with his brother. In religion Mr. Mills is a Methodist and actively engaged in church work.
ALEXANDER MILLS, brother of G. G. Mills, was born on and of January, 1856, and was married in 1888 to Minnie, daughter of the Rev. Dr. Shaw. His early years were also spent on the farm until he went to Brant-ford in 1876 and studied tinder his brother James, taking the general proficiency scholar-ship. He studied law with Mr. Fitch, of Brantford, in 1878-1882, and finished under W. A. Foster, Q.C., in Toronto, having taken two first scholarships. In 1884 he was medal-list and called to the Bar with honors. Mr. Mills began practice alone in Toronto, and afterwards entered the firm of Mills, Heighington & Urquhart, and finally, in 1889, associated with his brother George, under the style of Mills & Mills, and the firm have already established a large practice. Mr. Mills, like his brother, is engaged in mission work, and holds important offices in connection with the Metropolitan Church, Toronto.