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giate Institution, Ottawa. Lumber ex-
porting business. New York, 1880-1900.
Came to Alberta, 1904. Married Belle
Courtlandt, New York, 1884; has two
daughters. Society: A. F. & A. M. (32
degrees). Conservative; Baptist. Ad-
dress: 1948 12th St., W., Calgary, Alta.




SXNTOK, Robert — Importer and Breed-
er of Clydesdales; Vice-President, Sas-
katc-vhewan Mortgage Corporation; Di-
rector, Saskatchewan Insurance Co., Re-
gina. Born Beauharnois County, Que.,
May 17, 1854, son of William and Eliza-
beth Elliott Sinton. Educated: Public
schools. Came to Manitoba, 1878; farm-
ed in Manitoba, 1878-1882; came to Re-
gina, 1882, since when has been engaged
farming, importing and stock breeding.
First President, Saskatchewan Live
Stock Breeders* Association, 1905; Presi-

dent since foundation of Provincial Win-
ter Fair; one of the largest importers
of Clydesdales in Western Canada. Un-
successful candidate to Saskatchewan
Legislature for Regina County, 1906.
Served as Alderman, Regina, ten years.
Married Christina Campbell McEwen,
daughter of late Hugh McEwen of Scot-
land, 1897; has one son and two daugh-
ters. Recreation: Horses. Liberal; Pres-
byterian. Address: 1810 Albert St., Re-
gina, Sask.




SKEITH, Herbert J. H. — Real Estat.
and Insurance Broker. Born Cornwall.
Ont, Aug. 29, 1885, son of John and
Katherine Skeith. Educated high school,
Cornwall. Stenographer and accountant,
C. P. R., Donimion Express Co., Mont-
real; came to Alberta, 1903; with Alberta
Railway & Irrigation Co., Lethbridge,
for some time; present business since
spring of 1907. Member of Council Leth-
bridge Board of Trade; secretary, 1907-
1908. Married Charlotte Jean Duncan,
Hamilton, 1909. Club: Chinook. So-
ciety: A. F. & A. M. Recreations: all
athletic sports. Address: Lethbridge,

SKENE, William — -Assignee, Molsons
Bldg., Vancouver. Born Glasgow, Scot-
land, June 8, 1842, son of Alexander and
Isabella Skene. Educated Glasgow Acad-
emy. Came to British Columbia, 1887.
Secretary Vancouver Board of Trade;
director, Vancouver General Hospital.
Served as volunteer, 53rd Lancashire
Regiment, 1858-1863. Married Elizabeth
Binks. Societies: St. Andrew's; Cale-
donian. Address: 875 Broughton St.,
Vancouver, B. C.

SKZiriTER, Annie — Widow of Robert
J. Skinner, forestry commissioner, dep-
uty land commissioner and mining re-
corder. Born Glasgow, Scotland, daugh-
ter of Donald Graeme and Isobel Gray
Lindsay. Educated private school. South
of England. First president, Vancouver
Y. W. C. A.; holding this position for
13 years; honorary secretary Women's
Immigration and Travelers' Aid for
Women and Girls; Diocesan secretary
Girls' Friendly Society. Married Robert
J. Skinner, 1877; has one daughter, Con-
' stance A. Lindsay Skinner, magazine
and play writer of note. Anglican. Ad-
dress: The San Rafael, C5 W. 45th St.,
New York, N. Y.


SKINNEB, Thomas John Searle — Of

T. J. S. Skinner & Co., Real Estate and
Financial Brokers; director, Western
Milling Co., Ltd.; director, Calgary Nat-
ural Gas Co., Ltd. Born Paignton, Dev-
onshire, England, son of William and
Elizabeth Searle. Educated: public
schools, England; public schools. Nova
Scotia. Came to Canada, 1872. On C.
P. R. survey, 1884; president. Alberta
Investment Co., 1900; delegate to Con-
gress of Chambers of Commerce of the
Empire, London, 1906. President, Cal-
gary Board of Trade, 1911. Married
Catherine Macdonald, Winnipeg, 1887;
has two sons and two daughters. Clubs:
Ranchmen's; Alberta. Societies: A. F.
& A. M. ; I. O. F. Recreation: motoring.
Liberal; Presbyterian. Address: 1119
First St., E., Calgary, Alta.

