Henri Dumas (1877-1960), born in France, lived in Canada from 1904 to 1914. In 1904, he arrived in Winnipeg or Edmonton and became a cowboy. Working for the Revillons Freres fur company, he served on an expedition to Great Slave Lake. In 1907-1909, he was cutting wood fnear Edmonton, and eventually bought a ranch (Arifat Ranch) near Calgary. Around 1911 or 1912, he moved to North Vancouver, B.C., where he ran a carriage service that took sightseers to Capilano Canyon. (This business appears to have the B.C. Livery Feed and Sale Stable.) In 1914, he returned to France and was mobilized in Lyon.