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Events in Manitoba History: Canadian Federal Election (1904)

Link to:
Canadian Federal Election (1900) | Canadian Federal Election (1908)

The Canadian federal election of 1904 was held on 3 November. The results were as follows:

Riding

Candidate

Party

Votes

Brandon

Clifford Sifton (1861-1929)

Liberal

3,625

Robert Lorne Richardson (1860-1921)

Independent

2,804

Dauphin

Theodore Arthur Burrows (1857-1929)

Liberal

Acclaimed

Lisgar

Thomas Greenway (1838-1908)

Liberal

1,657

William Henry Sharpe (1868-1942)

Conservative

1,477

Macdonald

William Davey Staples (1868-1929)

Conservative

2,737

James Riddell (1850-1926)

Liberal

2,147

Marquette

William James Roche (1859-1937)

Conservative

2,594

Sampson Leslie Head (1850-1941)

Liberal

2,521

Portage la Prairie

John Crawford (1856-1928)

Liberal

3,048

Nathaniel Boyd (1853-1941)

Conservative

2,663

Provencher

Joseph Ernest Cyr (1854-1929)

Liberal

1,896

Alphonse Alfred Clement LaRivière (1842-1925)

Conservative

1,886

Selkirk

Samuel Jacob Jackson (1848-1942)

Liberal

2,104

W. W. Coleman

Conservative

1,607

Souris

Frederick Laurence Schaffner (1855-1935)

Conservative

3,123

George Paterson (1857-1923)

Liberal

2,603

Winnipeg

David Wesley Bole (1856-1933)

Liberal

4,308

William Sanford Evans (1869-1949)

Conservative

4,032

Arthur W. Puttee (1868-1957)

Labour

1,290

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Manitoba Members of the Tenth Canadian Parliament (1904-1908)

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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