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ARTHUR JAMES HUSBAND, L.D.S., _1   Toronto, was born on the 22nd of

June, 1864. His father is G. H. Husband, L.D.S., Newtonbrook, Out., and his mother's maiden name Ellen McBride. He was educated in the public and high schools of Richmond Hill, and afterwards, in 188o, began the study of dentistry in the office of R. J. Zimmerman, Barrie. In 1883 he entered the Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and graduated in 1884, but, on account of his youth, he was not permitted to practice until 1885, when he received his diploma. In 1884 he went to the State of Michigan, and afterwards practiced consecutively in Michigan, Kansas and Colorado. In 1890 he returned to Canada and established himself in Toronto, where he has succeeded already in building up a very large and most lucrative business. In religion Dr. Husband is a Methodist and a member of Queen Street Church, and in politics belongs to the Reform party. He was married in July, 1888, to Elizabeth Henry, daughter of Samuel Henry, of the State of Illinois, U.S.A.


rister, Toronto, was born at Whitby,

Ont., on the loth of October, 1865. His father was the late John Richmond Roche, MLA., Professor of Mathematics in Newton University, Baltimore, Md. He is descended from the oldest Norman-Irish family, Sir Richard de la Roche having been one of Strongbow's invading army Mr. Roche was educated by private tuition, and afterwards at the Toronto Collegiate Institute, Trinity and University Colleges. He graduated in 1886 in Toronto University, taking honors in natural science, and obtained the degree of M.A. the following year. During his course he was first-class honor man and prize man. He studied law with Maclaren, Macdonald, Merritt & Shepley, Toronto, and was admitted a solicitor and called to the Bar in 1889. His practice is exclusively confined to mercantile law, in which he holds a foremost place. In religion, Mr. Roche is an Episcopalian, and in politics a Liberal-Conservative. He holds a commission as captain in the 34th Ontario Battalion of Infantry.


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