The Intelligencer June 21, 1917 (page 2)
“Wounded In Action. Now At Shorncliffe. Lieut. J. N. Alford is now in hospital at Shorncliffe suffering from wounds. He is a McGill University graduate and prior to enlistment was with the Toronto Electric Light Co. He enrolled as a private in the Eaton Machine Gun Battery, and went overseas in June, 1915.
He served for two months in the trenches, and was then given a commission. He was wounded a year ago. His is 29 years of age, and a native of Belleville.”
The Intelligencer June 21, 1917 (page 6)
“Men Who Can Cook can earn $1.50 a day ($45.00 a month) with free food, free lodgings and free uniform, with a separation allowance of $25.00 a month to dependents by serving in the Canadian Naval Patrol. It’s a patriotic and profitable service to help to feed the crews of the newly commissioned ships of the Canadian Naval Patrols.
Vacancies also for Stewards and boy Stewards. Apply: Commodore Aemilius Jarvis, Naval Recruiting Officer, Ontario Area, Toronto. Or to the Department of Naval Service, Ottawa.”