SIiATEB, G. Ii. — Financial Agent, 1712
Scarth St., Regina. Born Canterbury,
England, Oct. 26, 1877, son of George
and Rebecca Littlewood Slater. Edu-
cated King's School, Canterbury. G. L.
S. accountant, London, prior to coming
to Canada, 1905. Served with Cape
Mounted Police, South African War,
1900 (Queen's and King's medals). Non-
commissioned officer, Royal North West
Mounted Police, Regina, 1905-1910; es-
tablished present business, 1910. Pro-
moter of Provincial cricket in West; or-
ganized and captained first Saskatche-
wan team to play Manitoba at Winnipeg,
1908 and 1909; brother of P. H. Slater
who played for Surrey County eleven.
Anglican. Address: Regina, Sask.



SJmOATSI, WUliam — Capitalist, presi-
dent, Lome Amalgamated Mining Co.,
Nanaimo. Born Wingham, Ont., Sept.
10, 1867, son of Dr. R. J. and Elizabeth
Sloan. Educated: public schools; Col-
lege Institute, Seaforth, Ont. Two years
in H. M. S. customs service, Shanghai,
China. Came to Victoria, B. C, 1887;
afterwards, Vancouver; subsequently,
Nanaimo and engaged in dry goods busi-
ness under Arm name of Sloan & Scott.
Unsuccessful candidate, House of Com-
mons, for Islands, 1900; elected for Co-
mox-Atlin, 1904; re-elected, 1908, but re-
signed, favor of Hon. William Temple-
man. Treasurer, British Columbia Lib-
eral Association, three years; Liberal or-
ganizer for Vancouver Island. One of
original discoverers of gold, Eldorado
Creek, T. T. Married Flora McGregor
Glaholm, Nanaimo; has one son. Club:
Rideau (Ottowa) ; Union (Victoria) ; Ter-
minal City (Vancouver). Recreations:
Ashing, big game hunting, motoring. Ad-
dress: Stewart Ave., Nanaimo, B. C.


SI^VE, Ralph — Of Standard Securities
Co., Real Estate and Investment Brok-
ers, Lethbridge. Born Des Moines, Iowa,
Dec. 12, 1878, son of James and Flor-
ence Slye. Educated Harvard Univer-
sity. Mining Engineer, Nevada, 1900-
1902; general land agent, British Co-
lumbia, 1902-1903. Came to Alberta,
1909. Member Lethbridge Board of
Trade. Club: Chinook. Recreations:
golf and outdoor sports. Anglican. Ad-
dress: Lethbridgie, Alta.







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SMART, J, E. — Real Estate and In-
vestment Broker. Born Sarnia, Ont.,
Sept. 12, 1876, son of B. B. and Margaret
Poole Smart. Educated high school, Sar-
nia. Came to British Columbia, 1900; law
student, Langley & Martin, Victoria,
1900-1902. Mercantile business, Vic-
toria, 1902-1905; manager. Provincial Ex-
hibition, 1905-1909; present business
since 1909. Married Nellie Sowrey,
jueeds, Yorkshire, England, 1902; has one
son. Club: Pacific. Societies: A. P. &
A. M. ; St. Andrew's No. 49. Recreation:
motoring. Conservative; Presbyterian.
Address: "The Oakes," Oak Bay Ave.,
Victoria, B. C.

SMART, James — Chief of Fire Depart-
ment, Calgary. Born Arbroath, Scot-
land, July 12, 1865, son of James and
Isabella Smart. Educated Dundee, Scot-
land. Shiprigger; later carpenter, Dun-
dee, 1878. Came to Alberta, 1883; build-
ing inspector for some time; present of-
fice since 1898. Married Agnes Leish-
man, Calgary; has one son and one
daughter. Societies: A. F. & A. M.; I.
O. O. F. Recreations: shooting, fishing,
general sports. Address: Calgary, Alta.

