B. C. 1908. Married Theodora Christine
Bouchard, Montreal, 1908. Methodist.
Address, Vancouver, B. C.


MUNN, Jolin A. — Of Bryden & Munn,
Real Estate and Financial Brokers,
Mackie Block, 236 Eighth Ave. W., Cal-
gary. Born Erin, Ont., Jan. 15, 1876,
son of John and Amelia Davis Munn.
Educated public schools, Coningsby,
Ont.; Ontario Agricultural College; came
to Alberta 1907; butter maker and In-
spector Provincial Government 1907-
1909; established present business 1909.
Presbyterian. Address: Calgary, Alta.

MUNBO, Alexander K. — President Vic-
toria Book & Stationery Co., Ltd., Vic-
toria. Born London, England, son of
Alexander Munro, retired chief factcr,
Hudson's Bay Co., and Jane Munro. Edu-
cated Collegiate School; private tutors.

When less than one year old was brought
around the Horn in sailing ship, to Brit-
ish Columbia. Clerk Bank of British
North America, Victoria, in which served
for sixteen years, being stationed Port-
land, Ore., and San Francisco. Resigned
position in order to acquire a partner-
ship in the Victoria Machinery Depot,
then in its infancy; started present busi-
ness 1901; Director Victoria Wharf and
Warehouse Co., Ltd.; Director Pacific
Whaling Co., Ltd.; interested in fruit
raising. Conservative; Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: 645 Michigan St., Victoria, B. C.

MVNBO, Penton — Manager, The West-
ern Agencies, Ltd., Insurance and Fi-
nancial Brokers, Willoughby & Duncan
Bldg., Regina. Born Toronto, Feb. 17,
1876, son of William Ferguson Munro.
Educated public and high schools, To-
ronto. Came to Regina, 1900. Clerk,
Dominion Government, Regina, 1902-
1906; City Treasurer, Regina, 1906-1910;
present position since 1910. Served
with 48th Highlanders, Toronto. Mar-
ried N. E. Wallace, 1907; has one son.
Society: I. O. F. Liberal; Anglican.
Address: 2076 Mclntyre St., Regina,

MUNBO, William A., B. A., B. S. A. —

Agriculturist, Superintendent Experi-
mental Station, Rosthern. Born Ches-
terville, Ont., June 22, 1874, son of John
W. and Amelia Munro. Educated Queen's
University; Ontario Agricultural Col-
lege; taught school Ontario and Alberta,
1902; District Representative Ontario,
Department of Agriculture, 1907; ap-
pointed to present oflSce 1909. Married
Margaret Jean Dean, Lansdowne, Ont.,
1907; has one son and one daughter. So-
ciety: R. A. M. Presbyterian. Address:
Rosthern, Sask.

MUNBOB, James Gilbert, M. D., C. M.

— Physician, 430^^ Main St., Winnipeg,
Man. Born Pictou, N. S., Oct. 3, 1873,
son of Hugh and Harriet (McKenzie)
Munroe. Educated Pictou Academy,
Dalhousie University. Came to Mani-
toba 1903. Visiting Physician Infectious
Disease Hospital, Winnipeg. Served as
Municipal Councillor, Shelburne, N. S.,
1901-1903; elected Alderman City of Win-
nipeg, 1910. Married Flora Mackinnon,
Shelburne, N. S., 1905; has one son. Club
and Societies: Canadian; A. F. & A. M.;
C. O. F. ; Medical. Liberal; Presbyter-
ian. Address: 341 Salter St., Winnipeg,




MUNSON, Samuel Fred. — Real Estate
Broker. Born North Branch, Mich.,
June 24, 1876, son of Almon and Jean-

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