Lieutenant Colonel A. Pryce-Jones
113th (Lethbridge Highlanders) Battalion
Why is it that we never hear our O.C. condemned for little things which are common in other units?
Answer: The men are just beginning to realize that he is every inch a gentleman, every fiber a soldier and above all, every ounce a man. Always ready to listen to any man’s story and just under all circumstances, he cannot but hold the respect of the men under his command.
(Lethbridge Highlander, 16 Sept 1916, 7)
Born in Newton, Wales on 26 May 1870, Albert W. Pryce-Jones was the son of Sir Pryce Pryce-Jones, a former Conservative member of the British House of Commons. He attended Cambridge University, became a noted sportsman and joined the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. He moved to Canada in 1910 and established the department store Pryce-Jones Ltd. in Calgary.