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first Bishop of Qu'Appelle, 1888. Worked in various parishes in Diocese of Qu'Appe1le. Appointed Warden of St. Chad's College by Bishop Grisdale, 1909. Archdeacon of Regina, 1909. Dean of Qu' Appelle by Bishop Harding, 1922. Assistant Secretary and Registrar, Member of General Synod since 1905. Principal Synod of Rupertsland since 1893. Deputy Procurator, 1920. Address, St. Chad's College, Regina, Sask.

 

 

 

OALDER: Hon. James Alexander, B.A., LL.D., Senator. Born Sept. 17th, 1868, Oxford County, Ont., son of James Calder and Johanna McKay, - both born in Scotland. Family removed to Ingersoll, Ont.; to Winnipeg, 1882. Father died in 1882 and mother still living. Educated Ingersoll public schools until 1882~, and public and high schools, Winnipeg (1882-85); Manitoba College (1885-88; honour graduate in science, Manitoba College, 1888 (Silver Medallist). Called to the bar, North-west Territories, 1906; not practising. Principal Moose Jaw High School, 1891-94. Inspector Schools, North-west Territories, 1894-1900. Deputy Commissioner North-west Territories, 1901-05. Elected to the Saskatchewan Assembly at first general election, 1905; upon the formation of the Scott ministry 1905, was appointed Provincial Treasurer and Commissioner of Education, later Minister of Railways and Highways. In the general election of 1908 was defeated in the Milestone division, but at a bye-election, December 7th, was elected for Saltcoats by an overwhelming majority. Re-elected for Saltcoats, general election, 1912 and 1917. Was honoured by Toronto University with the degree of LL.D. Upon the retirement of Premier Scott, in Oct., 1916, was offered the Premiership of Saskatchewan, but declined. Accepted the portfolio of Minister of Immigration and Colonization in the Union Government, on its formation in 1917, and was elected for the Moose Jaw constituency in the ensuing general election of December, 1917. Resigned portfolio in Saskatchewan Government on entry in

 

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