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ARRANGING FOR CANADIAN REMOUNTS. The Canadian Gazette. London, has the followiug account of a luncheon at the Savoy Hotel, at which the question of war horses ,from Canada was discussed iji a friendly ways ! - , "A mid-day party at the Savoy Hotel brought reminders of the newer intimacy of Canada and the Motherland, in pursuit. of conunou ends and in defense of common interests. There were present Sir Edward Ward, Under secretary of State for War; Brigadier-General Laudou, commanding the Army Service Corps of England; Lord Brooke; Colonel Ford, commanding the School of Instruction, Alder-shof Major Cox. assistant director of Bemonnts; Colonel Iiobbs, Director of Transport, London; John F. Ryan, National Bureau of Breeding, Canada, a body " of high national and imperial usefulness; Lieutenant-Colonel Biggar, Director Canadian Trans-iwrt and Supply; M. Scott Gritlin, European Manager Royal Steamship Lines, and others. "Much was said at the luncheon of the possibilities of useful co-operation between the Army Remount Department of the British Army and horse-breeders in every Canadian Province working through the National Bureau. Canada is destined to be a main source of supply for the British Army. "Sir Edward Ward wished the bureau success, and promised to do everything possible to help along the good work."