Dr. Grenfell's Lecture.
Dr. Wilfred Grenfell of the Hospital Ship, "Strathcona," spoke last evening in Sanders Theatre on "Labrador Life on the Atlantic Seaboard." He told of the topographical and scenic characteristics of the Labrador region and of the peculiar conditions of life existing there. Among the fishermen and the natives on the barren coast, the Royal Mission to Deep-Sea Fishermen, under whose direction Dr. Grenfell's hospital ship is conducted, has for many years been doing a very successful work.
The lecturer showed a large number of lantern slides, made for the most part from photographs which he had taken himself, which illustrated the physical features of the country and the various phases of his medical work among the people.