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, faraway in his canoe at the Saskatchewan River, without warning heard a voice, and responded: "Qu'Appelle." The voice got here back, after which he knew it for that of his liked, and made all pace to her part. yet, regrettably! whilst he reached her she used to be 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 non secular husbandry. a few account of the Western Canada of to-day could be worthwhile the following.
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PREPARATIONS AND DEPARTURE III. A. AND CANADA IV. LIFE IN A LITTLE PRAIRIE TOWN V. IN REGINA VI. THE MOTOR CARAVAN VII. THE PRAIRIE TRAILS VIII. FROM WINNIPEG TO REGINA IX. SANDSTORMS AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS X. ADVENTURES AND MISADVENTURES XI. SOME ASPECTS OF PRAIRIE LIFE XII. MISSIONS AND MUD HOLES XIII. FURTHER PRAIRIE SKETCHES XIV. A CAMPING TRIP IN THE ROCKIES XV. ON THE RETURN JOURNEY XVI. AMONG THE PRAIRIE FARMS XVII. BACK TO REGINA XVIII. AN INDIAN RESERVE XIX. HEADED FOR HOME XX. SOME PRESENT-DAY NEEDS OF THE PRAIRIE APPENDIX CHAPTER I THE CALL OF THE PRAIRIE The diocese of Qu'Appelle, in the province of Saskatchewan, Western Canada, is so named from the Indian story which tells of the maiden who lay dying, calling piteously for her lover.
The person using them could switch on to the desired number without calling up through the Exchange. It was a five hours' journey to Kenaston, which is a typical prairie town--just a wide earth road, with wooden side-walks, and bordered on either side by wooden shacks. Even in Regina all but the main streets are of this unpaved earth, and when the snow is melting or after heavy rain this earth turns into thick and sticky mud (called "gumbo"), which cakes on your boots in lumps of incredible hardness, so that you often find yourself walking with one foot higher than the other.
But these men have already realised that man cannot live by bread alone. Close to nature, man feels the presence of God. The wide sweep of the prairie, enamelled with a thousand flowers or gilded with the ripened corn; the vast dome of the sky; the glorious sunsets and awful storms--all make men conscious of the power and might and majesty of the Supreme Being. So that beneath the feverish search for wealth there is a deep, if unrealised, thirst for the things of God. But many of these sheep have been for years without a shepherd, and such knowledge of religion as they once possessed has been choked by the cares of this world; and their children--the men and women of the future on whom so much depends--are growing up in many places without any religious teaching at all.