Mr. J. H. BLACKMORE (Lethbridge):
Mr. Speaker, to-day is a day of buoyant rejoicing from one end to the other of the
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Anglo-Saxon world. I think it is fitting, too, that this day we should offer solemn thanksgiving to the divine Providence that guided us during the dark days through which we have passed, and which saw fit to place at the head of our affairs during this crisis these two great and good men. I think also it would be becoming that in most sincere humility we should pray to that great divine Leader to bring us through the darker days that perhaps lie ahead, that we may arrive safely; and that when we shall have arrived we may prove ourselves in every way worthy of the victory which I feel sure will be ours.
Subtopic: MESSAGES TO MR. CHURCHILL ON RECOVERY FROM ILLNESS AND MR. ROOSEVELT ON TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF FIRST INAUGURATION AS PRESIDENT