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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VirTORinilS CANADIANS AT NAMUR-HIINITIUN TRAIN LEFT BY (JEHJJMJS A t metal (4) Quarries at Maniuise. (5) works of the quarry at Marqaue. (65 A Belgian lady returns to her home after the Germans had taken her to Germany tu wuia the land. She is here telling the Canadians how badly she was treated. (7) Lord Cavanagh watching hii cavalry pan through Spa, (8) Fitters at work on a car in France. .'1 Returns to Grand Pre 1) tvaageline'i Well at Grand jj) rtolrppe Hebwt'i WHAT lorer of poetrr nas not dreamed of visiting the places i mad! Immortal In song? Ana what song has rouwd this longing more Intensely 'ban the story of the gentle Acadlans and their Great Ban- ishment? Many hare realized tola amoltion.fer Nora Scotia is eisy to reach and each succeeding summer tea more hundreds making the pit- I "The Acadiaa land, on Hie shores 01 the Baals of Mints, Distant, secluded, still, the little Til lage of Grand Pre.' There they nod the meadows, dike: ind orcntrta of which Longfellow aad they try to retrace the i action of the poem or uslns as ilde the still remalnlnt well whit the poet described as 'Tarther dewn, on the sloiie of tUVwM tbe weU nlth Itt Nova grown uciet, fastened with Iron. neat It a trough for the horsea." The piece of eisuna at Grand Pre n which is tbe well of Evangellne, U> gether with the old willows, h" wught by the Dominion Atlantic Hall tor the nnrposo of prewiring It or posterity. Before he died Hit yeV. Hebert, tho greatest of French-Cana- dian sculptors, was engaged on olatoe reprcssntlng Evanjettii' Ing tho land of Ur chlWhood and back In sorrow. Htbtit was himself Acadian although a perfectly happy exile In Montreal, entered Into tbs spirit of the poem no other sculptor could. model of his statue has teen by the who bate' coramifr sloiied Phllipco's son, Henri Htbert, auk> a aliyucoliied Kulptor, I {YCtivan tl. X pltte It, life la tronie to rtcted beside the fanioua well Thus will be one more at- ruction to a land foil of attractions for artists, of romance and matter-of-fact sporUroen. The artists end an Inexhaustible supply of sub- lets ranging from many-mile long vletae of apple nlocsoms to uncouth bnl nleturesnue ftsherfolki the llcally Incllneil find land of legendj and aleepy beauty; the sportsmen find fishlns and hunting such as Is seldOM yj ;