Article in Portage la Prairie Newspaper
Letters from Robert Borden, Prime Minister of Canada and Arthur Meighen, Solicitor General of Canada (and future two-time Prime Minister himself). At the time, their was significant confusion with J. Peden being wounded (John) and J. Peden killed in action (James) - on the same day in the same battle. In letters home, Jock reported being wounded and seeing Jim make it to the German trenches and assumed he was okay. One more son of David Peden - his oldest son David - was to die before the war ended.
Page from 1916 Book of Remembrance