SMEXiZ^Ii:, Thomas Stuart Traill, M.
A., M. D., C. M., I. R. C. P. S. (Edin.),
(M. C. P. 85 S., Ontario, Quebec and Mau-
itoha), M. L. A. — Physician and general
merchant. Born Fergus, Ont, Feb. 13,
1849, son of Margaret and Rev. George
Smellie, D. D. Educated: Toronto, Uni-
versity; McGill University. Unsuccess-
ful candidate against D. C. Cameron, Rat
Portage, Ont, general elections, 1902;
first elected to Ontario Legislature, rep-
resenting Fort William, 1905; re-elected,
1908. Married Janet Eleanor Lawrie,
Port Dalhousie, Ont, 1879. Conservative;
Protestant. Address: Fort William, Ont.



SMITH, Alexander. — Merchant (re-
tired). Born Island Islay, Scotland, Jan.
16, 1851, son of Archibald and Janet
Smith. Came from Scotland with his
parents, 1853, to Ontario, and settled
Erin Township, Wellington County;
clerk general store, Mimosa, Ont., 1869-
1873; partnership with E. Barwick &
Co., Shelburne, Ont., 1873-1907. Came
to Saskatoon, 1907, bought an interest
in the Saskatchewan Piano & Organ Co.;
made general manager; retired, 1909.
Councillor, Shelburne, 1899-1907; School
Trustee and Chairman School Board,
Shelburne, 1895-1905; Alderman, Saska-
toon, 1908, 1910, 1911; secretary of Board
of governors. Saskatoon City Hospital;
director and chairman of finance commit-
tee. Central Saskatchewan Fair Asso-
ciation; president. Social and Moral Re-
form League and Children's Aid, Saska-
toon. Married Elizabeth Sutherland, To-
ronto, Ont., 1889; has two sons and one
daughter. Recreation: baseball. Liberal;
Presbyterian. Address: Broadway, Sas-
katoon, Sask.

SMITH, Alexander — Of Smith Bros. &
Wilson, Contractors and Builders, 540
Eighth St., S., Lethbridge; director;,
Coleman Mercantile Co., Coleman. Born
Grey County, Ont., June 3, 1865, son of
Donald D. and Catherine Smith. Edu-
cated public schools, Grey County. Car-
penter's apprentice, LaMay & Son, C.
P. R. construction, 1881-1882; builder,
Duluth, Minn., 1882-1902; contractor.
Smith Bros., Greenwood, B. C, 1902-
1905; present business started, 1905.
Married Mabel Augusta Phillips, Castile,
N. Y., 1895; has four daughters. So-
cieties: A. F. & A. M.; Y. M. C. A. Rec-
reations: hunting, fishing. Conservative;
Presbyterian. Address: 536 Eighth St.,
S., Lethbridge Alta.

BBRTS, Alvln John — Of Andrew
Smith & Co., Real Estate Brokers, 128
20th St., E., Saskatoon; Business Man-
ager, Coronation Park Co., Victoria Park
Co. and University Gardens Co. Born


Campbellcroft, Ont., Dec. 13, 1886, son
of Andrew and Sarah Jane Lynis Smith.
Educated high school. Port Hope; To-
ronto University and Trinity University,
Toronto. With Northern Elevator Co.,
Winnipeg, 1909; studied law with Bor-
land & Mclntyre, Saskatoon, 1910; en-
gaged in present business since 1911.
Recreations: athletic sports. Conserva-
tive; Presbyterian. Address: Broadway,
Saskatoon, Sask.


SMITH, Andrew — Of Andrew Smith &
Co., Real Estate Brokers, 128 20th St.,
E., Saskatoon; Manager, Coronation
Park Co.; Manager, Victoria Park Co.;
Manager, University Gardens Co. Born



Kendall, Ont., Oct. 8, 1863, son of
Thomas and Ellen Smith. Educated
Kendall. General merchant, Campbell-
croft, Ont., 1884-1909. Came to Saska-
toon and engaged In present business,
1910. Married Sarah Jane Lynis, daugh-
ter of John Lynis,, Garden Hill, Ont.;
has one son and one daughter. Societies:

A. F. & A. M.; I. O. O. P.; A. A. O. N.
M. S. Rameses Temple. Conservative;
Presbyterian. Address: Broadway, Sas-
katoon, Sask.

