Albert Joseph Hoare has multiple attestation papers and lists a different occupation on each one.
He first enlisted in Edmonton in November 1914 at the age of 43 (born February 25, 1871) and indicated that he was a Decorator. He also indicated no previous military service.
Hospital records indicate that in 1915 Hoare was diagnosed with both a femoral hernia (the result of being thrown from a horse in England) and hemorrhoids.
He enlisted in Calgary in April 1916. This time he makes himself 2 years younger by listing his birth date as February 25 1873. He also changes his occupation to Paper hanger, and lists previous military service, specifically 2 years with the 48th Northhamptonshire Regiment and 1 year 4 months with the 31st Overseas Battalion of the CEF.
He was discharged in February 1917
He enlisted again in January of 1918 again in Calgary. This time he notes that he was cook, and indicates previous service with the 31st Overseas Battalion of the CEF. He notes that he had been discharged from the military due to the Age Limit, and makes himself a year older this time around by listing his birth date as February 25, 1872.
The occupation line on both George Stanley Milligan's and Jack Smith's attestation papers is illegible to me. This itself is not unusual, but it's interesting because both documents were filled out by the same person. Both Milligan (Trail) and Smith (Nelson) list an address in Northern BC, both men enlisted on May 18, 1916 and both men have the same witness on their attestation papers.
One entry for Farmer? But it applies to four people:
Three are farmers (William Henry Coats, James Allen Strong, Joseph R. Tomlinson) and the fourth is illegible (Thomas Edgar. Possibly Farmer or Turner? LAC: 372045)
Single category “unclear” applies to two people: William Francis Campbell (Machinist) and Frederic Aloysius Chester (Chief Clerk)
Changed Collector, 33990 to Other Bookkeepers, Cashiers and Related Workers, 33990 as per HISCO: “This group includes bookkeepers, cashiers and other related workers not elsewhere classified, for example those collecting rents or hire purchase payments; keeping records of times of arrival and departure of workers; changing currency units of large denominations into smaller units.” (Timekeeper and Collector both link here)