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tery, very far from the land of their birth. J. Cyril Malone was born at Inglewood, near Toronto, in 1896. His father was E. J. Malone, and his mother, Mary Vallace, both of the purest Irish stock, although born in Canada. The father of Cyril Malone, whilst a young man, visited Regina in the early eighties, but, finding conditions then rather hard and repellant, after spending some months in the West, returned to Ontario, where he settled down, on a farm, married and raised a sturdy young brood. In 1910, however, he sold out in the East and, following the footsteps of several brothers, moved to Regina where he bought a fine farm four miles north on Winnipeg Street. Although only thirteen years old at that time, Cyril Malone, had passed the high school entrance at Streetsville, Ont.;, before leaving the East, and on arrival in Regina went at once to the Collegiate. He studied there until 1913, when he left school to join an uncle in mercantile business in Edmonton. He remained in Alberta for eight months and then returned to Regina, where he was articled in law. When the war came he interrupted his studies to enlist, and went overseas in 1916 with the Canadian Field Artillery. He was for nine months instructor in the Canadian school of gunnery at Shorncliffe, and went to France in the autumn of 1916. He was in most of the important engagements from the Somme to Armistice; with the army of occupation in Germany, stationed at Bonn. He was wounded on two occasions, and once seriously gassed near Lens. Besides himself three brothers were serving in the theatre of war, all in the air service. The splendid patriotic services of the members of this Irish-Canadian family are worthy of more than passing notice, and it is unfortunate that there is no scope for a more complete record in a work of this nature. The oldest brother, Lieut. Jack Malone, of the Royal Naval Air Service, was a very distinguished officer of that branch. He was at one time the ace of the corps and was the fighting partner of Colleshaw, the famous B.C. airman. He

 

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