SMITH, Angus, C. E. — City Engineer,
North Vancouver. Born Kent County,
Ont., Aug. 31, 1868, son of Donald and
Margaret Smith. Educated School of
Practical Science, Toronto, Ont. Civil
engineer and surveyor, Ridgetown, Ont.,
1894; city engineer, Stratford, Ont., 1900-
1906; city engineer, Regina, Sask., 1906-
1910; city engineer, Victoria, 1910-1912;
appointed to present office, 1912. Mar-
ried Jessie Hayes Panton, Stratford,
1902; has two sons. Recreation: motor-
ing. Address: North Vancouver, B. C.

SMITH, Archibald Erskiue — President
and general manager, Redcliffe mine;
president, Vancouver Mining Exchange.
Born Tasmania, May 1, 1867, son of
Daniel and Annie Smith. Educated gram-
mar schools, Australia. Came to Brit-
ish Columbia, 1896. Mining, Rossland,

B. C, 1896; Dawson City, 1898; Sump-
ter. Ore., 1899; South Africa, 1903. Es-
tablished present business, Vancouver,
1908. Married Laura Evans, Portland,
Ore., 1901; has three sons. Recreations:
shooting, fishing. Conservative; Pres-
byterian. Address: Marine Drive, Van-
couver, B. C.

SMITH, Arthur aordon, B. A. — ^District
Registrar of Titles, Land Registry Of-
fice, Vancouver. Born Cape Town, May
15, 1865, son of Marcus and Anne Smith.
Educated Upper Canada College; Toron-
to University. Called to bar, Osgoode
Hall, Toronto, 1890. Came to British
Columbia, 1891, called to the bar of Brit-
ish Columbia, 1891; Yukon Territory,
1898. Deputy Attorney General for Brit-
ish Columbia, 1892-1898. Served with
Queen's Own Rifles during the North-
west Rebellion, 1885. Married Verna
Adelaide Heisterman, Victoria, 1902; has
one son and three daughters. Clubs:
Vancouver; Jericho Country Club; Union
(Victoria). Address: 774 Second Ave.,
W., Vancouver, B. C.

SMITH, A. S. M. It. A.— Hardware
merchant. Born at sea off the Banks of
Newfoundland, Aug. 24, 1868, son of A.
S. Smith. Educated St. Mary's, Ont.
Unsuccessful candidate Saskatchewan
Legislature, 1905; elected for Moosomin,
1908. Married Kate R. Ross, 1892; has
five children. Presbyterian; Liberal. Ad-
dress: Moosomin, Sask.

SMITH, Bedford H. — Collector of cus-
toms, Nanaimo. Born Blissville, N. B.,
June 1, 1849, son of Daniel and Phoebe
Smith. Educated University of New
Brunswick. Principal of Sunbury gram-
mar school, 1875. Came to British Co-
lumbia, 1877. Married Mary L. Elford,
Nanaimo; has two sons and one daugh-
ter. Cluis: Nanaimo. Society: A. O. U.
W. Address: Front St., Nanaimo, B. C.


SMITH, David Andrew — Of D. A.

Smith & Co., Real Estate and Financial
Brokers, 131 Eighth Ave., W., Calgary.
Born Harvey, N. B., Nov. 28, 1881, son
of William and Jane Smith. Educated
public schools. New Brunswick. Clerk
in his father's store, Harvey, 1897-1903;
came to Alberta, 1903; warehouse busi-
ness, Edmonton, Alta, 1904-1905; on sur-
vey, C. P. R., 1905-1906; established
present business, 1910. Conservative;
Presbyterian. Address: 232 Twelfth
Ave., E., Calgary, Alta.

SMITH, David Angrus — Of D. A. Smith,
Ltd., Furniture Dealers, 935 Granville
St., Vancouver. Born County Bruce,
Ont, Feb. 22, 1868, son of Malcolm and
Elizabeth Smith. Educated: public
schools, County Bruce; high school Win-
nipeg. Came to British Columbia, 1888.
Clerk, Hudson's Bay Co., Vancouver,
1891-1906; partner. Smith Bros., 1888-
1891. Married Anna L. Masters, 1905;
has one daughter. Club: Terminal City.
Society: A. P. & A. M. Recreation: la-
crosse. Presbyterian. Address: First and
Mahon Sts., North Vancouver, B. C.




