By Reformed Presbytery
Excerpt The diocese of Qu'Appelle, within the province of Saskatchewan, Western Canada, is so named from the Indian tale which tells of the maiden who lay death, calling piteously for her lover. He, far flung in his canoe at the Saskatchewan River, without notice heard a voice, and replied: "Qu'Appelle." The voice got here back, after which he knew it for that of his liked, and made all velocity to her facet. yet, unluckily! whilst he reached her she was once lifeless. Qu'Appelle is a suggestive name and indicative of the decision which such a lot of have heard from the prairie provinces, a twofold name, urging a few to earthly and a few to religious husbandry. a few account of the Western Canada of to-day should be priceless the following.
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Chad's College, which was originally built for divinity students, but as their numbers were greatly depleted by the War, St. Cuthbert's Hostel is now large enough for their needs. Unfortunately, in many cases the children's schooling depends upon the crops. Only comparatively well-to-do parents are able to send their children regularly. Before they have made their way, or when the crops fail, they have to depend upon the public schools. To help such parents several bursaries have been given, but others are needed.
We had an interesting talk on prairie trails and motoring, and the need for religious education in the day schools. He was strongly in favour of this, and expressed regret for the continual opposition to it. The Daughters of the Empire sent the editor of a Regina newspaper to interview me. She questioned me on what I had done during the War, the reason for our coming out, and the places we intended to visit. The result was an embarrassingly flattering article in the local paper, which was copied by the Saskatchewan Star.
The girls usually marry very young and have a large circle of admirers from whom to choose. Winifred Ticehurst sketched them as follows in one of her letters: "Choir girls, mortar boards and tassels, most chic; surplices and cassocks, curls each side of mortar boards . . " One of the social activities which interested me very much was the Canadian Girls in Training, organised by the Council on Girls' Work. They gave a banquet while I was in Regina, and one of the W. girls asked me to go as her "mother," it being the custom for each of them to invite a parent or some older person.
Across the Prairie in a Motor Caravan by Reformed Presbytery