Membership of the League. 32 THE YPRES TIMES ROMFORD (Essex) ST. ALBANS ST. HELENS (Lanes.) SHEERNESS .i. SHREWSBURY STRATFORD-ON-AVON Mr. A. Copland, Stanmore," 17, Southern Way, London Road. Major Montague Jones, St. Alban's School. John Orford, 124, Knowsley Road. Captain Hopper Shephard, Latymer House. Major-General Sir John Headlam, Cruck Meole House, Han wood. Victor R. Morris, Bridge Cottage, Warwick Road. DOMINIONS AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. AUSTRALIA BELGIUM BUENOS AYRES CANADA CANARY ISLANDS CEYLON EGYPT INDIA IRELAND KENYA NEW ZEALAND N. NIGERIA SOUTH AFRICA SPAIN U.S.A Messrs. C. H. Green and George Lawson, Anzac House, Elizabeth Street, Brisbane, Queensland. R. A. Baldwin, c/o Government Savings Bank of N.S.W., Martin Place, Sydney. Mr. W. Cloves, Box 1296 G.P.O., Adelaide. Sister Marguerite, Sacré Coeur, Ypres. Colonel L. Aerts, 27, Rue de l'Abbaye, Bruxelles. President, British Ex-Service Club, Calle 25 de Mayo 577. Brig.-General V. W. Odium, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., 2023, Grant Street, Vancouver. V. A. Bowes, 326, 40th Avenue West, Calgary, Alberta. W. Constable F. Grece, 4095, Tupper Street, Westmount, Montreal. W. Pritchard, c/o Grand Canary Coaling Co., Ltd., Las Palmas, Grand Canary. Captain F. R. G. Webb, Madhu Road, N.P. L. B. S. Larkins, The Residency, Ramleh. Lieut. G. Smith, Queen's Bays, Sialkot, India. Sergt. A. Sutton, D Divisional Signals, Rawalpindi, Punjab, India. M. McCullagh, M.C., 18, Mountjoy Square, Dublin. Miss A. K. Jackson, Cloneyhurke House, Portarlington. Harry Shields, Survey Department, Nairobi. Corporal C. H. Slater, P.O. Box 403, Nairobi. Captain W. U. Gibb, Ava Lodge, Puhinui Road, Papatoetoe, Auckland. B. E. Beattie, Lowlands, Woodville. E. Cowles, Lochiel Road, Khandallah, Wellington. Captain Ian MacDonald, M.C., i/c Potiskum Division, Bornu, via Kano, N. Nigeria. H. L Versfeld, c/o Cape Explosives Works, Ltd., P.O. Box 2125, Cape Town. Captain P. W. Burgess, British Embassy, Madrid. Captain Henry Maslin, 942, President Street, Brooklyn, New York. L. E. P. Foot, 20, Gillett Street, Hartford, Conn., U.S.A. Captain R. Henderson-Bland, no. West 57th Street, New York City. This is open to all who served in the Salient, and to all those whose relatives or friends died there, in order that they may have a record of that service for themselves and their descendants, and belong to the comradeship of men and women who understand and remember all that Ypres meant in suffering and endurance. Life membership, £2 10s. Annual members, 5s. Do not let the fact of your not having served in the Salient deter you from joining the Ypres League. Those who have neither fought in the SaUent nor lost relatives there, but who are in sympathy with the objects of the Ypres League, are admitted to its fellowship, but are not given scroll certificates. There is a Junior Division for children whose relatives served in the Salient. It is open also to others to whom our objects appeal. Annual subscription is. up to the age of 18, after which they can become ordinary members of the League.


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