SMITH, Henry Y. — Real Estate and
Financial Agent, Walter Scott Bldg.,
Moose Jaw; Director, Executors and Ad-
ministrators Trust Co., Ltd.; Director,
Saskatchewan Creamery Co., Ltd. Born
Melbourne, Yorkshire, England, March 20,
1871, son of Henry and Harriet Ann
Smith. Educated public schools, Mel-
bourne and Clarence, Ont. Came to Can-
ada, 1882. Instructor of dairy science,
Ontario Government, Strathroy, Ont.,
1896-1899; proprietor, Kensington Cream-

ery, Woodstock, Ont., 18 99-1900; mana-
ger, stock and shipping department. City
Dairy, Toronto, 1900-1902. Came to Sas-
katchewan, 1902. Building and contract-
ing business. Moose Jaw, 1902-1904; es-
tablished present business, 1904. Alder-
man, Moose Jaw, 1912. Married Ger-
trude Elizabeth McPherson, 1908; has
one son. Recreations: motoring, shoot-
ing, travel. Liberal; Methodist. Ad-
dress: 132 Main St., Moose Jaw, Sask.



SMITH, Prank F., D. D. S. — ^Dentist.
Born Port Rowan, Norfolk County, Ont.,
April 29, 1878, son of James William
and Anna Smith. Educated: business
college, Port Huron, Mich.; Marquette
University (dental department), Mil-
waukee. Came to British Columbia,
1901. President, British Columbia Den-
tal Conucil Ave years. Married Orpha
Louise Hamlin, 1905; has two sons.
Clubs: Westminster; Westminster Gun.
Societies: A. F. & A. M.; Mystic Shriner;
A. O. U. W.; Delta Sigma Delta. Rec-
reations: shooting. Ashing. Anglican.
Address: 36 Leopold Place, New West-
minster, B. C.

SMITH, G-eorg-e Feter, M. I^. A. — Jour-
nalist, of the Camrose Publishing Co.,
Ltd., publishers of "The Camrose Ca,n-
adian," "The Strome Despatch," Cam-
rose. Born Lieury, McGillivray Town-
ship, Middlesex County, Ont., Aug. 26,
1873, son of Peter and Hannah Smith.
Educated: College Institute, Model
School, Strathroy, and Normal School,
Toronto (prize for oratory, Strathroy
College Institute, and Toronto Normal
School); Prince of Wales gold medalist,
Toronto Normal, 1898. Taught school,
Middlesex County and Toronto; came to
Alberta, 1901; general merchant, Du-
hamel, 1901; Camrose, Alta, 1906; Hon.
President, Camrose Agricultural So-
ciety. Served as Councillor, Cam-
rose. 1907. Elected to Alberta Leg-
islature, representing Camrose, 1909.
Married Jean Gunn, Toronto, 1906 (de-
ceased, 1907); has one son. Club: Can-
adian (president) ; Camrose. Recrea-
tion: travel. Liberal; Presbyterian. Ad-
dress: Camrose, Alta.

SMITH, Henry Badeley, C. E., B. C.

Im. S. — Civil Engineer, 518 Hastings St.,
W., Vancouver. Born Melrose, Scotland,
July 26, 1850, son of Rev. James and
Agnes Roberts Smith. Educated Aber-
deen and London, England. Came to
Canada, 1872. Engineer, C. P. R., 1872;
engaged on construction work, C. P. R.,
1880-1885; construction Vancouver wa-
ter works system, 1886-1890; private
practice as member of Arm Keefer &
Smith, Victoria, 1890-1896; Rossland,
1896-1901. Conservative; Presbyterian.
Address: Hotel Metropole, Vancouver,
B. C.

