For Sale is a Full Page taken from "The Sphere," June 5th 1915, called "The Roll of Honour," showing the following Portraits with Descriptive Text of Officers who have lost their lives in the Service of their Country, Either in action, from Wounds, or other causes directly incidental to the Great War.
1- Captain M.A. Fitzroy. - 4th Seaforth Highlanders. Aged 19. He obtained his Commission in Sept, and Captaincy in March.
2- Captain C.E.W. Bland, D.S.O. - K.O.S.B. Aged 33 years. He saw much Service during the South African War in 1900-2.
3- Captain T.H.O. Crawley. - 4th Worcestershire Regiment. Aged 30. He entered the Army in 1906 becoming Captain in March Last.
4- Captain G.D.Mathew. - 2nd Gurkha Rifles. He obtained his first Commission in Jan 1901, and became Captain in Jan 1911.
5- Captain S.H.F. Muriel. - 1st Border Regiment. Aged 37. He served during the S. African War, being mentioned in despatches.
6- 2nd Lieutenant D.E. Hooper. - 2nd East Lancashire Regiment. He obtained his Commission in the Regiment as 2nd Lieutenant in October 1914.
7- Lieutenant T.H. Daw. - East Lancaster Regiment. Aged 23. Mentioned in Despatches in Jan. When he was Wounded.
8- 2nd Lieutenant W.L. Palmer. 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment. Aged 25 years. He was Gazetted in September 1914.
9- Lieutenant W.M. West. - 1st Cambridgeshire Regiment. Aged 19 years. He Received his Commission in March 1914.
10- Lieutenant V.H. Hardy. - 1st York and Lancaster Regiment. The Youngest Son of the Late Captain Hardy and of Mrs. Nightingale of Sandown.
11- Lieutenant H. Bertram Price. London Rifle Brigade. Aged 24 years. At the time of his Death he was in Command of a Company.
12- Lieutenant-Colonel A.P.D. Birchall. - 4th Battalion Canadian Contingent. Aged 38 years. He Served during the South African War ; and in 1910 was seconded for Service with the Royal Canadian Regiment.
13- 2nd Lieutenant A.J.L. Knight-Bruce. - Royal Field Artillery. He received his Commission in July last. He was the only surviving Son of Major J.C.L. Knight-Bruce of Iden Grange, Staplehurst, at present Commanding the Base Depot, 28th Division, at Rouen.
14- Lieutenant P.W. Bradley. - 3rd Royal West Kent Regiment. Aged 27 years. The Son of Brigadier-General C.E. Bradley, C.B., interned as a Prisoner-of-War in Germany.
15 Lieutenant T.W. Wilson. - 6th Liverpool Regiment. Aged 24 years. He became Lieutenant in March 1911. He was the Youngest Son of Colonel G.A. Wilson. V.D., Commanding the 2/6th (Rifle) Battalion Liverpool Regiment, and Mrs. Wilson.
16- Major G.F. Muller. - R.M.L.I. Aged 38 years. He became a 2nd Lieutenant in 1894, attaining the Rank of Major in 1913. He was the only Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Muller of Eltham, Kent.
17- 2nd Lieutenant E.H. Coleman. - 2nd Royal Irish Fusiliers,. Aged 23. He recieved his Commission in December Last.
18- Lieutenant T.L. Loder-Symonds. - Scottish Rifles. Two of his Brothers have been Killed and another taken Prisoner.
19- 2nd Lieutenant E.J. Darton. Royal Engineers. Aged 21. He Died attempting to save one of his men at Colchester.
20- 2nd Lieutenant I.F.R. Miller. - Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. He was mentioned in Despatches, being Gazetted from the Militia to the Regulars.