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Toronto, was horn at Richibucto, N.B., on the 16th December, 186o. He first attended a private school at Buctouche, N.B., and after-wards the Collingwood Collegiate Institute, and finally entered the Toronto University at the age of 17, taking a full course in arts and graduating in 1882 with the gold medal in philosophy. In 1885 he took the degree of LL.B. and was also called to the Bar. He first studied law in the office of McCarthy, Osier, Hoskin and Creelman, and from 1885 to 1888 practiced his profession alone in Toronto, and then became partner of the well-known firm of Blake, Lash and Cassels. Mr. Creelman is fond of amateur sport, and takes a prominent part in the management of cricket, curling, yachting, football and hockey clubs. He is deeply interested in the prosperity and advancement of his Alma Mater, is a senator of the University, (elected by the graduates of the Law Faculty), and is also clerk of Convocation of Graduates. He has a growing popularity,

and is honored with the friendship of a large number of persons, both socially

in his profession.

Samuel Gothrold


Toronto, LC.I'., L.R.C.S.,

burgh,      Edm-L. F. P. & S., Glasgow, was born on

the 18th of January, 1862, in Toronto. His ancestors were of the South of England, among them being distinguished members of the legislature and medical profession. I)r. Parker received a high education in the arts courses of the University of Toronto. In 1882 he entered the medical department of the University and graduated with honors in 1886. He then went to Europe in the further pursuit of his medical studies, and spent many months iii the hospitals of Great Britain and France, receiving the above degrees and being admitted a Fellow of the London Obstetrical Society. On his return he began practice in Toronto, where he soon acquired a large and lucrative business. Dr. Parker is a member of Jarvis Street Baptist Church, and is regarded by his many friends as possessed of rare abilities that promise distinction in future years. The doctor's social qualities, combined with his professional and scholarly attainments, have won for him a host of friends, and the number is continually on the increase.




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