For Sale is a Full Page removed from "The Graphic," January 1st, 1916, called "The Roll of Honour,"showing the Following Portraits for British Officers who have Fallen in the War. a- 2nd Lieut. F. D. Adamson 2nd Border Regiment. Son of the Rector of Houghton-le-Spring. He fell in France, November 16. b- Lieut. Gerald W. West 2nd Royal Sussex Regiment. He was killed in the advance at Loos, September 25. c- Capt. Geo. De B. Purves Royal Scots Fusiliers. Died in Cologne on nOvember 8, of Wounds received in France, September 27. d- 2nd Lieut. B. Mitford Cust 10th Yorkshire Regt. Son of Lt.- Col. Mitford Cust, of Danby Hall, North Allerton. Killed in France, November 9. e- 2nd Lieut. W. S. B. Parry D Battery. 53 rd Brigade, R. F. A. Killed near Ypres. Nov. 23,. Eldest Son of Mr. W. H. Parry, of Hendon. f- Lieut. K. G. H. Ford Machine-gun Officer, 11th Cheshires Killed in France, December 1. Son of Archdeacon Ford. g- 2nd Lieut. F. N. Andrews 15th Royal Irish Rifles. Died in hospital in France. October 11. Son of the Vicar of Trysull, near Wolverhampton. h- Capt. J. P. Blane 8th King's Royal Rifle Corps. Died of wounds in Belgium. November 23, His brother was killed a year ago. i- Lieut. A. F. Bell 4th South Wales Borderers. Killed in the Dardanelles. He originally enlisted in the L. R. B. as a Private. j- 2nd Lieut. A. F. Graham R. G. A. Only son of Mr. Archibald Graham, of Oxford. He fell in France, November 11. k- 2nd Lieut. F. W. Halsey R. G. A. Killed in France November 15. Obtained his Commission last January. Aged 21 Years. l- 2nd Lieut. Norris Rippon 5th Duke of Wellington's Regiment. He was Killed in France, His brother is in the same battalion. m- Capt. Francis Bowring 22nd Punjabis. Son of the Late Mr. Lewis B. Bowring. C. S. I., of Torquay. Killed on Mesopotamia, Nov. 22-24. n- Capt. A. D. L. Campbell 15th Durham L.I. Son of the Late Mr. John Beverkey Campbell. of Lerags, Oban. He was Killed November 18. o- Capt. L. N. A. Mackinnon Coldstream Guards (attached M. I. Negerian Regt.) Killed in the Cameroons. Nov. 6. Son of lt.-Col. L. D. Mackinnon. p- Capt. H. Evans Hall 2nd Norfolk Regiment. Killed in Mesopotamia, Nov. 22-24. Youngest son of Mr. F. E. Hall, of Redbourn. q- 2nd Lt. J. Balfour-Melville 3rd Black Watch. Killed in action, September 25. An accountant by profession, and an ardent sportsman. r- Major R. C. Smythe R. G. A. Died of wounds received in France, November 2. A son of Captain W. W. Smythe, R.N. s- 2nd Lieut. W. Murray Porritt 3rd South Lancashire Regiment, attached 1st Loyal North Lancs. Regt. Fell at Loos, aged 21. t- 2nd Lt. E. H. Scott-Smith Royal Engineers. He died on October 29, of dysentry contracted at the Dardanelles. u- 2nd Lieut. J. D. Tomblin Motor Machine Service. Died in France, November 13, from wounds received in action. v- 2nd Lieut. C. B. Grundy 1st Middlesex Regiment. He returned from Buenos Aires to don khaki. Died of wounds, Nov. 16.