IN the editorial comments of Canadian newspapers during the past weeks one question stands outprominently: Is Canada to have a navy? And if so, what kind of a navy shall it be? The findings of Lord Jellicoe, who visited Canada at Canada’s invitation to consider the naval problems as they apply to this country, have been made public.
THE canoe glided silently past densely wooded shores where the pine and balsam stood impenetrably thick along the water’s edge and where at times the channel was a narrow, deep, and abysmal canyon with stars visible far above in a noonday sky.By EDITH G. BAYNE29 min
IN an orphanage in France, one hundred and forty French children are being kept by Canadian people, mostly by Canadian women. The French Government bought the house, the Canadian Red Cross and almost every Canadian women’s organization is contributing to the upkeep.By ETHEL M. CHAPMAN6 min
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