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law to the firm he afterwards was so long associated with, Brown and Wylie, both members of which were subsequently elevated to the bench. After being called to the bar, joined the firm under the company name of Brown, Wylie & Mundell, afterwards Brown, Wylie, Mundell & Proctor. Joined the Canadian Militia, 16th Sask. Light Horse, three years commanding A Troop. On the outbreak of the European war, Mr. Mundell joined the C.E.F. August 5, 1914, with the rank of lieutenant, proceeding overseas with the 5th Saskatchewan Battalion. Was engaged in the second Battle of Ypres, severely wounded at the Battle of Festubert (dying of wounds in No.1 C.C.S., two days later). Is buried in the Military Cemetery of Choquis. Lieutenant Mundell has been made a bencher of the Law Society and was the youngest man in Saskatchewan to be elevated to that position. Was a member of the Masonic fraternity, a keen sportsman, curler; played cricket and tennis; an ardent lover of horses; a lover of music and a clever amateur. Members of the old 5th Batt. Mess will always recall the nights and mess dinners when Lieutenant Mundell's playing was a feature of the programmes that made the long winter on Salisbury Plain less monotonous. This is a tribute and memorial to a very gallant gentleman, whose memory will long live as an inspiration to the future generations of Moosomin.

 

MCCALLUM: E. A. McCallum, Hill & Company, Scarth Street, Regina, Sask. In the early days of the present century Regina had few friends. It was the capital of the North-west Territories and a few miles out on the prairie were the headquarters barracks of the Mounted Police, but that was about all. The mud of its streets, which clung like glue to wagon wheels and human members, was a curse; its patent fecundity was not yet realized; sanitation there was none; even the water was a scourge to unaccustomed drinkers, and there was a typhoid epidemic each fall.

 

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