SMITH, Howell — Of Smith Bros., Real
Estate and Financial Brokers, Regina.
Born Barrie, Ont., June 30, 1880, son of
Newton and Caroline Smith. Educated
public and high schools, Ontario. En-
gaged in mercantile business, Toronto,
until 1898. Served with Royal Cana-
dian Dragoons, special Aeld force; sar-
geant. South African Constabulary,
South African War, 1899-1901. Came to
Regina and established present business.


1905. Married Jennie McLeod, Sintaluta,
Sask.; has one son. Independent; Pres-
byterian. Address: 2340 Cornwall St.,
Regina, Sask.

SMITH, Iieslie John, B. So. — Professor
of Mechanics and Engineering, Manitoba
Agricultural College, Winnipeg. Born
Pitoskey, Mich., May 25, 1881, son of
Jasper B. and Jane Pierie Smith. Edu-
cated: high school Pitoskey; Michigan
State Agricultural and Mechanical Col-
lege. Machinist, Burnett Foundry &
Machine Works, Pitoskey, 1899-1902;
machinist, National Cash Register Co.,
Dayton, Ohio, 1903; started department
of farm mechanics, Michigan Agricul-
tural and Mechanical College, Lansing,
1906-1909; present appointment, 1909.
Married Shirley P. Pierce, 1908; has one
son. Societies: A. P. & A. M.; K. O. T.
M. Recreation: baseball. Independent;
Methodist. Address: 322 Simcoe St.,
Winnipeg, Man.

SMITH, Balpli, ex-M. F. — Born New-
castle-on-Tyne, Northumberland, Eng-
land, Aug. 8, 1858, son of Robert and
Margaret Smith. Educated Newcastle
and district schools. Mined, Newcastle,
1869. Came to British Columbia, 1892;
agent for Coal Miners' Association of
British Columbia, 1895. president of
Trades and Labor Congress of Canada,
Ave years; was associated with G. Fen-
wick, M. P., John Wilson, M. P., T. Burt,
M. P., and other Labor Liberals. Prom-
inent with co-operative societies; dele-
gate to Glasgow Congress. Member
British Columbia Legislature, for Nanai-
mo, 1898 pnd 1900. Resigned his seat



In the Provincial Legislature, 1900, to
run for the Dominion Parliament, and
was elected. Re-elected, 1904 and 1908.
Married Mary Ellen Spear, Newcastle-on-
Tyne, England, 1883; has four sons and
one daughter. Clubs: Nanaimo; Ter-
minal City, Vancouver. Recreations:
cricket, baseball. Address: Milton St.,
Nanaimo, B. C.

SMITH, Ricliard Andrew, B. A., JmJm. B.

— Barrister. Born Blackley, Manchester,
England, March 12, 1877, son of Rich-
ard and Alice Wilson Smith. Educated:
Manchester grammar school; Victoria
University; admitted as solicitor, Eng-
land, 1901; practiced, Manchester, 1901-
1908; came to Alberta, 1908; called to
Alberta bar, 1910. Served 2nd V. B. M.,
as private, Manchester, 1898-1907; or-
ganized Owens College Company Regi-
ment. Clubs: Overseas; Islanders. So-
cieties: A. F. & A. M.; S. O. E.; W. O.
W. Recreations: fishing, shooting. Con-
servative; Anglican. Address: Leth-
bridge, Alta.

SMITH, &obert Henry, M. B. — Physi-
cian and Surgeon. Born Lincoln Coun-
ty, Ont, Feb. 6, 1871, son of William D.
and Sarah M. Smith. Educated College
Institute St. Catharines, Ont.; Toronto
University. Taught school, Lincoln
County, Ont, 1889-1894; University stu-
dent, 1894-1898; post graduate work,
London, England, 1898-1899; practiced
St. Catharines, Ont, 1899-1904; moved to
Saskatchewan, 1904. Secretary Wey-
burn Hospital Association; Councillor,
Weyburn, 1907-1909; Mayor Weyburn,
1910; especially interested establishing
ownership of waterworks, electric light
system, sewers. Served as Surgeon,
Lieutenant Seventh Field Battery, R. C.
F. A., St. Catharines, Ont, 1903-1904.
Married Gertrude A. Corbin, St. Cath-
arines, 1899; has two daughters. So-
ciety: (P. G.) I. O. O. F. Recreations:
Music (vocal and conducting choruses).
Conservative; Methodist. Address: Wey-
burn, Sask.

