The 1914 Manitoba Election was held on July 10th, 1914.
Conservative Party of Manitoba won the most seats in the election
July 10th, 1914
Number of Electoral Districts
Note : "Winnipeg is divided into three constituencies, each represented by two members. Voters in each constituency are issued two ballots, one for each seat. No candidate can be listed on both ballots. So, although Winnipeg voters, in effect, vote twice, the ballots are counted and the candidates delcared elected as if there were two seperate constituencies. The rural constituencies, meanwhile, retain the simple first-past-the-post system." Elections Manitoba: http://www.electionsmanitoba.ca/en/resources/History
Note : Honorable Hugh Armstrong ran in two constituencies. He won in Grand Rapids and lost in Portage La Prairie.