Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
_ _ _ OFEABROAD. Jv THOSE RETURNING .x. "v 'J..1 V. IritM tea fr The .'Watch ou Llic Rhine. The Motor Launch Patrol passing tinder the Hohenzallcrn Bridge, at Cologne. (2) At our. Barrier on the Dus- Road. Great is taken against smuggling, especially as wo- men try to smuggle the strikers. All trains have to stop outside each barrier for examina- tion: N (3) 4th Division, 'Canadian In- spection.; King'Albert witnessing march past of the 12th Brigade, at i -j Pemobilizejiimefi are :taken from Cologne down the Rhincxto Rotterdam-dealing arms. (5) British Troops in occupation of the Dardanelles Forts. (6) GuafHing..against smuggling one of our searchlights on the bank of the Rhine' and Machine Gun bring boats iii for examination.' Back to trie Hbmelarid 1" ?h V s t I _ js; tafees It pleasant to be f hom6. homo from the or the office, a baseball game or the threat re, a party or a It 19 nice to be 50 Ins borne from any- where, lor home I'-an any- cist. At home urp peel the men, wolricn ariil children vho arc lo ua, and to whom we are lha dearest, TLo homo como.ua wJlb emllca and laughter and with rtjolzlng words Even the friendly old dog greets .'us wUh paw fehakca and barlo a Ereellng. K we tare a rich Lome It sccrr.s -to us the most luiurloua In the frorld, and If It la a humble hom.C it Is rich In our eyca, And the longer we arc away from homo and llio fariher we eo lite napplcr w? are lo return, fho exile vls Jiappleal o( all Iho pit tearlh- Many thousands at Canadian fiol dlcra have been In land during (he relent war; Eome ol them iave been absent for over four years. You would need to be one of them ow Qre r e ship o apluro experience Home On The Empress .of Eagcr.to Sec Native Land t. j------.-.---------.---------------. iicc; 'ho .la for a elgn he has Icon [olii !fl on the ft fllgn .to Assure blm Lhat Canada (a awaiting Ins lo tikMiltn In her mother nrm.i and smboth the a.cho of years ofr reparation. Presently hlB filco blfl to nbld ft slonato fire, "ti's there, boysl" he "It's ;lent there on the .iced! Welcome Immediately Ihe alrr 'with suspcnao hc- coincs Jlebtcmd, ficCB are brighter, fimflefl radlato. faces of these p on which they sail ap- proaches their nallro EOlFk) Here arc i few of the Imprcsslona.pf A. 0. D. II., on a ol a Dumhcr-of who rece'ndy arrived at Quebec on .rfne of the Canadian Pacific ocean liners: The of thczc reluming arc very sore, but their hcarta ard their llmb.i are full of weariness, but their sou Li arc fiong; the moving finger and onvanrt they who II lo write thc'iford "Mherty" upon tlio scrojl of Uie history laugh and for- gcl tho years as ytfur handiwork upon this olu abed, "Welcome Home." Mjr iicari.Einga as I write. A man on Ihe vcucl fa looking through A pair of blnacufar.q as the fih Ip approaches; ft tense faporncs d_raff8_ linei anjlcly la his .al cheer, and 'a then there is a of convcrfiatloo. I u There la a Eboul, ''Jfomc It la they're thero )VcIcome home! And some one iayfl! "took Rmoke. -Kvcrythliiff'fe bigger In Can- Is even more and hlacXcr eiTioka from the old You who rfcicl, If you 'covild see iIowi.i.deipJnt9.l would just how much Ibis homecoming them. Their hearts are their arms nVe out lo you, their" hoslrlls distend (o calch the oilor of their eyes ire boring boles fn and In the thai nolsr locomotive Ihcy conjure up i picture of you, their mothers arid, toi ydil, their their swcel- hcarta and their wives; can't you Ihem standing at- the door, fCfl their strong arms around you, thetr upon your lips, and hear barely algb of conler.l- InenL "At agalnf'V "JIow happy you inilsl be, ard proud to have them horhc again, Hold iftem.llghUr'antl vlry- to' mako up for these hard Mltcr will assuredly .work ibclr iMnidst to compensate you for years of equally blllcr and agonizing prayer.