SMITH, Samuel Hardman. — President
Western Realty Co., Ltd., 257 Jasper
Ave. E., Edmonton. Vice-President
Western Clays, Ltd.; Director Great
Western Garments, Ltd. Born Hether-
sett, Norfolk, England, June 22, 1868,
son of James and Sarah Smith. Edu-
cated high pchool, Lemars, Iowa. Farmed
lowa, 1889; came to Canada 1897; Al-
berta, 1901; established present business
Edmonton, 1901. Third Vice-President
Edmonton Board of Trade; Vice-Presi-
dent United Aids. Served as Alderman
Edmonton, 1906-1907. Married Florence
White; Nottihghaih, Englanfl, 1907. Club:


Edmonton. Societies: A. F. & A. M. ;
St. George's. Recreations: Hunting, fish-
ing. Liberal; Protestant. Address: 514
McDougall Ave., Edmonton, Alta.


SMITH, Sidney Thomas — Smith, Mur-
phy & Co., Grain Merchants, Winnipeg.
Born London, Ont, Nov. 12, 1878. Es-
tablished present business, 1902; member
Winnipeg Grain Exchange. Clubs: Carle-
ton; St Charles Country. Protestant.
Address: Armstrong's Point, Winnipeg,

SMITH, Thomas Knlg-ht — Lumber

Manufacturer. Born Renfrew, Ont,
March 16, 1872, son of Archibald and
Mary Smith. Educated, public school.
Renfrew. Partner, Knight & Smith, lum-



ber manufacturers. Fort Chute, 1896-
1901; established present business, 1902.
Married Maud McKillop, Beachburg,
Ont., 1905. Club: Armstrong. Society:
A. F. & A. M. Recreation: shooting.
Conservative; Presbyterian. Address:
Armstrong, B. C,

SMITH, Thomas Bo'bert, J. V. — Hud-
son's Bay Co. Officer (retired). Born
England. Assistant Secretary Hudson's
Bay Co., London, England; came to Brit-
ish Columbia 1885, as Assistant Com-
missioner of Hudson's Bay Co., in charge
of the company's affairs in British Col-
umbia; resigned 1891 to join firm of
Robert Ward & Co., Ltd., shipping, in-
surance and financial agents, Victoria;
retiring 1909. Appointed Belgian Con-
sul 1891, his Majesty the King of the
Belgians, conferring upon him the or-
der of Leopold, with title of Chevalier,
1907. Married Florence Harriet King,
daughter of late Capt. Edward Ham-
mond King of H. M. 98th Regiment 1891;
has two sons and two daughters. Rec-
reation: Music. Address: "Ethewold,"
Cook and Richardson Sts., Victoria, B. C.

SBXITa, Vemor W. — Paymaster for
Foley, Welch & Stewart, Contractors,
Prince Rupert. Born Prince Edward
Island, May 6, 1864, son of John and
Amelia Smith. Educated public and
grammar schools, Prince Edward Island.
Farmed Minnesota 1883. Came to Brit-
ish Columbia 1885. Director of British
Trust of Western Canada; Director
Prince Rupert Savings & Trust Co.;
President Prince Rupert Theatre Co.;
Alderman Prince Rupert, 1910; traveling,
teaching school, keeping books and rail-
road work. Married Anna Katherine
Taeger, Spokane, 1896; has one son.
President Prince Rupert Club. Societies:
K. T.; Shriner; I. O. O. F.; Elks. Rec-
reations: Fishing, shooting. Address:
Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.

SMITH, William l>xinica.n, M. D., C. M.

— Surgeon, 52 Heimink Block, Edmon-
ton. Born Plantagenet, Ont., Oct. 22,
1863, son of Harry and Isabella McMar-
tin Smith. Educated public schools,
Plantagenet and Martintown, Ont.; Mc-
Gill University. House Surgeon, Mont-
real General Hospital, 1890-1891; prac-
ticed Richmond, Que., 1891-1892; Sher-
brooke. Que., 1892-1893; came to Alberta

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