tors. He was married in 1870 to Clara A. Worts, daughter of J. G. Worts, of the widely known firm of Gooderham
Worts, distillers, Toronto. As a resident of Toronto, he is an important acquisition to the mercantile and social life of the city, and in his own sphere less obtrusive perhaps than that of many others, has aided in its progress. Such sterling, straightforward business men, found at the head of so many of our monetary institutions, have given Canada a reputation for integrity and solidity above that of many other countries. That their number may never grow less is to be devoutly wished.