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Events in Manitoba History: Canadian Federal Election (1911)

Link to:
Canadian Federal Election (1908) | Canadian Federal Election (1917)

The Canadian federal election of 1911 was held on 21 September. The results were as follows:

Riding

Candidate

Party

Votes

Brandon

James Albert Manning Aikins (1851-1929)

Conservative

4,436

Alfred Edward Hill (1859-1953)

Liberal

3,570

Dauphin

Robert Cruise (1868-1932)

Liberal

3,674

Glenlyon Archibald Campbell (1863-1917)

Conservative

2,926

Lisgar

William Henry Sharpe (1868-1942)

Conservative

1,692

John Franklin Greenway (1865-1930)

Liberal

1,672

Macdonald

William Davey Staples (1868-1929)

Conservative

2,956

James Smith Woods

Liberal

2,795

Marquette

William James Roche (1859-1937)

Conservative

3,409

George Allison Grierson (1867-1931)

Liberal

3,283

Portage la Prairie

Arthur Meighen (1874-1960)

Conservative

3,267

Robert Paterson

Liberal

2,592

Provencher

John Patrick Molloy (1873-1948)

Liberal

3,049

Joseph Alfred Fereol Bleau (1856-1923)

Conservative

2,668

Selkirk

George Henry Bradbury (1859-1925)

Conservative

3,098

Albert Ryerson Bredin (1868-1956)

Liberal

3,011

Wasil Holowacky

Independent

234

Souris

Frederick Laurence Schaffner (1855-1935)

Conservative

3,150

Archibald McIntyre Campbell (1851-?)

Liberal

3,086

Winnipeg

Alexander Haggart (1848-1927)

Conservative

12,754

James Henry Ashdown (1844-1924)

Liberal

8,049

Richard Arthur “Dickie” Rigg (1872-1964)

Socialist

2,325

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Manitoba Members of the Twelfth Canadian Parliament (1911-1917)

Sources:

History of Federal Ridings Since 1867, Parliament of Canada.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Profile revised: 22 October 2017

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