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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Beind rout namen ywS V K3t A fl A chateau which was shelled by the Boches after they were driven from the village by 2 A Chinese missionary reader In ft Canadian labor 3 The ruins of a very fine chateau in the Canadian lines near 4 Chinamen from Canada in France celebrating New Year 5 A Chineee barber at a Canadian labor camp at 6 Chinamen from Canada in Parties on meeting one another greet and offer New Years according to their 7 Chinese Labor Battalions celebrate New Chinamen 8 A giant of the orchard in full bloom Annapolis Valley The fisherman doing his 10 Memorial Grand N IV I EVANGELINES LAND TO HAVE A SHRINE new Mecca IB beckontag to de votees of art and Its name fa Nova Already the artists have made their pilgrimage and returned with charming pictures of Evangelines A collection of sixty work of six New York Utnown as the Nova Scotia were exhibited recent ly in New York elicited much The pioneers of Nova blazed a trail over which a brush aiid palette ladon army will follow in Reasons to They will come to paint the gentle beauty of apple bloBSoms when the great Annapolis Valley is covered with a frasrant pink and while They will come to cherry paint the rich red fruit and the happy people enjoying the Cherry n time honored They will come in autumn to transfer to canvas the mad riot of brilliant coloring with which Nature paints the woods auU hillsides and when the orchards groan beneath their heavy burdened boughs of ripened They will come at all seasons tq plntitre quaint llsherfolk and their quainter sur Tho Dominion Atlantic Railway that you around a halfcircle from Halifax to takes you through a Land of the Land of At the little station of Grand Pre you will find a wide meadow which Is socu to be transformed into a previous to stood the Roman Catholic Church of the church of the Today a massive stone cross marks the site of the old burying ground that sur rounded the church and nearby is Kvangellnes With its long The French AcaoMans have always cherished a reverence for this spot and now through the generosity of the Dominion Atlantic Railway Com pany they may call It their The railway company has purchased and will imika It Into an oldfashioned Rarilen surrounded with a rustic fenco and has deeded a porflon of the ground to the Sodetie composed of French of whom the Landry of Is Pratt The only consideration for this transfer promise of the So cletie to ft Thla they are eager to do and plans are aow under With the dedication of new large numbers of Prcnrfi Acadians from Montreal and Upper Canadian make pilgrimages to Grand similar to those yearly to de numbers will ha swelled by many others who cherish a fondness for the gentle and who will be eager to visit the scene of her story and to the ancient willows that still this storied 11 ;